Radhe Maa is again in the news, but this time she is not here for any recent controversy. She is trending because she is one of the contestants who is supposed to enter the Bigg Boss house tonight. We have listed below 10 facts that will tell you almost everything about Radhe Maa. Let us dive right into it.
1. Self-proclaimed Rahe Maa is a Mumbai based spiritual leader, but she does not belong to Mumbai. She was born in the Gurdaspur district of Punjab, and her real name is Sukhvinder Kaur.
2. She has studied till 10th standard, and at the age of 17, she got married to Mohan Singh. She even has two sons with him.
3. To support her family’s financial problems, she worked as a tailer in her town. It’s when her husband Mohan Singh went to Qutar for better work opportunities, its then she chose the path of spirituality.
4. At the age of 23, she became a disciple of Mahant Ram Deen Das of 1008 Paramhans Bagh Dera Mukerian in Hoshiarpur district.
5. It’s said that Mahant Raam is the person who gave her the name of Radhe Maa.
6. According to an NDTV report, her followers believe that she is an avatar of Goddess Durga. She is hardly seen without gold and red attire in public. Although a few years ago, in some viral photos, she is seen wearing jeans and mini skirts. Not only that, she lets her followers hug her or kiss her.
7. The closest followers of Radhe Maa are ‘Chhoti Maa’ and ‘Talli Baba’. According to her official website, Chhoti Maa was given divine powers by her mentor. While Talli Baba is the go-to man for Radhe Maa’s events calendar.
8. She shifted to Mumbai after she met her student Man Mohan Gupta, the owner of the famous MM Mithaiwala.
9. Her first controversy that came to light was the one where a 32-year-old woman filed a complaint against her stating that she ordered her husband’s family to torture her for dowry. Mumbai Police summoned her for the same but later on declared her abscond.
10. Another controversy that made it to the headlines was the one where people in kutch claimed that Radhe maa demanded a heavy donation from a family in exchange for her services. In the complaint, she was held responsible for the suicide of seven family members in Kutch, Gujarat.