Guru Ke Naam Pe Mit Jaane Vaale Aur Hote Hai (गुरु के नाम पे मिट जाने वाले और होते है) (Nagli Bhajan) (Voice : Hindi)
Sri Swami Swarupanand ji Maharaj (1 February 1884 – 9 April 1936) was an Indian guru of the Advait Mat lineage. He was also known as "Second Master", as "Param Sant Ji" or "Second Guru", as Sri Nangli Sahib and as Swami Shri Nangli Niwasi Bhagwaan Ji.
Born in village Teri in Kohat district, India (now in Pakistan), the young Beli Ram was initiated into the sanyasas in the early 1900s in Teri by Advaitanand Ji who named him Swarupanand Ji.
His another disciple "Shri Swami Ramanand Satyarthi Ji Maharaj" went on to establish "Paramhans Satyarthi Mission". Under the guidance of Shri. Nangli Niwasi Bhagwan ji (Shri Shri 1008 Swami Swarupanand ji Maharaj), he attained supreme Self-Realization and vowed to publicize the knowledge of "Satya" for the welfare of humankind.
A faqir has no particular religion: he is common to all. Wherever I go there will be no dearth of devotees, as I belong to all, and all belong to me.