Who is the First, Second, Third and Fourth Creator Of Radha Soami Dera Beas

 Radha Soami to all sangat ji

Radha Soami dera beas or RSSB was founded by Baba Jaimal Singh Ji

Baba Jaimal Singh (1839–1903), popularly called "Baba Ji Maharaj", was a Punjabi who became a disciple of Soami Shiv Dayal (the Sant Mat saint of Agra and founder of the Radha Soami spiritual movement). He served as a soldier (sepoy) in the British Indian Army attaining the rank of Havildar. After retirement he settled in a desolate and isolated spot outside the town of Beas (in undivided Punjab, now east Punjab) and became a spiritual teacher. The place came to be called Dera Baba Jaimal Singh, and is now the world centre of the Radha Soami Satsang Beas organization.
Baba Jaimal Singh was the first chief of Radha Soami Satsang Beas until his death in 1903. Baba Jaimal Singh granted his Will to Baba Sawan Singh and ordered him to succeed as the second RSSB Chief.
Baba Sawan Singh Grewal (1858–1948), also known as "The Great Master" or "Bade Maharaji", was an Indian Saint. He was the second Satguru of Radha Soami Satsang Beas (RSSB) from the death of Baba Jaimal Singh in 1903 until his own death on April 2, 1948.
Before he died, he granted his Will to Sardar Bahadur Jagat Singh and appointed him as his spiritual successor.

Hazur Maharaj Sawan Singh Grewal was born into a Sikh family on 27 July 1858 in village Jatala, District Ludhiana. His father was Subedar Major Kabul Singh and his mother was Mata Jiwani. He was married to Mata Kishan Kaur and together they had three children. He passed Engineering from Thomason College, Roorkee and joined the Military Engineering Service.
Sardar Bahadur Jagat Singh (1884-1951), called Sardar Bahadur Jagat Singh, was a college chemistry professor, a disciple of Hazur Maharaj Sawan Singh, and finally the third Master of Radha Soami Satsang Beas. Remembered as quiet, inconspicuous, and unassuming, he was called "the perfect disciple."

Sardar Bahadur Jagat Singh Klair was born on 20 July 1884 at Nussi, a small village not very far from Beas in the Punjab, India. He received his education in the Mission School at Jalandhar and later took his M.Sc. degree in Chemistry. He joined the Punjab Agricultural College, Lyallpur, in 1911 as Assistant Professor of Chemistry and retired as Vice Principal of the institution in 1943 receiving the title Sardar Bahadur for his meritorious service.
Sant Charan Singh Ji Grewal (1916–1990), Satguru and head of Radha Soami Satsang Beas, was named successor in 1951 by Sardar Bahadur Jagat Singh Ji. He served the Beas sangat for almost four decades, until his death in 1990 at the age of 73. Before his appointment he practiced law in Hisar and Sirsa, India. He was an initiate of Baba Sawan Singh, his paternal grandfather and predecessor of Sardar Bahadur Jagat Singh. Charan Singh Ji Maharaj assigned the duties of successor and guru to Baba Gurinder Singh Dhillon, his initiate and nephew. 


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