The story of the late spiritual leader Harbhajan Singh Khalsa has an aura of myth.

Known as Yogi Bhajan or Siri Singh Sahib among his devotees, he was credited with introducing kundalini yoga and the Sikh religion to the Western world when he arrived in the U.S. from his native India in the late 1960s.

He initially established headquarters in Los Angeles, where he launched what would become a vast network of for-profit and nonprofit enterprises and was elevated to celebrity status by hippies hungry for enlightenment in the Age of Aquarius.

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