Mamma had many virtues and as the devotees worship 9 forms of goddess, mamma indeed had all the 9 powers imbibed naturally which she used for upliftment of other souls.
SARASWATI – Goddess of Knowledge – Mama listened to the Knowledge (murli) from Shiv Baba andimbibed it and played the Sitar of Knowledge, and inspired everyone through her own inculcation (dharna), and brought realization to all.
JAGADAMBA – Goddess of Fulfilment – giving love and bestowing eternal blessing of peace and happiness.
DURGA – Goddess of Shakti – who takes power from Shiva and removes all weaknesses (durgunn) within the self, and also helps to remove weaknesses of others.
KALI – Goddess of Fearlessness – who is fearless and courageous and destroys all negativity,
evil and devilish personality traits.
GAYATRI – Goddess of Auspicious Omens – Mama gave importance to the elevated versions
spoken by Shiv Baba and used each version as a mantra and this is why there is
importance of Gayatri mantra, which works like magic to remove all bad omens.
VAISHNAV – Goddess of Purity – who radiates light of purity and empowers all to become divine through pure vision, pure thoughts, pure words and deeds.
UMA – Goddess of Enthusiasm – who brings hope, zeal and enthusiasm (umang/utsaha).
SANTOSHI – Goddess of Contentment – The one who brings a feeling of deep contentment.
LAXMI – Goddess of Wealth – The one who bestows upon souls the unlimited Wealth of spiritual knowledge and virtues.
Mamma’s personality for very powerful. Mamma would look at you and not saying a word, you will understand. Such a spiritual stage was achieved. There was magical force in her words. Mamma’s words had changed lives and inspired to become great. Mamma became right hand in service with Prajapita Brahma baba. During services across country, Mamma’s voice was recorded. Do you wish to listen her Murli? Here it is. After continuous 28 years of effort making and churning of knowledge, Mamma became complete on in June 1965 and flew to God to be his right hand in World Transformation. Brahmans yet remember the life of Mamma, her virtues, words, and actions (karma) and take inspiration.