The meditative path is the real essence of spiritual tradition of India. Some prominent names among those who took to this path are those of Saint Kabir Das, Guru Nanak, and Maluk Das. These luminaries could attain to the state of transcendence where they no longer had to spin around God, but God, Himself, reached out to spin around them. This philosophy is in fact the richer and truer finding of India and seems only now to be gaining recognition not only in the country of origin, but the world over.

In the lineage of prophets, Saint Maluk Das had spread the message of God and attained great spiritual heights. He was born towards the end of Emperor Akbar's reign in 1574 AD. The historian, H.H. Wilson has mentioned that his death took place during Aurangzeb's reign in 1682 AD, a life span of 108 years. W. Cooks, in his book "Tribes and Castes", has mentioned about Maluk Das. It emerges from the writings that Saint Maluk Das was an extremely attained person with an exceptionally large following comprising both Hindus and Muslims. A number of miraculous tales connected with him are famous.

An orthodox Mughal ruler like Emperor Aurangzeb, who strictly opposed religions other than Islam, was extremely impressed with the Saint's charismatic personality and gave away two villages near Dae to him. The writ was kept in tact by all the rulers who followed Aurangzeb. The writs given by later Nawabs, like Nawab Siraj-ud-daulla, are preserved to date. The main Gaddi (seat) of Maluk Das is at Kada, a city that flourished as a center of trade for Northern India during the rule of the Afghan/Mughal kings. Later it developed as a ground for many saints and Sufis who spent their life in deep contemplation and meditation, beside the Ganges River. A number of other Gaddis were also established by him in India and in Nepal and Kabul.

Maluk Das had a number of Muslims among his disciples and one of his main disciples was Fateh Khan, whom Maluk Das re-named as "Mir Madhev" by taking the word "Mir" from the Muslims and "Madhev" form the Hindus. His tomb or "samadhi" is beside the samadhi of Maluk Das in Kada. This is a pilgrimage spot for all humanity. People of all communities visit the place. With the passage of time the place had been reduced to ruins. However, the present day successor of Saint Maluk Das, Swami Yogiraj Nanak, has retrieved it and renovated it with his personal efforts. At present, one can see the places used by Saint Maluk Das for meditation, his birth and living place, the samadhi of Maluk Das and his successor Baba Ram Snehe and disciple Mir Madhev amidst a garden and the marble statue of the Saint. Swami Yogiraj Nanak started a medical dispensary in Kada for the poor local population. At this sacred shrine and locale one continues to experience the holy vibration and radiance of yesteryears in its luminous magnitude and grace.