Mahan means 'The Great One'
This quote is written on a plaque in the Nityananda Temple in Ganeshpuri:
Those who are absorbed in meditation on the Guru are always absorbed in knowledge of Brahman [God]. Whether they are yogis, or renunciants, or pleasure seekers, they are undoubtedly liberated.
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