Wikidpedia: an encyclopedia of Babadumb. The Three Rings.

The Three Rings is perhaps the most distinguishing feature of the Jai Ho Club. The wearing of the rings represents admission into the close sahavas of Chairman Bao, and was a common practice for those who wished to cultivate a relationship with him and the Hindu gods, Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh represented by the rings. Chairman Bao would intone their names as he would tap the respective ring on the hands of his devotees. In special cases, the wearing of the rings represents the reception of a lineage transmission, such as is the case with the second Patriarch of the Mahasiddhic Maitreya Buddha lineage, (the first Patriarch having been the Chairman himself).

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