Dhirananda renounced his Swami title and became a professor of encephlamology at the University of Michigan. He was a pioneer of cerebral research. Later he married and had two children. His son, Vanu Bagchi, reportedly said "That's what repulsed him about his dear friend Yogananda. The impression he left with us was that Yogananda was screwing everything in sight."
Nerode sued Yogananda for $500,000 dollars based on a claim that they had a verbal business agreement. At the time Yogananda did not cooperate with authorities and they had difficulty serving the subpoena. Nerode had no papers to prove he was a partner so the courts found for Yogananda in the financial case.
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