Mallinatha, the famous commentator of Sanskrit texts says, that 'Kalusha' means 'incompetence', weakness' etc,. and also 'defect' and 'fault'. Vidoora means 'far from'. So, this name indicates that Baba is devoid of defects and deficiencies. He is all competent, all strong. He is all knowing, all powerful.
His will has to work out its effect, irrespective of all obstacles. 'My Sankalpa must bear fruit', Baba says. 'I never do a significanceless act or speak a word that has no significant import', says Baba. Baba is perfect in all respects. He is all-powerful. He can by His will accomplish anything, but He prefers as much as possible, as He says, 'to get things done by you, through your own trained and purified wills and skills'.
How can defects and deficiencies contaminate the full and free? Baba has come to cure the defects of those who propose to lead men Godward; to correct the wrongs committed in God's name, that distract, disturb and deviate man from the pilgrimage to God; to wipe off all trace of bigotry, fanaticism, hatred, envy and malice from the hearts of all men, so that they may recognize all as fellow-pilgrims to the same goal.