Salvation Tour by Satguru Mata Sudiksha Ji Maharaj
From February 29, 2020 onwards
Kapurthala, Punjab: March 08, 2020
Satguru Mata Sudiksha Ji Maharaj with Her esteemed spouse Rev. Ramit Chandna Ji and the entourage reached the city of Kapurthala, Punjab. The history of the Mission from this city talks high of the devotion and dedication of Bhapa Ramchand Ji.
A Satsang programme was scheduled in the open grounds but, due to certain reasons had to be shifted to other venue.
In Her holy discourse Satguru Mata Ji said:
“As you all know, due to certain reasons there has been a change in the Satsang programme which was to be held in the grounds today. It was coming to my mind that with the Divine Grace, I got three opportunities to see you all instead of one Satsang programme. The soil of Kapurthala will always be a reminiscence of the devotion of Bhapa Ramchand ji and all of you who are walking on the same path; they are a living symbol of his persona. May you all experience the same adoration and dedication in life, as exemplified by saints always. With the Divine Grace may you all dedicate yourself to the three aspects of spirituality; selfless service (Sewa), company of saints (Satsang) and remembrance of God (Simran) with firm resolve. The responsibility of displaying the saintly qualities should also be recognized because after the experience of the Divine Knowledge (Brahmgyan), it is natural to imbibe such holy values in our behavior and alongside tread cautiously.
May all be suffused with righteousness and God like characteristics. Let there be strong faith and devotion for the Almighty in everybody’s spiritual life. With these words I take your leave. Many known personnels must have been invited to attend the Satsang today but, now with the Divine Grace, we shall meet them in the open grounds, as desired by everyone. May Almighty (Nirankar) bless everyone with all the happiness of body, mind and soul. In case anyone is facing challenging moments in life; may he brave through the rough situations with total surrender, trust and faith in God (Nirankar).”