Even though Rev Nirankari Rajmata Kulwant Kaur Ji arrived UK on August 17, 2011, she was attending various congregations and other functions along with His Holiness Baba Hardev Singh Ji Maharaj and Pujya Mata Sawinder Ji. The Holy Couple left UK for Canada on August 24. Thereafter, Nirankari Rajmata Ji visited Leamington, where devotees led by Rev Bhupinder Anand extended a warm welcome.

On August 25 Rev Rajmata Ji visited Coventry, while she blessed Northampton, in the same area on August 26. Thereafter, she proceeded to Bradford on August 27. As she was visiting the place after a long gap of four years, the devotees welcomed her with a great spirit of joy. Addressing the devotees here, Rev Nirankari Rajmata Ji said, “It is a sign of great fortune to meet saints. Man doesn’t gain anything without their grace. That is why fortunate are those who participate in a congregation. In fact, it is a beautiful family blessed to us by Satguru. In hardship we seek the shelter here only. A devotee is a devotee because he always talks about saints and their teachings even in the family. No wonder, devotees lead a blissful life.”

On Sunday, Rev Nirankari Rajmata Ji addressed a huge Samagam in Leeds, an important town of Yorkshire. She recalled that a great Samagam was held here during the days of Baba Gurbachan Singh Ji also. Even though the Samagam was to begin at 11:00 a.m., the devotees had started pouring in from 9:00 a.m. onwards. They were served with breakfast.

During the Samagam the audience listened to several saints from India including Rev Joginder Kaur Ji, Member Incharge, Prachar Vibhag, Rev Sukhdev Singh Ji from Amritsar and Rev Parnita Ji from Delhi. In addition, several other saints also shared the message of the Mission.

Addressing the Samagam, Rev Nirankari Rajmata Ji stated, “Only a spiritually enlightened person can shower real love on others. No doubt, everybody in the world talks about love, but Satguru teaches the art of loving in practical life. Devotees share only good qualities with each other. Each considers the other as more learned and wiser. That is why he or she is always keen to learn from others. Devotion does not mean cleverness, it is love. That is why neither Satguru nor his devotees are identified with caste or any such other considerations. It is love that knits all the members of the congregation together. Naturally, those who have faith in Satguru are always glorified.”

After the Samagam Rev Nirankari Rajmata Ji blessed several families in and then proceeded towards Birmingham.