Salvation Tour by Her Holiness
Satguru Mata Sudiksha Ji Maharaj

States of Uttarakhand and Haryana: September 30, 2018 onwards
Mussoorie, Uttarakhand: October 02, 2018

On October 2, 2018, a special congregation was organized at the Sant Nirankari Satsang Bhawan, Baba Hardev Singh Marg, Mussoorie. Addressing the gathering, Satguru Mata Sudiksha Ji said:

“Saints, no doubt I have been visiting Mussorie in summer every year and ever since I am grown up, there was hardly any year when I didn’t visit Mussorie. Even this time, Mata Savinder Ji was very keen to visit Mussoorie, but due to her ill health, it didn’t work out. Now I thought that before the Samagam in November, I have some time at hand, so, I must visit Mussoorie for 2 weeks and Shri Harbhajan Singh Ji has also been requesting regularly that many saints want to come, but only when you are there. Keeping all this in mind, I planned to visit Mussoorie for 2 weeks.

As I can see, many elders, senior citizens and residents of Mussoorie have also come here today. I welcome all of them. Since long, over the years, all have given us so much support. Mention was made about the roots of the Mission. Many important administrative decisions were taken here. They include simple marriages, prohibition and several changes in organizational set up.

I am also witnessing boundless enthusiasm in all of you in this congregation. In spite of being a weekday, many have come from far-flung hilly areas. Some might have been required to take leave. Still, to be in audience here and contribute in the congregation, you have put aside other priorities. And you all have assembled here giving prime importance to Satsang. May Nirankar bless you with good physical health. May you participate enthusiastically in your social, family and other important activities, and also in Sewa and Sumiran.

We have been told to do Sumiran each moment to remain in God-consciousness – ‘Tu Hi Nirankar, Main Teri Sharan Han, Mainoo Bakhsh Lao!’ However, these are not mere words. Neither it’s merely to seek forgiveness for our mistakes. These words carry an essence of our thoughts and feelings. But if we are merely reciting them as words, we will certainly gain nothing, if we are not connected mentally with Nirankar and then seek forgiveness for our omissions. If we address Nirankar without putting our mind into it, those words will remain mere words.

The same is true about Sewa. In our life, it may be at home, in community or at work place, or do Sewa while in uniform in the congregation, or we conduct the stage or address the congregation, or attend congregation sitting orderly, all this is a big Sewa. May Nirankar bless you to continue to take interest in Sewa, Sumiran and Satsang.”