Rev Kiran Ahuja Ji Passes Away

Rev Kiran Ahuja Ji Passes Away

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This is to report with deep sense of sorrow that Rev Kiran Ahuja Ji, esteemed husband of Holy sister Mohini Ahuja Ji, Zonal Incharge Telangana and Andhra Pradesh, passed into his eternal abode on Friday, November 24, 2017 at 10.00 am. The end came at his residence in Hyderabad after a prolonged illness of about one year. He was 64. Satguru Mata Savinder Hardev Ji Maharaj specially flew from Delhi to Hyderabad and blessed the family.

The cremation took place on Sunday, November 26. The body was placed in Sant Nirankari Satsang Bhawan, Khairatabad, Hyderabad at 11.00 a.m. and Sadh Sangat continued to have the last Darshan and pay their regards to Kiran Ahuja Ji till 3.00 p.m. Thereafter, the body was taken to the cremation ground with full honour, with Sewadal and its band leading the last journey. Holy Daughters Samta Ji, Renuka Ji and Holy Sister Naranjan Ji offered shawl on behalf of Satguru Mata Ji. Saints from America, UK, Middle East, Australia and several parts of India placed wreaths on the body.

A special congregation was held on Monday to pay tributes to Kiran Ahuja Ji and take inspiration from his life led by humility, simplicity, devotion and Gurmat. Those who paid tributes included Rev Gobind Singh Ji, Chairman CPAB, Rev Dev Raj Bajaj, Vice-President, Sant Nirankari Mandal, Rev Raj Vasdev Singh Ji, Member Incharge, Prachar Vibhag and Rev Narinder Singh ‘Mamaji’, Member Incharge, Transport all from Delhi and Shri H.S. Chawla Ji, Zonal Incharge, Ludhiana. The holy family was represented by Holy Sister Naranjan Ji and Rev Sukhdev Ji from Amritsar, Holy Sister Bindiya Chhabra Ji and Rami Chhabra Ji and Holy Daughters Samta Ji and Renuka Ji, from Delhi.

Presiding over the congregation Rev HS Upashak Ji from UK said that on such an occasion, let us all realise that the end in physical form has to come for everyone who is born. It is therefore, necessary that we should fulfil the objective of human life while there is still time. Let us know God and be familiar with our eternal abode, he said, because one doesn’t know when the end may approach.

Rev Kiran Ahuja Ji was born on July 26, 1953 in the family of Rev Jagat Ram Ahuja Ji who was Zonal Incharge, Andhra Pradesh till his last breath, and Mata Mainawanti Ahuja Ji. Kiran Ji inherited the Mission from his parents. He received Brahmgyan at early age of 8 from Rev Bau Mahadev Singh Ji. He remained an active participant in all activities of Mission under the guidance of his esteemed father. His contribution towards the construction of Sant Nirankari Satsang Bhawan in Hyderabad will always be remembered by Sadh Sangat.

Rev Kiran Ji was married to Holy Sister Mohini Ji on November 19, 1976. They have three sons. Rev Kiran Ji’s two brothers, three sisters and all other members of the family are devout followers of the Mission.

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