Sant Nirankari Mission Reaches out to Algeria

Sant Nirankari Mission Reaches out to Algeria

With the blessings of Satguru Mata Sudiksha Ji Maharaj, Algeria hosted its first congregation of the Sant Nirankari Mission on Friday, September 28, 2018. With this, Algeria became the 8th country in African Continent and 59th in the world outside India, where the Mission has either regular branches or is holding regular congregations. The holy discourses by Baba Hardev Singh Ji telecast over Zee TV International are, however, taking the voice of the Mission to 128 countries of the world, besides India, of course.

Sant Nirankari Mission Reaches out to Algeria: September 28, 2018Sant Nirankari Mission Reaches out to Algeria: September 28, 2018
Sant Nirankari Mission Reaches out to Algeria: September 28, 2018Sant Nirankari Mission Reaches out to Algeria: September 28, 2018
Sant Nirankari Mission Reaches out to Algeria: September 28, 2018

The African countries where the Mission has already its branches include: Ghana; Kenya; Mauritius; Nigeria; South Africa; Tanzania; and Uganda.

At Algeria, the congregation was organized at the residence of Rev Narinder Malik Ji whose family shifted from Kuala Lumpur to Algeria recently. Saints are always keen to attend Satsang programmes or congregations to strengthen their devotion to God and faith in Satguru. So, Rev Malik Ji found 2 other devotees of the Mission in the city itself, one from Rohini, Delhi and the other from Surat, Gujarat. Both of them were known to each other but they were not aware that they are devout followers of the Mission.

All these families assembled at the residence of Rev Narinder Malik Ji for the first congregation in that country. Three non-Nirankari families were also invited.

Speakers highlighted the Mission’s ideology and its aim to improve the quality of life through God-knowledge. The subjects like universal brotherhood and oneness of mankind were also explained. This impressed the invitees who promised to attend the congregations in future also.

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