His Holiness Visits Sundrani Charitable Eye Hospital in Agra

His Holiness Visits Sundrani Charitable Eye Hospital in Agra

His Holiness Visits Sundrani Charitable Eye Hospital in AgraHis Holiness Visits Sundrani Charitable Eye Hospital in Agra
His Holiness Visits Sundrani Charitable Eye Hospital in AgraHis Holiness Visits Sundrani Charitable Eye Hospital in Agra
His Holiness Visits Sundrani Charitable Eye Hospital in AgraHis Holiness Visits Sundrani Charitable Eye Hospital in Agra
His Holiness Visits Sundrani Charitable Eye Hospital in Agra

On February 16, 2013, His Holiness Baba Hardev Singh Ji Maharaj, Head of the Sant Nirankari Mission and his esteemed spouse Pujya Mata Sawinder Ji visited the Sundrani Charitable Eye Hospital in Agra.

Established in 1978 under the auspices of the Sundrani Charitable Eye Hospital Samiti, the hospital is renowned for its glorious past in the service of the public in general. The Sant Nirankari Charitable Foundation has been managing the hospital since May 2011.

The divine couple was received by Brig (Retd) P.S. Cheema, President Sundrani Charitable Eye Hospital Samiti, Rev Kishan Lal Sundrani s/o Late Shri Jethanand T. Gehani founder, Rev. Dilip Lakhiani, Treasurer, Rev. Umesh Singh, Secretary along with general body members Lt Col (Retd) C.S. Toor and Dr. Naresh Arora. His Holiness and Pujya Mata Ji went round the eye clinic, physiotherapy centre and the operation theatre of the hospital and blessed the staff. It was for the first time that the divine couple visited the hospital.

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Zonal Meet Held in Patiala

Zonal Meet Held in Patiala

Zonal Meeting in Patiala: February 03, 2013Zonal Meeting in Patiala: February 03, 2013

A Zone-level meeting of Sanyojaks, Mukhis and Sewa Dal Sanchalaks from all the 40 branches of Patiala Zone was held in Patiala on February 3, 2013. Rev H.L. Arora, Member Incharge, Sewa Dal and Foreign Department presided over the meeting.

The Zonal Incharge, Patiala Rev Amarjeet Singh gave a detailed account of the various activities undertaken towards promoting the Mission in the Zone with special emphasis on discipline and co-ordination among those connected with the preaching and organizational efforts. He mentioned that the English Medium Sangats as also the Bal Sangats were being organized regularly almost in every branch of the Zone.

Addressing the meeting Rev H.L. Arora expressed his satisfaction with the overall activities in the Zone and expressed the need for Sanyojaks, Mukhis and Sewa Dal Sanchalaks to work hand in hand all the time. He described them as Head and Tail of the same coin which cannot function even when one side is faulty. He said that each member has his own importance and his own responsibilities. Let everybody do his duty without bringing in ego. He pointed out that this Mission of love, peace and truth is still to go a long way and we are, therefore, faced with greater challenges. We can, however, match with the same if we look towards the superiors in spirituality and inferiors in materialism.

Earlier, Smt. Gobind Kaur Sanyojak and Shri Sat Pal Sanchalak, Patiala welcome the chief guest.

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Preachers’ Training Camp Held in Dehradun

Preachers’ Training Camp Held in Dehradun

Preachers’ Training Camp Held in DehradunPreachers’ Training Camp Held in Dehradun

A two day Preachers’ training camp was held in Dehradun, the capital of Uttarakhand on January 29-30, 2013. Presided over by Rev Joginder Kaur, Member Incharge, Prachar Vibhag, the Samagam was attended by about 360 Pracharaks and Gyan Pracharaks from 67 branches of Mussoorie Zone. The faculty members included Rev Naranjan Singh IAS (Retd) and Rev Amarjeet Singh, Zonal In charge, Patiala, Rev S.L. Garg, Co-ordinator, Prachar Vibhag conducted the proceedings.

The proceedings of the training camp were utilized to emphasize that our preachers must have the knowledge about various religions and holy scriptures and quote their teachings only after reading the same themselves. Quotations may not be based on hearsay. Secondly, the preachers must go through the blue book on Prachar and Prabandh Vyavastha of the Mission and follow the guidelines given therein in word and spirit. We should also follow what Satguru says day in and day out.

Preachers were also advised to take care of their health so that they can serve the Mission and Sadh Sangat without any hurdle.

Rev Harbhajan Singh Ji, Zonal Incharge, Mussoorie thanked the saints from Headquarters for their valuable guidance. He also thanked the participants who made the training camp a success.

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Rev H.L. Arora Visits Nepal

Rev H.L. Arora Visits Nepal

Rev H.L. Arora Visits NepalRev H.L. Arora Visits Nepal
Rev H.L. Arora Visits NepalRev H.L. Arora Visits Nepal
Rev H.L. Arora Visits NepalRev H.L. Arora Visits Nepal
Rev H.L. Arora Visits NepalRev H.L. Arora Visits Nepal
Rev H.L. Arora Visits NepalRev H.L. Arora Visits Nepal

Rev Harbans Lal Arora Ji, Member Incharge, Foreign Affairs Department and Sewadal, Sant Nirankari Mandal visited Nepal from December 23 to 30, 2012. He was accompanied by his wife, Rev Vijay Arora and another saint from Delhi, Rev Vinond Gandhi Ji.

On December 23, as the party crossed the border and entered Nepal, they were welcomed at Mahendranagar by Rev Nar Bahadur Rawal, President of the Sant Nirankari Mission, Nepal. On December 24, a congregation was organized at the Sant Nirankari Satsang Bhawan, Aithpur.

On Christmas Day, December 25, Rev Arora Ji inaugurated the newly constructed building of the Sant Nirankari Aadarsh Vidya Mandir in Tikapur. While the Chairman of the Managing Committee of the School, Rev Bal Bahadur Rawal presided over the function, it was attended by Rev Nar Bahadur Rawal Ji, the Management, Staff and Students of the School, leading local citizens and the Mission’s devotees. Addressing the gathering, Rev Arora Ji said that today it is very important to provide spiritual knowledge along with academic education to the children. This will strengthen the moral aspect of the life of our future citizens, he said.

This was followed by a congregation in the local Sant Nirankari Satsang Bhawan. It was attended by a large number of devotees not only from Tikapur but surrounding areas of Sadakpur Bonia and Amrawati Bhajani also. Several devotees came from district Bardia.

On December 26, Rev Arora Ji visited various places and blessed the devotees of the Mission. These included Sadakpur Bonia, Sukhad, Masuriya, Attariya, Dadeldhura and Dipayal. Here, Rev Jhankar Bahadur, a senior officer from the Regional Education Directorate, district Doti and a devout follower of the Mission, took the party round and introduced devotees of the Mission to them.

Rev Arora Ji also visited Sanagaon in district Doti where, at the request of the Incharge of local Police Station, he blessed all the staff and the devotees of the Mission gathered there. Rev Arora Ji also visited the interior hilly areas of district Achham, from December 28 to 30. Besides Rev Nar Bahadur Rawal Ji, the Additional Secretary of the Mission in Nepal, Rev Nar Bahadur B.K, Gyan Pracharak Rev Dev Raj Rimal, Kshetriya Sanchalak Sewadal, Rev Nar Bahadur Batala and Rev Sadhu Ram Ji, Sanchalak Rev Vishan B.K., Deepak Ji and other saints accompanied the party. Historically speaking, the Mission had its advent in Nepal from this area. Rev Arora Ji addressed a congregation at Achham on December 28, which was attended by an Ex-minister of Nepal, senior officers and leading citizens of the town besides a large number of the Mission’s devotees, of course. Earlier, the party was welcomed by Rev Jai Bahadur Saund and other saints.

This is followed by a congregation held at Sadarmukam Mangalsen, another hill station known for its natural beauty. Addressing the devotees, Rev Arora Ji said that Sant Nirankari Mission provides a common forum to all the religions. Every citizen is equally welcome here.

Rev H.L. Arora and Party returned to Delhi on January 1, 2013.

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