Voluntary Sewa starts at Sant Nirankari Spiritual complex Samalkha


Delhi/ Alive News: In one of the greatest events of the Sant Nirankari Mission, Satguru Mata Savinder Hardev Maharaj inaugurated today voluntary service with a cut in the ground at Sant Nirankari Spiritual Complex between Gannaur and Samalkha on GT Road.  It was long back that Nirankari Baba Hardev Singh Maharaj envisioned to create a vast monument to preach the message of the Mission to humanity.

 The Complex envisages having a huge Samagam Pandal, almost three times larger than the Mission had for its annual Samagam in Delhi.  There will be a permanent pavilion equipped with latest audio – visual technology to house the Nirankari Pardarshani, Kids exhibition, exhibition by the Sant Nirankari Charitable Foundation and the one by Health and Medical Department. The Complex will also have a Museum and a Sarovar.  There will be a large publication stall from where the visitors will be able to pick up the Mission’s literature, DVDs, photographs, calendars and diaries etc.  Moreover, there will be a place for community kitchen (Langar) and a large canteen.

The development in the Complex will be based on the latest audio-visual technology.  The development activities at the Complex will be undertaken by the Niranakari Sewadal who will be deputed zone – wise from all over the country on weekly basis. On arrival at the venue, Her Holiness, seated in an open decorated vehicle, was led by the Members of the Central Planning and Advisory Board and Executive Committee and other saints associated with Prachar and management as also thousands of devotees, upto the venue of the inauguration ceremony.  It became a beautiful procession by itself.

After the ceremony, Satguru Mata took her holy seat to preside over the Bhakti Parv Samagam at the same venue.   The Haryana Chief Minister, Manohar Lal Khattar and his cabinet was represented by K.L. Pawar, Minister for Transport welcomed Satguru Mata and lakhs of devotees on behalf of the Haryana Government and the people of the State.

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