VOLUNTARY SEWA FOR 72nd ANNUAL NIRANKARI SANT SAMAGAM BEGINS Satguru Mata Sudiksha Ji Maharaj today inaugurated voluntary sewa for 72nd Annual Nirankari Sant Samagam at Sant Nirankari Spiritual Complex, Samalkha Haryana. The Samagam is scheduled to be held at the SantNirankari Spiritual Complex near Samalkha on G.T. Road in Haryana from November 16 to 18, 2019.The Samagam is being held at the Mission’s own land for the second time.
While addressing Sewadal Adhikaris, volunteers and a large gathering of devotees from Chandigarh & Tricity, Delhi, Greater Delhi, Haryana, Punjab, Rajasthan, Himachal Pradesh, Uttaranchal and Jammu & Kashmir, Satguru Mata Ji said that Sewa (voluntary service) is not about the members of Sewadal only who have been contributing towards this selfless service rather it is for each member of the Mission who have been taking part with love and devotion. The realization of Nirankar Almighty enables each devotee to respect one another. This is how every devotee worships God here.
Recalling 90-year journey of the Mission, Satguru Mata Ji said that the Mission is all about spreading the message of Oneness, Peace, Universal Brotherhood and imbibing human values in devotees of the Mission. For this, we must always adopt the ornaments of Sewa, Simran and Satsang. Her Holiness prayed for the wellbeing of entire mankind and devotees coming for Sewa from God Almighty.
Approximately 4,000 volunteers would be rendering their services on daily basis at the Samagam venue from 7thOctober, 2019 onwards.
Lakhs of devotees,like each passing year, are expected to arrive from all over India to attend the Samagam. A large number of saints will come from abroad also. For the convenience of devotees, Ministry of Railways has decided to halt every Express and Mail train for 3 minutes from November 5 to 30, 2019 at the Bhodwal Majri Railway Station located close to the Samagam venue.
Besides the main Satsang Pandal and a large township of residential Shamianas, the Samagam Ground will have various offices, exhibitions, publication stalls, Langar (community kitchen), canteens and dispensaries, medical centres, etc. There will be parking areas for buses and other vehicles. All basic amenities would be well taken care of to make the stay comfortable for all the devotees.
All arrangements for water, electricity supply, transport, traffic control and other necessary facilities are being well-coordinated with the local authorities concerned.
Voluntary Sewa for 72nd annual nirankari sant samagam begins
Special attention will be paid to cleanliness and environment. Langar will be served in steel plates. There will be special arrangements for differently abled devotees coming to attend the Samagam.