With her blessings and offering of God-knowledge, Nirankari Mission’s Satguru Mata Savinder Hardev Ji Maharaj has changed our perspective. God had given us eyes, but we had no vision or oneness, whatsoever, due to which we were living inside the walls of caste, creed, colour, race, religion, riches and poor. But the attainment of this knowledge has made us realise that there is only one father to the entire world, we all are His children, and the world is one whole family, with no differences and need of hatred. This has also led to the dissolution of walls of caste, creed, colour, and religion. These views were expressed at the Zonal level Mahilla Samagam organised at Sant Nirankari Satsang Bhawan, Sector 30-A, Chandigarh, by presiding saint Smt Raj Vasudev Singh Ji, Member Incharge Prachar Vibhag, from Delhi, while addressing thousands of devotees here, at the Samagam.
Besides devotees from the tri-city region, thousands of others from 38 branches from near the region participated in the Samagam, where views on various topicalities like there is no devotion without fear, making heaven out of home, adhering to Satguru’s preaching is true devotion, were presented. Devotees made use of several languages to express their thoughts in the form of speeches, devotional songs, skits, question-answer rounds, and more.
Smt. Singh further said that devotion is more associated with our senses of positivism about it which is a result of God-knowledge, than with our ritualism. This is why, every devotee or individual in the Nirankari Mission, whether wise or illiterate, rich or poor, man or woman, or belonging to any caste, will show commonness in their devotion to the Satguru. This is also because people from all religions, be it Hinduism, Sikhism, Islamism or Christianity are made aware of this God-knowledge, and they learn to co-exist without any malice or hatred toward each other.
Prior to this, Dr. Smt. J. K. Cheema Ji, Additional Zonal Incharge, Chandigarh zone, expressed gratitude to Smt. Singh Ji and all devotees who were a part of the Samagam and contributed selflessly.