Chandigarh/Panchkula/Mohali/Aurangabad, January 29, 2023: “Life can become contented and blissful only by staying united with the Eternal God” as guided by Nirankari Satguru Mata Sudiksha Ji Maharaj while addressing a mammoth gathering on the first day of the 56th Annual Nirankari Sant Samagam of Maharashtra being held at Bidkin, Aurangabad.

Satguru Mata Ji while explaining the human tendency pointed out that when a strong desire develops to achieve a goal and we feel contented on its achievement, though it is short-lived. HH referred to a state of bliss which can be attained by reuniting with the imperishable God as the state of ultimate contentment.

Satguru Mata Ji further referring to the imperishable God stated that it is the undeniable Ultimate Truth. It is Immutable, Perpetual, Omnipresent, Omnipotent and Immanent. When one comprehends The Supreme Power he remains immune to the situations, whether favourable or unfavourable and maintains equipoise.

Satguru Mata Ji further guided to have a mind-set that whatever things we have in the form of body, mind and wealth are a gift from God and not perpetual. We are in no way possessors of them. If we were the possessors, we would have full control over them and not have allowed our hair to turn grey or wrinkles to appear on the body in old age. Therefore, let us make good use of them as caretakers.

Satguru Mata Ji concluded by saying, as stated in the Holy Scriptures, the human birth is not only for physical work rather it is an opportunity to seek the Supreme God and stay connected to attain salvation and lead a blissful life.

Sewadal Rally

Sewadal rally highlighted the second day of the Samagam January 28th January, 2023 and commenced with the vibrant and colorful rally in which thousands of men and women volunteers of Sewadal dressed in their respective uniforms participated in this rally. As soon as Satguru Mata Sudiksha Ji Maharaj and Nirankari Rajpita Ramit Ji arrived at the Venue, the Sewadal Adhikaris of the Mission welcomed the Divine Couple by offering them a bouquet of flowers before proceeding thereafter Satguru Mata Sudiksha Ji Maharaj proceeded to unfurl the Mission’s white flag of peace.

In this rally, the Sewadal volunteers showcased their talents by presenting skits based on the teachings of the Mission through which the importance of service in devotion was highlighted. The skits revolved around self-improvement, alertness in sewa and so on. Apart from this, many programs of physical feats like physical exercise, yoga and Mallakhamba were also presented, through which emphasised was laid on mental and physical fitness.

Satguru Mata Sudiksha Ji Maharaj while referring to the volunteers said that in an enlightened Saint the feeling of service towards mankind gets inculcated. Service should be done as ordained with complete alertness, consciousness and devotion and service is not uniform dependent. However when done in uniform the responsibity increases.

Nirankari Exhibition

The Nirankari exhibition depicting the history, ideology and social activities of Sant Nirankari Mission has become the centre of attraction for the devotees and visitors visiting the venue. The history, ideology and social activities of the Mission have been highlighted in this exhibition using modern technology through pictures, photographs and various models. In addition to the main Nirankari exhibition, children's exhibition and exhibition of health and social welfare department have also been organized. In the children's exhibition, an attempt has been made to highlight the importance of the Mission's message and the importance of Spiritual awareness in the lives of children. Various measures have been shown to keep the human body health and social welfare department.

Parallelly, exhibition by the Sant Nirankari Charitable Foundation was also set up to highlight the Social work of the Mission and various activities being presented through models and photographs. This exhibition was inaugurated by Satguru Mata Sudiksha Ji Maharaj on 25 January, 2023. These exhibitions will be open day and night for the devotees.