On the 16th day of its tour in the state, the Dharmik Darshan yatra today entered into Majitha traversing through various districts of the state, enabling people to have darshan of Guru Sahibans’ relics. At Guru Hargobind Sahib’s land Gurudwara Guru Ki Beri Sahib, Mattewal and village Nath Di Khuhi the Minister for Revenue and Information and Public Relations Department, Mr Bikram Singh Majithia led the sea of devotees who welcomed yatra with immense enthusiasm.Painted in Khalsai colors, the atmosphere took a holy hue in the area. Devotees gave floral welcome to yatra and had darshan of Guru Sahibans’ relics, clothes and weapons. Later, the yatra left for its next destination in Amritsar. Damdami Taksal chief Baba harnam Singh Khalsa, Baba Sajan Singh from Guru Ki Ber, MLA Baljit Singh Jalalosma, chairman veer Singh lopoke, Bhai Manjit Singh and several political and religious entities were present.
The keenly waiting devotees soaked in every moment spent with the holy relics. On the behalf of the people of area,Mr Majithia presented siropas to the Panj Piaras. Mr Majithia thanked the Punjab government and SGPC for taking this initiative of bringing Guru Sahiban’s relics nearer home for darshan. He said that such initiatives go a long way in cementing bonds of young generation with Sikhism. He added that the enthusiasm amongst youngsters was proof of the young generation feeling proud of its rich heritage of dedication and martyrdom wherein Guru Sahibans laid down their lives to save humanity. In scorching hot summer, people had darshan of the yatra signifying the respect people have. The yatra route was dotted with cold water chhabeel and langars at different places. The devotees sang Gurbani enroute the yatra. Rajmahinder Singh Majitha, DC Mr Ravi Bhagat, SSP Mr Jasdeep Singh, Talbir Singh Gill, Major Shivi, SGPC member Bhagwant Singh Sialka, Jodh Singh Samra, Amarjit Singh Bandala, media advisor Sarchand Singh and others were also present.