On the 2nd day of the 76th Annual Nirankari Sant Samagam, Satguru Mata Sudiksha Ji Maharaj addressed the sea of devotees to lead life with the spirit of gratitude and thankfulness towards the Almighty whichever situation we are in; whether favorable or adverse.
Thousands of devotees from Chandigarh, Mohali and Panchkula participated in this Samagam. A children's exhibition was also organized in this Samagam from Chandigarh, which was enjoyed by all the devotees.
Satguru Mata Ji, while showering Her blessings guided all to “Let non-doership become a hallmark of our behaviour and accept whatever we achieve and are blessed in life as Almighty’s blessings with humility.
Every virtue, that we are blessed with, must be used for the welfare of others while ensuring not to harm anybody by our thoughts, words, or deeds.”Her Holiness explained it is imperative to upgrade the Spiritual aspect of our life while in pursuit of upgrading the materialistic aspect by staying connected with the permanent – the Almighty.
While concluding Satguru Mata ji said that by eulogizing the selfless spirit of services being rendered by the Devotees to achieve ‘Sukoon’ in their lives and wished for everybody to remain connected with the Almighty for furthering the cause of ‘Sukoon’.
Nirankari Raj Pita ji in his address to the devotees cautioned against grooming sycophants for earning false prestige which will take one farther away from the pleasures of reality of eternal peace i.e. Sukoon.
He elaborated and stressed the need to realize the truth of our existence through God Knowledge only. Once this is attained we accept supremacy of the Almighty and lead our lives with true inner peace--Sukoon.
The Samagam saw lakhs of devotees of the Mission hailing from almost every State and Union Territory of India. Delegates from across the globe are also attending this great spiritual annual get-together of the Mission.
Besides the main Satsang Pandal and a large township of residential Shamianas spread on 650-700 acres of land had various Offices, Exhibitions, Publication Stalls, Langar, Canteens and Dispensaries etc.
There were parking areas for buses, cars and two wheelers.All arrangements for water and electricity supply, transport, traffic control and other necessary amenities were made in close coordination with the local authorities concerned.