NewZNew (Chandigarh) : Bringing in the theme of 68th Annual Nirankari Sant Samagam that just wounded up in Delhi, Shri C.L Gulati, Secretary, Sant Nirankari Mandal, Delhi while addressing devotees at Sant Nirankari Satsang Bhavan in Sector 30-A expanded on the thoughts of His Holiness Baba Hardev Singh Ji Maharaj and said that it is imperative that we have a World Without Walls. The prophets and saints have always tried to spread the message of a world without walls, and have always disseminated the message of love, politeness, tolerance and brotherhood. No guru, be it Lord Ram, Lord Krishna, Hazrat Mohammad, Jesus Christ, Guru Nanak Dev Ji or Guru Teg Bahadur Ji, has ever wanted walls of casteism, cultural hatred or religion. Neither have they ever desired anyone to have negativity and narrow approach towards fellow human beings.
The 68th Samagam had devotees from not only India but abroad as well, with approximately 30,000 from the tri-city region. The Bal Pradarshani on the theme World Without Walls was organised by the Chandigarh branch, and lakhs of devotees including children and adults participated as spectators and received motivation to adopt the preaching of His Holiness in their lives.
Baba Ji questioned and stated that one uses the names of the saints and prophets one has faith in, in the wrong-doings, bloodshed and macerating humanity. Decades after decades have passed, and even after numerous claims, hatred in the world has only increased. With the advent of the 21st century, there were beliefs that human thoughts will change for good, and positivity but none of it can be seen, as of today. However, saints and gurus have always emphasised on the fact that we must not give any wind to the fire of hatred and jealousy. It is vital that we refrain from hatred, and hold onto love, as love can only add human values into our lives. Also, humans will have to be awakened to this fact, while there is still time, as it waits for none. Humans meet their death certainly, but the journey of time never ends.
Baba Ji further said that saints help mould the mindsets of everyone and provide the right direction to their lives, so that the devious instinct in man can be changed into service for humanity. If we want that the nation and the world reach the summit of success, quitting hatred and holding onto the faith of love is important. On this occasion, Delhi CM, Shri Arvind Kejriwal referring to the presence of all religions and customs, said that the Samagam should be organised more frequently. He also said that the preaching of the Mission need to adopted by everyone in their everyday lives.
The Sewadal rally was also organised on the second day of the Samagam, and thousands of men, women and children participated in the same. There were sports activities and cultural programs presented in this rally, which gave a message of world without walls and bridging humanity piece-by-peace. The Bal Sewadal of Chandigarh also represented itself in this rally through a presentation. The message that was given was that selfless service to humanity is the ultimate way to express your devotion towards God.