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Five Noble Pledges of Sant Nirankari Mission

The pursuit of Truth is a universal phenomenon. Religious faiths all across the world proclaim to preach it, and amongst them they agree that there is no greater Truth than the Supreme Being, the Creator of the Universe, the Almighty Formless One – Nirankar. The many and varied names for God all represent an omnipresent, all-pervasive, omniscient, and Supreme Entity.

All the sages, seers, saints, gurus and prophets from across time have, therefore, preached the same Ultimate Truth; God. The approach, however, might have been different. The various Holy Scriptures are the milestones representing the flow of Divine Thought. These writings and teachings were meant to reveal the Ultimate Truth. History, however, shows that rituals and dogmas overwhelmed the essential Truth behind these teachings, creating confusion and division between religions, sects, and communities. Continue Reading

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March 5, 2016 • Devotees, Devotion

Types of Selfless Service

Here are three types of services that are central to the attainment of divine grace. These are  service by wealth, body and mind (Dhann, Tann, Mann). Continue Reading

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January 15, 2016 • Congregation

My Purpose of Attending Sangat/Congregation

Attending the sangat, called as company of saints has its immense importance, whose value cannot be underestimated. Hence its mendatory to ponder upon the subject of the same that what major benefits are obtained by joining the company of the saints. Here are given some key aspects of joining the same. Continue Reading

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January 2, 2016 • Miscellaneous, Spirituality, True Master

From Darkness to Light

O’God! From untruth, lead me to Light

From death, lead me to Immortality Peace, Peace, Peace.

                                 (Bridhardanyaka Upanishad 1:3-28.)

God is the Supreme Light. The same Divine Light manifests itself in the human form as the True Master.

Baba Avtar Singh Nirankari said in one of his Sermons: “A blind can neither see himself nor the sighted ones; But a sighted person can see both – the blind as well as the sighted.” Continue Reading

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