Indore: Spiritual guru Shri Bhaiyyuji Maharaj today met Gujarat Chief Minister Mrs. Anandiben Patel in Gandhi Nagar and discussed with her on the Sant Nagari Project to be set up in Gujarat by his Trust Shri Sadguru Datta Dharmik Evam Parmarthik Trust in association with the government of Gujarat.
The meeting which was held at the Chief Minister’s secretariat in Gandhi Nagar, Gujarat chief minister while evincing keen interest in Sant Nagari project, assured of all support from Gujarat government for setting up Sant Nagri (An abode of saints) in Gujarat with all the required facilities.
Bhaiyyu Maharaj said the basic objective behind setting up Sant Nagari in Gujarat to make common people aware of the lives, ideals and virtues of all the great saints India had over the years so that people can imbibe their virtues in their lives for building a better society.
The then Gujarat chief minister and current Prime Minister of the country, Narendra Modi during his courtesy meeting with Bhaiyyu Maharaj at latter’s residence in Indore in 2011, had expressed willingness to set up Sant Nagari in Gujarat.
The meeting among others was attended by senior officials of the ministry of culture, Gujarat tourism department, Shree Sadguru Datta Dharmik Evam Parmarthik Trust chairman Sharad R Pawar and other senior trustees of the Trust. Earlier, spiritual leader Bhaiyyuji Maharaj was accorded floral welcome by Gujarat Chief Minister Anandiben Patel at her office.
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