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PUNE: Sadhu Vaswani Mission welcomed the 142nd birthday of Sadhu T.L. Vaswani amidst sevas, discourses by the Great Masters – Rev. Dada J.P. Vaswani and Gurudev Sadhu Vaswani and talk by Didi Krishna Kumari. The day also marked the observance of International Meatless Day & Animal Rights Day. Sadhu Vaswani Centers across the globe organized awareness programs preceding the birthday. Spiritual leaders shared wishes and supported the cause of Meatless Day.
Didi Krishna Kumari, in her address, spoke about her experiences, as a little child, with Gurudev Sadhu Vaswani and how he inculcated in her the habit of sitting in silence. She also echoed his belief of Reverence for All Life saying, “Sadhu Vaswani was a visionary. He would tell us, the time will come when meat-eating will be regarded as a crime.
The day also witnessed many devotees coming to the Pune Headquarters to seek blessings at the Sacred Samadhi in strict adherence to pandemic protocols. One of them was a 12-year-old kid, Jayesh Gehani, who had come all the way from Mumbai accompanied by his parents. He said, “I love coming to the Samadhi and the sevas are something I enjoy, especially the cleaning of langar utensils. I always look forward to it.”
On the occasion of Sadhu Vaswani’s 142nd birthday, concessions were given at the Mission’s healthcare institutions. Service activities included bird feeding, animal sevas, and the distribution of ration kits to poor and needy families.
Sadhu Vaswani Centers, national and international organized virtual satsangs and carried out service activities including London, Taipei, St Maarten, Washington DC, Atlanta, Jakarta, Hong Kong, Guangzhou, Casablanca, New Jersey, Dubai New Delhi, Mumbai, Baroda, Rajkot, Ahmedabad and Bengaluru, Chennai, Kolkata, and Pimpri among others.
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