Shiv Jayanti Celebrations at Chandigarh: ​Justice Mrs. Daya Chaudhary was the Chief Guest

On the occasion of Maha Shivratri a special program was organised by Brahma Kumaris Chandigarh at Rajyoga Bhawan, Sector 33-A on Monday, 4th March 2019 in the morning. After the murli class Prabhat Pheri was organised to spread the message of baba with contingent of 1500 BKs walking around 4 km in the city.

After that a beautiful programme of Felicitation of some dignitaries of the city was there followed by Flag Hoisting of Shiv Baba.

Hon’ble Justice Mrs. Daya Chaudhary, Punjab & Haryana High Court was the Chief Guest of the event.

In the evening a public program was organised in which around 500 souls received the message of Spiritual Significance of  MahaShivRatri

Guests on Stage:

Mr. Manoj Parida, IAS- Adviser to the Administrator, Chandigarh

Mrs. Manoj Parida- Wife of Adviser to the Administrator, Chandigarh

Sh. Saurabh Misha, IAS- Additional Commissioner, Municipal Corporation, Chandigarh

BK Amir Chand- Director, North Zone

BK Uttra Didi- Director, Chandigarh Circle



Brahmakumaris mark Shivratri
with message of peace, harmony



Eminent citizens of region honoured, as stress is laid on purity of soul at day-long event; awareness programmes that had started a month ago conclude with a 3-km walk at the Brahmkumaris Centre

Chandigarh Shivratri is not a festival that we can celebrate a single day in a year at out places of worship. It is a concept and connection with all-supreme god that continues all through our lives, with this though, Brahmkumaris celebrated the festival of Shivrari at its regional centre on Monday. The day also marked the conclusion of month-long programmes for Shivratri by the Brahmakumaris in Chandigarh and the surrounding region.

The programmes saw 25 centres of the organization and around 1,000 people associated with these, called Brahmkumaris, spread the message of Shiv Baba. On Monday early morning, around 1,500 Brahmakumaris marched through Sectors 32 and 33 for around 3km with the message of Shiv.

At the Rajyoga Bhawan in Sector 33, a small function was organized to honour prominent personalities like Dr Pam Rajput, former chairperson, high-level Committee on the Status of Women, Government of India; Paramjit Singh, director, Regional Centre for Entrepreneurship Development, Chandigarh; Ram Kumar Garg, founder, Second Innings Association (SIA),Chandigarh. Others honoured were renowned social worker and RTI activist, Dr Sanjeev Kamboj, president & founder, Udham, NGO, Chandigarh; Sadhna Sanger, president, ‘WE’, a group of women artists in Chandigarh and Dr Anuradha Sharma, founder, Humari Kaksha, Chandigarh.

Brahmkumari Bhrata Amir Chand, national vice-person, social wing, Brahma Kumaris director, Brahma Kumaris north zone,  said, “We need to lay stress on understanding the real meaning of devotion and the power of Shiv. Love and tolerance are virtues that stay forever.”

Rajyoga meditation session held

In the evening, another function was held to meditate on the teachings of Shiv where UT adviser Manoj Parida was the chief guest with MC additional commissioners Saurabh Mishra and Anil Kumar Garg as the guest of honour. All dignitaries agreed that peace was the way forward for the world and the Brahmakumaris was doing a good job in this direction. Brahma kumari Neha conducted a 10-minute Rajyoga mediation session for all present. This was well-appreciated by the audience.

Chandigarh – ​Tying Sacred Rakhi to Chief Minister and Governor of Haryana

Brahma Kumari Sisters tied sacred Rakhi to Sh. Manohal Lal Khattar, the Honorable Chief Minister of Haryana, H.E. Sh. Satyadeo Narain Arya, the Hon’ble Governor, Haryana, Sh. Davesh Moudgil- City Mayor, Padam Shree R.K. Saboo, Former President Rotary International Ltd., Police Officers, many High Court Judges and Many Senior IAS officers of Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh.

London – ​Bharat Gaurav Award to ​Br BK Amir Chand of Chandigarh & BK Sudesh Didi of Germany

Jamini Behn, Amirchand Bhai, Sudesh Didi with Baroness Verma -Parliamentary Under-Secretary UK (Department for International Development)
Bharat Gaurav Award is a Life Time Achievement Award organised by Sanskrit yuva Santha presented to outstanding professionals and dignitaries for their extra-ordinary accomplishments, philanthropic work and contributions to humanitarian causes. Now in its sixth year, the award ceremonies for the fourth time took place at the British Parliament Houses of Commons in London, UK. Such dignitaries from various sectors of our society including technology, media, film industry, Arts and Culture, businesses, Social, spiritual, medical, industry and Environment, those present are mostly of Indian origin from around the world. These individuals are honored and acknowledged for their extra ordinary achievement which impacts the world affairs, community, country as a whole and in particular their work adds to the glory of Bharat; thus knows as The Glory of Bharat Award.

Prominent and high profile Indians from around the world are invited, this year there were dignitaries from 17 Countries including USA , Canada, UK, Italy, Spain, Germany, Australia, Kuwait many other countries participated in the felicitation programme which was held at the House of Common, British Parliament UK on 13th April 2018.

It was very colorful and joyous event filled with love and feeling of pride that we all belong to ‘That One Bharat, the Mother Land’ and at the end we all paid our respect by singing the Indian National Anthem and everyone saluted to the land of Bharat by greeting ‘Bharat mata ki Jai!’

The presenter of of Award from Parliament were Baroness Verma and The Deputy High commissioner Mr Dinesh Patnaik, along with the few members of the organising team of Bharat Award including Mr Ganesia and Mr Suresh Mishra founder of the Bharat Gaurav Award and Robert G Davies UK, Director – Reech Sports Cymru Ltd.. ​​BK Amir Chand Coordinator of Punjab zone, India and BK Sudesh, European Co-ordinator were awarded on behalf of Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University.

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