We are all lovers, devotees of a higher power, thousands of lovers, but the Beloved is one for all. He whom we desire is the beloved of the whole world and is the one God for all men, not specifically for Muslims only, or for Hindus only, or for Christians only.

Sant Kirpal Singh

Scences from the life of Sant Kirpal Singh - Gallery

Sant Kirpal Singh’s life of selfless service was a shining inspiration for others to follow.

In keeping with His motto "Be good – do good – be one", he exemplified that being human means not only living for yourself, but serving others. His life not only inspired His disciples, it is also an example for future generations.

In this section you will find a selection of pictures demonstrating the life and work of Sant Kirpal Singh – His early years, the time of discipleship at the feet of His Master Baba Sawan Singh and the main activities during His tenure from 1948 till 1974 including His three world tours.

 

The mission of my life is to help others to rise above body-consciousness and have a glimpse of the Lord, with the grace of my master.

Sant Kirpal Singh

After the physical departure of his Master Baba Sawan Singh, Sant Kirpal Singh went to Rishikesh and there He lived for five months. After this time, He came to Delhi. There He started to give discourses at different places. Soon He became considered as a Saint who lived up to what He taught; the attendance to His talks was growing and the ‘Sawan Ashram’ was built in Delhi.

 

Once I had a private talk with Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru for about fifty minutes. He listened to all that I said with much attention, and after that in all his talks he would say that only on the ground of spirituality can all men sit together, for the masses, for the social leaders, political and religious leaders, this is the only cure.

Sant Kirpal Singh

Sant Kirpal Singh received many invitations from religious, political and civic leaders to visit cities and towns throughout India. Prime Minister Nehru invited him for a conversation about his Second World Tour.
In 1965 the Third Conference of World Religions, was held; Sant Kirpal Singh re-elected as president of the WFR.
On 6 February, 1970, the project 'Manav Kendra', in Dehra Dun was inaugurated. In the same year the fourth Conference of World Religions under Sant Kirpal Singh’s presidentship, was held.

 

 

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