New Delhi witnessed grand concluding ceremony of Guruji Janmashatabdi.

via HK published on February 18, 2007

New Delhi: Jal Board ground at Burari in Nation’s capital was fully packed to witness the grand concluding ceremony of Guruji Janmashatabdi.


Hon. Vice president Shri. Bhairosinghji Shekhavat was the chief guest of the program, which was presided over by Swami Satyamitranand Giri, The President of Janmashatabdi  Samiti.


L.K.Advani , Rajnath Singh,Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi, Vasundhara Raje from Rajasthan , Shivraj Singh Chouhan from Madhya Pradesh and Bihar’s deputy Chief Minister Sushil Modi attended the celebrations .

In his address, Shekhawat maintained that the objective of poverty, illiteracy and health-care issues were required to be tackled in order to achieve social harmony.

Sarsanghchalak Sudarshan told the meeting that the Hindu unity was key to resolving issues such as “colonial church, Jehadi Islam, violent Maoists and American consumerism”. “These dangers have developed threat not only to our nation but also to the world peace,” he said, adding “in such a situation the views of Guruji show the way.”

In his address, Vajpayee said he believed “social harmony held greater importance than social equality in society.”We had chosen the subject of social harmony as target in the birth centenary year. Efforts to bring the harmony are quite necessary. Equality is the good thing but harmony is far better,” he remarked.

Gayatri Parivar chief Pranav Pandya, Guruji Birth Centenary Celebration committee president Swami Satyamitranand Giri,
Swami Avadheshanand Giri { Joona Pithadhishwar} and Sadhvi Ritambhara also spoke on the occasion.

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