I had heard about Saints but had never come across an organisation creating Saints – H.B.P. Suhasbua Vazhe

A speaker at the Gurupournima celebrations in
Sanatan’s Ramnathi ashram glorifies the Sanatan Sanstha

H.B.P. Suhasbua Vaze

Sanatan Ashram, Ramnathi (Goa) – I had heard about Saints but had never seen an organisation creating Saints. Seekers are attaining Sainthood under the guidance of Sanatan Sanstha. I felt happy hearing about the growing number of Sanatan Sanstha’S seekers attaining Sainthood. Sanatan Sanstha is doing excellent seva for society and I have studied it. In the Sanatan ashram seekers strive selflessly.The Guru is great. I am prepared to travel anywhere for the mission of Sanatan Sanstha and I do not even need an invitation ! I feel unhappy hearing about how the mission of Sanatan Sanstha is being opposed. It is a great sin to oppose a righteous cause. The opinion of people is insignificant. What is important is to know what God says. Sanatan Sanstha should continue its mission. We spend more time in eating, drinking and watching television. We need to utilise this time in performing chanting and spiritual practice. God has given us everything and not remembering Him is indeed a shame.

During this celebration in the morning session Sadguru (Mrs.) Binda SIngbal performed ritualistic worship (puja) of the Gurus. The presiding priest was Mr. Damodar Vazhe. Mr. Smit Kambli from Bokadbag, Bandora who passed X std examination from RPRS High School with flying colours was felicitated by Mrs. Lata Dhavlikar in the presence of revered Saints H.H. (Mrs.) Suman Naik, H.H. (Mrs.) Radha Prabhu, child Saint H.H. Master Bhargavram Prabhu, H.H. Mahendra Kshatriya, H.H. Sitaram Desai, H.H. (Mrs.) Malati Desai and Zilla Parishad member Mrs. Chitra Fadte. 260 spiritual aspirants attended the function.

 

The subject of Gurupournima celebrations
was conveyed live through Facebook in 13 languages
to 1, 25,000 spiritual aspirants both within the country and abroad

This year on behalf of Sanatan Sanstha and Hindu Janajagruti Samiti in 13 languages including Marathi, Hindi, Kannada, English and Nepali the Gurupournima celebrations were relayed live through Facebook to 1,25,000 spiritual aspirants. Within the country 55,000 people watched this through Facebook.

Source : Dainik Sanatan Prabhat