Karsewa of Interlocking tiles on the banks of the Holy Kali Bein begins


 

Sewa started by Sant- Mahapursh jointly

Sultanpur Lodhi, 14th October

The karsewa of installation of Interlock Tiles along the banks of the banks of Holy Kali Bein was started by the Saints and mahanpush of the area. This path on one side of Bein goes to Gurdwara Sant Ghat and on other side it connects to city Sultanpur Lodhi. With the beginning of this sewa on the path of the Holy Bein, preparations of the 551th Prakash Purb of Shree Guru Nanak Dev Ji are started.

Today, karsewa of Interlocking was started by Environment lover Padma Shree Sant Balbir Singh Seechewal Ji, Sant Leader Singh Ji of Gurdwara Tahli Sahib and of Gurdwara Gurusar Saiflabad, Sant Amrik Singh Khukhrain wale, Sant Balbir Singh Rabji, Mahatma Muni Khera Bet, Sant Sukhjeet Singh Nirmal Kutiya Lohian, Sant Sukhjeet Singh Seechewal and many more dignitaries of the area. Before it during a brief samagam Sant Balbir Singh Seechewal Ji told that 551th Prakash Purb of Shree Guru Nanak Dev Ji will be celebrated on 30th November with great devotion and enthusiasm and at Sultanpur Lodhi. He also cautioned the sangats to not to be careless against the corona pandemic. Rather there is a need to be more alert than before. On this occasion Sant Seechewal addressing the sangats said that we should take care of the air, water and earth. He said that the farmers of Sultanpur Lodhi and of Seechewal area deserve appreciation who in place of burning the parali have been ploughing in the fields and collecting through Baler successfully for the last 5 years. He made an appeal to the farmers of Punjab to plough their parali in the fields in place of burning. Basmati of Punjab is not selling in abroad because of use of the pesticides and excess fertilizer as these are dangerous for health. Sant Seechewal said that we can keep the people of Punjab healthy with joint and organic agriculture.

On this occasion Surjit Singh Shantti, Fauji Kashmir Singh Damdama Sahib, Teerath Singh Hundal, Amrik Singh Sandhu, Gurwinder Singh Boparai, Satnam Singh Sadhi, Gurdeep Singh Goga, Daya Singh and sewadars in big number were also present.

 


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