Our dearest children, Trust/Management Committee and servitors,
Many congratulations and blessings to you all on the 75th Foundation Day and the 16th anniversary of ‘Jaam-E-Insan Guru Ka’
Dhan Dhan Satguru Tera Hi Aasra!
Our millions of beloved children, the ‘Naam-charchas’ you all are conducting in your villages and blocks, we pray to Almighty God to bless you all a hundredfold in the future and to those who attend ‘Naam-charcha’ or ‘Satsang’ (spiritual congregations) by visiting the Deras and do selfless service there, may they be blessed a thousand times over. Param Pitaji will surely bless you all abundantly with fruits of joy.
Our dearest children, as you all know that we, your MSG Guru respects all religions since 1948, and do not discriminate on the basis of caste, creed, or inequality. You all too follow all these values and those who implement them 100%, Param Pita Shah Satnam Ji, Shah Mastan Ji will bless them with good health and spiritual joy. Dear children, on this pious occasion of Sacred Bhandara, we are starting a new welfare initiative, under which we urge you all to teach your children about humanity and the welfare of the whole universe endearingly daily or three days a week. This new welfare initiative will be named ‘Uttam Sanskar.’ Raise your hands, and chant Nara (holy slogan). Put down your hands. May Satguru Ji bless you abundantly and may your biggest legitimate demand get fulfilled soon.
Our most beloved children, following our, means your MSG Guru’s words, you chant Nara & pledge to keep unity, stay united, and always be loyal to your Guru. We also promise you all that we were, are and always be your MSG Guru, and will keep bringing new spiritual, radiant, and worldly happiness from the Supreme Father in exchange for your promise. And will come in front of you in physical form and keep guiding you all. On 29th April 1948, Shah Mastana Ji laid the foundation and held the first Satsang (spiritual congregation) in May at the Dera premises. Hence, every last Sunday of May will be celebrated as "Satsang Bhandara."