Monday 19 October 2020 | Dwitiya Aso Sud 3, Samvat 2076

Mon 19 Oct 2020

    

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19 August 2020 | 2 months ago

Sadiq Khan, Mayor Of London
London, United Kingdom

19 August 2020 | 2 months ago

Dame Cressida Rose Dick DBE QPM, Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis
London, United Kingdom

17 August 2020 | 2 months ago

Mark R. Warner, United States Senator
Virginia, United States

13 August 2020 | 2 months ago

Nima Kulkarni, 40th Legislative District
Kentucky, United States

13 August 2020 | 2 months ago

Gary Anandasangaree, Member of Parliament
Scarborough, Canada

13 August 2020 | 2 months ago

Sir Keir Starmer KCB QC MP, Leader of the Opposition, Member of Parliament
London, United Kingdom

12 August 2020 | 2 months ago

Cory Booker, United States Senator
New Jersey, United States

7 August 2020 | 2 months ago

Greg Shannon LTS Architects
London, United Kingdom

7 August 2020 | 2 months ago

Boris Johnson, Prime Minister of United Kingdom
London, United Kingdom

7 August 2020 | 2 months ago

Raj Mukherji, Assemblyman
Trenton, United States

6 August 2020 | 2 months ago

Cory A. Booker, United States Senator
Washington D.C., United States

6 August 2020 | 2 months ago

Bob Blackman, Member of Parliament - Harrow East
London, United Kingdom

6 August 2020 | 2 months ago

Neil Basu, Assistant Commissioner
London, United Kingdom

6 August 2020 | 2 months ago

Visakha Dasi, President of ISKCON Bhaktivedanta Manor
London, United Kingdom

6 August 2020 | 2 months ago

Narinder Singh Mudhar - Brent Sikh Centre secretary
London, United Kingdom

Jay Shree Swaminarayan

Acharya Shree Purushottampriyadasji Swamishree Maharaj jis contribution in the entire world is commendable and without an example. Such a unique,  pious and a famous guru needs to be remembered for generations to come and the deeds celebrated. 

Our Gurdwara Brent Sikh Centre joins with your congregation to rejoice Baba jis precious teachings and memories.

Jay Shree Swaminarayan

Narinder Singh Mudhar

6 August 2020 | 2 months ago

Cllr Tom Miller - Labour Councillor for Willesden Green
London, United Kingdom

On behalf of the people of Brent I would like to pass on our heartfelt condolences on the departure of the Guru, a man who worked tirelessly for peace and humanity. His lifetime was used exceedingly well, for the benefit of those both inside and outside the faith, and his loss will be felt by the whole community, but we are sure that he will be remembered down the generations.

May he and all of those who learned from him continue to find peace.

 

Warm regards,

 

Cllr Tom Miller

4 August 2020 | 2 months ago

International Peace Research Association
Belgium

2 August 2020 | 2 months ago

John C. Carney, State Governor
Delaware, United States

30 July 2020 | 2 months ago

Bill Pascrell Jr., Member of Congress
Washington D.C., United States

29 July 2020 | 2 months ago

Shaunaka Rishi, Director of Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies
London, United Kingdom

I remember Maharaja very well indeed. Maharaja was a generous, thoughtful, and sincere devotee of the Lord. Although from a different tradition I saw his Vaishnava behaviour as an example for my spiritual practice. He was so willing to reach beyond boundaries and speak with others heart to heart, to offer prayer, inspiration, and encouragement in all he said, and in all his efforts to serve the Lord.
 

He was so kind and encouraging to me personally, and supportive of our efforts in Oxford to bring Hindu studies to the establishment, and to nurture our own Hindu youth in scholarship. He particularly told me that the excellence of Oxford was a treasure, and we are now adding another gem in the form of scholars of Hinduism. He invited me to speak to the community, as you will remember, particularly to enthuse the young people to take their culture seriously. He was very concerned about this, and we even spoke of establishing a scholarship to support and enthuse them. He was a long term thinker, as the best leaders are, and I was very inspired by his association because of this.

I attribute the success of our Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies to the prayers and blessings of great souls like Acharyaji. I will all remember his blessing for us and have continually taken heart from it.