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Kirpal Sagar belongs to all mankind and helps man to develop all around – not only physically and intellectually but also spiritually. It is a centre for man-making and man-service.
People can come to Kirpal Sagar at any time and get whatever they need. Whoever comes here will not go empty-handed, but will get for whatever purpose he has come. If someone wants medical help, he can get it. If he is needy, Kirpal Sagar can provide social help, if he wants to solve the purpose of human life and get nourishment for the soul, he can get it. Even if someone comes only to view the place, he will get something.
The project Kirpal Sagar has been set up since 1982 in the Punjab/North India under the chairmanship of Dr Harbhajan Singh and his wife Mrs Surinder Kaur and in cooperation with voluntary helpers from East and West. All are committed to put the ideal of humanity and unity into practice.
Kirpal Sagar maintains various facilities:
SAROVAR – a sacred place for silence and contemplation
Kirpal Sagar sets an example for practically lived tolerance and peaceful co-operation of human beings belonging to different countries, religions and social classes. The project all in all serves as a model for a spiritual life with higher values, furthering the realization of the basic human rights.
Detailed information about the project Kirpal Sagar in India is available at the project's homepage www.kirpal-sagar.org.