"Poverty is not a permanent state. There is no such class or nation we can call the poor."
"We are responsible for the war and conflict if we don't teach our people peace!"
"When a river overflows its banks it does great damage to the surrounding areas. But when a person's mind is not controlled, he can destroy entire countries."
"We human beings have many powerful brain cells. Once they are developed through meditation we can observe the entire universe—from the microscopic to the vast expanse of the cosmos."
"To end the scourge of terror, we must change people"s minds—not put more pressure on them."
Highlights from Gobind Sadan
Photo gallery To honour the occasion of Baba Siri Chand’s birthday, 23 September, 2015, an excellent seminar was held by the Gobind Sadan Institute for Advanced Studies in Comparative Religion, under the auspices of Baba Virsa Singh Ji Maharaj Memorial Trust, on “The Non-Sectarian Nature of Indian Saints.” India is a multi-faith country, so the lives of its saints of all religions were studied to gain insights into how they related to people of other faiths. Sri Ashok Singh [ ... ]Read more...
Photo gallery Baba Siri Chand’s birthday is always celebrated according to the lunar calendar at Gobind Sadan, and this year the date fell very late in the calendar: 23 September. On that day, 7 Akhand Paths were started, and an excellent seminar was held on “The Non-Sectarian Nature of Indian Saints” (see separate article). Many old sangat came for the celebrations, and there was a special atmosphere of bliss permeating all the events. On Friday, 25 September, the fi [ ... ]Read more...
Many back issues of the Gobind Sadan Times have been scanned and added to the Library section of the website.
Newsletters from the following years have been added.
1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, February 1999, January 2004. Gobind Sadan Times listing