Since Covid virus has almost disappeared from Delhi by the grace of God, Gobind Sadan was able to celebrate Navratri (the nine-day festival of the Goddess, in Her many forms) with full joy in two places. The families of gardeners and labourers were delighted to be able to sing to Mataji every evening at Her mandir and to read the whole Ramayana aloud in shifts during the final 24 hours. Then with the help of Pandit Gokul, they did havan and concluding rituals in praise of Mataji. Together they then prepared and served langar for the whole sangat.
In Maharaj ji’s havan, Hardip Singh and Ranvir Singh Khanna carried on the rituals for nine days with the help of Pandit Mishra. They were joined by the sangat on the final day—14 October 2021—for a big havan and traditional rituals.