Sant Nirankari Mission will hold its 62nd annual Nirankari Sant Samagam here from November 14 to 16. A message of peace and unity based on spiritual awakening will be delivered on the occasion.

As part of the preparations, a large number of Sant Nirankari Sewa Dal volunteers have offered their services to make board and lodging arrangements for the devotees arriving in the Capital from far-flung areas.

The congregation venue along Burari Road has been divided into five sections and arrangements are being made for transportation of the devotees coming to the Samagam.

Basic amenities such as water and electricity are being made available for the large number of visitors. They will be served food in community kitchens and over a dozen canteens will be set up to provide tea, coffee and snacks to the participants at subsidised rates. The arrangements are being supervised by Samagam president J. R. D. Satyarthi and general secretary V. D. Nagpal. Various departments of Sant Nirankari Mandal have set up offices to assist the devotees.

The Samagam will house an exhibition depicting the Mission’s history and ideology through photographs and other visual modes. A Sewa Dal rally showcasing physical exercises and cultural programmes by over 15,000 volunteers will be an added attraction.