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Sant Kirpal Singh Ji was a vegetarian Indian saint and mystic

Lived: February 6, 1894 - August 21, 1974
Birth Place: Sayyad Kasran, Punjab

A spiritual Master from India who founded a spiritual School "Ruhani Satsang" with its headquarters at "Sawan Ashram".


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Sant Kirpal Singh Personal Born 6 February, 1894 Sayyad Kasran, Punjab Died 21 August, 1974 Sant Kirpal Singh [1] (6 February 1894–21 August 1974) was a spiritual teacher ("Sant") who was born in India in the village of Sayyad Kasran, in the western part of the Punjab which now belongs to Pakistan. Further biographical information is available. [2] His Mission: "To fill the human heart with compassion, mercy and universal love, which should radiate to all countries, nations and peoples of the world. To make a true religion of the heart as the ruling factor in one's life. To enable each one to love God, love all, serve all, and have respect for all, as God is immanent in all forms. My goal is that of oneness. I spread the message of oneness in life and living. This is the way to peace on earth. This is the mission of my life, and I pray that it may be fulfilled." He taught the unity of all religions and the birthright of man to attain self-knowledge and God-knowledge. Under the guidance of his guru Baba Sawan Singh, of Radha Soami Satsang Beas, Sant Kirpal Singh was initiated into Surat Shabd Yoga, the spiritual path of Sant Mat. Through this method, and "by the grace of (his) Master", he says that he experienced what is described in the world scriptures about God. According to his disciples, he dedicated his whole life to the ideal of unity: the brotherhood of man under the fatherhood of God. PURPOSE OF HIS ORGANIZATION - RUHANI SATSANG: "My Master, Hazur Baba Sawan Singh Ji Maharaj, a perfect Saint, had a great desire to form a common forum or platform, Ruhani Satsang [the words mean literally "spiritual gathering"-no denominational or sectarian connotations of any kind], at which all persons, even though professing different faiths and religious beliefs, could be imparted the principles of Spirituality and encouraged to practice spiritual disciplines, in order to gain salvation and peace here and in the Beyond." - Kirpal Singh

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