Life should not just be successful but meaningful: CM Chouhan

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 06 Oct 2017 11:04:53


Staff Reporter,

Chouhan takes part in Satyasai Seva Sangathan Bhakt Sammelan

Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that it is not just enough to have a successful life, it should be meaningful also. Voicing concern on the situation of morality in society, he said that education system should teach children the lesson of humanity and provide capacity to search for divinity. The Chief Minister was addressing a Bhakt Sammelan organized by Shri Satyasai Seva Sangathan on Thursday.

Chouhan said that Shri Satyasai Baba has given us the message of happy humanity and has given us the philosophy of divinity in all beings. He said that divinity is present in the service of humanity, devotion and meditation by shedding ‘Kaam, krodh, lobh and moh-maya’. CM Chouhan called for support from Satyasai Seva Sangathan to address issues like malnutrition and implementation of quality education system. Remembering Shri Satyasai Baba Chouhan said that he reached out to the whole world from his small village and served humanity and spread love. He stressed on following Shri Satyasai Baba’s ideals to save humanity. Chouhan apprised the devotees with the innovations in the field of public welfare and development in the state.

National President of Shri Satyasai Seva Sangathan Nimish Pandya gave information about the sangathan’s activities. He assured support to the government in the areas of Narmada Seva and child development in state. Regional President of the Sangathan Bharat Zaveri told that the sangathan has made significant efforts in the health service sector in the last one year. Small documentary film “Movements of love and humanity” was screened during the programme. The Chief Minister released four books on the occasion.

Among those prominently present on the occasion were Satyasai Women’s College Chairperson Smt. Meera Pimplapure, BHEL Executive Director D.K. Thakur, National Coordinator Kamla Pandya, Jambu Bhandari and a large number of office-bearers, members of Shri Sai Sangathan and devotees.