Port Blair, Feb 28: With the benign grace of Satguru Mata Sudiksha Ji Maharaj and Nirankari Rajpita Ramit Ji, the auspicious commencement of the 'Amrit Project' under the 'Clean Water, Clean Mind' project's second phase took place from Yamuna Chhat Ghat, Delhi. Inspired by the teachings of Baba Hardev Singh Ji Maharaj, this project was organized with the support of over 11 lakh volunteers from more than 1533 locations across 27 states and union territories of India. This campaign's primary goal is to educate the public about the ways in which water bodies can be preserved so that future generations can enjoy a healthy future.

Taking inspiration from the eternal teachings of Baba Hardev Singh ji, 'Project Amrit' was organized under the aegis of Sant Nirankari Charitable Foundation, the social wing of Sant Nirankari Mission. On this occasion, all the officials of Sant Nirankari Mission, dignitaries, and thousands of volunteers and members of the Sewa Dal gathered. The program was broadcasted directly through the Sant Nirankari Mission website, benefiting devotees from both within the country and abroad. Numerous esteemed guests, including thousands of students and teachers from Delhi University, as well as various organizations and environmental conservationists, participated in the event. Radio channel 92.7 Big FM and the Ministry of Culture of the Government of India also participated in this event.

Secretary and Social Welfare Incharge of Sant Nirankari Mandal, Shri Joginder Sukhija, provided detailed information, stating that all security measures were strictly adhered to during the 'Project Amrit'. The project witnessed active participation from numerous youths. He informed that this initiative will continue beyond just one day, ensuring the cleanliness of various ghats and water sources every month.

On the occasion of Project Amrit, Satguru Mata Ji expressed in her divine discourse that water holds immense importance in our lives and is akin to nectar. Water is the fundamental basis of our existence. It is our duty to take care of this precious gift bestowed upon us by the Almighty. As humans, we have polluted this invaluable heritage through misuse. We must maintain its purity while preserving nature in its original form. Our actions should inspire others, not just our words. When our connection with the Supreme Being is established in every particle, and when we base our lives on this connection, we start to love every aspect of creation. Our endeavor should be to leave this earth in a more beautiful state when we depart from this world.

This event of 'Clean Water, Clean Mind' under Project Amrit was also organized in the Andaman & Nicobar Islands at the seashore area of Beodnabad Gram Panchayat, South Andaman, where a large number of volunteers and members of the Sewa Dal participated. In this cleanliness campaign, Mr. R. Paramasivam, the Pradhan of Beodnabad Gram Panchayat, along with the PRI members of Beodnabad Gram Panchayat, also actively participated. volunteers from all branches of Nirankari Mission located in South Andaman took participation in this campaign with dedication, enthusiasm and modesty. Additionally, the PRI members of Beodnabad Gram Panchayat also provided their full cooperation in this campaign. The volunteers collected glass bottles, plastic, garbage and waste material, more than one truck from the area.

At the end of the programme, the Pradhan, PRI members and villagers of Beodnabad Gram Panchayat praised the mission's commendable effort and also expressed their heartfelt gratitude to Satguru Mata ji for taking such an important step towards nature conservation through the beneficial project of water conservation and cleanliness. This is definitely a positive step for the upliftment of the society.