A group of 115 beautiful children along with teachers and organisers, all of Islamic Faith from Spring Buds Educational Institution, Ompora, have travelled from the farthest Kashmir Valley to the Valley Of Supreme Peace, Prasanthi Nilayam offering salutations to the Master Supreme Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba. Feasting the occasion of their 2-day camp in Prasanthi Nilayam, the group of students, both girls and boys, presented a beautiful session of meaningful Kashmiri spiritual songs at the Sanctum Sanctorum this evening in Prasanthi Nilayam.
Girls began singing Elim Ke Noor Se Koi Mahroom Na Reh Jaye... meaning, Truth Is Light and None Should Be Kept Away From The Light Of Knowledge that was followed by a piece by the boys wing, Aes Chi Aashik Gindinikh Aashiq...A final song by the combined girls turned out to be magically nostalgic, melodious and philosophical, reflecting greater faith in the Almighty. It echoed, tell your troubles that our God Is All Mighty and the song was 'Yeh Mat Kaho Khuda Se Meri Mushkilen Badi Hai...In Mushkilon Se Kehdo Mera Khuda Bada Hai...'.
Earlier, the session commenced with an introductory address by Mr Maninder Singh, Vice President, SSSSO, Punjab, who introduced the children from the valley to the evening assemblage. Sri Shiv Kumar Sharma, State President, SSSSO - J & K then welcomed the special guests, saying it is Bhagawan's Will that has brought these beautiful children to the precincts of Prasanthi. Two students from the school, Ms Muskan Latif and Mr Nasir Ahmed, both from class 10, then addressed the devotees speaking of their exciting, lovely, learning experiences during the epochal spiritual-educational tour. They were reflections of self-confidence, love and gratitude. SSSSO, Punjab along with J & K have organised this spiritual-educational tour of 'Bharat Darshan', covering Amritasar and Prasanthi Nilayam. Children had a stopover at Amritsar visiting the Golden Temple and historic monument of Jallianwala Bagh.
Addressing the special guests, All India President of SSSSO, Sri Nimish Pandya enumerated in detail the legend of the affectionate bond between the Sai fraternity and the Spring Buds School that blossomed during the 2014 flood relief programme in the valley organised by the SSSSO. Welcoming the children, speaking with great love and affection, Sri Nimish Pandya said, in the now, if we spend out life in unconditional love, our future is sure to be safe. Destiny is in hands and thus we need to think big, echoed the AIP. Hoping that the young blossoming hearts will become the torch-bearers of peace in the valley, he extended absolute cooperation in their bid for peace. We are together bound by the Divine Love Of Divinity.
Kashmir will return to its pristine glory, echoed the sentiments in the immediate Divine OmniPresence this evening, in Prasanthi Nilayam.