CT University marks 551 Guru Nanak by organising webinar on ‘Nanak Tan Sanjha Pir Hai’

CT Varsity conducts international webinar under the flagship of established Guru Nanak Chair

CT University marks 551 Guru Nanak by organising webinar on ‘Nanak Tan Sanjha Pir Hai’

Ludhiana: CT University in association with Seva Sankalp Society, Kavita Katha Kaarvaan and Panj Daria (Media House, United Kingdom) on the auspicious occasion of Guru Nanak Jayanti, under the flagship of ‘Guru Nanak Chair’ organised an International online event based on ‘Nanak tan sanjha pir hai’. The panellists discussed about the grateful doings of sikh religion’s first Guru, Shri Guru Nanak Dev Ji and marked the 551st birth anniversary.

The event was graced by the panellists named Dr Tara Singh Aalam, South Hall, United Kingdom; Mandeep Khurmi, Glosgow, United Kingdom; Dr Sarabjit Singh, Sukrit Trust; Sarabjot Kaur, Professor and Jaspreet Kaur Falak, President, Kavita Katha Karvaan.

The topics for the discussion were Nanak Tan Sanjha Pir Hai, Nanak Baani ch Saanjhivalta, Guru Nanak dev Ji da Vand k Chako Sankalp, Vishav Sarkar ate Guru Nanak Darshan, Guru Nanak Ate Naari Sashaktikaran. Also, a religious song was presented by Dr Tara Singh Aalam and Gurbachan Singh Gill. The event was moderated by Dr Rajinder Singh Sahil.

Dr Sarabjit Singh, Sukrit Trust, Ludhiana, has started a project ‘Saade Viaah, Saade Bhog, Na Chinta Na Rog’ and also is very active in spreading the message by Shri Guru Nanak Dev Ji ‘Vand Chakko’. He said, people are always behind donating but the main teaching by Guru was not giving rather it was ‘sharing’. If I have something extra, I can give and if someone has something more, they can share with the needy. This is not a one to one process; this is a huge cycle where the society can benefit on whole. Now, rich are getting richer and poor are getting poorer. This has to brought to an end if we follow Guru’s teaching of sharing.

Dr Jagtar Singh Dhiman, Registrar, CT University said, “Guru Nanak Dev Ji, the founder of Sikhism and the first of the 10 Sikh Gurus, lived an eventful life full of wisdom. His teachings focused on saving women, saving environment, pray, believe in brotherhood, etc. In this era of Covid19, we need his teachings to stay positive and respect life.”