Ludhiana, September 14, 2015: An inauguration and a book release ceremony were organised by Ramgarhia Educational Council and the principal and staff members of Ramgarhia Sr.Sec.School. The occasion was marked by the presence of Baba Baljinder Singh ji Rarha Sahib Wale. S.Ranjodh Singh, President, S.Jagtar Singh, General Secretary, Ramgarhia Educational Council and Mr.Ashok Tondon, Principal, Ramgarhia Sr.Sec.School, extended a warm welcome to the prominent guest. Baba Baljinder Singh ji inaugurated “Bhai Lalo Auditorium” and afterwards released a unique miniature Gutka Sahib, “Nitnem and Sukhmani Sahib,” published by Wisdom Collection, an imprint of G. S. Distribution. While addressing the assemblage, Baba ji said that by naming the auditorium after Bhai Lalo, the council has not only paid reverence to the true disciple of Guru Nanak but also to the virtues that he epitomized. He also congratulated S. Ranjodh Singh on coming up with the innovative idea of publishing an easy to carry miniature Gutka Sahib. S. Ranjodh Singh averred that the size of the book is one and a half inch by two inches and can be carried conveniently. He added that despite the small size, the book is highly readable. While talking about the new auditorium, he said that Bhai Lalo was a man whose conduct was marked by honesty and humility and by naming the hall after him; the council has expressed its regard for him. S. Jagtar Singh also said that the students should take a leaf out of the book of Bhai Lalo and never stray from the path of truthfulness and sincerity. He further appreciated the new publication venture of Wisdom Collection which, by dint of its size, can enable the devotees to recite the name of God even while travelling. Principal, Mr. Ashok Tondon, lauded the efforts put in by the publication house in compiling Nitnem and Sukhmani Sahib in the form of a small book which is both beautiful and readable. He also said that the auditorium will be of immense use to the school as it would make the organisation of bigger events convenient. S. Nirpal Singh (Overlock), who donated Rs. 5 lakh for the construction of the auditorium, and S. Gurdev Singh, Nasik, were also honoured on the occasion for their selfless service to the society.
Monday, September 14, 2015