Dr. Balak Ram Kashyap Ji Merges Into Eternal Abode

Dr. Balak Ram Kashyap Ji Zonal Incharge Guna
Merges Into Eternal Abode

Dr. Balak Ram Kashyap Ji, Zonal Incharge, Sant Nirankari Mandal in Guna, Madhya Pradesh merged into his eternal abode on April 5, 2019. He was 84.

Dr. Balak Ram Kashyap Ji Merges Into Eternal Abode

In order to pay tributes and take inspiration from his life and long association with the Sant Nirankari Mission, a special congregation was organized in Guna. While Zonal Incharge Banda, Uttar Pradesh, Dr. Darshan Singh Ji presided, the Zonal Incharge Indore, Shri R.S. Nagpal Ji and Zonal Incharge Jabalpur, Shri Navneet Nagpal Ji also participated in the congregation, attended by a large number of devotees from Guna as well as other branches in the Zone.

Dr. Kashyap was born in the family of Shri Kedarnath Ji and Smt. Radhabai Ji in Ambala Cantt. (Haryana) on March 15, 1935. After receiving education upto post-graduation, he joined National Fertilizers Ltd., at Nangal in Punjab, a well-known Public Sector undertaking where he rose up to the rank of Deputy Chief Vigilance Officer. From Nangal, he was promoted as Chief Vigilance Officer and posted in the same organization at Vijaypur near Guna.

Dr. Kashyap was an eloquent public speaker in English and Hindi and well known practitioner in Homeopathy. He also became a popular social worker in and around Guna.

Dr. Kashyap received Brahm Gyan in March 1974 from Rev Sumer Singh Sagar Ji while at Nangal. He participated in congregations regularly. At Guna also he contacted Shri Naresh Uppal, Pramukh and actively participated in the Mission’s activities. He inspired many people from Vijaypur and other areas to receive Brahm Gyan.

Dr. Kashyap was blessed by Baba Hardev Singh Ji on November 18, 2006 with the permission to award Brahm Gyan on his behalf. Since Dr. Kashyap had retired from service by that time, he became all the more active to spread the message of the Mission far and wide. On May 6, 2009 he was made Zonal Incharge Guna, the responsibility he carried out till the last breath of his life.

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