Rev. Santosh Chadha Ji, Zonal Incharge, West Delhi Completes Her Journey Blissfully

Rev. Santosh Chadha Ji, Zonal Incharge, West Delhi
Completes Her Journey Blissfully


Rev. Santosh Chadha Ji, Sanyojak of Avtar Enclave and Zonal Incharge of West Delhi (S.N.M) wife of Rev. Khem Raj Chadha Ji, Chairman CP&AB, Sant Nirankari Mandal relinquished her physical form and merged into Nirankar at 9 p.m. on 9th June, 2019. She was 83.

After an Antim Darshan at Sant Nirankari Satsang Bhawan, Avtar Enclave, New Delhi, the body was cremated at CNG Crematorium Punjabi Bagh, New Delhi. The Bhog ceremony was held at Sant Nirankari Satsang Bhawan, Avtar Enclave and was presided by Rev. H.S. Chawla Ji, Zonal Incharge, Ludhiana. It was attended by Rev. Ramit Chandna Ji, CP & AB Members, EC Members and a number of Zonal Incharges and many saints from all over the country.

Rev. Santosh Ji was born on 11th June, 1936 in the family of Dilbagh Shah Kohli and Vidhya Rani. After her marriage with Khem Raj Chadha Ji on 19 May, 1950 she was blessed with 4 sons; Anil, Sunil, Surinder and Vivek. All four sons along with their spouses and children are selflessly involved in the services of the Mission.

She was spiritually enlightened and blessed with Gyan in 1950 in the city of Mathura by Shehanshah Baba Avtar Singh Ji. Since, then she was a very dedicated devotee of the mission and with spontaneity started preaching the message further.

She was given the duty of a Gyan Pracharak on 17 December, 1977 and was actively involved in the mission’s activities and Prachar.

Rev. Santosh Ji’s devotion and surrenderance led her to write Geets and poetry in the praise of Almighty Nirankar. She ‘Pen’ named herself ‘Kamli’. Apart from being an efficient housewife, a responsible mother and a doting grandmother, Rev. Santosh Chadha Ji was an epitome of faith and devotion. Her life was a living example of accepting life as it is. Her compassion and empathy towards each and every saint touched everyone on day to day basis. A very simple, sober and saintly person, who would feel other people’s pain and happiness from within.

She inspired all to trust His will and to surrender to the Divine. Any problem for her had only a single solution; Trust in God. Rising beyond her physical pain she would never miss a single day’s morning Sangat and inspired others with her commitment and zeal to be in the company of saints.

She breathed her last doing Sumiran and merged with Almighty Nirankar completing her journey as per the will of the Almighty.

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