Sri Satguru Jagjit Singh Ji was one of the most important luminaries of Post Independent India. Revered as the supreme ‘ spiritual master of the Namdhari Sikhs, Satguru Ji promulgated not only spiritual emancipation but also economic and social up-liftment of the society.
Practising the life of a common Sikh, Satguru Ji endeared love for both children and the aged, touching the lives of everyone who came in touch with Him, humans, birds, animals or nature all alike. Making all of them His own. He made the soulful diet of ‘Naam-Bani’ and Indian Classical Music His own. Whenever Satguru Ji played the ‘Taous’ during Kirtan, the notes of ‘Anhad-Naad’ reverberated the environment.
His lucid recitation of the Gurbani brought forth not only the meaning but its significance as well. Following in the footsteps of Guru Nanak, Satguru Ji spread the teachings of universal harmony and brotherhood across the world, enhancing the honor and pride of Guru Gobind Singh Ji’s ‘ Khalsa and safeguarding the sacred tenets of daily life as established by Satguru Ram Singh Ji. Satguru Ji’s blessings continue to the light the path of mankind forever.