Sacha Sauda is not a new religion, cult, sect or wave. Sacha Sauda is that spiritual activity by which God is worshiped under the guidance of the Satguru. This path of God realization has been coming down ages since the earliest times. Many saints and seers incarnated in this mortal world and inspired us to do this Sacha Sauda and became the guiding lights of spirituality. These saints and seers were knowers of this supreme science and tried to make this mystical subject easy for the common man. One such torchbearer of spirituality was Beparwah Shah Mastana Ji Maharaj who did the most noble of services to mankind by establishing in 1948 the spiritual college of Dera Sacha Sauda in order to save people from the complexities, malpractices and superficial rituals that had been afflicting religion and for the salvation of souls.

What is Dera Sacha Sauda?

Dera Sacha Sauda is a spiritual institution based in Sirsa, Haryana. A method of meditation that has come down ages through a tradition of saints and that truly puts man on the path that leads to God is taught here free of cost. The method is very simple, yet extremely effective. One gains in self-confidence with the practice of it. Peace of mind in its truest sense, which is difficult to attain to in today’s world, is another benefit of its practice. Also, regular and diligent practice of this meditation helps in the cure of many of today’s deadly diseases like cancer, heart ailments, asthma, rheumatoid arthritis, diabetes, high/low blood pressure, etc. Millions have tested and derived benefit from this meditation. The ashram owns large agricultural lands around it and extensive farming is done on it through hard labour. The money earned through the harvest is used in the welfare of mankind and to run the organization. There are more than 3,50,00,000 people around the world who are followers of this institution. Dera Sacha Sauda is an incomparable example of love, brotherhood, and goodwill between different communities and religions.



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