Entries by Nadja Wahl

In Remembrance of Dr. Harbhajan Singh

It has been twenty-five years that we took leave of Dr. Harbhajan Singh, but still he is very close. His picture is reflected in Kirpal Sagar, which he built together with his wife Biji Surinder Kaur in the name of Sant Kirpal Singh. He himself used to say: “Kirpal Sagar is my heart. Who knows […]

Kirpal Sagar in April 2020

The corona crisis reached India somewhat later than in other countries, and the government is trying to stop the spread of the virus with a radical curfew. This has created a whole chain of repercussions, affecting not only the migrant workers in the cities, about whom the western media has reported a lot, but also […]

Celebrations in March 2020

Celebrations of Biji Surinder Kaur’s 80th birthday On the occasion of Biji Surinder Kaur‘s 80th birthday, many people from East and West gathered in Kirpal Sagar on March 10. The programme started at ten o’clock at the place where Biji had held her last address on March 10, 2016. Recordings of Satsang lectures revived remembrances. […]

Kirpal Sagar in spring

In mid-January, fires shine out in the darkness across the Punjab marking the beginning of Spring and the end of the Winter cold. They are all part of Lohri, the name given to celebration reminiscent of a harvest festival, and later, in Spring, the Basant Panchami event is celebrated by kite flying, both of which […]

Festivities on Dr. Harbhajan Singh’s birthday 2019

This December 6th – 10th, Dr. Harbhajan Singh’s birthday was celebrated with a colourful programme at Kirpal Sagar. Part of it included a three-day volleyball tournament which has become a tradition in recognition of the importance he held for students and their sporting activities. 16 teams participated in this year’s event representing sports schools and […]

Kirpal Sagar in October and November 2019

The months of October and November bring with them celebration of the Divali festival, Guru Nanak’s birthday and Kirpal Sagar founding day, the latter regularly celebrated on November 16th. The Divali festival of lights and peace is celebrated by almost everyone in India and coincides with the new moon which, this year, was the end […]

News August – September 2019

Agricultural Pilot Project As reported in March, a model project in alternative agriculture had been started on four hectares of land in Kirpal Sagar. Teak trees, fruit trees and vegetables have since been planted in a special sequence in order to increase agricultural yields on a small area. The plants were placed in a special […]

Vaisakhi in Kirpal Sagar

Vaisakhi, the spring harvest festival of the Sikhs, usually takes place around April 14th. It is one of most important holidays in Punjab. On this day, Guru Gobind Singh, the tenth Guru of the Sikhs, chose his five most devoted disciples (the Panch Piara) and created the Khalsa Panth, the exemplary moral way of living […]

Celebrations March 10th to 19th, 2019

The days from March 10th to the 19th are always a special time in Kirpal Sagar, reminding us how close joy and sadness can be in life. March 10th is the birthday of Biji Surinder Kaur, who built Kirpal Sagar at the behest of Sant Kirpal Singh together with her husband, Dr. Harbhajan Singh. March […]

Land service – good agriculture for everyone

In Kirpal Sagar, “land service” is understood as the task of conserving natural resources and developing circulation systems that lead to sustainable agriculture. Good solutions should above all benefit farmers in the surrounding area. Kirpal Sagar sees itself as responsible for contributing to the development of the surrounding villages and the region, fighting poverty and […]