The Sarovar is the centre and the heart of Kirpal Sagar. The name actually refers to the oval-shaped pool in the middle of which stands the building with its four symbols. In general, however, this also refers to the entire site, which is surrounded by four corner buildings.
Each building contains the Holy Scriptures which correspond to the symbols thereon – the Guru Granth Sahib of the Sikhs, the Ramayana of the Hindus, the Bible and the Koran. During certain celebrations, these scriptures are recited and worship can be held there as well. Every religion is respected in Kirpal Sagar, but no particular religion is taught.
A marble walkway, called ‘Parkarma’ leads around the Sarovar, by the corner buildings.
These are open to all visitors who are invited to discover the commonality between all the different religious traditions. You will find candles, little lamps, or oil lamps everywhere, which point to the inner light. In the Hindu area one rings a bell when entering. While in Christianity one rather knows the church tower bells, in addition, the bells of the altar boys from the worship services – both are references to the inner sound.