Mahatma Suresh Ji

Param Sant Mahatma Suresh Ji – Pujya Bhaiya Ji

The overall activities of Akhil Bhartiya Santmat Satsang are presently being conducted by its Sah-Sanrakshak Param Sant Sh. Suresh Ji (fondly known as Param Pujya Bhaiya Ji) under the patronage of Param Sant Mateshwari Roopwati Devi Ji (Param Pujya Mataji). Born and brought up in a pious family environment, the seeds of spiritualism were deeply rooted in Sh. Suresh Bhaiya Ji right since his childhood. He received the practical training of spiritual education under direct supervision of his respected father and spiritual master Param Sant Param Pujya Yashpal ji and developed the sense of selfless service (nishkam karma) under the guidance of his respected mother Param Pujya Mateshwari Roopwati Devi Ji. It is not surprising then why he should not be endowed with the glory and splendour of a spiritaul giant.

Born on 17th August, 1953 at Jabalpur, Param Sant Sh. Suresh Ji is an engineer by profession and is in Govt. service. At present he is posted in New Delhi before which his place of working has been Raibareli in U.P. True to the principles of ABSS, his head and hands are discharging the professional responsibilities with full dedication while his heart and soul are submerged completely into satsang and selfless service. Beyond his office hours, he is thinking and working for satsang to an extent that satsang has become a part and parcel of his life. To accomplish his duties towards ABSS with perfection, he has undertaken the difficult task of visiting numerous satsang centres spread over various parts of the country, meeting members of satsang family personally and acquainting himself with their problems relating to satsang and spiritual practice. Over this period many new satsang centres have been started and a large number of devoted aspirants have come into fold of ABSS. The only mission of Suresh Bhaiya ji’s life is to propagate the message of the ABSS and his Satgurudev to the sea of humanity so that they could march towards the sublime path of self-realization while discharging their worldly duties in an equally effective manner.

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