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Sant Isher Singh Ji
For nearly half a century, Sant Isher Singh Ji preached the Guru's message not only in India but also all around the world.

In 1949 he went on a 13 months expedition to Africa. There he gratified the spiritual needs of the Sikh congregation with lucid explanation of the Gurbani, interspersed with his melodious, captivating and soul lifting recitals (the 'Dharnas').

After returning to Punjab, he continued his mission by holding annual congregations (the Diwans). Devotees from various villages would converge to a central point. Vast open spaces in the cities also got grace by the congregations, he addressed.

Each string of congregation would be rounded off with 'Amrit Sanchar' (baptism into Sikhism). His soulful sermons motivated about six hundred thousand people to partake the 'Amrit' (the holy nectar).

On this very mission, to propagate Sikhism he also visited England in 1974 and 1975. Sadly on 26th August 1975, while sitting in meditation in Wolverhampton, England, he left the world for heavenly abode.

The body was brought to India and on 1st September 1975 it was submerged in the river Sutlej at Gurdwara Bibhaur Sahib (where Guru Gobind Singh Ji composed 'Chaupai').

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