Business Wire India
To commence year long celebration of living master and spiritual guru Rev. Dada J.P. Vaswani's centenary birthday, an inspirational evening was hosted by Sadhu Vaswani Mission at DOME, NSCI, Mumbai on December 18 from 6 pm. The show was hosted by renowned actor Boman Irani, eclectic Sufi and devotional performance by famous Bollywood singer Kailash Kher enriched the evening mood, and a spiritual dialogue between celebrity host Karan Johar and an Indian non-sectarian spiritual leader Dada J.P. Vaswani was the soul of the evening. An Art exhibition also displayed the 100 years of life and immortal teachings of Dada Vaswani which preceded a spiritual evening.
Blissful address made by Dada J.P. Vaswani mesmerized the audience on the floor, conquering the hearts of his millions of fans across the globe. A very strong message 'to drop off ego' from one's life to obtain peace and happiness was expressed straight from his heart. He did enlighten the followers to indulge deeply in prayers and meditation to communicate with one's inner soul and connect with God. The spiritual message preached was a true learning and abundance of blessings from living legend.
To name few of his key followers like Dr Niranjan Hiranandani, Manju Nicchani, and Hinduja brothers felicitated Dada J.P. Vaswani with immense gratitude and sought his blessings. To one's surprise, Dada was paid a tribute by an artist with his painting on this memorable occasion. The event concluded with contented Vote of thanks expressed by Dr Niranjan Hiranandani.
Spiritual Guru J.P. Vaswani
, fondly known as 'Dada', has been a beacon of love for one's fellow citizens, and we are privileged to have been touched by his teachings, said Dr Niranjan Hiranandani
. "Dada has lived his life through the message of love," he said, adding that the spiritual leader's vision towards nation-building and towards the welfare of the downtrodden, his personality and his core message for peace were worth emulating. "India's youth should be inspired by Dada's life and message," said Dr Niranjan Hiranandani.