‘Brahmalin’ Shri Satua Baba dedicated his life to public welfare: Yogi Adityanath

Varanasi: Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Friday attended the ceremony held in honour of Shri Satua Baba on his 10th death anniversary and paid rich tributes. On behalf of the people of the state, the CM offered ‘Brahmalin’ Yamunacharya Satua Baba his humble homage.

The Chief Minister referred to the sixth Satua Baba as a flag bearer of social welfare and religious awakening initiatives.

The Chief Minister said that saints devote their entire lives for the welfare of people. Their devotion to the wellbeing of people, other living things, and the pastoral world distinguishes them from the rest of society.

“The sixth ‘Pujya’ Swami Yamunacharya Maharaj Satua Baba appeared in Kashi and carried forward the programs of public welfare,” he said.

The Chief Minister stated that a person’s identity is formed based on their work. “The land of Kashi is very special. This land is blessed by Maa Ganga, protected by Kaal Bhairav, and blessed by Baba Vishwanath. The person who arrived here experienced that. All around the world, the wisdom and teachings of Lord Buddha that he imparted at Kashi have attained immortality. Anyone who visited Kashi gained new heights. In the unique lineage of such respected saints, Satua Baba also belonged.”

The Chief Minister appreciated the seventh Satua Baba Mahant Santosh Das for taking forward the work of ‘Goseva’, culture and public welfare of his Guru the sixth Satua Baba.

Union Minister Sarbananda Sonowal, Transport Minister Dayashankar Singh, AYUSH Minister Dayashankar Mishra, MLAs Dr. Neelkanth Tiwari, Saurabh Srivastava and Dr. Awadhesh Singh, along with a large number of saints and officials of ‘Kashi Vidvat Parishad’ attended the ceremony.

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