By Fred Maingi
It was cheers and dance as Amanda Marga Mission in Kenya celebrated the 100th Anniversary of their spiritual leader Shri Pr Sarkar aka Shrii Anadamurtijii.
The event held at the Nairobi Mountain view main headquarters at Waiyaki way was marked with song and dance with Chairman of the mission Dinesh Kumar distributing Blankets to the less privileged members of the society based in Kangemi and surrounding areas.
In his speech,Kumar said there is always joy in giving out than receiving since the reward comes back with abundant blessings.
“If we can have the spirit to make decisions,we will achieve our goals.We are here for a certain period of time. We ave to help our brothers and sisters to achieve their goals in life.They should not feel their careers are wasted.People are suffering,not due to social economics but due to lack of immorality” he said.
Kumar nicknamed “Baba” due to his fatherly love and generosity lauded the missions spiritual leader (Shri Pr Sarkar aka Shrii Anadamurtijii) for providing the philosophy practice for the development of human being.
“Our society,he added,is divided on cast, race and religion.community attacking another community. The rich and poor are in two different sides.Our spiritual leader whom we are celebrating gave us guidelines in the field of media,culture, medicine and spiritual matters through social media and other platforms .If we can have the spirit to make decisions,we will achieve our goals”.
Flanked by one of the missions partner Nitin Harania,Kumar observed that for one to achieve his/her goals ,should have goals in their life’s.
Harania along with other speakers praised Kumar for changing the lives of many vulnerable children’s and the less fortunates.
Irene Njoroge who has served in the mission for the last 20 years as a social worker described Dinesh Kumar as a God send Angel to the suffering masses in Kangemi and surrounding areas.
“He has never relented in helping the poor,orphans and the vulnerable children even during the current biting Corona pandemic. We thank him and ask other well wishers to emulate him.”She noted.
Every Sunday,the Amanda Marga mission offers food distribution program to 3,000 people that include 1500 widows and those with disabilities along with similar number of children.