Radio Dhadrianwale is Launched
RADIO DHADRIANWALE LAUNCHED
Patiala, India – May 22nd, 2019 – Bhai Ranjit Singh Khalsa Dhadrianwale is a popular Sikh Preacher and motivational speaker known for his bold and reforming speeches. He built a sikh temple named "Gurdwara Parmeshar Dwar", at Patiala-Sangrur highway in Punjab state of India, earlier this decade and has been in news ever since. Dhadrianwale runs Parmeshar Dwar Gurmat Parchar Mission since 2005 and has gained tremendous popularity and support from the Sikh community. A site https://www.ParmesharDwar.in was launched in 2017 to showcase his preachings, speeches and Gurbani Kirtan events. Android and iOS mobile applications were already a huge success even before the launch of this website.
A Radio Station “Radio Dhadrianwale” is launched and added to ParmesharDwar Official Mobile Application in LIVE section. ParmesharDwar Official Mobile App is available at Google Play Store and Apple App Store.
Bhai Ranjit Singh Dhadrianwale is a popular figure in the Sikh community. He has been able to do draw people in large numbers with his message of universal brotherhood and social-spiritual uplift-ment. He is passionate to encourage Sikh community to live on teachings of Sikh Gurus rather than just reciting the Baani. According to him “Sikhism encourages to live a truthful life, by implementing divine wisdom inscribed in Gurbani”. His passion have been stirring many fake and orthodox groups who don’t like his revolutionary yet truthful preachings.
http://www.Baani.Net is independently responsible for development of https://www.ParmesharDwar.in and official mobile applications for Dhadrianwale. It is a leading media broadcasting network for the Sikh community that carry news stories and updates for the entire Sikh community. The aim of the Dhadrianwale Radio is to keep their membership up to date with all their happenings, festivals, ceremonies and to air the highlights of events.
For more information on the Parmeshar Dwar Gurmat Parchar Mission and Dhadrianwale, visit: https://www.parmeshardwar.in/
They are located at Patiala-Sangrur Highway, Patiala Punjab 147201, INDIA and may be contacted at:Phone: +91 9872600107, +91 9464900028
Donate for ParmesharDwar
Send your donations for Sewa and Projects being done by ParmesharDwar Gurmat Parchar Charitable Mission. Use the number below to send using PayTM or Google Pay.
Radio Dhadrianwale 24x7
Listen latest kirtan 24x7 by Bhai Ranjit Singh Ji Khalsa Dhadrianwale
Dhadrian wale Mobile Apps
"Bhai Ranjit Singh is a mahapursh or yug-parvartak in the real sense of the term"
My request to Bhai Ranjit Singh Ji to dissuade Sikhs from indulging in ever increasing practice of people putting a lot of money in the hands of the granthi offering ardas to make a special ardas for them for this purpose or that as if the granthi is the commission agent of God. The granthis are doubling /trebling these hefty sums of ill-gotten money by lending it on mind-boggling rates of interest to the very people who gave it to him as ardas! The foolish prople still cannot understand the game and this vicious circle goes on and on. If this malpractice is not checked the day is not far away when all the lands of the villagers will be purchased by such greedy granthis and all the farmers will be forced to act as granthis' farm laborers. Equally deplorable is the bhedchal of each visitor to offer a ten rupee note to any tom, dick or harry performing kirtan (the offering is made even before he even starts the kirtan and even after he has stopped it!!) The list of such foolish mockeries is too long to be listed in one email. Bhai Ranjit Singh Ji doing the most wonderful service to Sikhism (humanism actually) by exposing such mockeries in boldest possible manner. I bow in reverence to his greatness. He is a mahapursh (rather yug-parvartak) in the real sense of the term. May God bless him with a long life so that he may clean the mud of ignorance and superstitions in which Sikhism has drowned neckdeep. Yours sincerely Balvinder Singh
_ Balvinder Singh, Kaithal - India
Got something to share? Write us now!