PARAMHANS BRAMHLEEN SANT HIRDARAM SAHIBJI (1906-2006)
A legendry human being, a noble soul and selfless charismatic person who dedicated his whole life serving the mankind, specially those who need support the most. A true visionary, he directed his magnanimous social work especially in the field of Health Care & Education.
Excellent health care units and educational institutions established in the sub – urban area of Bhopal erstwhile known as Bairagarh & later on re-named by the State Government, as “Sant Hirdaram Nagar”, are epitaphs of his great deeds. In various other parts of the country also many benevolent activities are being carried out. His spiritual power & moral ethos continue inspiring us to up hold his ideals & philosophy. The Service Philosophy of this great soul is mentioned here in simple words:
The Old, the Infirm & the Children are Loving forms of God.
Serve them with Heart & Soul and win Laurels of the Lord.
We bow our heads at his lotus feet and pay deep tributes to THIS GREAT SOUL.
Rev. Siddh Bhauji (SHRI HOTCHAND DHANWANI)
Successor and staunch disciple of Paramhans Santji Hirdaram Sahibji and Chairman Emeritus of SewaSadan Eye Hospital Trust, Rev. Siddh Bhauji is a person of all the qualities of head and heart. He is totally committed towards mission of his Guru, Paramhans Santji, that he leaves no stone unturned in inspiring the philanthropists all over the country and the world, in motivating the volunteers and in successfully completing the welfare projects and running benevolent activities. In fact, Paramhans Santji changed his name from Hotchand Dhanwani to ‘Siddh’ due to his qualities of being successful in every task he used to assign to him.
He commands respect and faith of innumerable donors across the world who generously donate for various welfare projects and benevolent activities particularly in the field of health and education. His motivation and guidance are at the back of the exemplary success of ventures undertaken by various organizations functioning as per Service Philosophy of the holy saint