On Guru Arjun Dev Ji’s martyrdom day, Jamshedpur Ekta Manch alleviates summer heat with Chhabil, honoring his teachings through humanitarian service.
Jamshedpur – The Jamshedpur Ekta Manch, located at Tinplate Chowk, set a fine example of brotherhood today on the occasion of Guru Arjun Dev Ji’s martyrdom day, providing respite to passers-by and devotees from the sweltering summer heat.
As people around the world are devoted to performing humanitarian services today, the Jamshedpur Ekta Manch continues its annual tradition.
They set up Chhabil (water stalls), offering relief from the intense heat to countless passers-by and devotees alike, who were grappling with the humidity.
In addition, Mahaprasad, grams, and a variety of chilled sherbet were distributed to soothe parched throats, embodying the spirit of humanitarian service.
In serving their fellow humans, the members of the Jamshedpur Ekta Manch upheld the words, ideology, and principles of Guru Arjun Dev Ji, demonstrating their commitment to humanitarianism.
The act of service effectively paid homage to Guru Arjun Dev Ji on his martyrdom day, with everyone coming together to honor his legacy.