CM lays foundation stone for Heavenly Path’sHerbal Medical & Spiritual Healing Centre

“FACILITY WILL BENEFIT ALL OF SIKKIM”


Aaron Rai

Namchi, 17 Jan: Chief Minister PS Tamang today laid the foundation stone of “Meditation Amasya Healing Center,” a herbal medical and spiritual healing centre at of the Heavenly Path Organisation here at Nandugaon under his constituency, Poklok Kamrang, in South Sikkim. The head of the Heavenly Path

Organisation, revered by his followers as “Guru Hajur Master God Angel” joined the ceremony through a video message, the ongoing pandemic not making his travel to the venue possible. The CM too rued the

fact that the Covid pandemic had kept the HPO head away from what he held up as a historic event.

In his message, he expressed gratitude towards the CM for green flagging the project and expressed

confidence that the project would prove beneficial for all of Sikkim. The complex, being developed by the

Tourism & Civil Aviation Department will be spread over a lavish 4.78 acres and include facilities like a Lovism Herbal Garden, Nirvanik Ashram, Aamasha Healing Centre, quarters, a multipurpose hall and other amenities. In his address, the CM remarked that the Heavenly Path Organizationis has been

making incomparable contributions to the Sikkimese society and shared that he has seen the struggle the organization and its followers have gone through in the State and has felt their pain. The situation has changed with the SKM Government, he remarked, while adding the facility for which the foundation stone was laid today would prove beneficial to all Sikkimese. Accusing his predecessor of having

divided Sikkim on religious and community lines, he stated that the Sikkim Krantikari Morcha has always been blessed by Master God Angel. He announced that the State Government will bring Master God Angel to Sikkim and applauded the organization’s philosophy of “Lovism,” which he remarked was a ‘Sarva Dharma’ which extends equal treatment to all religions and thereby serves mankind and humanity at large. About the project the Chief Minister urged the Tourism & Civil Aviation Department to modify and include all facilities required by this complex and develop it as an exemplary model for healing in the state. He added that an Akhand Jyoti will also be built if land was available. Tourism Minister, BS Pant, in his address, remarked the complex will contribute towards the development of the entire constituency and bring religious tourism to it.