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Satguru Ravidass Maharaj Ji´s Holy Mission & Philosophy. 

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Ravidassia Dharam - Ravidassia Religion

Ravidassia Dharam After the martyrdom of Sant Rama Nand Ji entire Ravidassia community was agitated. They felt leaderless. For many years there was urge of Ravidassia community for a separate identity. Sant Rama Nand Ji had already pointed out in his speech delivered in the House of Commons, U.K on 28-03-2007 as below; “Now worldwide there is strong urge among Guru Ji’s followers of establishing a separate identity of their own. But the pre-requisites for any  people to establish a separate identity are-(i) Common Name, (ii) Common Guru, (ii) Common Place of Pilgrimage, (iv) Common Religious Book, (v) Common Religious Symbol and a (vi) Common method of  Salutation. It is for the intellectuals, thinkers

Principles of Ravidassia Religion

Our Guru - Satguru Ravidass Maharaj Ji

Our Religion - Ravidassia

Our Religious book - Amritbani Satguru Ravidass Maharaj Ji

Our Religious Symbol - Har

Our Salutation - Jai Gurudev

Our Ultimate Place of Pilgrimage - Shri Guru Ravidass Janam Asthan Mandir Seer Goverdhanpur Varanasi (UP)

Our Objectives - To propagate the Bani and teachings of Satguru Ravidass Ji. Besides, the teachings and thoughts of Maharishi Bhagwan Balmik Ji, Satguru Namdev Ji, Satguru Kabir Ji, Satguru Trilochan Ji, Satguru Sain Ji and Satguru Sadna Ji would would also be propagated.

To respect all religions, love the mankind and lead a virtuous life.

and various religious institutions to debate over these issues and take a well considered decision. The earlier it is done, better it will be for the community.” Now the slogan of separate identity was on everybody’s tongue. All had focused their eyes on Dera Sach Khand Bal. All the Sant Samaj was contacted by the Dera. Sant Surinder Dass Bawa Ji played a leading role in introducing separate religion and separate religious book. The Sant Samaj decided to launch Ravidassia Dharam and instal ‘Amrit Bani Satguru Ravidass Maharaj Ji’ as religious book. Accordingly, Ravidassia Dharam, ‘Amrit Bani Satguru Ravidass Maharaj Ji’ and Qaumi Nishaan HAR(i) were announced on 30th January 2010 in the presence of more than ten lakhs of devotees, from India and abroad,  on the auspicious occasion of 633rd  Guru Ravidass Jyanti Day at Shri Guru Ravidass Janam Asthan Mandir, Seer Govardhanpur, Varanasi. The entire Ravidassia community in India and abroad have welcomed the announcement of Ravidassia Religion and ‘Amrit Bani Satguru Ravidass Maharaj Ji’. All are thankful to the Sant Samaj for taking this historic decision. Liberty and dignity of Ravidassia qaum lies in Ravidassia Religion. Let us all follow our own religion in its true spirit.

Religion in England and Wales 2011

The British Ravidassia Community

Jai Gurudev Ji

Jo bole so nirbhay,Satguru Ravidass Maharaj ki Jai!

Heartiest congratulations to the Ravidassia Community Worldwide on the acceptance & Official registration of the Ravidassia Religion in England & Walesby U.K.’s Government, in Census 2011, Office for National Statistics. This was made possible with Satguru Ravidass Maharaj Ji’s blessings and awareness created by Dera Sachkhand Ballan thoughout the years in the U.K. and the hard work of the Roadshow-census board, the Diamonds of the Ravidassia Community: Shri Guru Ravidass Sabhawan, Sant Sarwan Dass Charitable Trust, Rai Karra Ji, Jetender Karra Ji, Biker Chauhan Ji, Atma Birdy Ji, Bholi Randhawa Ji, Amarjit Mall Ji, Tarsem Chauhan Ji, Mohan Lal Gaddu Ji, Sarwan Ram Domeli Ji, Raj Manak Ji, Om Parkash Bagha Ji (President, Bedford Bhawan), Sat Paul Ji (General Secretary, Bedford Bhawan) they went all around U.K. created awareness in cities: Bedford, Birmingham, Bradford, Coventry, Darlaston, Eastham, Gravesend, Hitchin & Letchworth, Leicester, Luton, Northampton, Southall, Telford, Wolverhampton, Walsall & Willenhall. The final 'Ravidassia Census 2011 Roadshow' was at the House of parliament.

Together with the grand total of 11,058 people who proudly declared themselves Ravidassia, they all together wrote History! The Ravidassia religion was passed in the Census Act by the UK government and came into force on 31st March 2010. Ravidassia religion will provide us Unity, a life full of harmony, the chance to contribute in serving the community and nation. We have our own identity now. We are no longer second-class citizens of any other religion. Our Martyrs will be remembered forever, and will never be forgotten by the upcoming generations. Every Ravidassia will be able to live his life with dignity, and succeed in his work. Our needs and wishes will be fulfilled in various fields: proper medicalcare, education, political rights and employement prospects. With thanks to every single Ravidassia who participated in Census 2011, we will have a very bright future. 

On the Left: The video of the celebration of our victory at KanshiTV studio on 11/12/2012.

Report by the Office for National Statistics.  Date: 11 December 2012

Changing picture of religious affiliation over last decade.

Religion in England and Wales 2011

Coverage: England and Wales

Geographical Area: Local Authority and County

Theme:                      Population

Theme:                      People and Places

The largest religion in the 2011 Census for England and Wales was Christianity with 33.2 million people (59.3 per cent of the population). Muslims were the next largest religious group with 2.7 million people (4.8 per cent of the population). 14.1 million people in England and Wales said they had no religion, around a quarter (25.1 per cent) of the population. Of the other main religious groups: 817,000 people identified themselves as Hindu (1.5 per cent of population); 423,000 people identified as Sikh (0.8 per cent); 263,000 people as Jewish (0.5 per cent) and 248,000 people as Buddhist (0.4 per cent). 240,000 people (0.4 per cent) identified with religions which did not fall into any of the main religious categories. The most common groups were Pagan and Spiritualist, accounting for 57,000 people and 39,000 people respectively. Some of the other higher reporting groups included Mixed Religion with 24,000 people, Jain with 20,000 people and >>>>Ravidassia with 11,058 people<<<< The religion question was the only voluntary question on the 2011 census and 7.2 per cent of people did not answer the question.

The next UK Religion-based census to take place will be conducted in year 2021, lets all take the pledge to tick other and write Ravidassia. Because we are worth it. Jai Gurudev Ji!

This is how it goes:
This is the previous census awareness video (of Year 2011),
the new video will be posted as soon as it comes out.

Feel free to send your messages, questions, suggestions & ideas
to the Ravidassia Census-Board Team anytime.

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