126th Jalsa Salana of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community to be held in Qadian
A Spiritual gathering that aims for Inter Religious Peace & Harmony
The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community India is holding its 126th Jalsa Salana (Annual Convention) in its country’s headquarter Qadian, Dist. Gurdaspur, Punjab on 24th to 26th December 2021.
130 years ago, in 1891 the founder of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad of Qadian, the Promised Messiah, by the command of God initiated this spiritual event to promote Inter-Religious Peace & Harmony. This year marks the 126th Anniversary of this Spiritual Jalsa.
The Objective of this Jalsa is to present the pure, pristine and peaceful teachings of Islam. Likewise to call people towards their creator, to develop love, affection and compassion among the creations of God, to promote brotherhood are among the noble objectives of this Jalsa. This Jalsa has unique and distinguished status in terms of its nature and History.
This Jalsa is totally a spiritual gathering in which people from all over the country put back their worldly interests and take part in this spiritual convention for the sake of God with the hardship of travelling from far-flung areas.
This year, in view of the epidemic situation, only a limited number of guests are attending this annual convention and all COVID guidelines set by Indian government are being strictly followed.
This 3 days gathering will feature speeches that will move man on the path of moral and spiritual progress. Everyone who attend this Jalsa Salana feels a sense of religious freshness within themselves and returns fresh in terms of moral.
The Message which the Ahmaidyya Muslim Community India conveys through this gathering is that Man should turn towards his creator and the principle “Love for All Hatred for None” should be followed and all men should unite together for the benefit and uplift of mankind.