India Click on each photo to view a large version with captions. Baba Gurpal Singh Ji, at left, did kirtan programs and amrit sanchar in Doaba (Punjab, India). Sant Waryam Singh Ji was happy to see this seva and gave a saropa (haar bhet). Deg Teg Mission Charitable Trust sends food and other supplies offered to victims of the Gujrat floods. Sant Waryam Singh Ji Sant Waryam Singh Ji Baba Gurpal Singh Ji farming on gurdwara grounds Pyare Daya Singh Public School in U.P., India Baba Gurpal Singh Ji was installed as mukh sevadar (i.e. the head person in charge of selfless service). In this photo from March 18, 1991, his dastaar (turban) is formally tied. Baba Gurdeep Singh Ji, 2nd from the left, the mukh sevadar (i.e. the head person in charge of selfless service) of Gurdwara Isher Prakash Khubia Nangal, and Baba Gurpal Singh Ji, 2nd from the right, the mukh sevadar Gurdwara Isher Prakash Swalepur. After giving them this seva and after their dastaars (turbans) were formally tied, Sant Waryam Singh Ji and Sant Mata Ranjit Kaur are shown here giving their blessings. March 18, 1991. Pyare Daya Singh Public School in U.P., India Baba Gurpal Singh Ji, one of the panj pyares (at far right). Baba Gurpal Singh Ji and family with Sant Mata Ranjit Kaur Baba Gurpal Singh Ji blessed by Sant Mata Ranjit Kaur Baba Malkit Singh Ji Patthe Wale, at the left, with Baba Gurpal Singh Ji. Sant Waryam Singh Ji, at the left, was pleased by the seva (selfless service) and gave saropa (haar bhet) to Baba Gurpal Singh Ji.