The geographical situation in Kirpal Sagar is a supporting factor here. Kirpal Sagar lies in the Punjab, a region which was under the administration of the Mughal rulers since the 16th century. Previously, Hinduism with its innumerable forms was influential, less strongly also Buddhist influences. Again and again, equestrian peoples from Afghanistan and Mongolia came into the country via the Himalayan passes and enriched the culture, among other things. In the Punjab there were always strong movements, which emphasized the connecting between the different life drafts.
The Punjab is also the cradle of the Sikhs’ religion, whose founders spread the knowledge of their common roots not least by traveling to Arabia, Persia, Burma and southern India. After all, the British brought Christian influences to India, which is still noticeable today in the charitable sector as well as in education. Many large hospitals can be traced back to Christian mission hospitals. An example would be the Christian Medical College in Ludhiana, a city of millions, a large hospital with affiliated medical training. The Punjab is truly a melting pot of cultures and religions.
In addition to events and conferences on the common roots and unity of all people with the library, Kirpal Sagar offers the opportunity to trace this fundamental unity in various holy scriptures, biographies, religious and philosophical texts.