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Maharaj Jagat Singh Medical Relief Society


Maharaj Jagat Singh Medical Relief Society (MJSMRS) was established as a registered Society in November 1978, with its office at Dera Baba Jaimal Singh, Beas, Punjab. One of the objectives of the Society is to provide free medical care primarily through three multi-specialty hospitals, which are located in geographic areas in northern India that lack adequate public or private medical services. The aim of these hospitals is to provide high-quality medical care with love and devotion, completely free of charge, without any distinction of caste, creed, religion, colour, or economic status.

The largest of these hospitals are: the Maharaj Sawan Singh Charitable Hospital, Beas (Punjab), Maharaj Charan Singh Charitable Hospital, Sikanderpur (Haryana), and Bhota Charitable Hospital, Bhota (Himachal Pradesh).




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Labour of Love: The Maharaj Sawan Singh Charitable Hospital

 

“A hospital that treats the human being, not just the disease.” This was the underlying rationale for the
250-bed primary care hospital in Beas designed and built by sevadars under the inspiration and leadership of Hazur Maharaj Charan Singh.

Labour of Love documents the planning and construction of the hospital, and illustrates the functioning of its various departments. Photographs illustrate all aspects of the construction and operation of the hospital, while the text provides the philosophical foundation as well as the relevant technical data. The book ends with a short overview of the seva and love embodied in the smaller Sikanderpur (Haryana) and Bhota (Himachal Pradesh) hospitals.