|Real Name||Savinder Kaur|
|Other Name||Rev Mata Savinder Hardev|
|Famous For||Being the 5th Guru of Sant Nirankari Mission
|Date of Birth||12 January 1957|
|Date of Death||5 August 2018|
|Place of Death||Sant Nirankari Satsang Bhawan, Sant Nirankari Colony in Burari, Delhi|
|Age (at the time of death)||61 Years|
|Death Cause||Chronic Illness|
|Zodiac sign/Sun sign||Capricorn|
|Hometown||Farrukhabad, Uttar Pradesh, India|
|School||Convent of Jesus and Mary, Waverley, Mussoorie|
|College/University||Daulat Ram College, Delhi|
|Educational Qualification||12th Standard (College Dropout)|
|Address||Sant Nirankari Satsang Bhawan, Sant Nirankari Colony in Burari, Delhi|
|Boys, Affairs, and More|
|Marital Status (at the time of death)||Widowed|
|Marriage Date||14 November 1975|
|Husband/Spouse||Baba Hardev Singh (m. 1975-till his death in 2016)
Daughters- Renuka, Sudiksha, Samta
|Parents||Father- Manmohan Singh
Mother- Amrit Kaur
Foster Father- Gurmukh Singh
Foster Mother- Madan Kaur
|Car Collection||Toyota Land Cruiser Prado
|Net Worth||Not Known|
Some Lesser Known Facts About Mata Savinder Hardev
- Mata Savinder Hardev was born into a middle-class Sikh family of Delhi.
- After her birth, her parents moved to Yamuna Nagar, but was later adopted by her childless relatives, Shri Gurmukh Singh and Madan Mata of Farrukhabad, Uttar Pradesh.
- She was a bright student and consistently scored above 90% in every examination.
- Though she was enrolled in Daulat Ram College, Delhi for higher education, she left her studies midway and got married to Baba Hardev Singh on the occasion of 28th Annual Nirankari Sant Samagam in Delhi on 14 November 1975.
- In 1980, when Baba Hardev Singh succeeded as the Spiritual Head of the Sant Nirankari Mission, she was addressed by Nirankari world as “Pujya Mata Savinder.”
- On 18 May 2016, she succeeded Baba Hardev Singh Maharaj as Head of the Sant Nirankari Mission following his death in a car crash in Canada. She was the first woman to become the spiritual head of Sant Nirankari Mission.
- On 16 July 2018, her youngest daughter, Sudiksha, succeeded her as the 6th Guru of Sant Nirankari Mission.
- On 28 July 2018, she won the ‘Supreme Spiritual Icon Of The Year’ Award by the Global Order of Dignitaries and Philanthropists (G.O.D.) Awards at the Westin Kolkata, India.
- On 5 August 2018, at 5:05 pm, she took her last breath following chronic illness at her residence, Sant Nirankari Satsang Bhawan, Sant Nirankari Colony.
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