May 13, 2013


True Happy - Heart Attack Prevention Programme for You

29 April 2008, many programs were being organized according to the instructions given by the Guru Ji on the occasion of the anniversary of Jaam-E- Insan. True Heart Attack Prevention Program for You, known by the acronym, TRUE HAPPY is one of those programs. This program is run under the guidance of Dr. Shaan-e-meet (Chairman, Health Care Wing), Dr. Jagat Narula (Heart Specialist) from America, Dr.Leo Hofstra (from Netherland) with the help of many other doctors from different countries. This program aims to prevent the heart diseases. The headquarters of this project is a Shah Satnam Ji Specialty Hospital, Sirsa. This project creates awareness among the people about heart diseases. The symptoms, risk factors and prevention strategies are conveyed to the people. This way, people benefit by getting the required information on heart disease prevention.


January 2010: True HAPPY performed the largest ever cardiac risk profiling program in a record 3-day period. Using a health camp concept , 10,000 particpants received cardiac risk profiling. The TRUE HAPPY PROGRAM owes its beginning to the Revered Saint Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh Ji Insan (lovingly referred to as Father or "PITA JI") it the spiritual head of an organization, Dera Sacha Sauda (DSS), Sirsa. The TRUE HAPPY program is very ably led and managed by Dr. Shaan-e-Meet Ji. On the healthcare front, campaigns against drugs and alcohol as well as sexually transmitted infections are major activities that have directly influenced more than 40 million devotees. The organization embarked on the TRUE HAPPY Mega health awareness and diagnostic initiative to prevent and fight lifestyle-related diseases, such as heart disease, heart attacks and strokes. While the HAAPY camps have now enrolled over 14000 volunteers to the preventive program, Pita ji has inspired all these volunteers to adapt to the healthy life-style, which is being scientifically investigated. The True HAPPY has also started to use SMS messaging in a subset of volunteers with an access to phone and English language.