BHARAT- the land of spirituality, the land of knowledge, the land of unconditional love, the land where godliness prevails, the land of patriotism, the land of brotherhood, the land of sacrifice, and the list goes on. India carries the spiritual charm which attracts each one towards this holy land.
“When the real history of the India will be unearthed, it will be proved that, as in matters of religion, so in fine arts, India is the primal guru of the whole world!”
- Swami Vivekananda
In order to make people aware about the Indian culture and its traditions, Divya Jyoti Jagrati Sansthan (DJJS) - a non- profit, non-government and a leading spiritual organization, head and founded by His Holiness Shri Ashutosh Maharaj ji, organized a program of Bhajan Sandhya on the theme- ‘Sanskaar and Sanskriti’ on March 20th, 2016 at its Ludhiana, Punjab.
The program commenced with extending warm welcome to all the guests, congregators and volunteers. The holy prayer at the lotus feet of revered Gurudev and Maa Bharti marked the wonderful beginning of the program. The series of devotional bhajans and meaningful songs, tuned with melodious rhythm and inspiring words just enlightened the audience with the divinity of the program.
The spiritual discourser of the program- Sadhvi Rupeshwari Bharti Ji, very beautifully explained how most of the important things were first discovered in India and then followed by the whole world. She explained the terse logic and scientific reasons behind the culture, traditions and many rituals which are still followed with extreme devotion. It is imperative that Indian parents should inculcate such pious culture and devotion in their children from their very childhood.
The audience came to know about the importance of Indian land and its highly scientific culture which always inspires everyone to follow their own motherland, its traditions and rituals which are very much based on logical grounds and were set by profound ancient sages of our country.
The program served its supreme purpose of celebrating the new dawn of Indian culture while creating awareness for ‘Bhartiya Sanskriti’.