Divya Jyoti Jagrati Sansthan (DJJS) - A socio-spiritual organisation under the holy grace of its founder and head His Holiness Ashutosh Maharaj Ji, organised a seven-day Shrimad Devi Bhagwat Katha at Banswara, Rajasthan from 22nd to 28th December 2017. The orator of this pious Katha was Sadhvi Aditi Bharti Ji, disciple of Shri Ashutosh Maharaj Ji. The Katha portrayed the divine play and experience of Ma Shakti signifying the eternal power (Shakti). The melodious devotional renditions by disciples of Shri Maharaj Ji created an aura of divinity and captured the attention of the devotees in the surrounding areas as well.
Sadhvi Aditi Bharti Ji stressed upon the vivid character of Ma Shakti saying that on one hand, Ma embraces her children and creation whereas on the other hand she has an aggressive form for the wrong doers. Ma is worshipped in three forms: Goddess Durga, Goddess Lakshmi and Goddess Saraswati. All the three incarnations display different aspects of the Divine mother. In the form of Goddess Durga, she is protective and willing to unleash her anger against the wrong. She emerged to end the myth of women being the weaker section of the society. She represents the eternal power that is there within women which when awakened will not hesitate to end its tormentor.
Sadhvi Ji explained the process of Brahm Gyan (Divine Knowledge) through which one can get connected with his creator (God) at each moment. The Katha focused not only on the spiritual aspect of the Goddess but also the social status of women in the society today, creating a multi-dimensional aspect to the program. The event was highly appreciated by the masses and succeeded in conveying the message of Brahm Gyan - The Eternal Knowledge to all. It conveyed the process of Divine Knowledge to get connected to the Goddess that resides within each one of us.
Sadhvi Ji expressed each anecdote of the Katha with such grace and eloquence that the devotees were spellbound. The number of devotee listener increased every day. The Katha was successful in creating a divine environment with its trained musicians leaving the masses spellbound. On the last day of Katha, “Hawan” was conducted by the Sadhvi sisters and the chief guests creating a divine and serene environment in the area. A large number of devotees took part in the hawan marking an end to the Katha.