To celebrate the beginning of Vikram Samvat 2075, also known as Bhartiya Navvarsh, Shri Tilak Raj Kataria Ji (North Delhi Municipal Corporation's Standing Committee Chairman) invited Divya Jyoti Jagrati Sansthan (DJJS) to Bhartiya Navvarsh Program held at Shalimar Bagh, New Delhi on 18th March, 2018. DJJS, with the warm grace of its founder and head His Holiness Ashutosh Maharaj Ji, presented a series of devotional songs under the theme: Divya Bhajan Sandhya. Sadhvi Parma Bharti Ji as the orator along with a team of highly trained musician disciples of DJJS garnered a huge audience. The audience also included the dignitaries such as Councillors of New Delhi.
Sadhvi Parma Bharti Ji said that the reason Bhartiya Navvarsh is celebrated in the month of March-April is because these are the months in which spring sets in India. The warm rays of the sun give new life to plants and organisms in the northern hemisphere. During this time of the year, the days begin to be longer than the nights, and thereby pave way for light and renewed vitality. Further, the newness of the season, continued Sadhvi Ji, is indicative of the inner light for which we all must strive. The blooming flowers of March-April are symbols of the inner world of spring season which exists in all of us at all times. Hence, the time of March-April makes for an apt time to embark on spiritual path as well.
Sadhvi Ji said that from the ancient era to this day the technique to reach the inner brilliance has been the same, i.e., Brahm Gyan. This technique empowers the individual to reach the inner core and see the divine within. However, for that to happen the individual must seek a true spiritual master (Guru). The reason being, only an enlightened Guru can open the divine eye of the spiritual seeker. Once the seeker sees the divine within the entire life becomes the season of spring; a life filled with exuberance and satisfaction. Finally, taking the evening to a conclusion, Sadhvi Ji said that DJJS will always remain an authentic source for spiritual seekers yearning for Brahm Gyan.