By the divine grace of His Holiness Ashutosh Maharaj Ji (Founder & Head, Divya Jyoti Jagrati Sansthan), Bhartiya Nav Varsh (Vikram Samvat 2080) was celebrated at Divya Dham Ashram, Delhi on 2nd April 2023. Every year, Bhartiya Nav Varsh is being celebrated on Chaitra Shukla Pratipada (March-April), according to Hindu culture, which is scientific and precise.
Firstly, Rudri Path chanting was done by the disciples who have attained Brahm Gyan, which is the direct perception of divinity within. A few melodious devotional songs were sung on this occasion followed by words of wisdom from the learned preachers. The discourses proved to be a great means for helping aspirants to nurture the characteristics of patience, understanding, prudence, and wisdom. Many insightful facts from our ancient scriptures were cited to describe the significance of Indian New Year. A Sanskrit skit was also performed by the young disciples. It received high appreciation from the audience.
The program was graced by the presence of some distinguished guests, like Dr. Harshvardhan Ji (Lok Sabha Member, Chandni Chowk, Delhi), Shri Hansraj Hans Ji (Lok Sabha Member, North-West Delhi), Shri Ramesh Agarwal Ji [President, Agarwal Movers & Packers], Shri Hemant Ji (Vice President, Sewa Bharti).
Some books and other literature of DJJS were presented to the eminent guests by DJJS representatives. In addition, The Rudri Path book was launched on this auspicious occasion.
Finally, the attendees were requested to sit in group meditation. It is said that group meditation is an effective way to gather positivity and mindfulness in a collective manner. The program ended with everyone joining in for a divine prayer. In Indian culture prayer done selflessly for the greater good of mankind is said to be a powerful tool that bestows mental and spiritual strength and improves the ability to face any challenges ahead.
The event concluded with the distribution of Prasadam. Everyone was in full praises for the program and greatly appreciated the efforts of the Organisation.