Human progress is preceded by the questions that are asked. Inquisitive people invariably wind up knowing more. Questions stimulate thinking and sometimes verbal engagement may not answer our queries and that’s where books come into picture. Books act as medium to answer those queries. The core thing that books do for us is to simplify our concerns and our thoughts. Carrying that same idea of simplifying the spiritual quest, Divya Jyoti Jagrati Sansthan (DJJS), a non-government, non-profit and a leading socio-spiritual organization, founded and headed by His Holiness Ashutosh Maharaj Ji, organized a stall for Spiritual Literature at World Book Fair, Pragati Maidan, Hall No.12-12A, Stall No. 26-27, New-Delhi from 6th – 14thth January 2018.
People from many walks of life came to satiate their thirst of knowledge and to kindle their imagination in the areas of their interests. And, when it comes to spirituality, regardless of the country of origin, one cannot snub the role of India. A land whose culture, belief system and values are substructure of spirituality only.
It is rightly said that when we pray we talk to God, but when we dive into reading of our scriptures we can hear God talking to us. DJJS presented visitors with third aspect of communion i.e. practical experience of what is read by awakening the innate divinity in an individual via the eternal science of Brahm Gyan. The collection of books such as Search for Truth, Mind-The double edge sword, Samadhi, Divya Gyan Prakash, Akhand Gyan, Chaitanya, Insightful Chats, Mahayogi Ka Maharahasya were the major highlights.
DJJS preachers and volunteers enthusiastically managed the stall, making lucid conversation with visitors and narrating them on nucleus of the work done by DJJS. They attended every visitor individually by coherently presenting the history and ideology of the organisation, also briefing them on the various social projects as Antarkranti (Rehabilitation of Prisoners), Antardrishti (For making the blind live independently), Sanrakshan (Saving the Environment), Manthan (For holistic education of less-privileged children), Santulan (For Gender Equality), etc. The allure of disciples graced by their Perfect Master was evident from the crowd that was pulled through.
Visitors were particularly astounded to know some of the divine experiences of volunteers, the secret of how spirituality can be put into practice, the work done by the organisation and the self-less service of disciples. Many of them expressed their desire to get initiated into ‘Brahm Gyan’. They expressed immense appreciation for spreading the message of truth without making any distinctions based on caste, creed, faith or any other background. The objective of generating curiosity among the people and spreading the right message of spirituality was rightly served with this participation.