Divya Jyoti Ved Mandir (DJVM) organized a virtual convocation ceremony for the three NRI batches of Rudri Path. The convocation was held on 22 July 2023. Students from countries like the United Kingdom, USA, Canada, UAE, Singapore, Spain etc. attended the event virtually.
The much awaited, first ever NRI Convocation started by the anchors presenting insightful details of DJVM’s Rudri Path batches that created nostalgic moments for the students as they reminisced the time when they attended the classes. The anchors presented activities like Grammar Quiz, Sanskrit Tongue Twisters, Ved Pathi-s on the spot!, etc. Sharing her heartfelt tribute unto the lotus feet of Divya Guru Shri Ashutosh Maharaj Ji, DJVM Student Arti Khetarpal from Manchester, England shared how she used to wait the whole week for Rudri Path sessions because these classes filled her with immense positivity. Another student Neetu Sharma from Wales, United Kingdom told that it was the DJVM’s Rudri Path classes that helped her overcome the pandemic period as she and her husband tested positive for Covid. It was these classes that succoured her to fight the ongoing pandemic phase.
After that, Sadhvi Bhakti Priya Bharti, Coordinator Divya Jyoti Jagrati Sansthan United Kingdom & Brother Kabir motivated students to ardently practice this boon, the Vedic mantras, bestowed unto us by Divya Guru Shri Ashutosh Maharaj Ji in the form of Rudri Path classes. Sadhvi Deepa Bharti, Program Coordinator, DJVM informed students that one can reap the full benefits of these Vedic mantras only when one chants it with pure and selfless intentions, under the divine presence of a Perfect master and with utmost accuracy and precision. After that, certificates were virtually distributed to the students by the Acharya-s of DJVM. Concluding the meeting, Sadhvi Chandra Bharti, DJJS New York, thanked the sole inspiration behind this revolutionary initiative, Divya Guru Shri Ashutosh Maharaj Ji. Sadhvi ji also thanked the incessant efforts of the entire team of Divya Jyoti Ved Mandir and the students for taking a keen interest in learning and promoting the Vedic heritage.