Bhagwat, the literal meaning of which is ‘blessed one’ or ‘good fortune’, encompasses divinity and calmness. In the materialistic parlance, it would mean to gather money, name and fame but the one who are on path of spirituality; the good fortune is invoked when self is in communion with Supreme. To guide the path of good fortune spiritually, Sadhvi Bhagyashri Bharti Ji, preacher disciple of Shri Ashutosh Maharaj Ji (founder and convener of DJJS) orated an elaborated seven days Bhagwat Katha at Kangra, H.P.
The great saint says that anyone who listens to Bhagwat Katha with full concentration and zest is bound to be inspired towards Brahm Gyan- practical realization of God. Sadhvi Ji said the one who receives this knowledge never dies which means his/her soul finds the solace in the blessings of the almighty. This is the ultimate goal of all human beings in the world. Sadhvi Ji said it is paramount that all human beings keep progressing in this path of divinity and for that, one needs to be in the company of people who are treading on this path enthusiastically. Only a perfect master can impart this divine knowledge, for he is THE only one who is righteous and free from all vices. Hence wise ones seek the blessings of the perfect master who can lead them from darkness to light.
Spiritual exhibitions accentuated the knowledge imparted from the dais. The pearls of wisdom delivered presented various facets of Brahma Gyan. Light at the forehead, subtle primordial vibration, divine music and taste of holy water or ambrosia are the four main facets of Brahm Gyan which a devotee experiences as soon as the divine knowledge is imparted. Every facet was deeply explained.
Exhibitions displayed various counters of products as a result of plethora of social projects undertaken by Divya Jyoti Jagrati Sansthan (DJJS). Kamdhenu, a project on bovine conservation is a project which stood out due to the sheer knowledge and research undertaken by DJJS. During the discourse, Sadhvi Ji had mentioned that cow’s milk is a complete food and contains all nutrients. But we need to differentiate between Indian and hybrid cows. Milk of Indian cows has the nutritional value to improve immunity and provide vital energy. Sadhvi Ji further explained that even cow dung and cow’s urine are useful products- dung used as manure and urine when used as a medicine acts as a great reliever in many diseases.
There were great applauds by the audience present at Bhagwat Katha and all devotees were highly inspired by Sadhvi Ji’s knowledge and acumen on our scriptures, Vedas and on the social situation in our country at this time. All people present there left with a great amount of realization on spirituality and need of a spiritual revolution in the world today which is a must to establish peace.