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Maa Bhagwati is an embodiment of feminine and creative energy (Shakti). The word Shakti, meaning strength, reflects the warrior aspect of the goddess.

Maa Bhagwati Jagran Guided the Masses of Tohana, Haryana towards the Inner Kingdom of God

Divya Jyoti Jagrati Sansthan organized Maa Bhagwati Jagran in Tohana, District Fatehabad, Haryana on 18th August, 2018, to acquaint the masses with the profound divine interpretations related to Maa Bhagwati’s acts and to invoke in masses with the spirit of divinity.

Maa Bhagwati Jagran Guided the Masses of Tohana, Haryana towards the Inner Kingdom of God

The devoted disciples of Shri Ashutosh Maharaj Ji, Sadhvi Manglawati Bharti Ji and Sadhvi Rupeshwari Bharti Ji, were the spiritual discoursers of the event.  They enlightened the masses about the divinity and symbolic significance of the acts of Maa Bhagwati. The Divine Goddess represents the Supreme Power behind the creation, preservation and destruction of the world. The demons are symbolic of the evils that are present inside us and to curb them, one needs to channelize the inner energy, which is immense but often remains untapped. This process of harnessing our inner energy is referred to as ‘Shakti Jagran’. Maa Bhagwati’s continuous connection with Lord through Divine Knowledge gives us a message that in each moment we should remain connected with our internal source of power which can empower us to face boldly all types of situations. Such a tool of Divine Knowledge can help us to reach to divinity and become embodiments of Shakti. Divine-Knowledge (Brahm Gyan) bestowed by the Perfect Spiritual Master of the time, activates the dormant state of energy and empowers us to face the life with bravery.

The series of devotional songs encouraged audience to enter the inner- world of peace. The learned Sadhvi Ji, explained eloquently the significance of knowing and experiencing the inner kingdom of God. The meditation based on Divine Knowledge leads one to the source of power, which can help us tackle all odd situations of life.

By the end of the transcendent Jagran, the audience was fully enraptured and immersed in bhakti ras. The event concluded with Aarti Vandana, followed by Prasad distribution.

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