Marching towards the strongly determined goal of establishing world peace, DJJS holds another uplifting spiritual event of Shrimad Bhagwat Katha held at Madhepura, Bihar from May 29th to June 6th.
Under the guidance of His Holiness Shri Ashutosh Maharaj Ji, the pious program was commenced by chanting of vedic mantras creating sanctimonious vibrations. Hundreds of truth-seekers were in attendance to benefit from the inspirational and awakening sermon delivered by the world renounced Katha Vyas, Sadhvi Vishwambhara Bharti Ji.
Among the audience present were Honorable Chief Guests who inaugurated the program with ‘Jyoti Prajwalan’, the ancient Indian tradition of lighting the lamp that is accompanied by vedic chanting. Attendees of all ages, sects, and classes were enthralled by the graceful explanations provided by Sadhvi Vishwambhara Bharti Ji. Along with the beautiful narration of Shrimad Bhagwad Katha, Sadhvi Ji unveiled the scientific secrets behind ancient practices such as ‘Surya Naman’, its benefits to the human eyes, the importance of having the Tulsi plant, as well as many other such significant traditions. She further explained the importance of the domestic cows of Indian Breed in medicine and general well-being. Human race greatly benefits from all products provided by this breed.
Sadhvi Ji explained the multi-faceted personality of Lord Krishna. He was an incarnation of the Supreme Energy that takes human birth in order to rid mankind of the evils particular to each era. Furthermore, she accentuated the fact that the evil in today’s world lies deep within the minds of individuals, which is the primary cause of all crimes, chaos, as well as natural calamities. Therefore individual minds must be revolutionized and routed towards a positive direction where peace, harmony, and brotherhood coexists; consequently spreading love, unity, and compassion throughout.
Overall, the 9-day program served its purpose of spreading spiritual awareness and igniting a definite hope in the hearts of thousands for a better tomorrow.