Divya Jyoti Jagrati Sansthan (DJJS) with the benign grace of His Holiness Ashutosh Maharaj Ji, Founder and Head of DJJS, conducted a spiritual event,   Shrimad Devi Bhagwat Katha for the people of Amravati, Maharashtra from 10th to 16th November 2017. Sadhvi Aditi Bharti Ji was the Katha Vyas who with her captivating narration of the Shrimad Devi Bhagwat Mahapurana captured the audience's complete attention. Sadhvi Ji's description of the Mahapurana was profound with apt commentaries.   The melodious devotional songs by the trained musician disciples of DJJS won the hearts of the mammoth gathering.  The Katha garnered the attention of various newspapers such as Pratin Akhbar, Navbharat, Deshonati, Divya Marathi, Hello Amravati, Lokmat, Amravati Mandal, Hindustan, Vrit Kesari etc…. The Katha was also aired on the Sanskar TV Channel from 12th to 18th November 2017 between 4to 7p.m.

Need for Brahm Gyan Highlighted through Shrimad Devi Bhagwat Katha at Amravati, Maharashtra

Sadhvi Ji elaborated the symbolic meaning of the image of the Devi as is represented in the temples all over India. She articulated that the Devi is represented with four or eight or sixteen arms but only one head while being in the act of killing the demon Mahishasura in the Indian temples. This feature is indicative of the fact that the power of Devi is under her control for she has one head but numerous arms. A single head is representative of the focus that the Devi is able to exercise over her energies. It also indicates concentration of the power within and she is not a scattered personality.

Sadhvi Ji said that the Devi's representation holds lessons for us and encourages us to attain the focus like her while dealing with the inner demons such as arrogance, fear, lust and greed. However, asserted Sadhvi Ji, such focus will always remain beyond us unless we humans know the ancient Indian technique of eternal knowledge - Brahm Gyan. It is the technique through which a spiritual seeker's Third (inner) Eye is opened by an awakened Spiritual Master (Guru). With the opening of the Third Eye of the seeker, the seeker becomes a disciple who then learns the oneness of the inner being with the universal being. The disciple, therefore, achieves a means to not just reach a level of control over her/his inner energies but retain the control as well.

Need for Brahm Gyan Highlighted through Shrimad Devi Bhagwat Katha at Amravati, Maharashtra

Sadhvi Ji said that, knowing the uncertain nature of the span of a human's life, it is necessary to start our spiritual journey as soon as possible. A spiritual quest must begin with the search of true Spiritual Master. In this regard the doors of DJJS will always remain open for the spiritual seekers from all walks of life. Everyone is ever invited to attain Brahm Gyan from contemporary era's one true spiritual Guru, i.e., H H Ashutosh Maharaj Ji.

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