Divya Jyoti Jagrati Sansthan, founded and headed by His Holiness Shri Ashutosh Maharaj Ji, is providing an ideal platform for the narration of parables of Lord Shri Ram. Furthering the same objective, Shri Ram Katha was organized in Jammu from 13th April to 16th April 2016. Sadhvi Jayanti Bharti, daughter disciple of Sri Ashutosh Maharaj Ji, vividly recited the parables of Lord Ram citing the idealism HE symbolised.
Lord Ram lived an ideal and a moral life. If we want to establish a just and equal society marked by love, joy and peace, each account of His life is worth repeated narration especially in the present situation of the society. One may ask how this is possible to bring about an ideal society, because society today is deeply entrapped in numerous problems.
Will Ram Rajya only remain in scriptures and imagination and never in spirit?
Shri Ashutosh Maharaj Ji has taken on the mission of World Peace. It is well said that if every 8 year old in the world is taught meditation, we will eliminate violence from the world within one generation. Thus, Maharaj Ji, a Sadguru by imparting Brahm Gyan, the eternal science of inner transformation, is progressing towards His mission.
Brahm Gyan brings a new dimension in a disciple’s life by turning the mind inwards. This encourages the disciple to remove all the impurities in the mind, making it possible to establish Ram Rajya in his/her mind, indicating freedom from all malice in the personality. This transformation leaves behind only a true human being by removing inequality, hatred, greed, anger, attachment and all those impurities which is the root cause of societal degradation. When this happens to a handful of people then the possibility of universal brotherhood is created characterised by equality, justice, love, unity and spirit of service, which eventually leads to peace in the society giving rise to a “Ram Rajya”.
Lord Shri Ram’s life is full of such teachings using which a disciple can only reflect, but it is not sufficient to recognise the problem. Brahm Gyan gives the strength to take steps to imbibe them in one’s personality. These teachings were strikingly captured by the orator of Shri Ram Katha and a number of Bhajan were sung indicating the application of these teaching in the lives of the audience.