“The peace of God is with them whose mind and soul is in harmony; who are free from desire and wrath, who know their own soul”. - The Bhagavad Gita
Whenever, a thorn hits our feet, we take the help of other thorn to take out the previous thorn and simply throw both at the end. Similarly, when evil crossed the extent, Lord Krishna took birth in the Yadav clan and after the massive war of –‘Mahabharata’, he left the world after the destruction of whole Yadav clan. We, common people, believe that Arjuna fought the war in Kurukshetra and won just like we face some struggles in our day-to-day life. Sometimes we win or lose but it’s true that WE don’t win and lose. It’s all God’s play. It’s HE who is doing his own work through US. Our past, present and future is already decided by HIS will. So, our only goal should be- to worship HIM, know HIM and pray HIM.
In order to imbibe the supreme essence of Bhagwat Katha, Divya Jyoti Jagrati Sansthan (DJJS) - a spiritual and non-profit organization, headed and founded by His Holiness Shri Ashutosh Maharaj Ji, organized Shrimad Bhagwat Katha from October 23rd -29th , 2015 at Patharadi, Maharashtra.
This divine 7 day program served its supreme purpose of disclosing the divine secret of experiencing God within one’s soul.
Each day the program initiated with the warm welcome of guests and audience. Then, the recitation of Vedic Hymns in Sanskrit by the devotees of revered Gurudev, won the hearts of audience. Thereafter, the series of spiritual and devotional bhajans and prayers fulfilled its objective of attracting the audience’ mind and thoughts in the divinity of the program. The spiritual discourser- Sadhvi Padamhasta Bharti Ji, unfolded numerous spiritual secrets. She explained the true art of living under the divine blessings of Lord and simultaneously fighting with the problems of this world, just like the Arjuna did.
The people who attended the program, found themselves fortunate on imbibing the divine inspirations. They were greatly influenced by the depth of the message inherent in the articulations of the legends of the Lord Krishna delivered by the preacher- disciple of revered Gurudev.