High-spirited and divine vibes reverberated all around during an enlightening edition of SAM during Shri Krishna Janmashtami Mahotsavheld at Delhi's Siri Fort Auditorium on September 13, 2015. The event was attended by people from all walks of life. Swami Narendranand, Chief Secretary, Divya Jyoti Jagrati Sansthan (DJJS), was also present on the occasion.
With numerous revelations from the divine plays of Lord Krishna, the event left the audience awestruck. Inspirational songs by home band Eternal Bliss marked a pious and soulful beginning. The saga continued with an informative lecture presented by Sushri Parma Bharti Ji, DJJS representative. She also threw light on the dire need to follow teachings of Shri Krishna even in the contemporary era. She elucidated how his incarnation took place to eliminate evils from the society, establish peace and brotherhood and most of all, protect the sanctity of religion.
Then came a dance ballet by the home group Eternal Splendour, which dramatized the life span of Lord Krishna. The killing of cruel king Kans, the pain of separation of Krishna's family members from him, his teachings for Arjun, his role as a master during the battle of Mahabharta and many more incidents were recreated in an incredibly inspiring way.
Praiseworthy words from esteemed guests testified the instrumental role played by SAM in spreading social awareness on significant issues. Mr. Sunil Varshney, Charted Accountant said, "It's a matter of happiness that we have organizations like SAM that work on youth agendas. It was an amazing program on Shri Krishna which unveiled many spiritual secrets”
Mrs. Mona Lakhanpal, principal, Maxfort School also expressed, "SAM has entertained as well as inspired us today to follow the path of righteousness and lead a meaningful life. Their volunteers, performances, spirit of togetherness, such a jubilant attitude, all is worth appreciation."
The program ended on a successful note and SAM proved its versatility with suitable presentations as a part of this spiritual program.