Shri Krishna Janmashtami - Floating with Blissful Notes

Shri Krishna Janmashtmi Mahotsav marks the birth anniversary of Lord Krishna and is celebrated in great fervour by Hindus globally.

Over the years, Divya Jyoti Jagrati Sansthan has been celebrating Shri Krishna Janmashtmi with innate zeal on a grand level. One such event is celebrated on the pious land of Punjab. The organisation makes conscientious endeavours to convey the ancient legacy of inspirations to the masses, and inculcate in them the invaluable divine endowments via plethora of cultural festivals.

Various Chief Guests became part of the exceptional and enthralling musical and dramatical divine evening.

Followers and disciples of His Holiness Shri Ashutosh Maharaj Ji took part in dance ballet performances based upon the life and teachings of the deitee. 

The preacher-disciples of His Holiness Shri Ashutosh Maharaj Ji unfold the deep spiritual meanings hidden in the divine sports of Lord Krishna through highly insightful discourses. These discourses, delivered under the prudent guidance of His Holiness, are eye-openers for the huge masses attending the program.

 Volunteerism reaches its epitome when young volunteers took over the anchoring. They discussed that this realisation dawns upon them that the underlying imports in the divine leela’s of Lord Krishna were relevant not only in that era but hold paramount significance even in today's age.

They also discussed that Lord Krishna said “Vasudhev Kutumbakam”. The statement is not just about peace and harmony among the societies in the world, but also about a truth that somehow the whole world has to live together like a family. This is the reason why Hindus think that any power in the world, big or small cannot have its own way, disregarding others.

Practical examples exhibit the importance of spirituality and its connection with our everyday life. People gain insight into how to address problems of personal and social concern through the teachings of the Greatest Management Guru of all times, Lord Krishna.

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