Shri Krishna, the name itself invokes feeling of love, devotion and reminds us of all his childlike plays which were actually his divine acts. Lord Krishna, an incarnation of Lord Vishnu on Earth was meant to eradicate the dark clouds of vices and torture from the Earth. His famous sermon to Arjuna in the form of “Bhagwat Gita” is till today the most relevant scripture following which one can attain enlightenment and peace.
To enlighten the masses once again, DJJS organized Shri Krishna Katha at Tarn Taran, Punjab from 29th May to 2nd June, 2018. The event was preceded by Mangal kalash yatra in which hundreds of devotees participated. Sadhvi Sumedha Bharti Ji was the orator of the Katha and she elaborated the teachings of Lord Krishna in an eloquent manner. Katha was further embellished by bhajans representing feelings of a devotee towards God.
Sadhvi Ji emphasized that the Kingdom of God resides within each one of us and highlighted the moment of awakening for Arjuna when Lord Krishna bestowed him with same Knowledge and he saw the practical vision of God – light within. Krishna incarnated as Jagatguru and motivated people to experience the real bliss of religion. Similarly, His Holiness Ashutosh Maharaj Ji, Perfect Master of today’s time has invited people to join the ultimate revolution of all times i.e Spiritual Revolution (Brahm Gyan).
Lord Krishna is an epitome of pure and intense love, a magnetic personality, an excellent guide. He is a Spiritual Guru, who unconditionally loved his devotees. He had a Divine and magical connection with everyone and the tool that made this possible was: Brahm Gyan. This is the one and only tool that can help a devotee establish the divine connection with the Lord.
Katha acted as a spring in the lives of attendees and ended their suffering by connecting them to truth. Many guests and other people showed willingness to contribute generously in various ways into those social initiatives. There were praises all across for the magnanimous preaching which was deeply inspiring for the attendees.