Shri Krishna's birth was destined to reshape the spiritual and temporal destiny of mankind. He made an indelible impression upon mankind’s collective consciousness by re-educating the world about devotion and dharma as well as the ultimate reality. Throughout his life, Krishna enacted so many roles, the whole time never forgetting that they were just that, roles, and that his true nature was eternal, ever blissful consciousness. In this way, he was able to remain detached and thus perform flawlessly, never allowing the smile to fade from his face.
In order to reveal true meaning of devotion, DJJS organised Shri Krishna Katha at Sujanpur, Punjab from 27th April to 1st May, 2019. The series of devotional songs evoked the spirit of spirituality and mesmerized the audience. The devotees witnessed the taste of extreme devotion through the rhythm and tunes of music. It helped them to quiet their mind so their heart could open to the divine, which allowed them to taste the blissful reality that is the true nature of a being. The ambience reverberated with serenity, calmness and oneness with the Lord.
The orator of the program-Sadhvi Sumedha Bharti Ji, disciple of Shri Ashutosh Maharaj Ji gave the message of devotion through the life examples of Lord Krishna. She stated that Shri Krishna is one who celebrated both life and death. His life was a model for people in days past, the modern world and surely for those in ages to come. Shrimad Bhagwad Gita stands as Krishna’s most important gift to the world. Arjuna questioned the futility of killing his own relatives. He wondered what good was victory if half his people would be dead at the end of it. And that's when Lord Krishna, his friend and philosopher, intervened and gave to him wisdom that steered him to action.
Also, the devotional fervor Krishna created in the gopis is perhaps best exemplified by the rasa-leela dance, wherein each of hundreds of gopis perceived the eight-year-old Krishna to be dancing with them alone. Shri Krishna is a perfect example for how to succeed in life while remaining in the midst of obstacles. The Lord doesn’t advise us to turn away from our relationships in order to attain self-realization. Rather, He explains that we should be free from all attachments while still maintaining loving relationships and upholding our family responsibilities.
The orator rightly explained that it's only when a person, enlightened with Brahm-Gyan (“Self-Realization”), enters into deep spiritual realms that one can decode the divine messages of Shrimad Bhagwat Puran.