The Tale of Shri Krishna (or Krishna saga) is a reflection of today’s contemporary era. Every event that chanced in the life of Lord Krishna re-educates humanity about devotion, dharma and the ultimate reality. During their sojourn stay in this world, mankind should lead a life full of ethics, true and free from worldly yearnings. Few episodes from the lifespan of Krishna illustrate true sense of morality.
Shri Krishna was born to Devaki in a prison cell where she was captivated by king Kansa. Being sneaked, he was later raised by his foster parents Nanda and Yashoda. In spite of number of adversities in his life, he always smiled and dealt through them with a grin on a face. He led a life of perpetual bliss thereby taught us to be happy and not let the circumstances overpower us. He preached to embrace the hardships with a smile and be calm and composed even during the unpleasant situations.
Another great example is that he never discriminated between the superiors or the minorities. Whether be it gopis, cowherd folk or the learned men, he treated them all with equality and kindness. In order to erase the lines of inequality and to revive the lost virtues of Shri Krishna, Shri Ashutosh Maharaj Ji, the founder of Divya Jyoti Jagrati Sansthan (DJJS) introduced ‘Brahm Gyan’ the ultimate weapon that teaches us to lead the life the righteous way. Our Guru without discriminating between the rich and poor has given this divine tool to all. It reshapes spirituality and temporary destiny of home sapiens in this mortal sphere.
For the enthusiastic devotees of Hoshiarpur Punjab, DJJS organized yet another spiritual event of Shri Krishna Katha from 24th -28th Sep, 2019. The orator Sadhvi Jayanti Bharti Ji gave the audience an insight into the hidden treasures of life of Shri Krishna which is always been so mysterious. The program commenced with the holy prayers at the lotus feet of lord Krishna followed by numerous melodious hymns and chants. She enunciated that Brahm Gyan given to us by our master is the same which Lord Krishna passed to Arjuna at the cusp of the Mahabharata war. It was after being blessed by Brahm-Gyan did Arjuna realize his ultimate goal and was able to discriminate between the good and the evil.
Brahm Gyan teaches us to treat pleasure and pain, gain and loss, victory and defeat as alike. It is ultimate tool that helps to change the perspective towards the world we live in. The soulful event concluded with the promise to practice it in our daily lives and to relive the virtues of Krishna. The event created an aura of peace and divinity which audience thoroughly enjoyed.