Lord Krishna, personification of Lord Vishnu, has been the center of attraction whenever a spiritual discussion takes place. The Lord has been THE favorite character for every age group whether a five year old child or 70 year old grandmother. It has been the case for past, present or future era. Such is the charisma of the Lord. To reveal this secret, Divya Jyoti Jagrati Sansthan (DJJS) organized a five day Shri Krishna Katha from 25th – 29th May 2016 at Ferozpur, Punjab.
The orator of the Katha was Sadhvi Jayanti Bharti Ji, daughter disciple of His holiness Shri Ashutosh Maharaj Ji (founder of DJJS). The program commenced with extending warm welcome to all the guests followed by prayer at the lotus feet of Lord Krishna. The ambience was purified and fragrance of peace and harmony was palpable.
Some of the eminent guests were Shri Kamal Sharma (Ex-President, BJP Punjab), Shri Devinder Bajaj (Dist. President, BJP, Ferozpur), Shri Sukhpal S. Nannu (Ex-MLA, Ferozpur), Shri Naresh Kataria (Ex-MLA, Zila, Ferozpur), Shri Jagir Singh (Block Officer, Agriculture, Ferozpur), Shri Rakesh Pathak (Director, Punjab College of Pharmacy, Ferozpur) and Shri Kamal Kalia (President, Brahman Sabha, Ferozpur). They seemed to be full engrossed in the divine messages given from the dais.
Sadhvi Ji inexplicably explained each divine play of Lord Krishna. It wasn’t just a narration but a logical and profound message hidden in these divine plays. Through her deep narrations, she kept the audience spellbound and could arouse Krishna in every soul present there. Masses were mesmerized and awed by the deep spiritual meanings. Soulful bhajans added to the ecstasy and majesty of the program. Not a single soul left untouched with divine grace and love of Lord Krishna.
The audience also received the profound message of imbibing the divine knowledge (Brahm Gyan) which can let one to realize the true form of Lord Krishna within. The Katha was successful in making the audience realize how every moment of their lives can be soaked in the nectar of ‘Krishna Amrit’. With the spread of this message of love and tranquility, the ‘World peace’ mission inched closer to reality.