Rama in Sanskrit means a person with purity of mind, embodiment of dharma and attracts all with his divine appearance and qualities. Divya Jyoti Jagrati Sansthan conducted a seven-day program of Shri Ram Katha from 10th to 16th September 2018 at Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh. The spiritual orator of the day and disciple of revered Gurudev, Sadhvi Deepika Bharti Ji explained the supreme philosophy of Lord Rama and further unfolded the life lessons from Ramayana.
Ramayana says that Sri Rama’s reign is called Rama Rajya. There is righteousness and prosperity everywhere. In every era, God incarnates himself to show the path of righteousness and salvation. Through Ram Katha, attendees realized the importance of maintaining good behavior and relations, leading to peaceful society. Various references were made from the life of Shri Hanuman and Lakshman Ji to aware people of their responsibilities towards themselves, their religion and society.
She explained that if a person wants to attain salvation of the soul, they should adhere to the path of righteousness and unite with the Supreme soul. Satguru is the one who takes you on the right path by blessing you with divine knowledge of self-realization. Ram Rajya, though looks an impossible task today, could only be established if one imbibes divine knowledge called Brahm Gyan. This Divine Knowledge can only be realized by any human, with the grace of an awakened spiritual Master. Satguru Ashutosh Maharaj Ji has been blessing each soul with Brahm Gyan so one can clean himself and contribute in the vision of ‘Ram Rajya’ transforming into reality even today.
The entire humankind adored Rama, who possessed all virtues. He was indomitable, brave, and was the unequalled Lord of all. To put it succinctly, Sri Rama's life was a life of holy compliance, of stainless purity, of matchless simplicity, praiseworthy contentment, commendable self-sacrifice and remarkable renunciation. Lord Rama, in the words of Swami Vivekananda, is "the embodiment of truth, of morality, the ideal son, the ideal husband, and above all, the ideal king".
The Katha was an open invitation to establish Ram and Ayodhya within so that Ram Rajya can flourish once again. The listeners could be seen absorbed in the pure and inspiring aura of Shri Ram Katha.