Human body is the temple in which the lord resides. This message was conveyed during the Ram Katha organized by Divya Jyoti Jagrati Sansthan (DJJS) -a social and spiritual organization founded and headed by His holiness Ashutosh Maharaj Ji. To awaken the souls in Suratgarh, Rajasthan, a seven-day Ram Katha was organized by DJJS from 24th to 28th December, 2017. The orator of this pious Katha was Sadhvi Garima Bharti Ji, disciple of Shri Ashutosh Maharaj Ji.
The Katha began with auspicious kalash yatra in which hundreds of women participated. This marked a pious beginning of the seven day Katha. Sadhvi Garima Ji stressed upon the importance of character in a person. She said that a beautiful body but ugly mind and soul is equivalent to Ravana’s Lanka. She stated that, In Ramayana, Lakshman signifies and represents the true epitome of a principled person. Character of a person is considered to be his true wealth. As has been said, “If wealth is lost, nothing is lost; If health is lost, something is lost; But if character is lost, everything is lost”. Character represents the upbringing of a person. A country’s development is not represented by its minerals, land and economic value, rather by its culture and character of people residing there. Character is the true asset in the development of an individual and ultimately a country.
Sadhvi Ji compared the scenario of Satyug (Lord Rama’s Era) with the current era. She said that today, people are losing their character, morals and truthfulness in order to be more advanced. But what we have forgotten is that a country’s foundation lies in its spiritual and religious ethics. So as to achieve World peace, we need to raise our moral values. To re-establish the Ram Rajya, we need to repair the broken connection between our soul and the Lord. This can’t be achieved through any external means. This can only be done through the eternal science of Brahm Gyan (divine knowledge).
The Katha was successful in spreading the message of Brahm Gyan to the masses. The audience was mesmerized by the way oration was done by Sadhvi Ji. The event was highly appreciated and the number of devotee listeners increased by each passing day. The trained devotee musicians created an aura of divinity by their music, thereby leaving the listeners spellbound. The combination of divine music and pious Katha attracted the people from nearby places as well. The Katha was completed with the “Hawan” on last day conducted by Sadhvi sisters and the chief guests. This Hawan marked the end of the Katha witnessing the presence of a large number of devotees.