In the fast paced world of today, the daily chores and its challenges exhaust life and while being part of this quest, we miss the sole purpose of our life. Success has become materialistic and is defined by the parameters like skills acquired and mastered, physical beauty, fame and wealth. Amidst all this chaos, Shri Ram’s life and journey set an example of ideal living for the entire mankind. He teaches us that success is way more than just the materialistic gain; it is attaining the inner peace, being self-realized, connecting with the supreme God, experiencing the change within and attaining the social transformation.
Under the guidance of His Holiness Ashutosh Maharaj Ji, Divya Jyoti Jagrati Sansthan (DJJS) is persistently working towards the transformation of the living beings to human beings. Shri Ram Katha acts as a medium through which we realize the divine aura of Shri Ram within and implement his idealistic characteristics in our life. Preacher Disciple of His Holiness, Sadhvi Sumedha Bharti Ji flawlessly narrated the Katha which was organised by Shri Amarnath Barfani Sewa Dal in Sirhind, Punjab. The magnificent hidden meaning behind the numerous Shlokas and Leelas of Shri Ram were unfolded in the nine days Katha that started from 26th August 2019.
Sadhvi Ji explained that Shri Ram is the personification of righteousness and idealistic characteristics. He was an ideal son, an ideal brother, an ideal husband, an ideal father, an ideal king, an ideal warrior and an ideal man. He sets forth the perfect example of how to succeed in life amidst obstacles and how to attain the inner peace and set ourselves free from all the attachments while maintaining social relationships and delivering our responsibilities. She also described different phases and stages of Shri Ram’s human life journey.
She profoundly stated that in order to understand and imbibe Shri Ram’s preaching, one has to be connected from within. Sadhvi Ji explained that only a perfect master can help his devotees to realize within with the help of divine knowledge (Brahm Gyan).
Thousands of spiritual devotees attended the Katha to receive the pearls of pure wisdom and true knowledge. The devotional hymns at the end of the Katha induced resonance to the souls and minds of the devotees with the rhythms of devotion. Audience understood that true devotion and spirituality is not a one-time accomplishment but a lifestyle and felt ecstatic.