A trusting heart will follow, only those who truly follow their heart. This message was conveyed during the Ram Kathamrit organized by Divya Jyoti Jagrati Sansthan (DJJS), a social and spiritual organization founded and headed by His Holiness Ashutosh Maharaj Ji. The duration of the Katha was from 26th to 30th March 2018. The orator of this pious event was Sadhvi Tripada Bharti Ji, disciple of Shri Ashutosh Maharaj Ji who ably conveyed the spiritual message to awaken the souls in Jammu.
The Katha was inaugurated with the Mangal Kalash Yatra that marked the beginning of the five-day program. The yatra consisted of hundreds of sisters carrying kalash on their heads while chanting Vedic mantras. Sadhvi Ji recited shlokas from Ramayana stating the devotion of Lord Hanuman towards the responsibility given to him by Lord Rama. She stated that while crossing the sea, Lord Hanuman faced many obstacles but none of them was strong enough to lower his determination and persistence to complete his task. She narrated the incident of Mount Mainak, stating that while crossing the sea, a mighty mountain suddenly rose and stood in Lord Hanuman’s way. The mountain offered him to take some rest and then continue with his journey. But Hanuman refused his offer of hospitality politely stating that he would not rest until he completes his mission of seeking Ma Sita. Sadhvi Ji explained that Lord Hanuman with his persistence and dedication towards his goal was able to fulfill it leaving behind the message of “Value of Dedication towards one’s goal” for us. She said that to achieve one’s goal, one needs to focus completely on it which can be done if a person is awakened completely. This state of absolute awareness can be achieved through Brahm Gyan “The Eternal Knowledge”. Sadhvi Ji conveyed the message of Brahm Gyan to the masses and urged them to achieve that state of awareness and dedication towards one’s own goals.
The Katha was successful in spreading the message of Brahm Gyan to the masses. The audience was spellbound by the divine aura created by trained devotee musicians. The Katha was able to attract the devotees from surrounding areas as well thereby increasing the audience with each passing day. The combination of divine music and pious Katha created a divine scenario leaving the audience mesmerized. The end of the Katha was marked with “Hawan” in the presence of Sadhvi sisters and Chief Guests in addition to the large gathering of attitudes.