To bring the essence of the Bhagwat Mahapuran to the people of Moga, Punjab, a seven day Shrimad Bhagwat Katha was organized under the guidance of His Holiness Ashutosh Maharaj Ji by Divya Jyoti Jagrati Sansthan from 21st to 27th May 2017. The Katha Vyas was Sadhvi Kalindi Bharti Ji. Sadhvi Ji along with many preacher disciples of Divya Jyoti Jagrati Sansthan weaved together the pearls of the Bhagwat Mahapurana for the audience. Under a grand marquee, Sadhvi Ji elaborated the power of bhakti which is the undercurrent of the Bhagwat Mahapurana.

Shrimad Bhagwat Katha held at Moga, Punjab Connected People to Roots of Spirituality

Sadhvi Ji elaborated that Prahlada as an apt example of the strength of bhakti. Enumerating his story, Sadhvi Ji said that Prahlada’s father Hiranyakashipu was against Prahlada’s bhakti for Lord Vishnu. Hiranyakashipu made many attempts to dissuade Prahlada from being a Vishnu’s devotee. However, Prahlada remained steadfast in his resolve. His devotion ultimately made Vishnu to take up Narasimha avatar and save Prahlada from his father by killing Hiranyakashipu.

Sadhvi Ji stated that Prahlada was not a blind devotee of Vishnu but rather an enlightened one. This is the reason when at last Prahlada took the name which resonated within; Vishnu took up the Narsimha avatar and come to his rescue. Sadhvi Ji enumerated about the name which Prahlada took. Highlighting then spiritual significance of the name, Sadhvi Ji said that the name which Prahlada took is a universal one; the one which exists in every soul; the one which vibrates around the universe. But that name is not a name which can be spelled out. It is a name which is beyond language; a name which can only be revealed by an enlightened spiritual Master.

Shrimad Bhagwat Katha held at Moga, Punjab Connected People to Roots of Spirituality

Sadhvi Ji, elucidating about the true spiritual Master, said that only that person is the spiritual Teacher who himself can bare open the light and sound of the eternal name. The technique through which a devotee comes to know about that name is known as Brahm Gyan. The spiritual Teacher opens the Third Eye of the devotee. After which the devotee is able to see the divine light with eyes closed; can hear the inner sound without the hearing equipment; and can feel the name without the use of syllables. A spiritual Teacher who awakens these three elements within a devotee is the true Master and that true Master can alone make the devotee complete. Sadhvi Ji concluded the Katha by stating that His Holiness Ashutosh Maharaj Ji is one such true Master and everyone is welcome to take Brahm Gyan with his benign grace.

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