When we are connected to the roots of Inner Divinity
Life becomes bright with the colours of Peace and Serenity.
With such divine thought, the Shrimad Bhagwat Katha was organized by Divya Jyoti Jagrati Sansthan (DJJS) in Rudrapur, Uttrakhand from 30 March 2015 to 5 April 2015. Mangal Kalash Yatra was taken out a day prior to the Katha.
The program commenced with the recitation of Vedic Hymns in Sanskrit by young volunteers. The devotees enjoyed classical music as music group sang euphonious songs and played musical instruments adeptly.
The Katha orator Sadhvi Vaishnavi Bharti Ji, preacher-disciple of Shri Ashutosh Maharaj Ji recited and narrated the great epic of Shrimad Bhagwat Katha. Sadhvi Ji described that there are three aspects of the Supreme that must be understood in order to have a complete realization of the ABSOLUTE. These are: the impersonal and all pervasive Brahman aspect, the localized expansion of the Lord known as the super-soul or Parmatma, and then the Supreme Personality.
The Paramatma realization is to perceive the super-soul within all material forms, within all living entities and even all material elements. Parmatma is the partial expansion of the Lord in the material world.
But to go further and attain the real realization of the GOD, one need to attain a total spiritual vision without any material conceptions or conditionings so that he/she can perceive the complete transcendental form of the Supreme Lord, as is. This is possible only by initiation into Brahm Gyan because only then we have the technique to rise above materialistic things and be ONE with the lord.
Lamp Lightening session and other Puja rituals done by the Chief Guests were the highlights of the program as it left an indelible mark on people’s mind. Around 7000 people participated off-stage in the event.
Sadhvi Ji narrated the learning we should take from the life of Lord Krishna. The purpose of Lord during his Krishna Avatar was not just limited to divine acts in Vrindavan or Gokul but it should be centred around his role in the Mahabharata. During his incarnation, HE gave us the precious heritage of Bhagwat Gita. Sadhvi ji explained its importance, significance in today's modern era & how to inculcate it’s learnings in our day to day life.
The Gyan Yagyna along with Community Feast took place at the end of the Katha and many people were benefitted by the nectar of Brahm Gyan.