The happiness for which you are searching is nowhere outside but within you. To get the eternal happiness, there is a need to seek for the True Master. These beautifully words reverberated in Chakan, Maharashtra from April 19 to 25 during Shrimad Bhagwat Katha organized by DJJS (Divya Jyoti Jagrati Sansthan). Katha orator, Sadhvi Padamhasta Bharti Ji, preacher disciple of Shri Ashutosh Maharaj Ji, made it very clear that today's generation have to first seek for the company of true master and then only he can establish the true meaning of birth.

Shrimad Bhagwat Katha Sprinkled the Seeds of Divine Knowledge in the Heartland of Chakan, Maharashtra

Each day of the Katha was vibrant with oration based decorations meticulously planned by DJJS volunteers. Many high profile guests and dignitaries also marked the divine assembly. It was bliss for everyone to attend such an enlightening Katha whose orator herself was self-realized by revered Gurudev Shri Ashutosh Maharaj Ji (Founder and head of Divya Jyoti Jagrati Sansthan (DJJS). DJJS is a socio-spiritual organization whose pillars are carried by selfless volunteers who are generously dedicated towards the mission of world peace.

Shrimad Bhagwat Katha Sprinkled the Seeds of Divine Knowledge in the Heartland of Chakan, Maharashtra

Shri Ashutosh Maharaj Ji is a visionary saint, whose motto is to establish world peace by uniting all the inhabitants of the world into one global family. He quoted “The situation of the world cannot be grimmer than what is today, wherein upheaval and widespread calamity are just a press of button away to save the world from going into pieces, the need is to reform the terrorism mindset of its building blocks. Individual reformation can also lead to world reformation and the pre-requisite for that is Brahm Gyan- the art of governing one’s own self.

Sadhvi Ji orated, “People are so busy in decorating the destructive body that they forget the presence of a holy soul living within them who is craving to become auspicious with the grace of self realized master of time.” The preacher even made it easier for devotees to fathom "Why we need guru?" and "What is Brahm Gyan?" by singing bhajans (Devotional songs) in Maharashtra’s mother tongue ‘Marathi’. The beginning lines say it all:

' aaji soniyancha dinu warshe amrutancha ghanu,

hari pahila re hari pahila re sabhayabhntari awgha vypak murari!"

These lines were sung by Saint Gyaneshwar ji when he was bestowed upon with divine knowledge by his true master. It means “That the day of today is the golden day, I saw the father of universe and it lead to holy nectar fall within me.”    We only request you to take one small initiative to meet your beloved GOD and you shall have it for sure.

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