Divya Jyoti Jagrati Sansthan (DJJS) once again made its presence felt by organising Devi Bhagwat Katha with great gusto and enthusiasm. The event was conducted from 25 September to 2 October 2014 by its Divya Dham branch. It won accolade from many quarters for its heart rendering program.
Mangal Kalash Yatra was taken out on the day of katha as an indicator of peace, unity and our Indian tradition – “An Intangible Heritage of Humanity”. In the age of globalisation and modernization, when cultural diversity is under severe pressure, preservation of the unique cultural heritage has great significance.
There were a host of chief guests who graced the occasion. There was a warm welcome given to them and after a quick introduction to the members of DJJS, they lit the lamp.
Since the very beginning, DJJS has worked tirelessly to kindle the human values among the new generation and inspire them to enquire and experiment. In this endeavour, Sadhvi Aditi Bharti Ji (Disciple of Shri Ashutosh Maharaj ji) and our katha orator recited and narrated the great epic of Devi Bhagwat. The entire atmosphere was soaked in nectar of divine revelation hidden in our scriptures and its scientific reasoning. Her narrations included various topics such as life of Suta and Shaunaka, goddess Durga’s fight against the Mahishasura (The buffalo daemon). The only purpose was to make the people realise the true meaning of hidden scientific treasures in our eminent asnd classic culture. Preacher-disciples of Shri Ashutosh Maharaj Ji gave lucid narrations of verses in Devi Bhagwat Mahapuran.
A tribute to Goddess Durga marked the end of the programme. A vote of thanks to chief guests by DJJS preachers and sumptuous prasad distribution took place after the Aarti Vandana.