The Blissful Saga "Shri Ram Katha" Pioneers the Mankind to Annihilate the Demon of Ignorance

DJJS with its divine mission of spreading world peace organized a large scale spiritual program of Shri Ram Katha in Jalandhar, Punjab. The seven day program commenced on 22nd June, 2015 with beautiful recital of "Rudri Path”, followed by the welcome of the notable chief guests- The Great Khali (WWE CHAMPION), Sh. Manoranjan Kalia (Former Cabinet Minister), Sh. Rajender Beri (President-Congress, Jalandhar), Sh. Sunil Jyoti (Mayor), Sh. Pradeep (Judo Association, Punjab), Sh. Arvind Mishra (Vice Chairman-Akalidal, Punjab), and Sh. H.R Singla (Director General - LPU).

The Katha orator Sadhvi Garima Bharti Ji explicated that Shri Ram is a multi-faceted incarnation and epitome of wisdom. The supreme lord is discerned for his unending compassion, valor, devotion to religious values and worldly duties. Sadhvi Ji infused the ether with pious and beatific vibes by reciting shlokas from Ramcharitramanas

In her perpetual narration of the great saga, Sadhvi Ji expounded that Shri Ram descended in Tretayug (Silver age) as the seventh avatar of the Hindu God Vishnu, with the divine purpose of rescuing the weak from the tyranny of cruel Ravana. The Lord Ram killed the demon king Ravana & handed over the reins of Lanka to pious and devoted Vibhishana, thus relieving the mankind from the evil doer. Also, the visit of Shri Rama at Shabri’s cottage reveals that there are no etiquettes and rules for devotion. It signifies that caste and creed do not matter; it is always possible to attain God through pure devotion.

The soulful bhajans were interspersed with the Katha, and had insightful messages. The congregation found itself greatly enriched after attending the mesmerizing program, which proved to be a spiritual delight for the starving souls. The forte of this magnificent event was to promulgate the message of “Self-Awakening” i.e. Brahm Gyan among the masses.

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