Divya Jyoti Jagrati Sansthan (DJJS) under the divine guidance of Shri Ashutosh Maharaj Ji (Head & Founder – DJJS) is heading towards its goal of “World Peace” by enlightening the people all over the world about the importance of Bhakti in life and the art of Spiritual Knowledge.
Moving forward in this direction, DJJS recently organised a spiritual programme at Jalandhar, Punjab from 24 to 26 Nov 2016 and the title of the event was “Kahe Ravidas”.The mother earth has witnessed birth of many powerful spiritual personalities who have awakened the masses about the real essence of bhakti. Their valuable teachings are a great treasure for those who want to or are heading on the divine path of bhakti to get liberated from all the shackles.
DJJS’s very own eloquent orator, Sadhvi Saumya Bharti Ji, disciple of His Holiness Shri Ashutosh Maharaj Ji enlightened the people with the valuable teachings of Guru Ravidas Ji. She stated that “Since early childhood, Guru Ravidas Ji was very much inclined to spirituality. During that era, the social system was very cruel and the low caste people were not allowed to go the temples for prayer, to school for study, to enter into villages in the day light and were forced to live in huts far away rather than in houses in village. At that time Guru Ravidas Ji spread the Gods message of being everybody equal in all respects, irrespective of caste, colour or a belief in any form of God and to spread a message that ‘God created man and not man created God’ means everyone is created by the God and has equal rights on this earth. Influenced by Guru Ravidas's teachings, the Maharaja and the Rani of Chittaur became disciples of Guru Ravidas. The famous saint poetess, Mirabai, also became a disciple of Guru Ravidas.”
Guru Ravidas Ji gave teachings on universal brotherhood and tolerance. He has given variety of spiritual and social messages through his great writings of poetry to his lovers, followers, community people, and society people to reform their mind and show their boundless love towards God. The discourse ended with the distribution of prasadam and people took valuable learnings with them.