10 October 2023
Under the aegis of Vishwa Jagriti Mission, Panchkula, Chandigarh and Mohali Mandal, the recital of Shrimad Bhagwat Katha is being organized for the ancestors at Satsang Bhawan of Sanatan Dharma Sabha, Sector 32 D, which will continue till October 13. During today’s discourse, Acharya Kuldeep, while narrating the character of Dhruv, said that success is achieved only when a person is determined.
‘Karya va Sadhyaami Deh va Patayami’
While referring to the line from Bhagwat Geeta he explained that when there is sorrow, look towards the one younger to you and when there is happiness, look towards the one elder to you, by following this simple path one will never feel either proud or sorrow.
While explaining about the word ‘mantra’, he said that the mantra, which is manifested upon, bears fruit rapidly.
“Mananat Jaayate Iti Mantra”
A teacher explains the meaning of a word, while the real essence of the word and its spiritual value is imparted by the Sadguru.
No one else the Sudarshan could save from the evils of life and the clutches of time. He further stated that there are three types of Sudarshan. One is the glimpse (darshan) of a saint, second is glimpse (darshan) of Granth (Holy Books) and third is glimpse (darshan) of the Almighty God. If a living being surrenders and takes refuge in them, then wellbeing is certain.
While narrating the story of Shri Krishna’s birth, he said that Lord Krishna is present wherever respect, fame, and happiness is given to others.
Further, while narrating the story of Samudra Manthan, he stated that we find ourselves engrossed in some or the other thoughts during all the moment of our life. In these while beautiful thoughts bring happiness, the wrong thoughts bring sorrow. He said that the heart is an ocean and the mind is a churning vessel in which thoughts are churned.
On the occasion, Saurabh Gupta, President Vishwa Jagriti Mission, said that the story has now reached the phase where the devotees are experiencing divine peace and happiness. He appealed to the residents to make their lives meaningful by attending the Gyan Katha.