Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal
“The fruit of Shrimadbhagwat Katha doesn’t have either peal or the seed inside it. Hence, it can’t be eaten; instead, it is drunk, which means it is heard. The Guru helps one in removing darkness from his life. Guru stands on first, Bhagwan on second and Maa Saraswati on the third place in Prayers (Vandana).
Guru gives us good virtues and guides us to noble path. Guru is Brahma, Vishnu and Maheshwar (Shiva). A true Guru is one who practices what he professes.” These words were spoken by the Katha Vyas Acharya Shri Badrish Ji Maharaj, on the sixth day of the Shrimadbhagwat Katha recitation programme.
The programme, which is being organized by the grace of His Holiness Maharishi Mahesh Yogi Ji and in the presence of his disciple and the Chairman of Maharishi Organization Brahmachari Girishi Ji, will last till March 16 and is being held in Maharishi Utsav Bhawan at Brahmanand Saraswati Ashram, Chhan, Bhopal.
The sixth day programme started with the customary Gurupujan and the Vyas Gaddi pujan by four Vedic pundits from the Maharishi Ved Vidya Peetham which was followed by the prayer and the Bhajans sung by the devotees.
Shrimadbhagwat Katha Vyas Acharya Shri Badrish Ji Maharaj, on the sixth day of the program, said, “There are six tastes in whatever we eat. There are six types of happiness and six stages of life. One who posses six types of specialties, is called Bhagwan.”
A huge crowd of devotees from nearby places and Maharishi organization made their presence at the Brahmanand Saraswati Ashram to benefit from the Shrimadbhagwat Katha recitation.