Bharat Loka Shisksha Parishad organised a Bhagavat Katha by Pujya Bhaishri in Delhi from 15th September 2019 for eight days. The Katha is named Ekal Bhagavat Katha of Arpan-tarpan-samarpan (offering to the society, ancestors and God). This Katha supports the Ekal movement whose mission is to provide basic education to every child across Rural India in over 100,000 villages.
The lighting of the lamp on day 1 was graced by Shri Vasudevacharya Vidya Bhaskarji Maharaj from Ramanujacharya Peeth who gave an opening address.
On the first day of the Katha, Pujya Bhaishri said that this is the Ekal Bhagavat Gyan Yagya. Shrimad Bhagavat is a theology; it is the code of paramhansa. At the same time, conventional education must be available for all. Through this Katha, we aim to spread education to the tribal children in the remote villages which the Ekal movement is working in, with a target to soon reach a count of 100,000.