Enlightening Messages by Pujya Bhaishri from Days 7 and 8 Chennai Katha

As the Chennai Shrimad Bhagavat Katha comes to an end, we share some of the enlightening messages by Pujya Bhaishri on days 7 and 8.

Shri Krishna’s story/character provides joy and bliss whereas Lord Ram’s story/character provides rest and peace.

Bhagavat liberates us from the grief of the past, fear of the future and attachment to the present. A true devotee is one who is free from grief of the past, fear of the future and attachment to the present.

One must perform Yagya (fire sacrifice), penance and charity regularly. One must not stop carrying out these noble deeds.

Unity in society will only be possible through equality and harmony.

That which masks God is illusion. That which masks the true form of the soul is lust/material attachments. That which masks knowledge is ignorance. Not only are these covers necessary, but it is also necessary to remove these covers.

When worshipping the Almighty with form and attributes, four things are important: God’s form, name, leela (pastimes) and abode (divine place).

God is in all and everything is in God. There is nothing outside of God.


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