The people of Guwahati, the famous city of Goddess Kamakhya in Assam, India had the honour of hosting Pujya Bhaishri’s Ram katha. The Ram katha was organized by Shri Manikchandji Jalan and his associates.

On the enchanting banks of river Brahmaputra, Pujya Bhaishri narrated the divine tales from Lord Ram’s life daily from 9 a.m. to 1:30 in the afternoon. Pujya Bhaishri in his inimitable style emphasized the importance of person’s own desire for spiritual progress saying: “Invoking our own divinity is necessary for attaining emancipation. God’s grace, blessings of Sadguru and blessings of holy texts are undoubtedly required for a person’s emancipation. But along with all these factors one’s own will or desire for liberation is also indispensable. And this desire only rises when the person’s own divinity or soul is invoked and its blessings sought.” Pujya Bhaishri termed this invocation of individual divinity as Atmakripa or blessing’s of one’s own soul. “Atmakripa,” said Pujya Bhaishri “meant our own efforts, our endeavours, our devotion and the call that we send out to God from the bottom of our heart.” Quoting the famous Sanskrit saying: ‘Na hi suptasya simhasya mukhe pravishanti mrigah’, Pujya Bhaishri explained: “The deer does not enter the mouth of a sleeping lion. It has to hunt for its prey in the forest. The same is also true in the field of spiritual sadhana.”

Speaking about the problem of terrorism in Assam Pujya Bhaishri said that people should live amicably with unity and love for each other. That alone will bring about the development of the region. They should not think of separating.

During his stay in Guwahati Pujya Bhaishri visited the temples of Goddess Kamakhya, Shri Shukreshwar Mahadev and Shri Tirupati Balaji.


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