‘Ram Katha is a katha of Love and Sacrifice’ says Pujya Bhaishri in Shukratal, India

A divine Ram Katha by Pujya Bhaishri was held at Shukratal (North India) at the banks of Maa Ganga from 29th March to 6th April 2012. The katha was held at Hanumaddham ashram, by the chief host and monastery of this ashram, Shri Bhramachariji Keshavanandji Maharaj.
The Shobha Yatra left on the first day from Shri Hanumanji Mandir. Many devotees joined the Shobha Yatra with great joy and enthusiasm. The narration of the katha began after the formal ceremonies.
Narrating the katha, Pujya Bhaishri said, “This is the land on which Shri Shukdevji Maharaj narrated the katha to Shri Pareekshitji and consequently the king attained emancipation. Therefore, this is the land of emancipation.
Pujya Bhaishri also said that this katha purifies the whole world just like Maa Ganga. This Ram Katha is being held on the holy land of divine saints. Ram Katha is a katha of tyaag (sacrifice) and vairagya (aversion to worldly pleasures). It is a katha of love, mercy and compassion. Ram Katha emphasises patriotism and sacrifice.
The birth of Bhagavan Shri Ram was celebrated with great zest and fanfare during the katha. Pujya Bhaishri visited Shuk teerth and Vishnu ashram during his stay at Shukratal. He also performed pooja of Maa Ganga on one evening.
Shri Mahamandaleshwar Param Pujya Guru Sharananandji Maharaj and Param Pujya Bhramaswaroop Bhramachariji remained present to listen to the entire Ram katha.

The entire journey of Ram katha was auspicious and filled with bliss.


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