On Day 3 Ekal Bhagavat Katha in Delhi, with the theme of renunciation (Arpan, tarpan and samarpan), Pujya Bhaishri focuses on giving and performing service.
Pujya Ritambara Didi Maa graced the occasion and addressed the gathering at the opening of the third day.
Pujya Bhaishri said that Shrimad Bhagavat has been described by Ved Vyasji as two different sources of divine light.
Firstly, Bhagavat is referred to as the sun amongst scriptures that has risen after the departure of the incarnation of Shri Krishna to his abode in this dark age of Kaliyug.
Secondly, for those that may worry what happens once the sun sets, Ved Vyasji has also compared Bhagavat to a spiritual lamp in Shukdevjiʼs Stuti as sung by Sutji in the first canto of the Bhagavat.