Pujya Bhaishri’s Shri Ram katha in Rishikesh commenced on the auspicious day of Pandav Panchami, also known as Labh Panchami. The katha was hosted by Shri Atulbhai Pandya and his family at Parmarth Niketan located on the sacred banks of the holy river Maa Ganga. Shri Atulbhai Pandya is closely associated with the Sandipani parivar and is an honourable trustee of Shri Hari Seva Trust. Pujya Bhaishri, Swami Chidanandaji and other saints present on the occasion extended their sincere appreciation and blessings to Shri Atulbhai Pandya and his family for hosting this katha. The Chief Minister of Uttarkhand, Shri Rameshchandra Pokhariyal Nishanka also came to listen to the katha.
The people of Rishikesh considered themselves very fortunate to get the opportunity to listen to Shri Ram Katha from Pujya Bhaishri who has earned a worldwide recognition for his endeavour of spreading the Indian culture and religion across the globe. In the discourse Pujya Bhaishri unravelled the essence of the Shri Ram Charit Manas and offered solutions to the various social problems prevailing in the society currently. He presented the well known incidents of Shri Sati moh, Shri Ram janma and Shri Ram vivah in a new perspective. Renowned saints like the chief of Bharat Mata Mandir, Swami Satyamitranandji Maharaj, Param Pujya Mahamandaleshwar Swami Shri Asanganandaji Maharaj and Swami Ramdevji Maharaj attended and addressed the audience gathered to hear the Ram katha.
The katha sessions were held from 9am to 1pm while cultural programmes were organised in the evenings. Shrimad Bhagavat was also recited during the katha sessions. In addition, the devotees participated in the evening aarati of Maa Ganga.

Occasions like Tulsi vivah, Chunari manorath and recitation of Sundar kand were carried out with great devotion in a blissful atmosphere.


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