The Meaning of Gayatri Mantra – Day 3 Shri Ram Krishna Bhagavat Pravāh in Surat

Whether Ganga flows within or without the limits of a bank, Ganga is beautiful; meaning Truth is beautiful. When a spiritual leader or saint experiences the Truth, they create banks for their followers to experience the same. Until such a sect remains connected to the Truth, it is beautiful. Pujya Bhaishri talks about this as the main theme on day 3 Katha of Shri Ram Krishna Bhagavat Pravah. Watch the highlights which include this topic in brief in addition to the magnificent darshan of the various forms of Gods and saints exhibited by youngsters during the Katha.

When actions, thoughts and emotions are connected to the Truth, they are considered as Dharma. If your emotions and thoughts are connected to truth, then your actions will be aligned to truth.

Who should be your friend?

From the examples of Karna and Duryodhan who were friends versus Lord Krishna and Arjun who were also friends, Pujya Bhaishri emphasises how important it is on the type of friend you have. Who should be your friend? How must they be? Do not keep the wrong company. A friend should be one who can guide you in reaching your aim and fill you with inspiration as well as positivity when you are low.

The meaning and importance of Gayatri Mantra

Pujya Bhaishri also explains the meaning of the Gayatri Mantra as well as why we should chant it. Watch this video clip to understand the meaning of Gayatri Mantra.

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