“The Story of Rama throws light on all human relationships” said Pujya Bhaishri during Ram katha at Nizamabad, India

“What kind of a relationship should brothers have? How should a relationship be between a mother and son? What is the ideal relationship between a father and son? The correct assessment of all such questions is provided in the Ramayana”, said Pujya Bhaishri while speaking during the Ram katha at Nizamabad, Andhra Pradesh, India. The Ram katha was organized from 2nd to 10th January, 2005 the chief host of which was Shri Ramswarupji Dalia and his family who were supported by other members of the Committee; Sarvashri Omji, Gopalji, Kishirji and others.

Continuing his analysis of Ramayana’s significance in human relations, Pujya Bhaishri further said: “In all our relationships we commit mistakes at some point or the other lead by deceit and selfishness. Selfishness blurs our understanding and as a consequence we do not hesitate to violate the rights of other people. Hence Lord Ram has shown by his example that when God incarnates as a human being even He has to renounce home, kingdom, etc. in the larger interest of the family, displaying the epitome of truth, righteousness, love and commitment. And really speaking it is such noble conduct that lends greatness to His life and makes it exemplary for the entire mankind.”

Pujya Bhaishri arrived in Nizamabad on 2nd Jan 2005 and on the same day he visited the temple of Shri Saibaba. At the commencement of Ram katha a colourful Shobhayatra of the Ramayana granth was organised through all important routes of the city and people showered flowers on the yatra as well as Pujya Bhaishri. All important occasions like Shri Ram Janmotsav, Shri Ram-Sita Vivaha, Rama Rajyabhishek etc. were celebrated with zest and fervour.

During his stay in the city whenever he found time, Pujya Bhaishri visited the important temples in the surrounding areas. One such temple was that of Goddess Saraswati founded by Shri Veda Vyas at a nearby village, Basar. The other was a Hanuman temple at Sri Sarangpur. Pujya Bhaishri also visited a school conducted by the local Marwari Samaj where he delivered an inspiring lecture to the students. During the katha Pujya Bhaishri inspired people to donate and collect aid for the relief of Tsunami affected people which was given to the correct authorities to organize immediate aid.

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