Bharatha Desa has been beautified by the two eyes of Vedas and Sastras, said Bhagawan, discoursing on the infinite beauty of Sanathana Bharati. Taking a cue from Bhagawan’s teachings on the Sanathana Dharma of India or Bharat, the Balvikas children of the Parthi Yatra team of combined districts of Adilabad from Telangana presented a programme entitled ‘Sanathana Bharati’, on the more-often-untold beauty of the immaculately significant Bharatiya culture.
Titled ‘Sanathana Bharati’ the presentation was a revelation on the infinite ocean of spiritual culture that holds India, Bharat, distinct from the rest of the world. Cascading forth an unending stream of most significant information from the Vedas and Sastras, of India’s golden-olden treasure, connecting the sky and ocean and more, the drama this evening had many facts on many facets, under the Sun and beyond touching the creation at large. Great traditions, cultures, kingdoms, scientific and medical explorations including that of Ayurveda and mathematics, revolutionary educational systems, Vedic Indian glory, and many more were the pointers for the evening presented by the tiny tots.
Resolving on the infinite beauty of Bharat and its eternal dharma, Sanathana Dharma, the high-spirited presentation ended with a rendering of the famed ‘Aha Raha Tava…’ the prayer song sung by Beloved Bhagawan as a student during His school days.
Earlier, commencing the session, district president of SSSSO, Adilabad, Sri D. Janardhan addressed the august assembly narrating a personal miracle of His Touch Of Grace, enhancing the glory of ‘Leap Of Faith’ on this special leap day, 29 Feb 2020. Profusely thanking Bhagawan, Sri Janardhan briefly touched upon some of the salient Seva activities in the combined districts.
Over 3000 devotees from the combined districts are participating in the 2-day Parthi Yatra.
The combined Telangana districts include Adilabad, Komaram Bheem, Mancherial district, and Nirmal districts. This is the 14th Parthi Yatra on the trot by the ‘combined’ districts, that had its commencement in 2007, in His immediate Physical Presence. Rightly they call it Parvivartan Yatra, the Journey Of Transformation.
Bhajans continued and the session concluded with Mangala Arathi to Bhagawan.