On the occasion of Gita Jayanti, VJM, Varanasi Mandal organises a grand celebration of the birth of Bhagwad Gita through Meditation and Gita Preaching.
Online PR News – 10-December-2019 – Varanasi – The Gita is not just scripture, but an eternally indispensable and vital message to mankind. It is beyond time. It shows you a path to rise above the world of duality and to acquire eternal bliss and immortality. The voice of the Gita is the call of the Supreme. It is a source of energy that'll boost up your inspiration when you feel dejected and feeble. It is a dose of wisdom that power up your mind whenever you face a challenging situation. It always guides you to the path of virtue and righteousness. Its teachings are based on the sacred Upanishads, the ancient revealed metaphysical classics of India.
The Bhagavad Gita is lauded as one of the finest philosophical treatises of all times. Swami Vivekananda said about the Gita, "no better commentary on the Vedas has been written or can be written". The Gita propounds the pursuit of Sanatana dharma or eternal science of values — eternal truth, through all ages, applicable to all peoples of the world.
On the occasion of Gita Jayanti, Vishwa Jagriti Mission, Varanasi Mandal organises à¤§à¥à¤¯à¤¾à¤¨à¤à¤µà¤‚à¤—à¥€à¤¤à¤¾à¤‰à¤ªà¤¦à¥‡à¤¶, a grand celebration of the birth of Bhagwad Gita through Meditation and Gita Preaching. It will be held at the city of Varanasi or Banaras, also known as "Kashi - Shiv ki Nagari", under the divine guidance of Dr. Archika didi join 14th & 15th Dec both morning and evening, at Amar Banquets, C-27/143, Ramkatora Road, Kashi, Uttar Pradesh 221001.
Dr Archika Didi Ji, daughter and disciple of HH Sudhanshu Ji Maharaj will take the sessions. She has been widely known for her meditation sessions and Gita preaching across the Globe. The series of her Gita lectures are telecasted on the television by the name 'Gita Updesh'. Her explanations have helped many to get on the right path of life.
Be a part of this mesmerizing event in a beautiful city, situated on the banks of the holy river Ganga.