Shrimad Bhagwat Katha The first step to the salvation of human life.
Pandit Aman Aditya Narayan
Rahim Sherani, Hindustani Jhabua Bhagwat Katha was organized from December 19–25 by the Jatav family in village Kalia near Pitol.
To listen to the Bhagwat Katha, along with the devotees of Pitol Nagar, hundreds of Bhagwat-loving devotees from Gujarat and Rajasthan came every day to listen to the Bhagwat Katha.
On the 19th, the story started with the Kalash Yatra, in which the story of seven days included Shiv Parvati’s marriage, the incarnation of Ram, Krishna’s birth anniversary, the child’s pastimes of Lord Krishna and 56 bhogs, Rukmani’s marriage, and Sudama’s character, and ended with the story.
The story was told through the voice of 19-year-old young storyteller Pandit Aman Aditya Narayan about Bhagwat Katha.
By listening to Shrimad Bhagwat Katha with full faith and devotion, one attains salvation.
There have been many such people in the world who have attained salvation.
Bhagwat Katha and Satsang In the seven-day Shrimad Bhagwat Katha, he said that King Parikshit heard the story only once and got salvation.
But we have been listening to the story many times.
But there is no change in our actions, our thoughts, our behavior, etc.
This change will come only when you take a bath in the Ganga in the form of satsang.
He said that there is a difference between Bhagirathi Ganga and Ganga in the form of satsang.
When you go to take a bath in Bhagirathi Ganga and do not know how to swim, you will feel fear from within.
But when you take a bath in Ganga in the form of satsang, we become fearless.
We attain ultimate happiness and realize the importance of life.
Therefore, listen to stories and do satsang as well; only then will there be prosperity in life.
The more time is spent at the feet of God, the better it is. Every moment is very precious in this world. The time that has passed will never come back. Therefore, one should not waste life unnecessarily.
The life given by God should be spent only with God and in the satsang of God.
He said that Bhagwat starts with a question, and the first question is: How will the welfare of the living beings of Kaliyuga be achieved? Satya Yuga, Treta, and Dwapar Yuga have not been discussed in this.
In such a situation, the question arises: why is this discussed again and again and not anything else?
There are many reasons for this, like being young, unlucky, or sick.
Therefore, the one who cannot worship God in this world is the most unfortunate.
God comes to this earth again and again so that we can enjoy His stories in Kaliyuga and purify our minds through stories. A person leaves this world with only his karma. Therefore, do good deeds. Listen to the story of God to gain fortune, devotion, renunciation, and salvation.
Srimad Bhagavatam is the essence of all the Vedas.
A person who is satisfied by drinking this Rasamrit cannot take pleasure in anything else.
By merely listening to Bhagwat Katha, the sins of many births are destroyed.
Listening to Bhagwat leads to worldly and spiritual development.
In this Kalyug, a person crosses the ocean of existence as soon as he listens to the story of Bhagwat Purana. In this seven-day Sangeet Mayi Katha, music was arranged by Pandit Vinod Joshi Pintu Bhai Rajkumar Verma. Sonu Parmar Atul Vyas, in the musician group, performed Purnavati on the 25th afternoon after Bhagwat Katha Aarti, after which a grand procession of Bhagwat Pothi was taken out.
Maha Prasadi Bhandare was organized by the organizer family, Garwar Patwari and his wife Suraj Jatav.
In which thousands of devotees took Mahaprasad, and the Jatav family thanked all the devotees who listened to the story.