Mahant Nritya Gopal Das Maharaj of Ayodhya Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra President Maniram Das Cantonment said on the occasion of Geeta Jayanti organized at Valmiki Ramayana Bhavan here today that Geeta not only guides Hindu religion but also gives knowledge to the entire mankind. Geeta is the foundation stone of Indian culture. Geeta has first place in Hindu scriptures.
Shrimad Bhagavad Gita recited at Valmiki Ramayana Bhawan
Thousands of Vedic scholars, Batukas, and Saint Dharmacharyas present in the Valmiki Ramayana Bhawan recited Shrimad Bhagavad Gita. In his blessings, the Teerth Kshetra President said that the knowledge given by Lord Shri Krishna to Arjuna was written in Gita, which is an important scripture for human life. The Gita begins with religion and ends with action. He said that Gita inspires man. What is the duty of man? The aim of the Gita is to make one realize this.
Most of the standards of human behavior had collapsed in the then society: Mahant Kamalnayan
Successor Mahant Kamalnayan said that on the basis of what happened in the Mahabharata era, it can be said that most of the standards of human behavior in the then society had collapsed. Many people knew that injustice had been done to the Pandavas, but only a handful of people had the courage to come in their support, and from this Shrimad Bhagavad Gita was born by blowing the panchajanya to eliminate untruth, malpractice, sinfulness, incest from the root.
Narrator Pandit Radheshyam Shastri said this
Narrator Pandit Radheshyam Shastri said that in just 45 minutes, Lord Krishna gave the fear-free mantra to the deluded Arjuna by communicating knowledge in the public interest through 701 verses in just 45 minutes. It is said in the Gita in the form of a great mantra, "Etatanna Hantumichhami Dhnato$pi Madhusudan/Api Trilokya Rajyasya Hero: But Mahikrite. Yogeshwar Krishna explains to Arjuna who is deluded, "Arjuna, you say that there will be loss in the war, family-religion, caste-religion will be destroyed. . You say that I can live by begging, but why don't you think that "the field of public interest is bigger than the interest of the family and caste. If you decide to abstain, then it will cause irreparable damage to the public interest. You will be tortured by injustice, and along with you, the whole world will also start grinding in the current system of injustice. Is it not your religion to free the people from injustice? He said today The era is afraid of nuclear war. In such a situation, only the preaching of the Gita can guide us. Today's man, despite being progressive, is bereft of duty. Therefore, he can make his life happy and joyful by taking guidance from Gita. .
Geeta Jayanti day is very important for Ayodhya: VHP leader
VHP leader Sharad Sharma said that if we recite the Shrimad Bhagwad Gita, which appeared from the voice of Lord Shri Krishna, then our lives will become helpful in making the nation glorious for the welfare of the people. But it is the misfortune of this nation that the land on which Shrimad Bhagwat Geeta was born. At the same time, this Mahagranth is not being made universally accessible and public welfare. He reminded me that this day of Gita Jayanti is very important for this "Ayodhya. December 6, 1992, was "Gita Jayanti" according to the Hindi date. The day on which the symbolic structure of slavery ended.
were present in the program
During the program, Vedic scholars, scholars, and saints were honored by giving Angvastra Dakshina. On this occasion, Kripalu Ram Das, Secretary of Sri Maniram Das Cantonment Trust, "Punjabi Baba", Manager of Ram Naam Bank, Puneet Ram Das, Sant Janaki Das, Ramraksha Das, Anandshastri Sant Balram Das, Sant Ram Das, Devendrapati Tripathi, Dr. Ramtej Pandey, Dr. Talukdar, Pandit Anirudh Shukla, Pandit Ram Shankar Dwivedi, Rajendra Pandey, Pandit Vishwanayak, Principal Indradev Mishra, Narad Bhattarai, Durga Prasad Gautam, Acharya Rishabh Sharma, Pandit Umesh Pandey, Shrutidhar Divedi, Deepak Shastri Anirudh Shukla, Mahant Ramakrishna Das, Vimalkrishna Das, Sant Ramshankar Das, etc. were present.