Sammelan is a factory to increase seva, shradha & bhakthi
Sammelan is a factory to increase seva, shradha & bhakthi

We have attended a two day Jyot Se Jyot Jagao Sammelan organized at Nashik with the blessings of Pujya Bapuji. In this Sammelan we got lot information and help to run Bal Sanskar Kender and increase our seva and sadhna.

From the day we have surrendered at the feet of Pujya Bapuji we have experienced three important positive transformations in our lives. They are improvement in physical health, improvement in mental peace and increase in our intellect.

In the Nashik Sammelan we got to know and learn many things because of which we can lead our daily life in a much better way and also deal with our problems in a better way. We also understood the importance of the human life (our life) and got to know the things that we should do and the things that we should not do.

Pujya Bapuji always tells these words “Hum na haskar seekhe, na rokar seekhe. Jo kuch bhi seekhe sadguru ke hokhe seekhe”, i.e. “ I have not learnt anything by laughing nor by crying; whatever I have learnt, that is by surrending myself to the lotus feet of my spiritual master!”.  So everyone should participate in the Godly tasks with entire honesty and become one with sadguru .This is our duty and this is also the wish of Sadguru.

Till today I have been part of two Sammelan, I feel that these are not just Sammelan but a factory for sadhaks to increase their shradha, bhakthi and also to align themselves with the teaching of Pujya Gurudev .I believe that whoever attends this Sammelan will enjoy this experience, get a deeper understanding on lot of subjects and seva will also happen automatically without much effort.


                                                                                                                                                Sanjay Gorpade

                                                                                                                                                Belgaum Karnataka


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