Arlekar hoisting Shiv Dhwajarohan at Brahmakumari Sansthan
Governor Rajendra Vishwanath Arlekar stressed on following Indian high traditions and said that the organization could play an important role to establish good thoughts and culture in the society.
The Governor was speaking at the Shiv Dhwajarohan program organized under the Amrit Mahotsav of Independence at Prajapita Brahmakumari Ishwariya Sansthan, Pantha Ghati here today.
He said that in the present context the strength of the Sangh or the organization is the only worthy concept. That is our power, religion and soul, he added.
He expressed concern that we have understanding religion in a different way. He added that Dharma means self discipline. Adoption of religion does not bring demerit in governance and thoughts, he said and called upon the people and organizations who dedicated their lives for the establishment of religion to protect our rich culture so that good notion and culture could be established in the society.
The Governor said that Mahashivratri has a special occasion and importance in our cultural life. He said that Indian culture has considered spirituality as the soul of the country. But, we forgot this aspect or original ideas and got attracted towards western culture. He added that our rich culture and religion has not tried to conquer any part of the world by force, but we believe in winning the hearts of the people. It was with this belief that Prajapita Brahmakumari Ishwariya Sansthan is functioning. He praised the work of the Sansthan and said that their work was exemplary.
Earlier, the Governor also planted an apple sapling at the campus of the Sansthan.
Earlier, Brahma Kumari Rajni, head of Prajapita Brahmakumari Ishwariya Sansthan, Pantha Ghati honored the Governor. Brahma Kumari Sunita welcomed the Governor.
Brahmakumar Hriday Ram, former MLA apprised about the activities of the Sansthan. He informed that about 12 lakh regular students were getting the knowledge of spirituality through more than 10,000 service centers of Prajapita Brahmakumari in about 140 countries across the world. On the occasion, Kumari Arshi Dulta performed a dance.
Prominent people were also present on the occasion