Mar 5, 2017

‘Maharshi Mahesh Yogi is a sadguru in real sense’

Maharshi Mahesh Yogi birth centenary was celebrated in grand manner in city on Saturday
The Hitavada
March 5, 2017

Maharshi Mahesh Yogi birth centenary was celebrated in grand manner in city on Saturday

Maharshi Mahesh Yogi has possessed all attributes of ‘Sadguru’ described in Vedic scriptures. He had attained the bliss of Brahman, the supreme joy and became unique identity of spiritual India, said Peethadhishwar of Devnath Math, Surji Anjangaon, Jitendranath Maharaj
on Saturday.

Maharaj was addressing as a chief guest of His Holiness Maharshi Mahesh Yogi birth centenary celebration programme organised by Maharshi Vidya Mandir Bhandara in association with Maharshi Group
of Institutions at Gayatri Shaktipeeth, Jagnade Square, Nandanvan.

Jitendranath Maharaj recited a hymn from Guru Geeta to support his statement and said, the hymn describes Sadguru as ‘one who is pure, free from delusion, who is an embodiment of wisdom beyond the duality of the world, sky high in spirituality, one with divinity, eternal, without impurities, immovably established in truth, he who is witness to everything (from his omniscience.) beyond the mind (emotions), without the three gunas (of sattva, rajas, tamas),’ could be termed as ‘Sadguru’. Maharshi Mahesh Yogi has achieved all these requirements and became spiritual master of entire world, he added.

Shankaranand Saraswati Swami of Dattapeeth Kashi was the guest of honour.
Union Minister of Road Transport and Shipping Nitin Gadkari in his audio-visual message stated that Maharshi Mahesh Yogi has spent his entire life for the development of society on the basis of morality and value based life style. He was instrumental in reviving ancient Indian culture, tradition, history, heritage and legacy. He had also presented scientific principles of ancient Indian science in modern format. His followers should spread his principles as a mission and it should become a public movement, he added.

MLC Anil Sole, MLA Vikas Kumbhare, Mayor Pravin Datke, Bhuwaneshji Sharma, Kulpati, Maharshi Ved Vigyan, Bhopal; Baburao Maharaj Lanke from Samarthwadi, Govinddas Channe Maharaj, Dharmachari Sampark Pramukh, Bhandara; Nana Maharaj from Tumsar; BK Rajani Didi, Head of Brahmakumaries Nagpur Centre; Gaurishankar Bisen from Gayatri Pariwar; Prakash Singh, General Secretary Shri Guru Singh Sabha; Zeshila Kunchak, Temba; Zeshila Upen, Kalsaang, Jain Muni Akshay Rishi etc. also spoke on this occasion.

In his key note speech, Chairman of Maharshi Group of Institutions, Brahmachari Girish Ji said, Maharshi Mahesh Yogi had simplified various aspects of Vedic Science for easy understanding of common man. Knowledge should be compared with Sun rays. Like the rays of rising Sun, knowledge start spreading. The rays of Sun could reach at each and every corner of the world at mid noon. Maharshi Mahesh Yogi was like a Sun who had propagated the universal knowledge of this great nation to each and every corner of the world, he added. Maharashi Mahesh Yogi invented Transcendental Meditation to make life of every individual blissful. Maharshi’s vision of brining heaven on the earth has been fulfilled because of very simple meditation technique practiced daily by thousands of individuals.

Dr Brahmachari Girish Ji also mentioned that in-order to achieve this he has planned to have over 100 conferences in India so that people attend, know, learn, practice thus contributing towards World peace in their own small way. Prof Bhuvanesh Sharma, chancellor of Maharshi Ved Vigyan spoke on positive effects of Transcendental Meditation and the way it relieves stress by providing rest deeper than sleep.

Dr Pankaj Chande, former VC of Kavikulguru Kalidas Sanskrit University, spoke on the contributions of Maharshi Mahesh Yogi in re-establishing the principles of Yog Shashtra in scientific manner. Shruti Sanjay Ohale, Principal of Maharshi Mandir, Bhandara delivered welcome

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