Jagat Guru Nanak Dev Punjab State Open University has established the God Parshuram Chair in Patiala and celebrated the birthday of God Parshuram.

Jagat Guru Nanak Dev Punjab State Open University has established the God Parshuram Chair in Patiala and celebrated the birthday of God Parshuram on 8/5/24. They conducted a seminar dedicated to God (Pashuram). The seminar focused on his teachings and contributions to society under the guidance of Dr.Karamjeet Singh, VC of Jagat Guru Nanak Dev Punjab State University.

On this occasion, a special guest was Prof. Ramesh Chander Bhardwaj, VC of Sanskrit Maharishi Valmiki University, who delivered a keynote address outlining the importance of Pashuram’s legacy. He emphasised the need for the younger generation to understand and appreciate the teachings of Pashuram in order to uphold traditional values and principles.

A renowned speaker, Dr. Vibha Aggarwal, was present from the department of Sanskrit kurukshetra. She highlighted how Pashuram’s teachings can serve as a guiding light for future generations. And she also briefly mentioned God Parshuram’s life history, incidents, and his unwavering dedication to upholding dharma. She emphasised the importance of incorporating these teachings into modern life for spiritual growth and self-improvement. And many of her followers made a vow to carry on Parshuram’s legacy as a result of her stirring words. Dr. Aggarwal’s insightful presentation shed light on the relevance of Parshuram’s teachings in today’s society, urging individuals to reflect on their own values and beliefs. Her message resonated with the audience, inspiring many to commit to following in Parshuram’s footsteps and embodying his principles in their daily lives. In this event, many Snathani leaders and followers were present. The event served as a catalyst for a new wave of spiritual awakening and dedication among the community.

At the event, a book, Bhagwan Parshuram Ji: Jiwan and Sadhna, written by Dr. Parvinder Sharma was released, providing further inspiration and guidance to all those in attendance. Dr. Manjit Singh, registrar of Jagat Guru Nanak Dev Punjab State Open University, thanks the audience for their continued support and participation in the event. He emphasised the importance of following Parshuram’s teachings in order to lead a fulfilling and purposeful life. Dr. Singh also encouraged everyone to carry forward the message of peace and harmony that was at the core of Parshuram’s philosophy.

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Spiritual light and God

Spiritual light is often seen as a metaphor for understanding or knowledge. In some religious traditions, it is considered to be a physical manifestation of the divine. In others, it is seen as a way to connect with the divine.

When we connect with the divine, we open ourselves up to limitless possibilities. we can connect with the divine in many ways, including through prayer, meditation, and yoga. When we connect with the divine, we become one with the universe, and we can experience bliss, peace, and love.

Divine lightening is one of the most powerful weapons in the arsenal of God. It is used to destroy evil and punish the wicked. When God sends a bolt of divine lightening, it is a sign that he is angry and that sinners will suffer.

Spirituality is a personal journey. There are many ways to find or connect with God. Below are some ways that have worked for others. Some people find God through nature. They may go for walks in the park, sit by the ocean, or watch the stars at night. Others find God through prayer or meditation. They may say prayers before bed, take time each day to sit in silence, or use a mantra. Others find God through service. They may volunteer at a soup kitchen, help a neighbor carry groceries, or visit a nursing home. Others find God through scripture.

They may read the Gita, Bible, Torah, or Qur’an, or listen to teachings from these texts. No matter how you find God, the most important thing is to be open to the experience. Allow yourself to be curious and explore your spiritual side. If you have any questions, don’t be afraid to ask someone you trust.

Lord Krishan is known as the supreme teacher of yoga and the Gita. The following are some teachings from Krishan on the Gita:

1. The Gita is a guide to yoga and the path of liberation.

2. The Gita is a journey from the darkness of ignorance to the light of knowledge.

3. The Gita teaches that the universe is an expression of the divine will.

4. The Gita is a guide to the highest form of spiritual realization.

5. The Gita is a guide to the supreme principle of life.

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