Message of peace and harmony in world to be relayed from Indian soil
Spiritual Satsang held on arrival of Asha Yatra
Bhopal, October 20, 2015 (Ataullah Faizan): Chief Minister Mr. Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that development without happiness, affection, brotherhood and harmony is unacceptable. He stressed the need to discuss situation and direction of material progress. Mr. Chouhan stated this at spiritual Gurushri. M’s spiritual satsang at CM House on arrival of Asha Yatra to promote India’s peace, harmony and Swachchh Bharat at Bhopal today. The Chief Minister wondered as to what would be result of cut-throat competition of materialism. Its reply can be found in Indian culture only, where religion means happiness of all. Others’ welfare is biggest religion and harassment of others is considered biggest sin. He said that it is Indian culture which talks about harmony between living beings and global welfare. Welcoming propounder of Asha Yatra Gurushri M and other office-bearers, he said that the Yatra has kindled new hope and trust. A new atmosphere is emerging in the country. Mr. Chouhan felicitated Gurushri with shawl and coconut. He also welcomed Archbishop Mr. Leo Carnelio, Gyani Dilip Singh, Bhanteputra Shrisakalshakya and Miss Kalapni with bouquets.
Gurushri M said that message of peace, harmony and knowledge will be relayed to the world from the soil of India. People from all over the world will come to India in search of spiritual peace and harmony. He said that part of Omnipresent Almighty resides in every human being’s heart. Human being is himself a temple of God. Serving humans is worship of God. He said that like a Musk Deer, every person seeks bliss in outside world whereas it resides in his heart itself. He said that Indian culture has embraced all religions with a open heart. Asha Yatra has been organised for disseminating this very message.
The on-foot journey started from Kanyakumari on January 2105 and will reach Kashmir in April 2016. Guru Mr. M also recited bhajans at the satsang. Miss. Kalapni presented Bhajans of Malwa region’s Bhakti poet Gopichand, Nath Sant and Kabir Das. A documentary on Asha Yatra was also screened. Former Chief Minister Mr. Kailash Joshi, Chief Minister’s wife Mrs. Sadhana Singh, Commerce and Industries Minister Mrs. Yashodhara Raje Scindia, Revenue Minister Mr. Rampal Singh, large number of devotees and members of Yatra’s core group were present on the occasion.