Yearly festivals finishes at Ramakrishna Mission Jammu -
Yearly festivals finishes at Ramakrishna Mission Jammu
Posted 29 Apr 2019 04:34 PM

The three-day long yearly festivals of Ramakrishna Mission (RKM) Jammu finished up here on Sunday with rich experiences on 'Sacred Trio' Swami Vivekananda, Maa Sarada Devi and Thakur Ramakrishna Paramhansa.

The finishing up service, celebrated as 'Ramakrishna Diwas', was gone to by an extensive number of aficionados and local people, who assembled at the premises since early morning. The day began with aficionado's retreat (Bhakta Sammelan) trailed by a progression of projects. Swami Tejomayananda, Secretary Ramakrishna Mission Ashram, Gwalior managed the capacity. He was congratulated by Swami Nirantaranand, Secretary RKM Jammu.

In his presidential location, Swami discussed Holy Mother's life and portrayed Ramakrishna's worship for her and how Paramhansa acknowledged her as first supporter, which happens to be the establishment of Ramakrishna Math. He said that Holy Mother's life was brimming with empathy, love and gifts for her kids.

Swami Anantatmaananda, Secretary Ramakrishna Ashram, Khetri captivated aficionados with musical Bhajans.

Prior while talking about Swami Vivekananda, Swami Nirantaranand said that to go to societal necessities, Ramakrishna chose Vivekananda, as in him he could see the achievement of his central goal. Kuldeep Kumar Sharma, Vice President Srmat Vivekananda Forum talked in Dogri about different exercises attempted by Jammu Ashram for local people.

Prior, on April 26 and 27, 2019, a progression of religious and social occasions were sorted out at Ashram premises. The yearly festivals were initiated by Swami Tejomayananda from Gwalior by lighting customary light with vedic reciting. He was invited by Swami Nirantarananda Maharaj and different enthusiasts.

Madan Mohan of Ghordi, Udhampur and President of Srmat Vivekananda Forum and Dr Sushma Sharma, HoD Dogri, University of Jammu conveyed profound addresses. An entrancing Bhajan Sandhya by Meet Kour, popular artist from Chandigarh and Swami Anantatnananda was exceedingly valued by the lovers. The formal statement of gratitude was displayed by Puran Chand Sharma (Retired Headmaster).

Amid social projects, different religious and reverential melodies were introduced by enthusiasts. A Natak on subject 'Sabke Swami' was displayed by youth of Swami Vivekananda Study Circle Jammu, which was valued by everybody present on the event.

At last, Swami Nirantarananda expressed gratitude toward all enthusiasts and staff of RKM Jammu including Swami Vrajendrananda, Swami Sunishchalananda, Brahmachari Gautam for their persevering committed endeavors to make the yearly festivals, a fantastic achievement.

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