The Bhagwat Katha or Shrimad Bhagwat Mahapuran Katha contains words of wisdom and beneficial teachings that answer the present-day individual's problems. It is a message dealt with to every human to help them fix the troublesome problem and progress in the direction of a bright future. This Holy Scripture is not merely an "old testament", neither is it just a book of "spiritual teachings" or a Hindu divine publication. It goes beyond the limits of any certain religious race or beliefs. It is divine knowledge resolved to humanity for perpetuity to assist humans in encountering and addressing the ever-present issues of birth and fatality, pain, suffering, anxiety, love, and hate.

Listen to Devi Chitralekha Ji Bhagwat Katha recitation to grasp the true values of Bhagwad Gita.

It enables a person to liberate himself from all restricting aspects and get to a state of excellent balance, internal stability and mental tranquillity. It is offering total liberty from sorrow, concern, stress, and anxiety. Within its eighteen phases is disclosed a human emotion. This is the experience of everyone in this world, the dramatization of the ascent of man from a state of utter dejection, sorrow, and a complete breakdown and sadness to a state of excellent understanding, clearness, renewed strength and victory.

Values of Shrimad Bhagwat Katha Chitralekha Recitation

1. Satyam: Speak the fact. Here, reality must be hardened with kindness and concern when required. If the fact creates harm, it is better not to state it when it might occasionally do. For example, it is sometimes far better not to expose a terminally ill individual to his disease's incurable nature.

2. Ahimsa: Course of nonviolence. This does not suggest vegetarianism, for there is no reason for destroying plant life if animal life is not to be compromised. A vegetarian gives for not eating meat because meat comes from physical violence" Himsa"; After that, if taking a life is harsh, why does he eat at all?

Rather, Ahimsa implies refraining from doing physical violence past that bare minimum without which we cannot endure.

3. Asteyam: This implies not taking that which does not belong to one. "Stena" suggests "taking". Myself. No person has to be greedy or selfish.

4. Daya: Compassion as well as compassion for all living creatures. Hinduism is a "faith" of love. Generosity, mercy, altruism, and also making assistance to the needy even at tremendous cost to oneself.

5. Kshanti: It is a combination of complementary virtues of patience, mercy, and resistance and holding up against suffering.

6. Arjavam: This describes simplicity, straightforwardness and absence of deception. One has to be open as well as free from pretension. You can learn more about it in the Devi Chitralekha Ji Bhagwat Katha narration.

7. Madhuryam: Possessing sweetness of disposition and also a good and also enjoyable character. He is not discourteous or impolite and finds as a balanced and even likeable individual.

8. Dama: This is self-control, i.e., the power of passions. One must not permit his incorrect impulses to get the better of him. He does not give up on the needs of his sensitive body to villainous limits.

9. Dana: This means to provide, to educate, to disperse, to share, to purify and also to shield.

10. Akalkata: This implies being without sin. It is the reaction to an action. The above discussed nine worths avoid a person from dedicating an evil deed.

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Devi Chitralekha Ji is the perfect epitome of above said words. At a age when a child remain dependent on its parents barely for speaking, at such age Devi ji has successfully preached so many "Katha Shrimad Bhagwat".