Day 8: Green Ram Katha – Sacred Ceremony for Nepal Buddha Temple
June 23, 2015
The eighth day of the green Shri Ram Katha at Parmarth Niketan by Pujya Sant Shri Morari Bapu was joined by Pujya Swamiji, Pujya Dr. Pranav Pandyaji, Vice-Chancellor of Dev Sanskriti Vishwa Vidyala, Haridwar and Acharya Balkrishanji, Vice-Chancellor of Patanjali Yogpeeth, Haridwar and Sadhvi Bhagawati Saraswatiji, President of Divine Shakti Foundation.
The continuation of the divine katha engaged and inspired all yatris and pilgrims to delve deeper into the beautiful Ramayana / Ram Charit Manas. Watch the beautiful katha online at: https://youtu.be/7GpYQkmWWtA
The symbolic inauguration of reconstruction project of a sacred Buddha temple in an Earthquake devastated Nepal village was gracefully carried out, just after the Katha, by blessed hands of our respected saints. The rehabilitation project has been inspired, led and driven by Pujya Swamiji’s divine vision under Project Hope-Divine Shakti Foundation, an organization founded by Pujya Swamiji and lead by Sadhviji.
The pledge to rebuild the temple was initially taken up on the auspicious occasion of Buddha Purnima in May this year, during Pujya Swamiji’s visit to Nepal.
Pujya Swamiji was so deeply touched to see that even after tremendous loss of propertyin the midst of the aftershocks of the Earthquake in Nepal the villagers were most heart-broken and saddened by the loss of their temple. It was then that He inspired them to channel their faith into action and work together to rebuild their temple. Since then Project Hope, with its team of volunteers, is providing all the necessary support and resources in these efforts. To support and donate to the Nepal Rehabilitation efforts, learn more at www.projecthope-india.org and www.divineshaktifoundation.org
Stay tuned for a video on the very special ceremony by the respected saints during the sacred Shri Ram Katha and their collective pledge to support the temple reconstruction as well as to come to inaugurate the temple with Pujya Morari Bapu after it has been constructed.