Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla on Saturday mentioned the spiritual Hindu e book Bhagavad Gita doesn’t belong to any specific language, area or faith however to your entire humanity.
Mr Birla was in Kurukshetra to participate within the ongoing International Gita Mahotsav and was accompanied by Haryana Chief Minister ML Khattar and State Assembly Speaker Gian Chand Gupta amongst others.
If there may be darkness or issue in anybody’s life, then Gita can present the best way ahead. “very doubt in our life can be cleared after reading a small part of the “Gita Saar”,” mentioned Mr Birla.
“India is the world’s largest democracy and the base of our democracy was laid thousands of years ago by the sages and thinkers who always emphasised on the path of peace, spiritually and equality among all forms of life present on the planet,” he mentioned.
The Lok Sabha speaker was the chief visitor on the valedictory perform of the seminar held as a part of the International Gita competition organised by Kurukshetra University (KU) and Kurukshetra Development Board.
Mr Birla appreciated the efforts of the college in organising the seminar which, he mentioned, will inspire the younger era to take inspiration from the Gita and imbibe its teachings of their lives.
Mr Birla mentioned that in in the present day’s digital age, the youth are intellectually succesful and are main the world. If they get religious data, then their lives will go in the suitable path, he mentioned.
“We should adopt the message of Gita in our life,” he mentioned, including those that sacrificed their lives within the freedom motion additionally took inspiration from the Gita.
“Today there is a need for peace in the material world. We take refuge in God during happiness and sorrow; this is our culture. We get new inspiration from the holy book Gita and we try to govern ethically keeping in mind the expectations and aspirations of the people. Along with our rights, we should also follow our duties,” he mentioned.
Meanwhile, Mr Khattar mentioned, “Prime Minister Narendra Modi motivated us in 2014 to celebrate the significance of Gita and the holy land Kurukhetra by celebrating Gita Mahotsav every year”.
“Today, Gita Mahotsav has become an International event and it is playing an important role in disseminating the universal message of karma, bhakti, gyan and moksha to the entire world,” he mentioned.
At the occasion, 75 households of freedom fighters from Haryana had been honoured to mark the 75 years of ”Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav”.
Welcoming the company, Kurukshetra University Vice-Chancellor Som Nath Sachdeva mentioned the varsity has efficiently organised the International Gita Seminar for the sixth yr in a row.
The college lays particular emphasis on the all-round growth of its college students after they study India”s wonderful previous, its religious and ethical traditions and moral values together with their formal training, he mentioned.