This Children’s day became a memorable one for the students of Shiksha Ki Kashi, Kota where they learned about culture, spirituality, meditation and patience. The biggest ‘Bhakti ki Pathshala’ Sanskar Mahotsav 2019 is being organized by ALLEN Career Institute on 14th and 15th November. More than 1 lac science students will be taking deep dive in this divine spiritual event.
Traditionally dressed up faculties, elite decorations and mesmerizing Bhajans compelled everyone to dance on the holy tunes in Sanskar Mahotsav 2019 held at ALLEN Sangyan, Landmark City, Kunhadi on 14th November. During the occasion the students were taught about Physics of Life, Maths of Patience, Chemistry of Spirituality and Biology of Meditation with devotional songs. It was such a class of devotion, where students learned about religion and teachers about karma. Everywhere the students were seen enjoying and dancing on the Bhajans. This unique confluence of devotion and science connected students with spirituality and meditation.
Revered ShriJhalaria Peethadhishwar Swamiji Shri Ghanshyamacharya Ji Maharaj was also present in the event. He taught students about religion, patience and meditation. He said that Sanskar Mahotsav is the festival organized to teach sanskars. Sanskars guide our lives and keep our character clean, reminds us of our duties towards family, society and country.
Keep Your Faith Strong
The teachers feel privileged to serve the society by educating the youngsters and the students should also feel privileged to have teachers who are there to impart education to them. Hence, we must have faith in God and thank him for all the privileges we have in life, Maharaj Ji added. He also gave success mantras to students. Students should be open to learn new things just like a crow that sits and watch out for his prey. They should be focused on their goal just like a crane that is focused on his target. Students should be dedicated to their aim and should have a balanced sleep just like a dog. Having a balanced diet is very important for a student.
Students and Faculties danced on mesmerizing Bhajans
The event began with religious songs. Director of the Institute, Sh. Govind Maheshwari inaugurated the event with Ganpati Vandana, followed by devotional Bhajans. In this divine ceremony, mother of the ALLEN Directors Smt. Krishnadevi Manandhana and directors Sh. Rajesh Maheshwari, Sh. Naveen Maheshwari and Sh. Brajesh Maheshwari were also present. Everywhere the students were seen enjoying dancing on the Bhajans. Flowers were showered with joy and frolic amidst beautiful Jhankis. The programme was a combination of spirituality, devotion, music and rituals. Sh Kishan Gujjar (Family court judge), Sh. Yogendra Kumar Purohit (District and Sessions Judge Kota), Sh Rajiv Bijlani (ADJ 1), Sh Keshav Kaushik (District and Session Judge Bundi), Sh Ramkishan Sharma (Railway Magistrate Kota), Sh Dharmendra Sharma (District Session Judge Economic Court Kota), Sh Om Prakash Kasera (Collector) were present on the occasion.
Marriage of Lord Venketesh and Goddess Laxmi took place in Divya Kalyanotsav
Soon Lord Venkatesh and Lakshmi’s grand “savaari” came and Divya Kalyanotsav was started. As soon as the Divya Kalyanotsav of Lord Venkatesh commenced in the huge pandal, thousands of students cherished this moment with a shower of flower to the Lord. A grand procession of Lord Venketesh and Goddess Laxmi arrived accompanied with music and verses. The Idol of Bhagvant Vigrah was decorated with Royal arrangements (Umbrella, Flag, Shell etc) a top of Swarn Mangal Giri (decorated mountain). A large crowd gathered to see a glimpse of the Shankh Chakradhari Lord Shri Venkatesh in this traditional environment.
The Kalyanotsav of Lord Shri Tirupati Balaji was celebrated just like the Vaishnav tradition of Kalyanotsav. On the same tradition and tune, the marriage of Lord Venketesh and Goddess Laxmi took place. Sh. Govind Maheshwari created an aura in the event by singing Bhajans like ‘Juk jao shri Rangnaath…jhukno pad si…’ ‘Radhika Gauri se beeraj ki chori se…’ ‘Bhanke Bihari ki dekh Chhata…’. . The palanquin and throne of Lords were decorated with flowers, peacock feathers. People expressed their immense joy on the divine experience of Kalyanotsav beholding the sight of the Lords.