By: Ravi Dass Vaghela
In Pakistan where we have all kind of independence that we can perform our religious activity without any fear factor. The very meaning full gathering regarding our Santan Dharam preaching to our community.
The event title of “SHASTRA GYAN SANTO KE SANG” organized by Antim Yatra Seva Samaj on last Sunday September 27, 2020 at Sems Banquet Near Cantt Station, Karachi-Pakistan.
Here we want to inform you that The Antim Yatra Seva Samaj is providing the Funeral items to deserve families without any charges. The Antim Yatra wants to share the clear understanding regarding Sanatan Dharam Basics to the audience with acknowledgement of shield to honorable guests and participants for the memory.
The Co-Founders of Antim Yatra Seva Samaj are Mr. Hari Mohan Solanki, Mr. Ravi Dass Vaghela, Mr. Karan K Manondra, Mr. Chaman, Mr. Naresh, Mr. Dheeraj and Mr. Ishwer .
Our Honorable Guests of the event were Shrimann Amersi Vishram, Jayram Das, Partha Sarthi, Mulchand Maharaj, Dayal Devji Chouhan, Atma Ram, Parshotam Purabiya, Baboo Sikha, Ram Nath Maharaj.
Antim Yatra Seva Samaj have Started the new trend of Satsang In which we want to educate our below line people and to became the useful persons for our Society. We strongly believe that it is far better than Bhajan And Bhandara.
We want to assure our community to this type of gathering must be going on in near future.
Satsang mean: Satsang is a Sanskrit term derived from two roots: sat meaning “true’ “and sangha meaning community, company or association.
It can be translated as “associating with good people” or simply “being in the company of truth,” and refers to the act of gathering with like-minded, uplifting people, especially those on a spiritual path.
Satsang may also refer to a group of people engaged in a spiritual dialogue. Although the term is generally used to highlight the importance of community on spiritual growth, by definition satsang can additionally be considered as a lone relationship with truth.
Satsang is associated with the inner quality of sattva (goodness or purity), which is one of the three gunas (natural attributes) alongside rajas (passion) and tamas (inactivity).
Sattva manifests as thoughtfulness, wisdom, contemplation and a peaceful demeanor. A sattvic person makes a natural satsangi, or “seeker of truth.”