Jamshedpur: On day 6 of the Shrimad Bhagvat Katha Saptah GyanYagya at Vasundhra Estate on NH-33 on Tuesday, Vraj Nandan ShastriJi Maharaj from Vrindavan (Srikrishna Prem Ras Avatar) in his mellifluous voice spoke about the character of Uddhav, marriage narrative context of Sri Krishna Mathura Gaman and Rukamni on Monday.
He said that meeting with the god is Raasleela. Vraj Nandan Shastri informed that Brajbhumi is God’s Prembhumi where Krishna is present in its smallest form.
Vraj Nandan Shastri informed about the various forms of Rukmani marriage and Uddhav character through tableau.
In the evening, Shyam bhajans enthralled all the devotees.
On the penultimate day of the religious programme, Union Minister for Tribal Affairs Arjun Munda, Mira Munda, former MLA Menka Sardar, Zila Parishad vice president Rajkumar Singh, Zila Parishad member Sudipto Dey Rana, Mahendra, Alok Sanjay from RSS, BJP leader Pankaj Srivastav, Boby Singh, Satveer Singh Somu, Congress leader Ravindra Kumar Jha and other devotees took blessings of Vraj Nandan Shastri and prayed for the peace and prosperity of Jharkhand.
The event is being hosted by Kiran Sharma, Uma Shankar Sharma Kripa Shankar Sharma, Krishna alias Kali Sharma. Jay Prakash Sharma, Vishwanath Sharma, Ravindra Kumar, Girija Shankar Sharma, Santosh Sharma, Anil, Ramanand Sharma and devotees in large numbers were also present.
The religious programme will continue till January 1, a Bhandara will be held on the concluding day of the programme. Vraj Nandan Shastri Ji Maharaj from Vrindavan presents Bhagwat Katha, which is consid�ered as an ultimate remedy to overcome miseries, daily at 3 pm till January 1.
It all started on Wednesday where a colourful procession comprising mostly women devotees started after the recitation of Vedic mantras. The Kalash Yatra (procession with individuals carrying pots of sacred water) also included a flower bedecked chariot on which the beautifully decorated statues of Radha and Krishna were carried and floats depicting the various episodes of the Bhagwath captured the attention of people on the roads through which the procession passed.