Jamshedpur: Day four of the Bhagwat Katha organised by Rajasthan Kalyan Parishad, Sakchi at Agrasen Bhawan on Sunday, focused on the Shyam Prabhu’s katha and kirtan on the Janmotsav of Shyam Baba.
Anurag Krishna Shastri ‘Sri Kanhaiya Ji’ from Vrindavan informed the gathering about the life of Gajendra Moksha, Samudra Manthan, Vaman Avtar, Sriram Charitra, Sri Krishna and Shyam Baba.
He said that there are three types of desire-Sad, Asad and Mishra. Having faith and belief in god is good desire while those who don’t have belief in god is called bad desire. This means if the work is done then must have faith and if the work is not done then don’t have belief.
The host for the religious programme on Sunday was Bharat Agarwal and Shyam Agarwal.
Present on the occasion were president of Rajasthan Kalyan Parishad Ramkishan Choudhary, Omprakash Ringasiya, Naresh Kauntia, Mahaveer Prasad Modi, Bajrang Choudhary, Bijay Kumar Choudhary, Imprakash Sanghi, Sawanrmal Agarwal, Om Prakash Jhajharia, Suryagyan Chand Modi and devotees in large numbers.