Morari Bapu Calls Sanatan Dharma Saints to Unite for Kumbh Mela
Morari Bapu expressed worry during his lecture about the many obstacles and misunderstandings surrounding Sanatan Dharma and urged all saints to work together to overcome these concerns.
New Delhi : Morari Bapu, the respected spiritual leader and preacher, has issued a rallying cry to all Sanatan Dharma saints and spiritual leaders to join on a single platform at the next Kumbh Mela. During his current Ram Katha event, “Manas Bharat,” hosted at the Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium in New Delhi, he made a historic announcement. Morari Bapu emphasised the need of collaborative work in protecting and preserving Sanatan Dharma’s sacredness.
Morari Bapu expressed worry during his lecture about the many obstacles and misunderstandings surrounding Sanatan Dharma and urged all saints to work together to overcome these concerns. The appeal for unity among Sanatan Dharma saints is viewed as an important step towards establishing community cohesion and collaboratively addressing misinformation and misunderstandings about the old and treasured tradition of Sanatan Dharma.
During the Katha, Morari Bapu stated, “I firmly believe that it is critical for all Sanatan Dharma saints and spiritual leaders to come together on a common platform in light of recent political statements and incidents where derogatory remarks and comparisons have been made against Sanatan Dharma, such as likening it to leprosy or disease, and instances like the portrayal of Lord Hanuman in the service of a guru in Gujarat.” These occurrences have prompted worries about the distortion and misunderstanding of our old and respected heritage. We can solve these challenges, battle disinformation, and protect the integrity of Sanatan Dharma by banding together during the forthcoming Kumbh Mela. It is our obligation to guarantee that Sanatan Dharma’s essential principles and teachings are preserved for the benefit of current and future generations.”
“I would much rather address these issues when they are mere seeds, rather than allowing them to take root and grow,” he continued. It is our joint obligation to guarantee that whatever has started against Sanatan Dharma be removed in its early stages, ensuring the continuity of our beloved tradition.”
Morari Bapu’s call for unification was met with tremendous support from his followers, who feel that such cooperation would strengthen the basis of Sanatan Dharma and guarantee that its basic values and teachings be maintained for future generations.
As preparations for the upcoming Kumbh Mela gain traction, Morari Bapu’s appeal serves as a timely reminder of the necessity of Sanatan Dharma community unity and collaborative action. With its rich history and importance, the Kumbh Mela offers a perfect forum for spiritual leaders to gather and reaffirm the everlasting ideals of Sanatan Dharma.
The Katha, titled “Manas Bharat,” conveys a powerful message about the importance of Sanatan Dharma. Morari Bapu cited Shri Krishna as saying that Dharma is Amrut (immortal), and Sanatan Dharma is the essence of pure Amrut. He went on to say that there is no need to use the term “pure” before Dharma since Sanatan Dharma is its purest form.
This katha series not only commemorates India’s 75th anniversary of independence, but also highlights the country’s rich cultural legacy, bringing people from all walks of life together to embrace the spiritual teachings and values of Santan Dharma. During this educational speech, Morari Bapu, the respected spiritual leader and orator, will accompany audiences through the timeless story of the Ramayana.
The “Manas Bharat” Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav Ram Katha series has already made an unforgettable impression on audiences in Tripura and Gujarat, and the New Delhi event seems set to do the same. Morari Bapu’s beautiful storytelling, along with his profound insights into the Ramayana, has the capacity to influence lives and foster a greater appreciation for our cultural heritage.
The “Manas Bharat” Katha is open to everybody and will run till September 24, 2023. The Katha sessions will be aired live for those who cannot attend in person, ensuring that Morari Bapu’s ancient teachings resound throughout the country and beyond, encouraging togetherness, patriotism, and a profound spiritual awakening.