Shriji Journey

Rakshabandhan (Central Jail), Ahmedabad, Gujarat- 2011

When sister ties Rakhi (sacred thread) on her brother's wrist, it symbolizes sister's love and prayer for her brother's well-being, and brother's lifelong vow to protect her. By tying a small thread, the love between brother and sister increases. This sacred thread (Rakshasutra) helps to lead a healthy and auspicious life.

Rakshabandhan (Central Jail), Indore, Madhya Pradesh- 2011

The prisoners of jail were lucky enough to get darshan of Shriji in jail itself. Shriji while giving discourse said – Water naturally flows downwards. Similarly, our mind also flows downwards towards materialistic things. Water is forced to flow upwards with the help of a motor; similarly we can also uplift our mind to attain self-realization with the help of discourses of spiritual masters, chanting of God’s name, etc.

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