‘Everything in nature has its own constitution or Dharma’

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 03 Jan 2018 09:37:56


Staff Reporter,

‘Dharma’ means one’s ‘Constitution’ or the ‘Basic Nature’. ‘Sewa Parmoh Dharmah’ means ‘Service to humanity is a supreme Dharma’. The word ‘Dharma Nirapekshata’ means denying own’s nature and denying service to humanity, said Peethadhish of Devnath Peeth, Surji Anjangaon, Jitendranath Maharaj on Tuesday.

‘Dharma’, the constitution or the basic nature of fire, is to burn and to provide heat and light. If fire does not burn, if it does not provide heat and light, it cannot be called fire. Everything in nature has its own constitution; its own basic nature or Dharma. Earth’s Dharma or constitution is to hold everything down and provide support and stability while sky’s Dharma is vastness and limitlessness. Tree’s Dharma is to provide, and air’s constitutional Dharma is to sustain life. This means, every living and non-living thing in the universe has its own constitutional nature or Dharma, Maharaj added.

Jitendranath Maharaj was addressing as a chief guest of Ramabai Ranade Smruti Shikshan Prabodhan Prize Distribution Ceremony organised by Seva Sadan Education Society. Nagpur District Guardian Minister and Maharashtra Energy Minister, Chandrashekhar Bawankule presided over
the function. Mayor Nanda Juchkar and MLC Nago Ganar were the special guests. President of Seva Sadan Society, Kanchan Gadkari; Secretary Indubala Mukewar; Working President of Prize Distribution Committee, Vasanti Bhagwat; Secretary of Samiti Pramod Masram; Jyoti Chavan, Joint Secretary of Deendayal Bahuuddeshiya Prasarak Mandal, Yavatamal, also shared dais.

Stating that service to humanity is a natural duty of a human being Maharaj said, those denying the basic duty in the name of so called secularism are engaged in destruction of the peace and harmony of society.

Jitendranath Maharaj appreciated the humane work of Deendayal Bahuudeshiya Prasarak Mandal Yavatmal and said, the organisation is working on the principles of ‘Antyodaya’ of Deendayal Upadhyay and serving humanity by inculcating virtues and culture.

Earlier, the third Ramabai Ranade Smruti Award consists of cash prize of Rs 51,000, shwal, memento and scroll of honour was given to Deendayal Bahuuddeshiya Prasarak Mandal, Yavatamal. Jyoti Chavan, Joint Secretary of Mandal accepted the award at the hands of Jitendranath Maharaj.

Chandrashekar Bawankule in his presidential address expressed the need to strengthen institutions like Deendayal Bahuudeshiya Prasarak Mandal Yavatmal. Government is always supporting those institutions which don’t need any support. But if Government should support such dedicated institutions in all respect, it would be a great service to humanity. Bawankule also assured providing solar power to Seva Sadan Society and Deendayal Mandal, Yavatmal.

Kanchan Gadkari made introductory remarks. Vasanti Bhagwat read out the scroll of honour. Rageshri Pimpalghare recited Sharada Stavan. Anagha Dixit recited pasaydaan. Balkrishna Gaddamwar recited Vaiyaktik Geet. Ashutosh Adoni conducted the proceedings and Samay Bansod proposed a vote of thanks. Prominent among those present on this occasion included, MLA Dr Milind Mane, Mahanagar Sanghachalak Rajesy Loya, Adv Anand Parchure and others.