New Delhi [India], June 8 (ANI / NewsView): To commemorate the day the 5th Dham in Siem Reap, Cambodia was first established to disseminate and proliferate Indian cultural values, ethics and Sanatana Dharma, continuing with the legacy and spiritual journey, the 4th anniversary of founding day was celebrated in a virtual event on May 30, 2021.
The gala event started with Aarti (Vandana) performed by Swami Chidanand Saraswati, president and spiritual leader of Parmarth Niketan Ashram, a spiritual institution based in Rishikesh, India.
The event was organized to share the absolute experience of the spiritual passage and focus on the elevation of the Fifth Dham, which is being established in Siem Reap, Cambodia, with an estimated cost of over 500 crores INR . Once the site has been developed, the religious site will house a 180-foot building. great idol of Lord Shiva.
Foundation Day was a spiritual journey into the teachings of the Vedas and Upanishads. As inculcated in the preaching of “Sanatana Dharma”; the way of life where the glory of Sanatana Dharma is beset with jewels from all over the world with a singular goal being that the world is one with all beliefs in their understanding and that progress is from the subtle to the gross; from ‘many’ to ‘one’, from bottom to top, from form to formless. Sanatana Dharma differs from other areas of life, only in that it has a word of sympathy and promise for every sincere conviction, wherever and whatever, as constituting a step in the great ascent. towards the highest human perfection.
‘Sanatana Dharma’ implies a code of human conduct, a set of principles handed down from time immemorial. Sanatana Dharma seers and preachers delivered speeches on a wide range of topics covered including shastras and modern life, Vedas, their content and meaning, sanskaras (purification ceremonies), common dharma for all and the duties specifically prescribed. about people in the four stages of human life. Like the word “yoga” appearing in the Bhagavad Gita, “dharma” defies precise definition. This could mean his homework related to his class and stage of life. Or it can refer to different areas of general human conduct, such as discipline, good manners, management and the law. That one must follow the “dharma” prescribed for him and that it is dangerous to walk on what is ordered for another is emphasized in the Geetha in two places.
The event saw the presence of big names such as Swami Chidanand Saraswati, Shri Anantnand Saraswati, Shri Umesh Upadhyay, Shri Anil Thakur RSS, Shri Kailash Kher, Shri Sachidanand Joshi, Shri Gajendra Chauchan, Shri Vishal V Sharma, Shri Raj Kishor Yadav , Shri Jitendra Singh, Dr Palakkal, Shri Pradeep Batra, Shri Makarand Bhagwat.
Addressing the founding day, Shri Umesh Upadhyay, President and Chief Media Officer, Reliance Industries Limited quoted: âThe spiritual-based Sanatana Dharma and our cultural roots were fading from society during these years. Considering that the existence of Pancham Dham is the foundation of the belief of people who still have faith in Sanatana Dharma, knows its importance and, the 4th day of founding of Pancham Dham is in itself an example.
âWe have never been geopolitically oriented; on the contrary, we have always followed the rule of humanity and have worked and will work together to spread the word in society with these initiatives, âadded Shri Umesh.
The Pancham Dham initiative has gained an important place in society with the support of personalities like Shri Inderesh Kumar, one of the renowned leaders of the RSS, Shri Shyam Parande, Shri Gopal Narayan Singh, Shri Shailesh Vats, Rahul Shah and the Saints , Rishis, gurus, politicians, bureaucrats, diplomats and various Indian devotees.
The founders of Pancham Dham training are at the forefront of promoting Sanatana Dharma through their initiatives around the world and more specifically by creating the Pancham Dham (Fifth Dham) in Siem Reap, Cambodia.
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