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Everyone should try to implement the teachings of Shrimad Bhagwat Katha in their lives: Chief Minister

by News Monks

While speaking on the occasion of Shrimad Bhagwat Katha organized for the benefit of Vadilo nu Vrundavan and Gaushala at Dhamdi village of Vadali taluka of Sabarkantha district,


Chief Minister Shri Bhupendra Patel has requested the religious people of the state that everyone should try to implement the teachings of Shrimad Bhagwat Katha. The quintessential virtues of Shrimad Bhagwat Katha- Patience, Endurance, Love, Compassion, Kindness etc. should be embodied in life.


The Chief Minister further said that Rajsatta always gets the blessings of Dharmasatta. The public’s trust in Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has been established by the people of Gujarat by winning 156 MLAs in this election. By combining this faith with the faith of development, we are moving Gujarat forward at a stronger and firmer pace. He said that Team-Gujarat is working at a steady pace to make a developed India a developed Gujarat through the mantra given by the Prime Minister, ‘Sauno saath, Sauno Vikas, Sauno Prayas, Sauno Vishwas.’


He added that the state government is working in the interest of cows. Here the gaushala has been built with service values ​​and the Shri Jayanti Patidar family has also done the work of cultivating culture along with religion.


On this occasion, former Deputy Chief Minister Shri Nitin Patel said that Chief Minister Shri Bhupendra Patel has reached a small village like Dhamdi in the midst of busyness. He met the Canadian delegation in the morning and directly reached here for the holy work of Gauseva. He said Your love, admiration, the service works of Vyasapeeth’s Santshri Shyam Sundar Maharaj Sant Dolatram Maharaj, Mahendra Maharaj have drawn us here.


On this occasion, Idar MLA and former Minister Shri Ramanlal Vora said that Shri Jayanti Patel’s Vadiloni Vandana and Satsang, Bhajan Mandal for women in Dhamdi and Gauseva activities in the surrounding area has been boosted. Today the Gaushala has been launched here. I am confident that it will advance the service of Gaumata and spread the aroma of service. Here, a donation of 80 lakhs has been made to the gaushala. I would also like to express my gratitude to all the donors. The speaker also happily welcomed the announcement of donation for the development of the Gaushala.


The organizer Shri Jayanti Patel welcomed everyone with the story of Shrimad Bhagwat and outlined the program of gaushala and Vadiloni vandana. When the president of the BJP organization Shri J.D. Patel, Takhatsinh Hadiyol, Rajya Sabha MP Shri Jugalji Thakor gave speech and applauded the religion and service activities. A vote of thanks was delivered to religious people who listened to the story.

Minister Shri Bhikhusinh Parmar, Rajya Sabha MP Shri Jugalji Thakor, Himmatnagar MLA Shri VD Jhala, Katha Speaker Shyam Sundar Maharaj, Dolatram Maharaj and Sanits and dignitaries were present in this program. Apart from this Saber Dairy Chairman Shri Shamal Patel, Former Chairman Shri Jetha Patel, Vadali APMC Chairman Shri Vijay Patel, Idar APMC Chairman Hitendra Patel, Former MLA Shri Ashwin Kotwal, Secretary General of the organization Shri Vijay Pandya, Kanu Patel, Organization in-charge Shri Rekha Chaudhary, cooperative leaders, religious saints and District Collector Shri Hitesh Koya, District Development Officer Shri Dipesh Shah, District Police Chief Vishal Vaghela and religious people from Vadali, Idar, Khedbrahma and surrounding villages were present in large numbers.

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