Thursday, 21 January 2016

Chal Samaroh and Ram Katha – A Celebration

It is never easy to tell people to unite for a cause. The diverse thoughts, the different approaches and the to-each-his-own attitude make it difficult for the initiator to unite people. That is where religion pays its crucial rule. We all are inspired by God and his various forms. There is some kind of intriguing factor that keeps us rooted to the wonder God is.

This is what inspired us to organize Ram Katha. It is not about promoting a religion, not about hailing a single God but knowing the originality and truth that encapsulates all the notions. That is the reason behind us organizing this Ram Katha. We want to know more about the way God is perceived and the way people interpret his role in the Universe.

We are organizing a Chal Samaroh on 24th January 2016 that marks the beginning and conception of The upcoming 7-day event called Ram Katha. Chal Samaroh celebrates the spirit of Ram Katha and Lord Ram. It celebrates the essence he had and the truthfulness in the text of Ramayana. He has been a book in himself and a lot can be learnt from his aura and story.

Every character in Ramcharitmanas has his persona and story. The way every single character inter-related is remarkable and shows the writers’ i.e. Valmiki’s ji greatness. The interpretation by Tulsidas Ji in Ramcharitmanas is beautiful and shows devotee’s true feelings.

I, Nanuram Kumawat, cordially invite you to the Chal Samaroh on 24th January 2016. The Chal Samaroh will begin from Khajrana Ganesh Mandir and will go to kathasthal “Chitrakoot”, IDA Scheme No. 140. Ram Katha, narrated by Param Pujya Shri Vijay Kaushal ji Maharaj, will be held from 7th February 2016 to 14th February 2016 at kathasthal “Chitrakoot”, IDA Scheme No. 140..

Thursday, 7 January 2016

An Year Old, How Much Has Swacch Bharat Abhiyaan Actually Grown?

“Cleanliness is next to Godliness”.

All of us read, mugged, reproduced and scored marks, but handful of us followed. Ever wondered till October 2, 2014? No. But fortunately, one man did and subsequently made us think too. Mr. Narendra Modi swept everyone off their feet and quite literally this time, with a laudable “Swacch Bharat Abhiyaan”. Now, as we stand a year and 25 days later; I, Nanuram Kumawat, ask you all a question. How much have things changed? WALK around the city, and I emphasize on walk for a reason. Notice the number of plastic bottles strewn around as you stroll and the number of times you had to do a swift Michael Jackson move because an uncle wanted to ‘take the world and paint it red’. If this counting seems tough, let’s discuss the last dustbin you noticed, and if at all a beauty was spotted, how clean was the masterpiece from outside?

As a leader and a part of the system, I cannot help but wonder, why keeping the city clean is so difficult? If one can make an effort to keep his or her house clean, the same can be done for the city. This discrimination and disassociation seems hurtful. The nation belongs equally to Narendra Modi, as much it belongs to Nanuram Kumawat or any other person, politician or not.

Remember, every clumsily thrown wrapper blots your progress and every time you spit, the future is stained. This task does not need an idol rather requires an initiative. We need to work collectively as a unit as it’s not a one man’s responsibility.

Notice well enough and you will see, sanitation constitutes 90% of sanity. I, Nanuram Kumawat, urge you all to pledge with me again towards a cleaner India. Together we can make the difference a dynamo.