antum tanvanrajaso bhanumanvihi jyotishmatah pathi
raksha dhiya kritan.
Anulbanam vayat joguvampo manurbhava
janaya daivyam janam.” (Rig Veda)
Try to become
Bright and Lustrous
like the Sun
‘O man, in the course of weaving your path of life in this world; try to become bright and lustrous like the sun with knowledge and sense of duty. Follow the path shown by the wise, imbibe the tradition enriched by them and act upon their teachings. Make them the foundations of your life, and secure those paths. Do not let your deeds and actions be tangled. Become human in the real sense of the word and generate divinity.’
This verse from The Rig Vedā gives out the most basic, but the highest level of preaching a man can get. It emphasizes that a being should be good enough to be called a human. If he achieves the status of human, he will automatically exude divinity from within. Such profound truth can be experienced in the sermons and discourses of His Holiness Sudhānshu Ji Mahārāj. He, who has gathered the wealth of knowledge from the scriptures, Vedās, Upanishads and Epics, and who has delved deep into metaphysics, spiritualism and motivational ideas from varied thinkers and philosophers, disperses his profound knowledge and wisdom in simple words so that it can be absorbed in the day-to-day activities of a common man.