Women In Brahma Vidya – Presentation By Sri Lankan Youth

Women have equal rights for spiritual attainment echoed the visiting Sri Lankan Parthi Yatra presentation this evening advocating spiritual rights for women. Presenting the theory based on Bhagawan’s writings in Prasnottara Vahini, the drama this evening recalled some of the celebrity stories of women of yore, notably that of Gargi, Sulabha, Choodala, Maitreyi, Madalasa, etc.

In the context of clearing doubts of a little girl, involving her guru and mother, the drama served pointers based on Bhagawans’ teachings, explaining some of the most potent questions involving women and spirituality. Woman can attain Brahma Jnana by following Brahma Vidya while being in Grihasta, being a householder. Bhagawan, vide the Prasnottara Vahini, reiterates His declaration that women of modern times can involve themselves in Brahma Vidya. Choodala’s story as explained by Bhagawan in Dharma Vahini came in as a supporting instance.

Moving on to the second phase of the presentation it talks about the involvement of Balvikas, wherein parents and teachers function like two wheels of a bicycle guiding the students in the right path.

The presentation concluded with the saying that women are equal to men in their spiritual aspirations. One should give importance to enhancing immortal powers than wasting one’s life after transient illusory powers. Bhagawan’s enlightening bhajan, Sathyam Jnanam Anantam Brahma brought the curtain down for the enlightening drama on Brahma Jnana.  A musical offering by the Sri Lankan Youth followed next.

Bhajans next followed by Mangala Arathi to Bhagawan.

II Samastha Lokah Sukhino Bhavantu II