Rashtra Sevika Samiti prayer is a beautiful expression of hope, aspirations of the Indian woman. There has been a human tendency to pray since the beginning of life. Due to the values of which India could achieve the glorious sanctuary high status, it is necessary to get proper strength (physical, mental, spiritual) to keep them safe, uninterrupted. Manikaanchan Yoga will be called as a human grace along with divine grace. Therefore, we are not helpless in expressing our heartfelt humility in front of superior power, because we believe it will fulfill our divine power. It is impossible to disclose (naturally) this relationship of words with utterance.
The purpose of prayer can vary according to individual. Someone only prays for austerity, for the attainment of some power, then one prays for happiness. There is devotion also in devotional prayer. With such a prayer, there is a belief that life will be stunning in the development of the Sukshatakans in life. All religions and sects have an independent place of prayer. It is a prayer to utter words with your mind or with emotional words in front of your devotion. Prayer is necessary to keep in mind that the Dhruvatar of the goal is to remain constant in front of a continuous vision and to reach us there.
The prayer of the committee is collective. The hope of the society can lead to immense change in the enormous power situation that is being created aspiration. The collective prayer leads us to the enormous enormity of the humanity from the narrow boundaries of personality. We all are one in the collective prayer of the strength of creating such a sensation. To reach us, collective prayer is essential to reach us. Whatever you want to ask for, for your society, for your nation, for your nation. Entry into the vast periphery of the mass from the narrow range of personality is accessible for this reason. Such was the rise of national prayer.
This modern concept is not about great fun. Our forefathers had a collective prayer in Vedic times by keeping the same objective in front of the sage monks, for the benefit of Bahujan Hitiayas.
Rashtra Sevika Samiti, started in 1936 in Wardha by Va. Lakshmi bai Kelkar (Mousiji), is an All India Women Organisation with a Goal to re-establish the Vibrant Hindu Rashtra through the tool Shakha. Read More...