Highlights from Bhaishri Rameshbhai Oza's Ram Katha, analysed and decoded by his long-term devotees Priti Raichura with Bhavit Mehta and Nirmala Raniga talking about the message of love.
Sanskruti Foundation UK Trustee Bhavit Mehta joins broadcaster Priti Raichura to talk through the messages from Day 2 of the Ram Katha recited by Bhaishri Rameshbhai Oza from Sandipani Vidyaniketan in Porbandar, Gujarat.
Highlights from Bhaishri Rameshbhai Oza's Ram Katha, where he shines focus on the love Lord Rama exhibited towards forest-dwellers.
This session explores Lord Rama’s extraordinary rise from forest exile to the throne, with Pujya Bhaishri Rameshbhai Oza’s devotees. What role does spirituality play in leadership, and what were the key differences between the two great Kings of the epic ‘Ramayana’ — King Dashratha and King Ravana? Listen on.
Insights from the ‘Ram Katha’ recited by Bhaishri Rameshbhai Oza, weighing up the paths of knowledge and devotion as laid out in the ‘Ramayana’.
In this episode, ‘Ram Katha’ devotees reflect upon the message that the Tulsidas ‘Ramayana’ has no bad characters, only theatrical roles played out in order to provide valuable lessons.
For this episode, host Priti Raichura speaks to Bhavit Mehta and special guests Sheetal Jethwa and her son Rudra, devotees of Bhairshri Rameshbhai Oza, as they reflect on the many lessons from characters in the ‘Ramayana’ who swallowed the bitter pill in pursuit of a higher purpose.
Can we give up everything we usually strive for and aim for something higher? In this penultimate discussion revolving around the nine-day Ram Katha from Sandipani in Gujarat, devotees reflect upon the pivotal role played by Bharatji — the younger brother of Lord Rama.
Bhaishri Rameshbhai Oza concluded his nine-day Ram Katha on February 21 with inspiring messages from the ‘Ramayana’, revolving around being impactful even while being “unseen” like Bharatji — Lord Rama’s brother. Devotees Bhavit Mehta and Priti Raichura conclude their exclusive podcast series with iGlobal Radio with the hope that the candle of faith sparked by the Katha continues to inspire.