Ahimsa Yatra: Strong Medium to Become a Powerful Nation

Author:  Image of Lalit GargLalit Garg
Published: 07.10.2021
Updated: 12.10.2021

Non-violence is the weapon of the strong people. Non-violence is the greatest force at the disposal of mankind. Only the one who has no fear, who is non-violent and committed to values can stand up against the oppressor. If you follow this fact,then you will clearly understand who is fearless and who is fearful in the present time, who is moral and who is corrupt? In the last 300 days, the Indian public has shown unprecedented restraint and self-confidence in spite of the violent, chaotic, undisciplined and undemocratic activities of the farmers' movement against the three agricultural laws. Be it the recent violence in Lakhimpur Kheri or the repeated Bharat Bandh, it has become a cause of trouble for the people. Highways were blocked, protesters blocked rail traffic on railway tracks. Life became chaotic, the life of the common man did not stop in the midst of troubles, and bitter experiences were felt. The extremity of violence was also seen again and again.

Whereas non-violence is the most powerful weapon, if there is complete honesty in it. But whether there is a peasant movement in the country or other similar political movements, the occurrence of violence in them has become a cause of great concern. Situations of violence and terrorism have created instability and fear in life. The extremity of violence in this holy land of non-violence is unimaginable. In the country of Mahavira, Buddha, Gandhi and Acharya Tulsi, making violence a weapon of selfishness is a matter of serious concern. In this complex environment, Acharya Shri Mahashraman's undertaking of non-violent lifestyle and its training through the special undertaking of Ahimsa Yatra and motivating them to become non-violent by conducting interacting campaigns among people of different religion, caste, class, sect is not only relevant; rather, it is a necessity of national life.

Acharya Shri Mahashraman started the non-violence journey on 9th March 2014 from the Red Fort ramparts of the capital Delhi. He spread the message of non-violence and peace by travelling around seventy thousand kilometres across nineteen states and three neighbouring countries. Acharya Mahashraman's determination, strong morale and self-confidence made this campaign a successful event. This journey of Acharya Mahashraman is impeccable and reached in Naxalite and Maoist areas in the adverse circumstances of earthquake, coronain Nepal. This is a sign of true determination. It is a fortunate coincidence that the closing ceremony of this Yatra will be held in the capital Delhi on 27 March 2022.

Acharya Mahashraman's journey to non-violence in the remote areas of the country - including neighbouring countries like Nepal, Bhutan and Sri Lanka, Assam, Bengal, Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, Orissa, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh etc. and special emphasis on non-violence proved worthwhile for the establishment. Because today the country and the world is terrified and terrorized by the great deluge of violence. Caste issues, communal hatred and lack of primary necessities of life are the reasons which are promoting violence and Acharya Mahashraman is trying to control these reasons. One of his innovative ventures in these various endeavours is 'Ahimsa Yatra'. Today Ahimsa Yatra is the only movement which is contemplating the interest of the entire human race. To implement the plan of non-violence, he has chosen the powerful medium of padyatra. 'Charaiveti-Chariveti Charan Vai Madhu Vindati' has become a special thread of his life.

Acharya Mahashraman represents the non violence in such a wonderful unbelievable manner which has been illuminated in the past by Mahavira, Buddha, Gandhi, Acharya Bhikshu, Acharya Tulsi and Acharya Mahapragya. Acharya Mahashraman is giving a new vision to this fading tradition of the past. This new vision can be called the beginning of a new man, a new world, a new era. He is unique and shows a shiny picture of the spiritual rainbow. We see him like a banyan tree which gives a feeling of coolness and humanity to the entire community. In this way, Acharya Mahashraman made the memories of the past as the basis for the initiation of his image,while his present effort and future dreams are also becoming a part of it. When he casts the light of his transparent eyes on the small matters of life, it seems as if the rays of the sun spread on the foggy road. Changes of the mind are removed and the cloudless sky has risen. Have you ever seen a plaintiff from above? On rainy days, the valleys often look like a bowl full of clouds,and nothing is visible. Then suddenly a wind blows and sweeps away all the clouds and one can see the glowing green colour of the trees. Just like the wind are the words and efforts of Acharya Mahashraman. The clouds of non-violence, negativity have disappeared under the aura of his shine.

Acharya Mahashraman explored every aspect of the development of human consciousness. From the tradition of Shri Krishna, Shri Ram, Mahavir, Buddha,Jesus as well as many saints of the Indian spiritual sky - Adi Shankaracharya, Kabir, Nanak, Raidas, Meera etc. He did a wonderful job. There is no such dimension of life which has remained untouched by his discourses and thoughts.He shed detailed light on the esoteric secrets of Yoga, Tantra, Mantra, Yantra,Sadhana, Dhyana etc. Also his revolutionary life-view on many subjects like politics, art, science, psychology, philosophy, education, family, society,poverty, population explosion, environment, violence, ethnicity, corruption,political criminalization, feticide and world crisis of inflation is impeccable. When his series of discourses based on Uttaradhyayan and Shrimad Bhagavad Gita came out, he ushered in a new revolution inthe spiritual world. Like Uttaradhyayan by a Jainacharya, it is not only surprising but also inspiring to correctly interpret the revered text of the Sanatan tradition, the Gita. That is why Acharya Mahashraman is popular and respected among the masses as the Messiah of humanity. He is such a saint, for whom the distinction of sect and scripture does not become a hindrance. His programs, thoughts and discourses are for the benefit of the common man. People of every caste, class, region and sect have been benefiting from his life-philosophy and personality.

With the sound of his voice, someone may fill millions and crores with the passion of spiritual love and make them realize that this universe is not as much as we have seen - where there are others ahead of the stars - in today's era, this voice is Acharya Mahashraman It's the same. Mahashramanji has spoken a lot and is speaking and the whole world has heard and is listening - some by taking heart and some by being faithful. But his voice is echoing everywhere. But whatever he has said, I think the only squeeze is that the man should come to know about his reality. In the evening, when the clouds bloom with many colours in the sky, I see the movement of emotions, in the waves of the ocean, in the trees, in the wind – expressions, expressions and only expressions. Listening to Acharya Mahashraman is also like giving an opportunity to the heart to pass through many gestures for innumerable people like me. This voice is the need of our time; Acharya Mahashraman is the need of our time. The foundation for the construction of Acharya Mahashraman is not based on luck, but with self-confidence, effort, dedication and brilliant determination. We should become conscious in making the dreams of society and nation come true, this is the inspiration of Acharya Mahashraman and it is auspicious and preferable for us to make this inspiration the goal of life. This can solve problems like the peasant movement and other problems of the nation.

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