Episode # 423 – Shrimad Bhaagawatha Puraana comes to an end – “The Indian Dharma” blog crosses ONE LAKH viewership!!!

The previous episode marked the conclusion of the grand event of “Rukmini-Bhagawan Krishna Kalyaana” and we had witnessed how it was a festive to remember for all people in Dwaaraka city and also for Rukmini Devi’s relatives and family. We had witnessed the trail of events too, that led to this marriage and how Bhagawan Krishna ensured that this is not going to be classified under the “Raakshasa Vivaaha”. The stage was all set for the all-important event and the marriage took place hassle-free. In due course, we had also witnessed the ulterior motive behind Bhagawan Krishna and Rukmini Devi marrying each other. We’ve seen that they got married, not for their own personal benefits and happiness, but for our benefits and happiness. When Bhagawan Krishna and Rukmini Devi are as a couple, it becomes easier for devotees like us to reach the highest “Moksha” without much of a hassle. Thus with this, let us pray to Bhagawan Krishna and Rukmini Devi together for showering their blessings endlessly on all devotees like us, and let them bring upon a change in the world for the good.

With this note, we come to the end of the Shrimad Bhaagawatha Puraana text officially. Readers might remember that we commenced this project last year (2019) around April and we’ve completed this ambitious project within a span of 423 episodes. Of course there were few intermittent breaks in the middle, amidst some challenging and busy schedules of mine, but nevertheless, thanks to all our readers and obviously with the divine grace of Bhagawan Krishna and Rukmini Devi, it enabled me to come back stronger than ever and continue writing. With this, I’m also very happy to announce that our blog page, titled “The Indian Dharma” has officially crossed the “ONE LAKH” viewership mark recently and it is a matter of pride that our Sanaatana Dharma is still alive and would continue to be in the coming decades and centuries!

Thus, with all my deepest regards and respects, I thank all our readers in making this third project successful. If we can trace our beginnings to the year 2017, we started with our first project – Shrimad Ramayana. Subsequently in 2018, we moved to the second project on the “Vidura Neeti” from the Mahabharata text. Now we’ve completed the third project, which is by far the biggest and the most ambitious projects of the three – Shrimad Bhaagawatha Puraana. It wouldn’t have been possible to accomplish this feat without the love and overwhelming support of our readers! I’m very happy that many readers are reaching out to me with interesting questions and clarifications, which indeed is an excellent motivation for youngsters like me to carry on with writing. I wholeheartedly thank all of you for this, and hopefully we would be able to continue this relationship in the future as well!

Moving further, starting tomorrow, we’re proud to commence our fourth project – Shri Vishnu Puraana officially. This is also going to equally interesting and absorbing like how it was for the past three projects. Thus, as I always say everyday, let us wait for tomorrow’s episode for the grand beginning of “Project four”! With the divine grace of Bhagawan Krishna and Rukmini Devi, let us conclude Shrimad Bhaagawatha Puraana with a note that it is not enough that we just read through and forget the content in the air. We should make efforts to follow them and put them into practice in our daily life and this is what is going to take us to “Moksha”. Hence, let us meticulously put efforts to practice what we preach! We shall wait till the next episode to make the grand beginning of Shri Vishnu Puraana! 🙂 Stay tuned! 🙂

Published by Dr. Jeayaram

Holds a PhD in Management Psychology from Universite Paris Saclay, Paris, France. Also an Asst. Professor of Human Resources management at International School of Business & Media, Pune, India. A professional South Indian classical musician (singer) performing concerts. Through this blog, I'm trying to bring out the richness of Indian culture & values and I request your support and feedbacks in making this humble effort a success!!

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