JAMMU, July 20: The weeklong Shrimat Bhagwat Katha being organized by Narayan Seva Sansthan of Udaipur (Rajasthan) in collaboration with Jammu Yatri Bhawan Trust (JYBT) on the auspicious occasion of holy Shravan month (of Hindu calendar) today entered day 3 at Om Palace, Shakti Nagar, here.
The Katha is being organized to receive charity for the welfare of orphans, physically challenged people, destitute and needy persons and to create spiritual awareness among devotees.
Speaking on the occasion Dr. Sanjay Krishan Salil Maharaj threw lights about the spiritual discourses of Shrimat Bhagwat Katha through devotional songs.
Pawan Kumar Shastri, President JYBT said, those who wish to become Jajmans in this spiritual programme may contact JYBT members.
In a handout JYBT informed that a team of expert doctors of Narayan Seva Sansthan Udaipur will be available from July 23 and 24 at Om Palace from 9:00 am-2:00 pm for conducting a medical check-up of physically challenged patients.
Patients who will be recommended operation in the camp shall be operated at Udaipur subsequently.
Those who would like to avail this opportunity for getting their medical check-up may contact Field Officer Balbir Singh on Mobile No. 9419662100 and on JYBT Helpline No. 7051122990.