Participate in 31 Days : 31 Writing Prompts Season 3 contest and win a chance to get your ebook published
Participate in 31 Days : 31 Writing Prompts Season 3 contest and win a chance to get your ebook published

Ajay Singla

Classics


1.0  

Ajay Singla

Classics


Bhagwat Katha

Bhagwat Katha

2 mins 211 2 mins 211

Seth Anupam das was a very respectable man of the city and for the last one-week, Bhagwat Katha was going on in his house. Anand was a middle-class people residing in the neighborhood and he was a very religious person. He was also invited by Seth Anupam to this Katha.


Every day Anand used to reach the place where Katha was going on. He used to hear Katha for a full two hours and came to the site a few minutes earlier so that he may not miss any part of Katha. In the end, every day he used to thank Seth Anupam and touch the feet of Pandit Ji who used to recite Katha.


He was hearing every word with concentration and he used to feel much happiness and peace for those two hours.sometimes at the end of Katha only a few family members were left with him and most of the other persons left after spending few minutes there. Seth Anupam and his family members were always busy attending the guest and Pandit Ji. They were not very much interested in listening to Katha but wanted everything to go well without any problem.


Pandit ji also used to ask Seth ji if everything went well and was his voice good that day or not.


Most of the visitors also came there just for formality as Seth ji had invited them.


In heaven, God was talking to his disciples that see Pandit Ji was reciting my name for two hours daily but most of the time he was more concerned with his voice. Seth Anupam has arranged all this and spent so much money on this Katha but he was also thinking of material things and not concentrating on my name. I love my devotee Anand the most as whole two hours every day his devotion was to me only and he is the one who will get most the fruit of devotion.


Rate this content
Log in

More english story from Ajay Singla

Similar english story from Classics