Faridabad (Haryana) : Tradition of knowledge takes one from general knowledge all the way up to Brahmajnan (Knowledge and experience of the God Principle) in Sanatan Hindu Dharma. Presently science is perceived as the ultimate; but we must remember that, there exists knowledge which even science has not been able to understand. The sad state of affairs is that we study science which is incomplete, ignore Sanatan Dharma which is complete. Hence, there is a need to recognize the scientific nature of Hindu Dharma, study Dharmashastras and implement them in our everyday conduct, explained Ramesh Shinde, National spokesperson, HJS. He was addressing students of Balaji College in Vallabhgarh here. The topic of his lecture was ‘Importance of tradition of knowledge in Sanatan Dharma’. This lecture was attended by many students. Chief Director of Balaji College, Mr Jagadish Chowdhari and Mr Kartik Salunke, HJS Coordinator for Haryana and Punjab were also present.
Other points stated by Mr Ramesh Shinde
1. How far should we study? To acquire knowledge about the secret of our birth, being born on earth, what our karma is (what my actions should be), is to learn ‘why God has given us this birth’. This Knowledge is the ultimate Knowledge or Brahmajnan.
2. Every individual should remain a student throughout their life. There are infinite topics to study; but we study one of them and get a degree and wrongly presume to have known everything. Actually Vidya (Knowledge) and Education are limitless.