Bhagwat Katha in Sagar central jail aims to change the mindset of prisoners NTC

Story Highlights

  • More than 1800 prisoners are serving sentences in Central Jail
  • To bring them out of the world of crime, resorted to Shrimad Bhagwat Katha

These days, a different view is being seen in Sagar Central Jail of Madhya Pradesh. Here the Ganges of knowledge is flowing among the prisoners. In fact, on the initiative of the jail superintendent, the prisoners convicted in serious cases like murder, attempt to murder, rape, theft, assault, dacoity and robbery are being served the Shrimad Bhagwat Katha.

According to the information, more than 1800 prisoners are serving their sentence in the Central Jail. To improve his mood and to bring him out of the world of crime, the jail manager has resorted to Shrimad Bhagwat Katha. For this reason Bhagwat Katha was organized in the Central Jail, in which a large number of female and male prisoners are participating.

Bhagwat Katha has started from January 1 on the new year, which will run till January 7. The main hosts of this story are Central Jail Superintendent Rakesh Bhangre and his wife. At the same time, the reading of the story is being done by Acharya Bipin Bihari Ji Maharaj. On the third day of the story, he narrated a wonderful episode of Sita Swayamvara in which he asked to break the bow and be absorbed in devotion to the Lord. He said that if you join satsang, then the punishment will definitely be reduced if not forgiven.

At the same time, Deputy Jail Superintendent Ramlal Shahlam told that this Bhagwat Katha is being done in the jail premises to connect the prisoners with the satsang on the New Year, so that after the completion of the sentence, when these prisoners again go among the society, So do not repeat such acts again which cause harm to the society. At the same time, there is also the cooperation of social workers in this story.

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