Pune, 4: Students should acquire education based on modern technology along with ancient education for nation building. This teaching is also given in the Bhagavad Gita. In the same vein, for the betterment of human life, education should be imparted through a combination of spirituality and science. Expressed by Bhagat Singh Koshyari.
The inauguration of Shri Bhagwadgita Gyan Bhavan was inaugurated by Myers MIT World Peace University and MIT University of Art, Design and Technology Rajbagh, Pune as the chief guest. At the hands of the Governor, one hundred thousand copies of the Bhagavad Gita were distributed among the students.
At this time computer expert Padmabhushan Dr. Vijay Bhatkar, Founder President of MIT World Peace University prof. Dr. Vishwanath Da. Karad, Working President Rahul Vishwanath Karad, Working President of MIT ADT University prof. Dr. Mangesh Karad, prof. Swati Chate Karad, Dr. Suchitra Nagre- Karad, Jyotidhakane- Karad, Dr. R. M. Chitnis and Drs. Milind Pandey was present.
Bhagat Singh Koshyari said that sadhana is important in life. If you do more sadhana, you will get the right fruit. Today people hold the feet of saints, not of the rich. Because saints are engrossed in sadhana. In the same way, students should be engaged in the work of nation building through the study of spirituality and study. Dr. Vishwanath Karad is giving the message of world peace, on the other hand, Dharnudhari Arjuna is needed to protect this Yajna. The essence of all religions is peace. Indian culture is immortalized by the sacrifice of saints. In the new age, there should be a combination of science and spirituality. Modern technology should be studied along with moral education. Let us all come together for world peace. India is known in the world as a country of religion. Dr. Vijay Bhatkar said, “The Bhagavad Gita is a combination of knowledge and spirituality. India will become a world leader through the combination of science and spirituality. He said that there is a combination of spirituality and science in the national education policy.
Prof. Dr. Vishwanath Karad said, “Today we are offering a laboratory of spirituality to the world. Will emerge as a world of knowledge. Swami Vivekananda’s dream of becoming India’s Vishwaguru has begun to come true. Following the call of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, MIT Group has distributed quarterly copies of the Bhagavad Gita.
Rahul Vishwanath Karad said, “The curriculum of world peace should be included in the education system. It will send a message of world peace to the world through this building. The colonial mentality needs to change. There is a feeling of changing the name of India to India. Independence Day should be celebrated as a national day. Religion, caste, money is the biggest enemy of democracy.
Prof. Dr. Mangesh Karad said, “The path of human welfare is paved in Hindu culture and Vedas. The essence of Hinduism is in the Gita. Purushartha, Kamartha, Mokshaartha and Artha are important matters for a successful life.
Prof. Dr. Hosted by Gautam Bapat. Prof. Swati Karad-chate thanked.