Spiritual workshops at Sangli and spiritual guidance at different venues in Kolhapur District, on behalf of Sanatan Sanstha

Readers, devout Hindus and spiritual aspirants commence spiritual practice

At the spiritual workshop in Vishrambag (Sangli) from left to right Mrs. Kalpana Thorat, Mrs. Vidya Jakhotiya and other seekers displaying a chart on ‘How the mind functions’

Sangli – Spiritual workshops were organised in Sangli District for readers of Sanatan Prabhat, devout Hindus and spiritual aspirants. The topics covered here were ‘What is spiritual practice ?’, ‘Which Name of God to chant’ , ‘Importance of the Personality Defect Removal Process and how to implement it’. In Kolhapur District too at different venues spiritual guidance was given. Readers of Sanatan Prabhat, devout Hindus and spiritual aspirants understood the concept of spiritual practice at these workshops and guidance sessions and commenced it.



1. Spiritual aspirants gave an excellent response to the workshop held at Rethreharanaksha. The guidance was given by Miss Pratibha Tawre of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti and Mrs. Kalpana Thorat of Sanatan Sanstha. After the workshop women made a demand for weekly spiritual classes to gain more knowledge on spiritual practice and on the Personality Defect Removal Process.

2. At Vishrambag the workshop on spiritual practice organised in the Dandekar Hall was conducted by Mrs. Kalpana Thorat and Mrs. Vidya Jakhotiya of Sanatan Sanstha. As the concept of Personality Defect Removal was taught with the help of charts, the audience grasped it at once.



1. In the Sane Guruji residential complex in Kolhapur City allopathic physician Dr. (Mrs.) Shilpa Kothawale delivered a discourse on spiritual practice on behalf of Sanatan Sanstha to 110 devout Hindu women. A demand for a monthly Dharmashikshan (religious education) class was made.

2. A discourse for devout Hindus was delivered by Mr. Prasad Kulkarni and Mrs. Sunita Bhopale in the Hanuman temple at Uchat in Malkapur. In the Jyotiba temple at Hanmantwadi (Malkapur-Bambawade) the workshop was attended by 100 men and women. A devout Hindu, Mr. Krishnat Bhakre gifted 60 women a set of sattvik products of Sanatan Sanstha, for the festival of Sankranti. At Parali in the Jyotiba temple and at Supatre-Bambawade a discourse was delivered to devout Hindus.

Source : Dainik Sanatan Prabhat

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