Message for the Day…” When you sing the glory of God, there should be harmony between these two. Let your every action be pleasing unto God. You may call Him Rama, Krishna, or Govinda, but God is one. Develop the feeling of oneness and attain the vision of the Divine Self (Atma).”

When you sing bhajans, maintain the proper rhythm by clapping your hands. The clapping should be done according to the bhajan. And bhajans should be sung with proper tune and wholeheartedly. The three syllables in the name Bha-ra-ta stand for bhava (feeling), raga (tune) and tala (beat). It means true Bhartiyas are those who sing the glory of God with bhava, raga, and tala. You should join both hands and clap. The five fingers of one hand symbolise karmendriyas (senses of action) and that of other hand stand for jnanendriyas (senses of perception). When you sing the glory of God, there should be harmony between these two. Let your every action be pleasing unto God. You may call Him Rama, Krishna, or Govinda, but God is one. Develop the feeling of oneness and attain the vision of the Divine Self (Atma).

Source::::: http://media.radiosai.org/

Natarajan

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