'Religion can control sins'

'Religion can control sins'

He was preaching about the essence of human life by articulating lines from Mankuthimmana Kagga. Preaching to the audience, he said that religion is a weapon to control sins committed by man. An offender will never fear for the punishment imposed by another human and so he will find his own way to escape from the penalty. But no one can run away from the hands of god, he proposed.

Further, he said that a man has to regret for all the offences he has committed. Maths and religious centres have been established to convert a human from bad to good. There is an immense necessity to carry on our religious practices for the generations to come, he insisted.

He indirectly suggested the people to block the ways of negative influences. Harmful thoughts enter into our mind through eyes, ears, nose and tongue which should be blocked from transferring harmful elements to our soul, he said.

Describing about judging an individual, he suggested not to judge a person by his outer looks but to examine one by understanding the person’s soul. The very thought of entire world is beyond imagination, it is just that one must make the fullest of his life, the seer informed.

The Swamiji was given a grand welcome at the programme. Kodagu Havyak Zonal President M N Harish, Kodagu Brahmin Education Development Fund vice president and others were present. Meanwhile, Swamiji distributed prizes to the students who have won Bhagavadgeethe recital contest.

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