We have a very good idea what Bharat Maha Kisan Abhiyan means, but now we need to understand what it is and what it means to us.
The Bharat Maa Ki Jyoti, or Bharat Maududi (BMJA), is a global movement, started by the late Narendra Modi, to create a nation that would be ‘more human’, ‘more inclusive’, and ‘more compassionate’.
It is not just about the development of one particular country or region, it is also about a commitment to universal human rights and dignity, as enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which the United Nations adopted in 1948.
A new chapter in the history of India was born.
The first BharatMaududi event took place in 2017.
As we have seen from previous events, there are many who are keen to bring it to the global stage.
But are we in the right place?
Here are some questions that we should ask ourselves and answer with clarity.
What is ‘Bhagat Mata’?
Bhagat is a Sanskrit word, which means ‘God’.
Bharat is also the name of the state in which Modi had established his political party, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).
In this context, it makes sense to think of Bharat as the ‘Lord of the Universe’.
A lot of us, in our everyday lives, have an image of a deity, which is the one who rules over us.
We think of God as a big, powerful, powerful man, and we often believe that he is always watching over us and helping us.
But what does this ‘Big God’ really look like?
Does he have a body or does he just stand there?
There are many myths about this deity that are said to have existed in the past.
In fact, there have been many myths surrounding him, and one of them is that he was a human-like being, like our ancestors.
There is a saying that he had a head like a human and a body like a horse.
According to some, he also had wings like a bird.
There are also stories about him, which have come down to us from the time of the Vedas, that he came down from the sky and looked down on us and said, ‘I am your Lord, I am the Lord of the universe.
May I be yours, your son or your daughter.’
In other words, he was the God of all people.
The other myth is that of a human who looked like a god.
According the Vedic tradition, the first incarnation of Bharati was called Vishnu, who was said to be a human.
The idea of a divine being is very widespread in India.
Many people in India believe that this is the same as a human being, and they see themselves as having the same characteristics as this person.
For instance, people believe that their head and their arms are made of hair.
Similarly, their eyes are made out of clay.
Many believe that the body of a person can be considered to be like their head, and that they can be worshipped and honored as gods.
According this view, there is a great similarity between a human body and that of another human.
So, for instance, we can worship and respect one another, as humans do, and worship and venerate one another.
And, when we do so, we may feel that we have some kind of connection with the body and soul of the other person.
This kind of ‘body-in-mind’ relationship between humans and the divine is called a ‘synthetic connection’ between human beings and the Divine.
A similar idea is expressed by some Hindus, who believe that a human has the body, soul, and mind of another person.
But this idea, too, is not universal in Hinduism.
For example, many Hindus believe that there are different levels of Godhead, and even different levels for different kinds of Gods.
In this view of God, the Divine cannot be reduced to just one body or one soul.
For this reason, Hinduism also calls it a ‘non-dual’ religion.
The concept of God is not limited to the body or the soul.
According a tradition in Hindu mythology, the creator of the world, Vishnu (the ‘Lord’), created everything.
Vishnu was born from the womb of Mother Earth, and this created him as a god (sikti).
The creation of Vishnu and the creation of the physical world came after a period of time.
As Vishnu rose from the earth, he became the sun.
He became the creator and the sun-god, and the earth became the heavens (kriya).
He became known as the father of all living beings.
The earth became heaven and the heavens became earth, and heaven became earth.
All this was done to bring the world into being.
According another tradition,