During the evening assembly,
Pujya Vishwamurti Swami eloquently spoke about the glory and
richness of ancient Indian culture, which was the most spiritually
and intellectually advanced. The legacy of this culture still
remains with us today.
Kishores (youths) then performed
a drama, "Manomaya Chakra," which was based on Shreeji Maharaj's
sermon from the Vachnamrut Sarangpur 7. The drama depicted
the mind's instability, and its return to stability with the
grace of God-realized saint.