Devotees of the Midwest region
continued to explore the history of BAPS by examining the
lives of Bhagatji Maharaj and Shastriji Maharaj. Once again,
during Swamishri's morning puja, saints sang verses from kirtans
describing the works of Bhagatji Maharaj and Shastriji Maharaj.
During the evening cultural
assembly, all those present realized the greatness of Shastriji
Maharaj through a variety of presentations that described
his accomplishments considering the obstacles he faced. A
drama depicted the difficulties endured by the saints who
were with Shastriji Maharaj from the beginning, after which
kishores performed a lively dance that depicted Shastriji
Maharaj's efforts to spread the Akshar Purushottam upasana.
Swamishri concluded the assembly
with blessings, during which he narrated several incidents
from Shastriji Maharaj's life, such as the murti pratishtha
of Akshar Purushottam Maharaj in Vadhwan, and the construction
of five spectacular mandirs. He also emphasized the importance
of the Akshar Purushottam upasana.