श्रीराम जय राम जय जय राम, শ্ৰীৰাংজয়ৰাংজয়জয়ৰাং, শ্রীরাম জয় রাম জয় জয় রাম , શ્રીરામ જય રામ જયજય રામ, ಶ್ರೀರಾಮಜಯರಾಮಜಯಜಯರಾಮ, ശ്രിറാം ജയ് റാം ജയ്‌ ജയ് റാം, శ్రీరాంజయరాంజయజయరాం

Overview

Seva Overview

SEVA is one of the fundamental base of Bharatiya Sanskriti, which is famous in the world for its great ideals, noble principles, lofty character and classic literature.

‘SEVA’ is the immortal message of Bharatiya Vichardhara pervaded through out the endless horizon from times immemorial.

‘SEVA’ is the main feature, the key point and the essential merit of Bharatiya Samajik Chetna, which is unique ever since it started.

‘SEVA’ is the essence of devotion and that too with full dedication. It is considered to be the foremost quality of Human life according to the Holy Gita.

‘SEVA’ though easy to pronounce, has got vast implication as regards its multifaceted expression, effect and action.

‘SEVA’ is greater far in gravity, seriousness and importance than the letters it contains.

‘SEVA’ is doubly blessed as one who is served is undoubtedly benefited but he who serves finds inexplicable joy of self-contentment, which can neither be measured by any unit nor described by speech.

‘SEVA’ in fact is the inspiring fountain of Bharatiya Parampara, which is being inducted, in every Hindu child from the very beginning. 1 remember, when 1 was in the pre-primary school 1 used to sing this prayer daily before the class started-

“Waha Shakti Hamain Do Dayanidhe Kartavya Marg Par Dat Jayen.
Parseva Parupkaar Mein Ham Nij Jeevan Safal Bana Jayen.”
 

‘SEVA’ is the most essential virtue to make one’s life meaningful i.e. the success of one’s, life lies in the service to others.

In order to ameliorate their lot anything which is done with full devotion, unending selfless motive and unrestrained dynamism is NAR SEVA which one considers to be far superior to the royal throne, paradise and salvation and that is why king Rantidev said-

“Na Twaham Kamaye Rajyam Na Swargam Na-apunarbhavam.
Kaamaye Dukha-Taptanam Praninamarti Naashanam.”