Mancherial/Hyderabad, Sept 8 (Hydnow): In a unique gesture, Embadi Prashanth Varma, a soon-to-be groom from Kondapur Yapa Village, aimed to impart spiritual wisdom to his engagement ceremony guests. Prashanth’s special gift was customized copies of the Bhagavad Gita, weighing more than his fiancee’s weight. He also got the wedding inv citation printed in the book.
prashanth’s thoughtful gesture attracted the attention of many as he presented copies of the Bhagavad Gita to both his bride-to-be and to the attendees. Explaining the motivation behind this distinctive choice of gift, Prashanth said. “We distributed copies of the Bhagavad Gita to the guests to share the wisdom contained within the text,” he revealed that they had ordered 110 copies weighing 1,250 grams each from the renowned Gita press in Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh, and procured the remaining copies a month prior.
Prashanth, a senior Research Fellow at the Central Tobacco Research Institute (FTRI) in Rajahmundry, shared that his family had been practicing Yoga and following the teachings of the Bhagavad Gita for over two decades, leaving a profound impact on him. he saw this occasion as an opportunity to impart Gita’s wisdom to the guests. (Hydnow)
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