The Bal Vikas children from Mysore District of Karnataka got the opportunity to present a dance drama titled "Satsankalpameva Jayate" in the Divine Presence.
Dhruva was born to King Uttanapada and Suniti, his first queen. Suniti, embodiment of virtue, imbues her son Dhruva with morals through vedantic stories and songs. Suniti tells Dhruva the story of Bhramarshi Vasishta, who proves to Rajarishi Vishvamitra that Satsanga is even more powerful than Vrata.
Suruchi, Uttanapada's second queen, is arguing with the king. Dhruva walks in with Uttama, her son. The king tells them to sit on his lap. Suruchi pulls Dhruva away and tells him that only Uttama, her son, has the right to sit on the King's lap and is the rightful heir to the throne. Suruchi tells Dhruva to seek Lord Vishnu's blessings to take birth as her son to get that right. Taking his parents blessings, Dhruva leaves for the forest assuring them that he will return with the Lord's blessing.
Initiated by Sage Narada, Dhruva meditates for over 6 months. The Lord appears before him and gives him a place in heaven as Dhruva Nakshatra (Star Polaris).
After the presentation, Bhagawan blessed the participants with a group photograph and one of them with a chain. Beckoning for the Prasadam, Bhagawan ensured that sweets were given to all before accepting Arati and retiring to Yajur Mandiram.
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