Honoring Shri Ashwani Gulati with the Sacred Shrimad Bhagwat Geeta

Faridabad: Advocate Panchajanya Batra Singh and Advocate Mahavir Singh had the privilege of honoring Shri Ashwani Gulati, Dist. Chief (Faridabad) – Election Commission, BJP, with a copy of the revered Shrimad Bhagwat Geeta. This special moment took place during an insightful discussion on spirituality and science (Adhyatmik and Vaigyanik Paricharcha) at their office in Sector 28, Faridabad.

Renowned film director Chandan Mehta was also present, adding to the significance of the event with his unique perspective and presence.

During this profound gathering, Advocate Panchajanya Batra Singh captivated the audience with the ancient tale of how Revati married Shri Krishna’s brother, Shri Balram. He emphasized the fascinating time travel sequences in this story, showcasing the profound depth and foresight of Indian mythology, written over 5,000 years ago. This narrative not only highlighted the rich cultural heritage but also the intricate blend of science and spirituality that our ancestors had mastered.


The story of Revati and Balram serves as a testament to the timeless wisdom embedded in our scriptures, where concepts such as time travel were explored long before modern science acknowledged them. Advocate Panchajanya Batra Singh’s recounting of this tale was a vivid reminder of the immense knowledge our ancient texts hold and the importance of preserving and understanding them in today’s context.

Story of Balarama and Revati Marriage

According to mythological beliefs, Revati was the daughter of Maharaj Revatak. She was born from divine fire. Revati was very beautiful. She was also full of modesty. When Revati grew up and became eligible for marriage, she decided that she would marry the person who would be the most powerful in the world. After this, King Revatak started looking for the most powerful person. But he could not find any such person on earth.

To find a solution to this problem, King Revatak went to Brahma Lok. He asked Brahma Ji to tell him a very powerful person. Then Brahma Ji told King Revatak about Balram. The king returned to earth. He went to meet Balram Ji. But by the time Revatak reached Earth, both Satya Yuga and Treta Yuga had passed. When he reached Earth, the people there were very short.

After this, he went to Balram Ji and said that his daughter was taller than Balram. In such a situation, how can Revati be married to him? Then Balram Ji said that by the time he came to earth, both Satya Yug and Treta Yug had passed. Now Dwapar Yug has begun. In the meantime, Balram Ji placed his plow on Revati’s head and pressed her head. In the meantime, Revati’s size became smaller than Balram Ji’s. After this, the marriage of Balram and Revati was completed.

 This event was a beautiful confluence of ancient wisdom and contemporary knowledge, underscoring the enduring relevance of our spiritual heritage. The discussions at the event highlighted how the teachings of the Shrimad Bhagwat Geeta continue to inspire and guide us, bridging the gap between the past and the present.

It was a profound experience to witness such an enriching exchange of ideas, celebrating our spiritual roots while embracing modern insights. The honor bestowed upon Shri Ashwani Gulati with the Shrimad Bhagwat Geeta symbolized the reverence for our traditions and the continuous quest for knowledge and enlightenment.

“We are grateful to everyone who participated in this event, making it a memorable and spiritually uplifting occasion. Let’s continue to honor our rich heritage and seek wisdom in every aspect of life,” said Advocate Mahavir Singh.