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Honouring Maharishi's vast achievements, Dr Bevan Morris reflects on Maharishi's goals for India
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11 March 2009
On 3 March 2009, Dr Bevan Morris, Prime Minister of the Global Country of World Peace, honoured the vast achievements of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, Founder of the Global Country of World Peace, and reflected upon Maharishi's long-term goals for India.
Dr Morris expressed his resolution that Maharishi's legacy be upheld in all Global Country of World Peace activities, through the administration of Maharaja Adhiraj Rajaraam and his Global Council—'accomplishing everything from the field of infinite silence and awakening the reality of Total Knowledge in our life more and more each day, both experientially and on the intellectual level,' he said.
Dr Morris reflected on some of his experiences during the previous days, when he and a group travelled throughout parts of India with rich Vedic history, and areas where Maharishi had focused his efforts on the creation of national and global invincibility.
He reported on his visit to the land chosen by Maharishi for the Brahmanand Saraswati Nagar of the city of Kashi, associated with the Jyotir Linga of Varanasi. The land, he said, is slightly north of Kashi, at the junction of the Ganga and one of its tributaries. 'It is a place of surpassing beauty and silence,' commented Dr Morris. 'From interactions with local members of the Global Country of World Peace, we could see how deeply Maharishi attended to this area—and to all 48 locations for the Brahmanand Saraswati Nagars in India.'
Also in Kashi, the delegation visited the 55 Vedic Pandits residing in the city. When the visitors arrived, the Pandits, who live in several houses near to the Jyotir Linga of Varanasi, were engrossed in their three-times daily Vedic chanting performance. 'They were so engaged in their activities,' said Dr Morris, 'that they did not even notice us approaching.' He remarked that this is a quality noticeable in all Maharishi Vedic Pandits: 'They are entirely focussed on the programme that Maharishi laid out for them.' Dr Morris also noted that Maharishi had begun to rebuild the area of Kashi, or Varanasi, surrounding the Jyotir Linga according to Vastu, Maharishi Sthapatya Veda principles.
Finally, Dr Morris reflected on his visit to Ayodhya, ancient birthplace of Lord Raam. 'Although it is very much a modern city now,' he said, 'Ayodhya still sparkles with a sense of the Ramayana, Lord Raam, Sita, and Hanuman.' He reported that Maharishi had established 150 young Vedic Pandits in the city, which is also one of the 48 Brahmanand Saraswati Nagars in India.
Dr Morris said he gained a deep sense of how connected Maharishi was to every place in India, when he learnt that Maharishi had organized for that location to have Internet connection, so that from the International Capital in MERU, Holland, he could watch live recitations of the Ramayan being performed in Ayodhya. Dr Morris also visited the site where Maharishi planned to establish a group of 1,500 Vedic Pandits at the Brahmanand Saraswati Nagar.
'It was amazing to see the sites for all of Maharishi's different projects,' he said, in concluding his address. 'India is a great gift to all of us, and will help the Global Country of World Peace to accomplish all of its goals.' He pledged to listeners that whatever goals Maharishi had for India will be fulfilled.
Dr Morris also expressed gratitude to Maharaja Adhiraj Rajaraam, First Ruler of the Global Country of World Peace, and the Rajas and Ministers of the Global Country. 'The kindness and support I receive from everyone provides me with a powerful force in all of my endeavors,' he said.
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