To spread the moral, ethical and spiritual values among the people, Hyderabad based Sri Maha Vidya Peetham in association with Dharma Jagarana Samithi has decided to offer Sri Rama Deeksha from March 25, New Indian Express reported.
According to media reports, Sri Maha Vidya Peetham founder Brahmasri Chintapally Subramanya Sharma said the conferment of nine-day Deeksha will begin on March 25 marking Ugadi festival (Telugu New Year) and will conclude on Sri Rama Navami on April 2.
''During the Deeksha, spiritual values will be taught to the devotees who take up Rama Deeksha by the Samithi at the Lord Rama temples. The idea is to protect human values which would eventually protect dharma'', he said.
Chintapally Subramanya Sharma said several Hindu organisations have come forward to support the Deeksha by distributing pamphlets of Sri Rama Raksha Stotram, Japa Malas, banners, and flags in every village, mandals and districts in the State.
Dharma Jagarana Samithi member Mutyala Rao has called upon the devotees to follow the ethics and morals during the nine-day Deeksha period by chanting the Sri Rama Panchadasi Mantram, feeding cows at goshala.