Saurabh Pandey talks on God
Saurabh Pandey currently seen in Siddharth Kumar Tewary’s “Suryaputra Karn” talks on GOD!
1. What is GOD?Please share your views?
God is a topic which can take millions of years for someone to truly realize or it might just not even take a moment to know him. God is the truth who truly exists, Timeless, Absoloute and Eternal. We all think we are existing but in true sense we are not. God is unlimited. God is the cause of everything. God is life in everything. Truly God is everything. We always try to understand things but God is to be realized not understand.
2.Do you follow any rituals or any fasting you observe weekly or during festival please share?
Realization is what matters than Rituals. I haven’t done any fasting yet. But in Islam the month of fasting is done for a very good reason. To understand the suffering of others and to generate compassion for others.
3.Is there are a particular God/Saint?Deity that you specially believe in and seek blessings of?
God is formless and has unlimited forms. No matter which Saint, Deity or god you believe or pray to. What matters is realization and gaining the wisdom from what message God has sent you through them or the holy books such a Holy Kuran, Bhagwat Gita, Gurugranth Sahab and others. To answer your question my favorite is Lord Krishna.
4.What is your point of view in other religion( Islam,Christianity,etc).Do you follow any particular,please share.
I respect all religions and all religions teaches the same things. Just in different ways. The summary is to realize that their is only one God and their is no other then him. With respect to what religion you follow.
5.Share an incident in your life when you realized the existence of god?
The thing is once u realize God. Then you also realize that he was always there its just me who didn’t see it all this while. We are breathing, we are alive, we have this body which is unbelievably complex and so is everything in this entire universe. Isn’t that enough to make us realize that there is something beyond who had made this, preserves it and destroys it and again recreates.