ஸ்ரீ காமகோடி வித்யாலயாவின் நோக்கம்
“தர்மத்தின் வழி செல்ல செல்ல கர்மத்தின் வலி குறையுமப்பா” என்பது அகத்தியர் வாக்கு. இந்த நவீன உலகில் பெரும்பாலான மக்களுக்கு அவர்களின் தர்மங்கள் பற்றி தெரிவதில்லை. கஷ்டங்களுக்கு காரணம் அவரவர் தர்மத்திலிருந்து விலகியது தான். அனைத்து மக்களும் பயன்பெறும் விதத்தில், வேதத்தில் சொல்லியிருக்கும் தர்மங்களை சாதாரண மக்களுக்கும் சென்றடைய செய்யும் சிறு முயற்சியை குருமார்களின் அனுக்கிரஹத்தோடு “ஸ்ரீ காமகோடி வித்யாலயா” ஆரம்பித்துள்ளது.
About Shree Kamakoti Vidhyalaya
Shree Kamakoti Vidhyalaya started on the Auspicious day of Sankara Jayanthi in 2015. (23/4/2015). Shree Kamakoti Vidhyalaya focuses on spreading DHARMAM to the society.
Dharmam is performing their duty without any deviation. Leading the life with DHARMAM takes the person to higher level of knowledge and never be defeated by any one.
GREATNESS of DHARMAM
Here is the short story of a Pativrata and a Butcher.
Sage Mahatapa was meditating on Lord Shiva chanting the Panchakshari Mantra – Om Namah Shivaya. Once, during his penance he got enraged and cursed a bird to burn to ashes for dropping on his head resulting in disturbing his concentration.
The Sage having acquired great powers due to his severe penance went to a nearby village to exhibit his powers. He stood in front of a chaste woman who was busy serving her husband. Sage Mahatapa begged alms and the woman requested him to wait for a while. The Sage, who was impatient and highly short-tempered, insisted the woman to hurry up responding to his request. The chaste woman retorted that she was not the bird to be burnt to ashes. The sage was amazed to know that this ordinary looking woman serving her husband with single pointed devotion could know about what had happened to the bird. Upon posing the question by the Sage the chaste woman replied that it was not necessary the one should take up severe penance in order to attain knowledge, but was enough if one could perform his duties with dedication to God. To acquire more knowledge the Sage was advised to meet Dharmavyada, a butcher by profession in Mithilapuri.
The sage met Dharmavyada, who was busy cutting and selling meat. The butcher greeted the sage saluting him, “Welcome Sage sent by Pativrata. The Sage was again surprised beyond words as how could such an ordinary butcher attain this knowledge who was engaged in his worldly life, selling meat. The Sage was further amazed when the butcher told him that he knew how the sage could burn a bird into ashes with his anger. Dharmavyada further explained that he was devoted to his parents and serving them in all possible ways as an offering to God which has won him knowledge -wisdom. It was a fine portrayal of Bhagawan’s core message of Sathyam Vada Dharmam chara, that everyone in every stage follows, following, if not should follow.