Eknathji says : Every programme has its congenial atmosphere. The nature of the atmosphere varies according to the programme. We have noticed that a wholesome set-up invariably adds to the success of a programme and does not mar its charm. The participants as well as the spectators derive pleasure from it. It is essential to see that nothing happens to disturb the harmony of the performance. The marriage ceremony, the religious discourses or sermons, the bhajans and such other programs are pleasantly conducted if the right atmosphere prevails. Even for the growth of a child or a plant, it is essential to provide a congenial atmosphere, in the absence of which the plant or the child suffers in its growth. Some factors are congenial while some others are detrimental.
Therefore, if a congenial atmosphere could not be provided, at least the detrimental features should be meticulously avoided. If one cannot contribute to the agreeability of the programme, one should take care to see that one does not spoil the performance by one's conduct. Maintaining a congenial atmosphere and not disturbing its harmony in any way is a sign of good culture.