The Divine Message - Message From Poojyashree Shree Amma - The Ultimate
Liberator Bestowed By Lord Shri Krishna!
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Why is that we insist you on repeatedly doing namajapam is because there is a secret behind this. How beautifully have our ancestors explained the power and the secret of namajapam to us? Sometimes I used to cry in joy that the whole life time may not be sufficient thinking about the way our mahatmas have explained the secrets of namajapam. How beautifully have they put such a big truth in such a simple manner as doing namajapam. The joy of living rests in this very secret. A banyan true is very huge but its seed is so small that it is not easily spotted and namajapam is very much similar in comparison. There is no need to indulge in breath control, or to shun people by not allowing them to touch us etc. There is no place for all these in bhakthi. We need have a pure heart and the japam (chants) must reside in our hearts. If we are able to achieve that then we will very soon realise God because He is omnipresent and resides within everyone. The fact that there is Lord within all of us is not realised by most people.
People regard intelligence as the supreme thing. But the same intelligence is within the Lord's control and the mind will not function if the Lord had not been present in us. Everything rests on the Lord and the Lord is within all of us. This does not mean that we should start to worship each and every individual in this world. People regard highly of themselves and think that there is no one who is as pious or as intelligent as they are. The truth is that everything is contained by namajapam and the mental strength derived by people who do namajapam can't be possesed by other people who don't chant. This is the truth and what others do is just for name and fame. RadheKrishna, I have a strong desire that by means of RadheKrishna Satsangam that at least once in a week we should all go round the streets singing the praise of the Lord. The Lord should shower His mercy and make this happen through the others members of satsangam even if I don't join them. If this is not possible then we should go to a variety of places that have sacred temples and do namajapam and this is one of my strongest desires. We have a number of such locations that are available to do namajampam but the fact is that we have not yet reached there to begin doing namajapam.
Poojyashree Shree Amma
Mahatmas - New Bhaktacharitras Each Month India
is the holy land with so many bhaktas (devotees). When we go through the Indian
history, there must be a bhakta in every period. That is the greatness of this
sacred land. Bhaktas are the role model for all the bonded souls. They enjoy
their life in a perfect way. Bhaktas surrender themselves to the Lotus feet of
Lord. By hearing or reading bhaktas' divine story, the bonded soul is
enlightened to come out of the worldwide bondages. Radhekrishna!
Sincere chanting and listening to the great stories of devotees will surely give
a peace of mind to everybody, even in this 21st century. So many people think
that listening to the devotee's stories is a waste of time and there is no
benefit at all. If somebody wants to realize the power of bagawan, first of all
they must listen bhaktha charithram [stories of devotees]. There are so many
advantages in listening to baktha charithram.
India is the holy land with so many bhaktas (devotees). When we go through the Indian history, there must be a bhakta in every period. That is the greatness of this sacred land. Bhaktas are the role model for all the bonded souls. They enjoy their life in a perfect way. Bhaktas surrender themselves to the Lotus feet of Lord. By hearing or reading bhaktas' divine story, the bonded soul is enlightened to come out of the worldwide bondages.
Radhekrishna! Sincere chanting and listening to the great stories of devotees will surely give a peace of mind to everybody, even in this 21st century. So many people think that listening to the devotee's stories is a waste of time and there is no benefit at all. If somebody wants to realize the power of bagawan, first of all they must listen bhaktha charithram [stories of devotees]. There are so many advantages in listening to baktha charithram.
Bharath is a very special land and contained within it are sacred places and rivers. Devotees born in this sacred bharath ensure that they propagate bhakti in all corners of the country. This is the precise reason why the fragrance of bhakti can be felt all around our country.Thirumangai Azhwar was visiting all the sacred places around this country. Whilst on pilgrimage around the country he visited the sacred town of Srirangam.
praNavaakaaram vEdhaSrungam mahaadhbhutham
SrirangaSaayee bhagavaan praNavaarththa prakaasaka:"
Buddhir Buddhi Mathaam Asmi
"Buddhir Buddhi Mathaam Asmi" proclaims Krishna in Gita that He alone resides as intelligence that is inherent among intelligent men. If we observe we would find that everybody has some intelligence in one way or the other. But people make use of their intelligence to achieve progress for their ownself. But we must use the intelligence to do work that would be appreciated by the Lord. That fortunate work is derived by those alone who associate themselves with the devotees of the lord. Vithurar's intelligence was used to protect Pandavas and prevent Duryodana from falling from grace. Intelligence is a big boon. But in Kaliyuga, if we observe closely then earning wealth, achieving their own deeds and meeting ones needs are alone considered as intelligence. Tirumangai Azhwar's intelligence was helpful in the service of the Lord. Tirumangai Azhwar is spellbound by the golden statue of Buddha. Azhwar travelled to the place where the architect of the Buddha temple was residing and mingled with the common people there along with the architect of the temple.
Radhekrishna.. Tirumangai Azhwar for the sake of service of Lord Renganatha crosses all boundaries. He is meditating on the Lord and mixes with the architect and earns his trust. Once he started a conversation with the architect and said that there is a sad news which he should know. The architect asks the Azhwar about the sad news. Azhwar says that someone has stolen the golden Buddha statue from Naagapatinam. People used to say that this statue is so special that it can't be stolen. Azhwar also says that he is saddened by the fact that someone stole the statue that is considered fool proof. The architect feels the pain and sadness and feels the hardwork gone behind securing the statue. Some traitor alone out of greed of money has leaked the secret. There are two chakras that are rotating and they have to be stopped using the stem of a banana tree. If the chakras are stopped then water will flow and the place where the water falls, is a chain that is held to secure the statue. If the chakras are stopped and the statue is moved to the left and to the right, the chain will appear that has to be cut to take the statue out. The architect also cries out that a traitor has explained the secret and Azhwars eyes are filled with tears of joy.
Azhwar now knows the secret of taking the statue out. This is intelligence and definitely no one has been harmed by this intelligence. This has to be felt by us and will be apparent if we do bhakthi. Should we not think that the followers of Buddha will be saddened by this act? Well, the Azhwar decides that even followers of Buddha will attain a good state if they worship Lord Renganatha and hence he decides to steal the statue. Tirumagai Azhwar out of his intelligence and with the help of the Lord gets the secret out from the architect himself. The Azhwar was overjoyed and thanked Lord Renganatha and comes out of the island from where the architect was staying and boards a ship to go to Naagapatinam. On the way he decides that the statue alone will not be sufficient to do service for Lord Renganatha and decides to accumulate more wealth. The Azhwar, to find a way to accumulate more money, was meditating on the Lord via namajapam.
A spectacular idea struck him and we will see in next month's issue what that idea was and how the
Azhwar used his intelligence
Krishnam Vande Jagadhgurum - Extracts From The Holy Bhagawath Geetha
Radhekrishna.Hinduism is an ancient religion. All the things that have been spoken in Hindu religion can be applied in practical life. Although in 21st century till everyone can apply this in his or her daily life. The aim of Hindu religion is to provide total happiness to everyone at all times (or any point of time). The essence of Hinduism is told in "Bhagawad Gita". In order to realize what is said in Bhagawad Gita it is a compulsory (must) to have an unconditional faith on Bhagawad Gita. So many people have benefited in their lives because of the (by reading) shlokas of Bhagawad Gita. In Bhagawad Gita, Bhagawan Shri Krishna has told the way to lead a happy life in such an easy way that even a normal layman can easily understand. The slokas are so simple that anyone can understand and use it practically.
Krishnam Vande Jagadhgurum - Extracts From The Holy Bhagawath Geetha
How is that each one of us can have a personal form of the Lord? The same food is consumed by many people who have different hands and their taste buds vary considerably. Pramaatha (Krishna) is definitely the only supreme being but people enjoy Him according to their nature. Arjuna listens very attentively while meditating on his version of Krishna. Lord says beautifully.
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The Lord starts very beautifully with a 'But' and proceeds to say that whoever performs karma and dedicates the results to me, and forever meditates on me making me the ultimate goal, I shall ensure that they overcome the burden of life and cross the cycle of birth and deaths.
Lord says very beautifully....Thou shall submit all Karma to me. This is really special. Lord does not say whether the person should be a man or a woman, rich or poor but simply states 'those who do karma for me'. There are people who say that
Vedas have restrictions and women are generally not eligible to recite. But unlike
Vedas, everybody can claim ownership and follow Bhagavad Gita. Anyone can realise the truth found in the holy words and attain a blissful state. The strength of the Gita can be
very well felt if we have devotion towards our sathguru. Hence if we meditate on the Lord and listens to his teachings we will surely realise the power of Gita.
The Lord proclaims to dedicate all forms of karma to Him. We must dedicate all varieties of karma that are necessary to lead a life in this world (Examples walking, talking, sleeping, excretion, office / personal work, taking medication, copulation, cutting nails, taking bath etc). We must get up in the morning and pray that I have got up to do karma for the Lord and must do all deeds for the sake of the Lord. Even if we are preparing milk for a crying child we should remind ourselves that we are carrying this out for the sake of the Lord. Krishna says the same message in the seventh chapter of Gita but there He dictates individual actions. In this verse the Lord has said to dedicate all karmas or actions to Him. we must do all actions for Him just like taking care of the Lord's gardens. We must dedicate even simple actions like washing clothes or cleaning the house for the sake of the Lord. If we are doing the final rites for a person then also we have to do it for Him alone. Similarly we have to work for Him and make Him the final goal in life.
The final reaction of all our actions is to ensure that we become one with the Lord. He alone is the owner and responsible for all our actions and reactions. If the food that we consume becomes energy inside our body, it is as a result of the Lord's mercy. Let us dedicate all our karma and make him the goal without unwanted thoughts. If useless thoughts germinate in our minds then we should dedicate those as well to the Lord and medidate on Him. Yes it is possible for everyone to follow this principle.
Guruji Amma used to say always that whatever you do, do it for the sake of the Lord with total devotion. A action that is done with devotion to the Lord certainly reaches Him and we derive infinite bliss as a result. we must dedicate all forms of wordly karmas and karmas that are stated in shastras to Him. Villiputhur Baghavar who was residing in
Tiruvendeepuram used to do Sandhyavandanam and other karmas daily. In olden days people used to do Sandhyavandanam either
on the river banks or in small ponds and this is considered superior according to our shastras.
Does that mean if we are not close to a river or pond we should not do Sandhyavandanam? It only means that if we have access then it is better if not we can do it at the convenience of our homes. we must not try to dwell and argue over shastras as this will ruin the benefits that would be derived out of them. If we misunderstood the shastras then the loss is on our side and shastras dont lose a thing. The brahmins used to observe that Villiputhur bagawar used to always do sandhyavandanam in the opposite bank to where they did sandhyavandanam. One day they enquired Villiputhurar as to why he is not joining them in doing sandhyavandanam.
Villiputhurar replied that they (he along with others) are shisyas of Sri Ramanuja and they do sandhyavandanam for doing karma for the Lord. We must not think highly that there is no one who can do sandhyavandam like I do. Instead we must think that the Lord is dictating us to do and proceed with doing it daily and is the considered as the epitome of a bhakta. Villiputhurar does not expect anything in return as a result of doing sandhyavandam. whereas the others do with some expectations like a glowing body and such categories of people are called 'Varna dharmis'. Villiputhar says you are doing sandhyavandam as a result of your varna (being a brahmin) so that others don't try to ridicule them for not doing so. Hence he rejects doing sandhyavandam with the rest of the brahmins and establishes that even sandhyavandanam has to be done and dedicated for the Lord.
We must accept everything as Lord's gift or Prasadam. Chaitanya Mahaprabhu whilst being a sanyasi used to have rich and delicious food. Dharma does not allow sanyasis to enjoy such
varieties of food but as Lord's prasadam can be had is the exception. Whatever
Chaitanya had, He had for the sake of the Lord and not for taste. Hence if we do karma for the Lord it certainly reaches Him. Let us have Him as our supreme goal. There is more to be enjoyed for these slokas and let us continue to enjoy in the coming issues.
To be continued....
Poojyashree Shree Ammavin Thiruvadigale Saranam Saranam Saranam.Top
The Divine Songs - Dhivyaprabhandham
vAnALum mAmathi pOl veN kudaik kIz mannavar tham
Azhwar wants to be born as a wild forest stream that originates and
terminates in Thirumala itself.
Kulasekara Azhwar very beautifully meditates on the sacred Tirumala hills. Everyone knows that there is nothing as sacred as meditating on the form of the Lord. The devotees of the Lord who meditate on Him, are considered very special and scared as confirmed by the hymns found in a variety of areas. Kulasekara Azhwar feels that Tirumala hills are wonderfully sacred because it carries both the Lord and His very own devotees. If we observe closely then we will figure out people consider a thing as very desirable, having a particular life style is considered very worthy, praises showered by others is considered a blessing etc.
Kulasekara Azhwar rejects even all these things as not worthy of
possession because the life span of a human is very short. Brahma is supposed to live for
100000 years and even that is considered nothing when compared to time. In comparision to Brahmas life span, our human life span is considered as nothing. Hence it is a sin to try to achieve something in this short span thinking that is everything in life. We must elevate ourselves in bhakthi with the blessings of the Lord and that is considered worthy. Life's purity is destroyed when we, out of jealousy, try to imitate or procure the life led by others. Kulasekara
Azhwar feels that the life of a king, though desired by all, is nothing very special and very strongly believes in this.
Moon is the king of all stars. Hence Kings used to rule the earth would be seated under a moon like white umbrella or a canopy. This description of the kings being seated under the canopy and ruling the places is found in Srimad Ramanayam and Srimad bhagavatham. The throne is determined by the capacity of the king. If we observe today, a red carpet welcome is being extended to people who hold powerful positions. Depending on the power of the person, the seating, the vehicles and decorations vary as well. Kings used to sit in a golden throne and that used to give a majestic feeling. An umbrella used to be placed above the throne that used to shine like the white moon ruling the stars in the sky.
Only a king seated under such a throne is considered king of kings. Other small kings would rule their small territories but would come under the command of this powerful emperor. Being born as a king of kings is considered to be very fortunate in life.
If we observe closely then King Dasharatha was in that same powerful position.
To establish their power over other kings, aswametha yagna (sacrifice) used to be performed. King Brihu also performed aswametha yagna and doing such a yagna is considered as a great task. Ramanaya also refers to King Rama performing aswametha yaga. Mahabharatha also refers to Yudhistra ruling the entire planet.
Kulasekara Azhwar rejects the wealth enjoyed by king of kings. There is no joy in such a wealth because life terminates after a period of time. Being wealthy does not mean old age will not catch up with them, diseases or mental troubles will not touch them, day or night will be different to them. If a wealthy person is caught in a typhoon it will destroy whatever it can during the course of its path. Only humans can respect wealth but animals will not even care. A crow will fly over a rich person's house and the person has no control over it and declare that only parrots and doves should fly over his house. A wealthy person cant bribe a tree and make it flower all days in a year. A wealthy person is respected by people who don't have wealth and nature will not even care. Hence Kulasekara Azhwar rejects such a wealth and this is the fact and truth of life.
Earning wealth has become a way of life. There is nothing wrong in earning but if you think that this wealth can bring you everything is a false thought. Tirumala hills is full of flowers that have honey overflowing from them and the hills are considered very sacred. These hills are the resting place of both the Lord and His devotees and there can't be a better blessing than this. Hence Kulasekara Azhwar declares that it is sufficient to be a wild stream in the sacred Tirumala hills.
In the earlier verse the Azhwar wishes to be a little mount in Tirumala. But not everyone can attain the mount. But a stream would be enjoyed by one and all including birds and animals. The birds and animals in Tirumala are nothing but devotees of the Lord who have decided to stay in this form to enjoy the Lord. The visitors of Tirupati are also considered as devotees. Hence the Azhwar feels that there is great joy in being a wild river in Tirumala. Also the Azhwar feels that the stream should dry up in the hills itself and not flow elsewhere.
Ganga, Yamuna and Cauvery all start somewhere but eventually end mixing in oceans or seas. But the Azhwar feels that he has to be a stream that begins and ends in Tirumala. Even today during the rainy season in tirumala you can find many small streams and rivers flowing but none of them would go beyond the hills. Hence the Azhwar declares that origin and end should be in Tirumala. Our birth should start with the Lord and end with the thought of the lord. Life should begin with association of devotees and end with their association. This is considered to be the real blessing of life. Kulasekara Azhwars rejects all other associations or thoughts other than that of being associated with the Lord. We have millions of thoughts contained within us. But such a noble thought only arose in the mind of a king of kings, Kulasekar Azhwar.
Hence don't think that I am rich, handsome, well educated and have attained a good state and throw away this life. Let us
meditate on the Lord, enjoy the Lord and try to touch the limits of bhakthi with all dedicated efforts. How wonderful is this hymn? Let us see next month what Kulasekara
Azhwar has to say in his next song.
Poojyashree Shree Ammavin Thiruvadigale Saranam Saranam Saranam.
Spring Of Spiritual Showers - Experiences Of Bhaktas, Disciples Of Poojyashree
Shree Amma, Our Gurujiamma
An experience of a disciple in his / her own words
I am indeed fortunate to share this experience on the web-sites of our Radhe Krishna Sathsangam.
I was winding up my affairs in Uganda after 11 years stay in that country.
In particular I had spent 8 full years at the Windsor Lake Victoria Hotel as a resident manager in the hotel. As a result of those long years I had accumulated a lot of personal belongings which I could not leave behind since these personal belongings were useful one way or other.
At the same time, I had several things which I wanted to just hand over to friends and other people in Uganda.
To give the reader a picture, I had packed about 350 Kgs and sent through airline cargo as "unaccompanied baggage". I had another about 150 Kgs. to pack and take with me on my return journey from Uganda to Chennai, India. I had so much baggage that what I paid for my baggage was more than what I paid or my own travel. The point about all this baggage is that if I did not bring all the stuff home, I would have to spend a lot in India to buy these things all over again.
I was to leave Uganda on the afternoon of 12-Jan-2007 and believe it or not on the night of 11-Jan-2007 most of the stuff that I had to pack (150 Kgs) of accompanied baggage had not yet been packed !! Not only tha tmany of these things were in various cupboards and nooks and corners of my flat and had not even been accumulated for packing. I was to wake up on 12-Jan-2007 morning do some other important personal work, finalise some official work and leave for the airport. I decided that I would pack the whole night (11.1.2007) without sleep. I was already tired and had not recovered from a severe bout of flu and cough.
At about 10 p.m. (night 10 p.m.), I received a call from a friend who does not visit or call me so often. In fact he called me and asked me if I had finished packing. He stays about 50 Kms away from my home and at 10 PM that night, when he called me and suggested that he will come and help me with th packing, I already began to feel that the call was very strange and unusual. I just accepted his kindness, without any control over myself. He reached me at about 11:30 pm driving on a road from Kampala to Entebbe that is not so safe to drive at that time. Not only that, he brought with him a common family friend (husband, wife and their two little children). The couple left their children sleeping in their car in the hotel parking lot and they got in to my flatlet and packed for three full hours (in the middle of the deep night). Four of us packed serioulsy for three hours (without wasting a minute) and they all left my flat at around 2:30am on 12-Jan-2007 back to their homes in Kampala.
They did not say much to me as they left but on the following morning one of them called me to say goodbye once again and he really wondered why I did not call them and ask for help when I had so much packing still left to accomplish. I wanted to tell him that my kind Gurujiamma helps me even when I totally mis-judge the volume of work still left to do. But I really could not communicate these feelings to him effectively. Since he is also a devotee of Guruji in Kampala, I just reminded him that I was saved from a possibly terrible night by our Guruji Amma and the Namajapam that she has blessed us all with.
To this day and for all time to come I will know that it was GurujiAmma's immense benevolence that led these three people to come to my rescue that night. Everytime I used to call Guruji Amma she would tell me to chant and I would try to do that to the best of my ability, but it was a great feeling to see how this chanting came to my rescue always and especially that night.
My pranams to Gurujiamma and Guruji
Poojyashree Shree Ammavin Thiruvadigale Saranam Saranam Saranam.
Now happily re-united with the family in Chennai, by the grace fo Gurujiamma
(formerly residing in Uganda, East Africa)
Click here to read this devotee's earlier experience.
Samarpanam parithraanaaya sadhoonaam vinasaya cha dhushkrutham dharma sansthapanarthaya sambhavami yuge yuge
parithraanaaya sadhoonaam vinasaya cha dhushkrutham
dharma sansthapanarthaya sambhavami yuge yuge
Bhagawan takes avatar in each and every yuga mainly to safeguard the bhaktas and then to destroy the rakshasaas who trouble his bhaktas. So Bhagawan comes to this bhoomi from paramapadham just for the sake of his bhaktas. Hence we come to know that bhaktas are very important to the Lord. Whenever Bhagawan comes to rescue his bhaktas, the other fellow people also reap the benefits.........Our guruji amma gives high respect to all the bhaktas. Hence our Vedhanaadham's every issue will be dedicated to one bhakta. This issue we are dedicating toone of the great disciple of Vallabhaacharya namely 'Soordas'.
The child who was born blind in Sihi, near present day Delhi into the family of a poor Brahmin
The child who was neglected and ill treated to such an extent that by the age of 3, everybody had forgotten his real name, because of his blindness and hence ran away from home at the age of 6.
The disciple of the great saint Vallabacharya, who graced and bestowed Him with a divine vision, and who experienced the bliss of Shri Krishna's divine leelas.
The disciple who acquired religious knowledge and Hindu philosophy under the great sage and Guru Vallabhacharya.
The blind poet of Brij, is considered the 'Valmiki of Brij' (a dialect of Hindi), not only because he was the first poet to write in that dialect, but also because his works have an epic stature.
The disciple of Vallabhacharya was not only a poet, but also a composer, whose songs became so popular that even during his lifetime, he had become a legend and even the the Mogul emperor Akbar gave homage to him.
prolific composer, who composed most of songs, based on the theme of the
affection of Yashoda and the gopis –the cowherd-girls of Brij for
Krishna; the intense love of Radha for Krishna and the dalliance of the
latter with the gopis.
The disciple of Vallabhacharya who was appointed as a singer in the temple of Shreenathji at Goverdhan in Jatipura (Vraj).
Sacred Living Sanctity - New Pictures Of Poojyashree Shree Amma, Our
Sathsangam News - Information About The Sathsang Activities Like Forthcoming Pravachans And Programmes
Sathsangam Programmes held at various places last month
Radhekrishna. January 2007 was the best month for all the Mumbai devotees. Each of them felt that they had a great start this year. This time Aandal’s Thiruppavai was very very different. Each and every sathsangam by Mahan Brahma Shri Gopalavallidasar had left a great impact on everyone. Radhekrishna. The explanations that Guruji gave for each and every pasuram was flawless. Many new people had come for Guruji’s sathsangam. January 10th was the last day and Aandal Kalyanam. Guruji was showered with so many garlands. Everyone felt so happy. Just when Guruji said the last pasuram, the Raghavendra temple devotees came and honored our Guruji with garland and shawl. They were sitting for sometime and listening Guruji’s sathsangam. It was a real co incidence (as Guruji says Bhagwath Ichchai). Guruji was about to say as how Parasurabhattar was rewarded by Lord Ranganathar after saying Thiruppavai. No sooner did He start; Guruji Himself was rewarded with garland and shawl by Ragavendhra temple devotees. Guruji said it was Ragavendhrar’s prasadam, He was gifted by Ragavendhrar. Everyone was so delighted.
Radhekrishna. After Thiruppavai Mahan Brahma Shri Gopalavallidasar’s sathsangam took place in Nerul. The devotees enjoyed the sathsangam.
After that Mahan Brahma Shri Gopalavallidasar did sathsangam on eleventh chapter of Bagawatham for three days at a devotees’ place in Dombivli. In the sathsangam Guruji said about Yadava Kulam, Udhdhava Geethai etc.
From 16th onwards Mahan Brahma Shri Gopalavallidasar’s sathsangam took place at various devotees’ places. All the sathsangam were indescribable. In His sathsangam Mahan Brahma Shri Gopalavallidasar explained about having unconditional faith in Bagawan Krishna and how to lead a happy life for Bhagawan Krishna. Guruji said that we should take our life as a duty towards Bagawan Krishna. All the sathsangam were like energy boosters for everyone. Any hopeless inconfident person who would listen to these sathsangam will spontaneously turn into a confident Bhaktha and have a complete positive outlook towards life. These sathsangam have created a deep impact in everyone’s’ mind.
On 25th night Mahan Brahma Shri Gopalavallidasar along with some devotees left for Pandharpur. The Pandharpur trip was fabulous. Everyone who could accompany guruji were simply ecstatic! To know more about the trip and how everyone enjoyed and what experience they got wait till Krishnavedham. Radhekrishna.
Mahan Brahma Shri Gopalavallidasar left to Chennai on 29th January.
Forthcoming Pravachanams by Poojyashree Shree Ammas Sishyar - Mahan Brahmashree Gopalavallidasan
Venue : Aastiga Samajam, Karpaga Nayagi teruv, Puttan Teruv, Trivandrum.
Topic : Shree Krishna Kshetrangal
|10.02.07 & 11.02.07||Dwarakanath|
|13.02.07 & 14.02.07||Sreenathji|
||Radha Madan Mohan|
bhajans are held in Chennai, Podanur, Mumbai, USA and East Africa with Guruji Amma's abundant blessings.
Weekly bhajans and Nagara sankeerthanam are also being held regularly.
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