archive for February, 2005

Amma in Bangalore

(8 Feb '05)

Anticipation was in the air as the people of Bangalore were eagerly awaiting the arrival of their beloved Amma. On the dais was the honorable Chief Minister of Karnataka Shri. Dharam Singh as well as the ex-Prime Minister of India Shri. Deva Gauda. The atmosphere was charged with excitement when the sound of the gong […]

Category : Other | Social Service | Yatra

Thankful devotees of Mysore

(6 Feb '05)

06 February 2005, Mysore Due to Amma’s extensive work to relieve the suffering of the tsunami victims, many of the places She was to visit on Her annualmahayatra had to be cancelled. The cultured and devotional people of Mysore were thankful and happy that She graced them with a visit even in these difficult times. […]

Category : Yatra

Busy in the service of Her children

(6 Feb '05)

6 February 2005, On the road to Mysore. Amma had come to the programme site in Kalpetta on the evening of the 4th at about 6:30 p.m. Now She was leaving for Mysore immediately after the programme at 10:30 a.m. on the morning of the 5th. On Her way, Amma visited a few houses and, […]

Category : Yatra

Shower on the mountain top: Amma in Kalpetta

(4 Feb '05)

4 February 2005 — Kalpetta, Kerala “Each time Amma has come to Wayanad, She has been greeted by a shower, which is a sign of prosperity and fulfillment,” said Sri. K.K. Ramachandran, the Honourable Minister of Health of Kerala. He was speaking before the 20,000 people sitting through the light shower that had come over […]

Category : Yatra

Amma in Kalpetta

(4 Feb '05)

February 4 2005 Yesterday, Amma left Amritapuri for Her brief tour of Kalpetta, Mysore and Bangalore. This is the 12th time Amma has visited the district of Wayanad, where Kalpetta is located. Amma has a charitable hospital for tribals in Kalpetta. She arrived in the mountain-top town at 7:00 this morning. When Amma left Amritapuri, […]

Category : Yatra

Build only 50 houses, says the Govt.

(2 Feb '05)

2 Feb 2005, Amritapuri The State Government of Kerala is initially allowing the Ashram to rebuild only 50 houses in Alappad Panchayat. This is in response to the Ashram’s request to rebuild all of the more than 1,000 houses destroyed in the panchayat. The houses must be built to the government’s model, which is stated […]

Category : Free Housing | Health Care | Tsunami

Employment & Medical counselling

(1 Feb '05)

1 February 2005 The Ashram gave Mukundan Vatakke Attathu of Azhikkal a hand-pedelled tricycle. Mukundan lost everything in the tsunami. His leg was amputated before. His son, who is suffering from multiple fractures, is being treated at AIMS. Amma met with young men and women, and their parents, who are interested in the Ashram’s paramedical […]

Category : Tsunami