archive for August, 2007

Weaving waste into wealth

(28 Aug '07)

28 August 2007 — Amritapuri When Amma came to the temple for Meditation Day on Tuesday, a small purse and hand-fan were waiting for her on her peetham. After sitting down, Amma placed the purse’s strap over her shoulder and began fanning herself, beaming a smile as if she were modelling some of the most […]

Category : Around Amma | Ashram Life

Onam 2007

(27 Aug '07)

Onam celebrations with Amma, 27 August 2007, Amritapuri

Category : Around Amma 2007 | Onam

Pookkalam 2007

(23 Aug '07)

Pookkalam, 23 August 2007, Amritapuri – Beautiful decorations made by Indian studetns in front of Amma’s house during the 10 day Onam celebrations.

Category : Onam | Photos

A Colorful Onam

(22 Aug '07)

22 Aug 2007—Amritapuri This morning, the main hall was abuzz with activity. Over a dozen groups of women had gathered to participate in a day full of activities in celebration of Onam. Each team consisted of women who were part of a Self Help Group (SHG) from the surrounding Allappad Panchyat where the Ashram is […]

Category : Onam | Satsang

Celebrating Independance Day 2007 with Amma

(14 Aug '07)

midnight, 14  August, 2007 Independence Day celebration, Amritapuri The 60th Independence Day of India was celebrated in Amritapuri by the students of Amrita University in the presence of Amma. This year’s Bharat Mata Puja was dedicated to the various kings of India who stood for virtue and dharma. The various cultural performances included dances, short plays […]

Category : Around Amma 2007 | Photos

Come in my dreams, don t bring transaltor

(11 Aug '07)

11 August 2007 — Amritapuri According to linguists, there are 6,912 languages spoken in the world today. Amma only speaks one of these—Malayalam. And while Malayalam is spoken by an estimated 48 million people, the 6.5 billion other people in the world pretty much have no choice but to rely on a translator when they […]

Category : Around Amma

360 degree aerial view of Amritapuri

(11 Aug '07)

Looking northward from the top of the 18-storey tall flats in the Ashram. To the left is the Arabian Sea, to the right, the Kayamkulam Backwaters. In between is the Alappad Island on which the Ashram is located Aerial view of Amritapuri

Category : Ashram