.....posts from 'Disaster Relief'
(23 Feb '12)
One should be able to see all of creation as one, the unity beyond the apparent diversity. Amma advises us to practice that attitude in our day to day life, and we could get a glimpse of it by seeing the IVUSA Japanese students working on the Amrita kuteeram site of Raichur, Karnataka. For one […]
(16 Dec '11)
Within 20 days, Amma has completed 100 houses. records were broken again and again 242 houses were handed over on August. Now almost all the allotted houses on the three sites stand completed, awaiting allotment by the Government for the displaced families in Raichur
16 September 2011, Sendai, Japan Embracing the World (ETW), the international organization of Mata Amritanandamayi Math, formally presented its donation of US $1,000,000 to Yoshihiro Murai, the Governor of Miyagi, Japan. This money will be used for Miagi children’s education fund. The donation is part of Ashram’s Japan Tsunami relief and rehabilitation work. Amma had […]
(28 Jul '11)
Amma visits tsunami relief camps in Japan 25 July, Tokyo During the programs in Tokyo, many people from tsunami-affected areas came to seek solace and guidance from Amma. A number of them wept in her arms as they shared their grief with her. People expressed their concern over radiation threats. Some of them were anxious […]
(24 Jul '11)
Tokyo, Japan, July 23 Amma announced a donation of one million US dollars towards the relief and rehabilitation of Japanese disaster victims, particularly for the education of children who lost both their parents in the devastating March 11 tsunami. The donation will be made by Mata Amritanandamayi Center (MA Center) USA along with Amma’s global […]
(1 May '11)
Volunteer doing hand massage for one of the refugee at the camp Volunteers helping with the laundry Miyoki Ochi and Minako Hayashi, washing the useable clothes Within three days of the disaster, Embracing the World sent its first group of volunteers to the affected areas to distribute food and water for the refugees. After two […]
(19 Mar '11)
Amritapuri Since first day after the earthquake in Japan, there were prayer circles for the victims every day. Daily after the evening bhajans, all have been chanting 108 ‘Lokah Samastha’ mantra sitting around the map of Japan with lamps lit around it.