.....posts from 'Mass Marriage'
(7 Oct '14)
27 Sep 2014 – Amritavarsham, Amma’s 61st Birthday celebrations Amma conducted marriage of 63 impoverished couples, with MAM providing all marriage clothing, jewellery, feast and other arrangements needed for the marriage for free. For the last so many years Amma has been conducting the mass marriage during her birthday celebrations. [Show as slideshow]
(30 Sep '12)
27 Sep 2012, Amritapuri – Amma’s 59th Birthday celebrations Amma conducted the weddings for 59 impoverished couples. The couples were given new cloths and gold ornaments and food for all family members who attended. This was part of the number of charitable activities launched during the 59th birthday celebrations of Amma.
(1 Oct '11)
27 Sep 2011, Amritapuri In connection with the 58th Birthday celebrations, Amma conducted a mass marriage of dozens of underprivileged couples. As it does every year, the Mata Amritanandamayi Math provided all the requisite items for a traditional Hindu wedding, including gold necklace, bangles, wedding dresses for both bride & groom and feast for all […]
(26 Sep '05)
26 September 2005 — Azhikkal, Alappad Panchayat, Kollam District, Kerala Ramya, the daughter of Ravindran and Rajila of Medayil House in Azhikkal, was beaming with joy. She is one of 51 women who will be married in the Ashram’s mass marriage taking place tomorrow on Amma’s birthday. Only a few months back, Ramya’s mother was […]
(27 Sep '04)
Monday, 27 September 2004 — Amritapuri Amma’s 51st Birthday Celebrations Srinath and Lakshmi (names changed) never dreamed this day would take place—the most memorable day of their lives. But on September 27, this very poor couple were married at Amritapuri Ashram by none other than Amma Herself. Their wedding took place along with those of […]
(15 Dec '02)
15 December 2002, Amritapuri A long time resident of Amma’s orphanage gets married “I had always been troubled by the fear that being born the child of a beggar woman, I would have to spend my life begging in the streets, or in still worse conditions… “As we slowly moved closer to Amma, my mind […]