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AMMA’s Birthday was celebrated on 27-9-05 with simple ceremonies in Colombo and in Kalutara (in western Province of Sri Lanka), where the Ashram is building houses to resettle the families displaced by the tsunami. This was the first time Amma’s birthday was being celebrated in Sri Lanka.
On 27th September, the birthday of Sri Mata Amritanandamayi Devi, Sri. P. Narayana Kurup was awarded the Amrita Keerti Puraskar for his meritorious contributions to spiritual and philosophical literature. Kurup is an award-winning poet and literary critic and is a recipient of numerous awards, including the Ollur Award. His Excellency the Governor of Kerala, Sri. R.L. […]
Amma visited Holland from 27-29 October 2005
27 September 2005 — Amritapuri Many people stay up late the night before their birthday so they can be awake when the clock strikes midnight. Amma also got the celebration started just past the midnight hour, but of course not for her, but for her children. Just before the clock struck 12, Amma descended from […]
Amma’s birthday celebrations 27 September 2005 — Amritapuri Some 200,000 people descended on Amritapuri for Amma’s birthday this year. The seemingly gigantic bhajan hall was deemed too small a venue, and a special pandal was therefore erected behind the hall, with a capacity to seat nearly 50,000 people. But in the early hours of the […]
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 […]
26 September 2005 — Alappad Panchayat, Kollam District, Kerala Tears of joy rolled down the cheeks of Ravi and his wife Ammini Amma, as they stood in front of the new house that Amma’s Ashram had built from them. This is in Azhikkal, where the tsunami devoured 86 lives, including two of Ravi and Ammini […]