16-17 March, Kochi, Kerala – Bharata Yatra 2019 Kochi saw a celebratory tone during Amma’s Bramhasthanam programs. On arrival at 6:40pm from Palakkad on March 15, Amma was welcomed by Vedic Chants from students of Tantra Vidyapeetham, Lalita sahasranamam by students of Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham and bhajans by devotees. Looking at the crowd from the […]
Month: March 2019
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23rd March 2019, Amritapuri Humanitarian and spiritual leader Sri Mata Amritanandamayi Devi was today awarded with an honorary Doctorate of Letters (D.Litt. Honoris Causa) by the University of Mysore. While the University convocation was held on 17th March 2019, the honorary doctorate was officially presented to Amma by the Vice Chancellor of the University of […]
There is a rhythm to everything in creation, an undeniable relationship between the entire universe and every living creature within it. The universe is like a vast interconnected network.
11-12 March, Kannur Brahmasthanam Festival, Kerala – Bharata Yatra 2019 After several weeks spent in the states of Karnataka, Andra Pradesh and Maharashtra, Amma finally made it back to Kerala and had her first program back in the north of the state in Kannur. Amma held two days of a Brahmasthanam festival there. From the […]
21 March, Holi Festival – Amritapuri Normally the festival of Holi takes place when Amma is traveling in the North of India as part of her annual Bharata Yatra. This year Holi took place just a few days after Amma returned to Amritapuri so all the residents in the ashram were fortunate to celebrate with […]
8-9 March, Mangaluru, Karnataka – Bharata Yatra 2019 After 3 weeks of slowly moving north, with the Mumbai programs finished, Amma and the tour group turned back and headed south. After driving 950km, over more than 24 hours, through the length of Maharashtra and Karnataka, the group arrived in Mangaluru for two day Brahmasthanam festival. […]
when I got hugged, I also cried…We know why we cry. All we want is to be accepted and that is what this embrace is.
I want to take part of you back with me, so that just like you, I too can do something for my motherland, for the nation and its people. Today I understood that the primary purpose of human life is to give.