Amma graced the World Hindu Congress with her presence. The quadrennial event, brings together over 2400 delegates from more than 60 countries.
Beyond the talents displayed, what stood out most was the evident love and care the students had for each other. Their bond was a testament to the nurturing environment provided by their school and teachers.
Once that inner light ignites, even the hearing impaired can hear, the vision impaired can see. With this external lamp, you need to bring that light within.
One-year-long Bhagavad Gita Jnana Yaga (700 speakers in 10 languages, from 25 countries, age 8-84, 31 Sannyasis, 311 Brahmacharis, 160 Internationals, 32 kids) concluded
This diverse gathering saw participation from devotees representing all 28 states of India, as well as 69 other countries – a testament to the inclusivity and global reach of Amma’s teachings.
K.S. Radhakrishnan honored with 2023 Amrita Keerti-Puraskara for his exceptional lifetime contributions to Vedic philosophy and culture.
Srivaraham Chandrasekharan honored with 2022 Amrita Keerti-Puraskara for his exceptional lifetime contributions to Vedic philosophy and culture.
Acharyasri M.R. Rajesh honored with 2021 Amrita Keerti-Puraskara for exceptional lifetime contributions to Vedic philosophy and culture
Dr. S.L. Bhyrappa honored with 2020 Amrita Keerti-Puraskara for lifelong contributions to literature.
During Amritavarsham 70, Amma conducts free mass marriages for couples facing financial challenges.