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8 Dec 2015, Chennai In the wake of the colossal loss and damages due to the unprecedented rains in Chennai and parts of Tamil Nadu, MAM donated Rs.5 Crores towards the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund for relief and rehabilitation activities. On behalf of MAM, Swami Ramakrishnananda Puri met Dr J.Jayalalitha, Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu […]
Due to incessant heavy rain, many low-lying areas of the city of Chennai were inundated on the late night of 1st December. Water from the overflowing Adyar River submerged houses lying within a kilometer either side of the river, and floodwaters reached many other areas as well. Hundreds of thousands of people have been affected. […]
23 Nov 2015, Chennai Due to unusually heavy rainfall over the past few weeks, the Adyar River overflowed its banks, flooding thousands of houses in the Indian city of Chennai. Tens of thousands of people have been impacted by the flooding. In one of the hardest-hit areas — Choolaipallam, MGR Nagar, South Chennai — Led […]
September 2015, Japan Following more than a week of rains in early September, Tropical Storm Etau could not have hit eastern Japan at a worse time. On September 9th, Etau began to further inundate the already rain-soaked terrain north of Tokyo—dumping as much as 2 more feet (65 cm) of rain in 24 hours in […]
MAM has started the construction of houses for the victims of the major flooding that took place there in early October 2009.
In November 2008 Santa Catarina, one of the main States in Brazil, was flooded as never before due to very hard storms. The floods caused around 150 deaths and about 33,000 people had to leave their homes. A family of Amma’s devotees was in the tragedy location and they made a dramatic call to Sao […]
25 August 2006 — Surat, Gujarat Between August 17th and August 25th, brahmachari-doctors Ram Mohan and Chandrasekhar have seen to some 3,000 patients as part of the Ashram’s flood-relief work in Surat. Today, their work has concluded and they are returning to Amritapuri. During the past week they treated patients and distrubuted medicine in Rampura, […]
Victims in Mumbai 29 August 2005 — Mumbai, Maharashtra The Ashram has completed its relief work in Mumbai, where it has spent the past three weeks providing food, essential supplies and medical aid to victims of the monsoon-spawned flooding. Dr. Chandrasekhar, a brahmachari based at the Amrita Kripa Charitable Hospital in Amritapuri, was one of […]
It was supposed to be the monsoon. But it seemed more like the deluge. Four days of continuous rains that began on July 26th, 2005, flooded the state of Maharashtra. Mumbai, its capital city, was most badly affected. 94.4 cm of rain fell in Mumbai on a single day, the highest rainfall recorded not only […]