Tag: Paris

  • MAM at the UN conference about Human Rights

    From September 3rd to 5th a conference was held at the UNESCO Headquarters in Paris to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights organized by the Department of Public Information (DPI) in co-operation with the Non-Governmental Organizations (NGO) community. Over 1,100 representatives from 65 countries attended this year’s Conference . A…

  • Amma in Paris

    Amma in Paris

    16-18 November 2007 Amma held three days of programmes in Paris. The Indian Ambassador to France, H.E. Mr. Ranjan Mathai, as well as the Mauritius Ambassador to France, H.E. Ms. Indira Thacoor-Sidaya both came to receive Amma’s blessings. Marc Vella, a famous French piano player, performed on stage for Amma.

  • Cinema Verite Honours Amma

    Cinema Verite Honours Amma

    A Saint, an Angel, a Person of Goodness:12 October 2007 — La Bastille, Paris, France “To introduce a saint is a big job, but to film an angel is something else entirely,” said Academy Award-nominee Sharon Stone upon presenting Amma with the ‘Prix Cinéma Vérité 2007’ Award in Paris. By “filming an angel,” Stone was…

  • All God’s children in Mother’s Lap

    All God’s children in Mother’s Lap

    All Saints’ Day in Paris1 November 2001, Paris Even before nine this morning the queue was long — it stretched for perhaps 200 metres from the entrance. Yet, at that same hour, the hall was already half-full. By Amma’s arrival time, the hall was full — and the queue just as long as it had…

  • Amma’s visit to Europe: Paris

    Amma’s visit to Europe: Paris

    1 November 2001, Paris Amma received by devotees as She arrives in the hall in Paris, France Amma leaving the hall after a long darshan in Paris.

  • Until 8 am in France

    28 – 30 October 2000, Paris, France Paris has traditionally been the site of the largest darshan programmes in Europe. Year 2000 is no exception. Many of the people who came to be with Amma each day were newcomers. The Holy Mother wanted to receive every single person and the morning programme could stretch on…