Dr. Dwaram Lakshmi exalts Divine Mother

“I am installed where ever My Glory is sung”, is a time tested declaration of Bhagawan and which has been experienced by His devotees across the world. With that theme in mind, Dr. Dwaram Lakshmi accompanied by some of the alumni from the Sri Sathya Sai Mirpuri College of Music enthralled the audience with classical songs in various languages. The highlight of the programme were the special aalaps on Mother Easwaramma and Buddha Purnima specifically composed for the occasion by Sri Prakash Rao.

The performers where honoured with clothes and special gifts with Bhagawan’s blessings. On this holy occasion of Easwaramma Day, a recording of Bhagawan’s divine discourse was played in the hall where in He questions the youth as to how many are providing their mothers, who are verily their first God, with the love and respect they deserve.Speaking on the principle of Reaction, Reflection and Resound, Bhagawan reminded us to watch our thoughts, words and actions. Bhagawan recounted the spirit of sacrifice and discipline in the personality of Mother Easwaramma with examples from a few incidents during the Summer Course in Brindavan. Inspiring us all to follow the twin doctrines of Selfless Service and Naam Smarana or chanting of the Lord’s Matchless Name, Bhagawan concluded His discourse with the Bhajan, ‘Hari Bhajana Bina Sukha Shanti Nahin…’

Today also marked the conclusion of the three day conference of the Sri Sathya Sai Vidya Vahini Project. The delegates of the conference offered their gratitude at the Sanctum Sanctorum even as the Bhajans were going on. Prasadam was distributed to the assembly.

Devotees from Zones 4 and 5 of the Sri Sathya Sai International Organisation which includes China PRC, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Taiwan ROC, Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam and Sri Lanka will celebrate Buddha Purnima in the Divine Presence on May 7th and 8th at Prasanthi Nilayam