Visakhapatnam Parthi Yatra…

As part of a 3-day Parthi Yatra, Sri Sathya Sai Seva Organisations – Visakhapatnam organized a cultural evening here in Prasanthi Nilayam today.

The programme commenced at 1700 hrs. with a solo Kuchipudi dance programme by Kum Nemani Sai Gargi.  Kum Sai Gargi is a blossoming artist, who had the great good fortune of presenting her talent at Bhagawan’s Lotus Feet in Shirdi three weeks ago. Sai Gargi currently is a 10th class student in British International School, Lagos, Nigeria.

Presenting a professional presentation the budding artist danced to the tune of a Muthiaiah Bhagavatar composition, Sarasamukhi, in Ragam Kedara Goula & Gowda Malahari, in Roopaka Taalam, presenting her first solo. Next to come was Aalokaye, composed by Sri Balakrishnam in Ragam Jamjuthi Adi Taalam. Both the compositions were choreographed by Guru Kala Ratna Smt AB Bala Kondala Rao, under whose tutelage the young artist has honed her skills. The talented yonng girls infused much energy, displaying great confidence, into her evening show presenting a rich range of depth of expressions, representing various bhavas, receing applause from the audience.

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Next to come was a musical programme, Sathya Sai Sangeeta Sudha, offering a bouquet of devotionals sung in Telugu and Hindi. Some of the numbers were, Sai Saranam Baba Saranam Saranam…O Paalan Haare…, Sai Deva..Sai Deva…Sathya Deep Mein Sai…Dharmakshetra Mein Ram…etc…

Even as bhajans continued all the artistes were felicitated and Prasadam was distributed. Mangala Arathi was offered at 1840 hrs.

Devotees from the district are on a three-day Parthi Yatra, from 31 August until 2 September. Several hundreds of devotees are participating in the three-day Parthi Yatra.

II Samastha Lokah Sukhino Bhavantu II