Kerala Sevadal are blessed!

Today, on this final evening of the month of January, Bhagawan arrived at 1850 hrs. in His car blessing the audience with His Divine Darshan.

Coming on to the dais after a full round, Bhagawan blessed some of the senior faculties of the Institute, tossing Vibhuti packets unto them, with interactions. Reading a prayer from Editor, Sanathana Sarathi, Telugu, Bhagawan continued with His blessing spree before adorning the dais, assuming His seat. In the meanwhile, outgoing Sevadal batch, both men and women, from Kerala was filing into the hall, that had an exclusive session in the Poornachandra Auditorium in the evening.

As bhajans continued, Bhagawan turned busy with devotees’ letters till He accepted Mangala Arathi at 1925 hrs. The session was far from over. Tossing a Vibhuti packet, Bhagawan beckoned one of the singers for a conversation that lasted for a few minutes; He continued with a couple of more boys. Bhagawan whispered, boys listened and responded and the packed audience in the backdrop of pin-drop silence, except for occasional coughings, sat enjoying the session thoroughly. The session came to an end with Bhagawan leaving the dais at 1940 hrs. to retire to Yajur Mandiram at 1945 hrs. Before leaving the dais Bhagawan raised both of His hands in ‘abhayahasta’, blessing the audience.

Earlier, in a fresh initiative that Prasanthi witnessed today, the outgoing batch of sevadals from the state of Kerala was blessed with an exclusive session in the Poornachandra Auditorium. The highlight of the session was Bhagawan’s physical presence towards the end of the session. Showing up at 1840 hrs., Bhagawan came down the ramp to take His seat on an elevated platform granting closer Darshan. After interacting with the State President of the Organisation, Bhagawan blessed three ladies from the group with interactions before blessing the entire group with Prasadam. Accepting Mangala Arathi, then Bhagawan left for the main darshan venue, Sai Kulwant Hall. Earlier, the session commenced at 1630 hrs. with an hour long video presentation on Bhagawan’s Advent.