Gratitude Offering and Musical Presentation…

Offering heartfelt gratitude to Bhagawan, a group of over 700, all Cardiac operated patients, assembled in the Sai Kulwant Hall this evening on the second day of the ongoing Onam 2012 celebrations here in Prasanthi Nilayam.

The programme was organised by the Sri Sathya Sai Rehabilitation Programme that runs a post operative care mission for all the Cardiac operated patients from Kerala, operated at Bhagawan’s twin Super Speciality Hospitals, at Prasanthigram and Whitefield.

Speaking on the occasion Project in-charge Dr. Anand Mohan, divulged detailing the evolution of the project that had its inception in the year 2009, touching and healing many hearts.

Two members from the group also shared their heartfelt gratitude, speaking in their vernacular Malayalam. Ms. Sarala, hailing from Kuthuparamba in Kannur District narrated how, from a hapless situation, her life has taken a turn, with Bhagawan’s protecting hands saving her life, taking care of all her needs. She paused for a while, offering grater gratitude, calling Bhagawan Her God Almighty.

Mr. Sebastian, who spoke next, also from Kannur District, narrated his tale of His ‘Saving Grace’ that arrived at the quickest fashion, all by His Divine Grace. Mr. Sebastian also narrated a ‘miracle’ that happened this very morning, wherein his brother’s little child, who was detected with a hole in her heart, was found absolutely perfect when checked in to the Super Speciality Hospital at Prasanthigram.

The Gratitude Offering was followed by a Carnatic Musical offering by accomplished singer Sri Yogeshwar Sarma. Serenading Beloved Bhagawan for almost an hour, the accomplished artiste produced many gems from the compositions of past masters, winding up with a couple of Malayalam compositions.

Tomorrow, being Thiruvonam, devotees from the state would take out a huge procession, Maha Nagarasankitan, showcasing rich cultural heritage of the state. The procession would begin at the Hanuman Mandir junction at 10:30 hrs.

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