Heart Valve Bank, UK Offers Musical Salutations…

Devotees from the UK, belonging to the Heart Valve Bank, offered a special Musical Offering this evening here in Prasanthi Nilayam.  Roopa Panesar, one of the leading names in the Indian Musical scene in the UK,  who had her stints in the Divine Presence over the last week, showed up once again with her soulful and unique style of playing Sitar enthralling the festive assembly of devotees for over 45 minutes. Beginning with a solo, the accomplished artiste continued the show with some of the famous ‘Prasanthi’ tunes, Hara Shiva Shankara Sambha Sadaa Shiva…, Shankara Shiva Shankara…, Bolo Bolo Sab Mil Bolo Aum Nama Shivaya.. etc., ending up inciting the audience to a rapturous applause in appreciation.  After the Sitar offering, Youth from the UK continued with a medley of fast bhajans, singing with devotional exhuberance. Bhajans by students continued and the session concluded at 1815 hrs. with Managala Arathi.

At the end of the presentation, the artiste along with accompanists and other youth were felicitated and Prasadam was distributed to the entire assembly of devotees.

Heart Valve Bank is the result of direct Divine inspiration from Bhagawan, responding to His call for Medicare in society, serving humanity. The Bank aims to save lives by bringing free health care to the poor without any discrimination of caste, colour or creed following Bhagawan’s ideals.

Dasara Jnana Saptaha Yajna, seven day ritual coinciding the Dasara festivity, will commence tomorrow in the Poornachandra Auditorium  to culminate with Poornahuthi on Vijayadashami day, 24 October. During the week, there will be special evening sessions of Prasanthi Vidwan Mahasabha, involving speeches and cultural programmes.

Today, on the second day of Sri Sathya Sai Grama Seva 2012, the following villages of the Bukkapatnam mandal were served: Tharaguvandlapalli, Dhupampalli, Kottalapalli, Buchaiahgaripalli, Kadapanagepalli, Nallaguttapalli, Chinnaboyanipalli, Chendrayanipalli, Kasaba Tanda, Siddarampuram, Lingappagaripalli, Gunipalli, Rasimpalli, Rasimpalli Tanda, Bitriguntapalli, Kothkota, Yarlampalli and Agraharam.

II Samasta Lokah Sukhino Bhavantu II