Dr Medasani Mohan expounds Saraswati – Sai Principle…

Today, as the ongoing Prasanthi Vidwan Mahasabha entered into Day-5, this evening, erudite Sanskrit and Telugu scholar of repute from Andhra Pradesh, Dr Medasni Mohan delivered a scholarly talk on the topic, Saraswathi Tathwam – Sai Tathwam…Samanwayam… Uniformity Of  Saraswati And Sai Principle.

Beginning with reference to the greatness of Bharat, Dr Medasani dissected the term Bharat,  saying, the very name itself denotes that which confers Ananda. In a speech interlaced with Telugu and Sanskrit poetical beauty, Dr Medasani said, the land of Bharat shines forth with effulgence of spiritual wisdom nurtured by Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai.

Narrating stories from the Mahabharata, the speaker explained how one gets caught up in the illusory web; only with the grace of Goddess Saraswati, i.e, with the dawn of Spiritual Wisdom,  one gets freed from the vices of anger and greed, reminded the speaker. Epics Ramayana, Mahabharata and Bhagavata are wish-fulfilling trees, giving unlimited wisdom, only our intellect is limited, observed Dr Mohan. If alone Vedas are revered around the world today, it is only because of Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai said the speaker before a concluding reminder to the audience on the importance of dwelling in the ancient wisdom of India.

Dr Medasani Mohan is a Sahasravadhani, currently serving as the Director of Annamacharya Project run by the Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanam.

Bhagawan’s Divine discourse next, played on the public address system served as a reminder to the audience on the temporal nature of the illusory world around, barring no exception.  Man fails to get ‘Ananda’ owing to his delusion on the ephemeral, body and senses. What he looks for is not available in the world outside, reminded Bhagawan, adding that man is ‘Ananda Swarupa’ in reality.  One can find that permanent joy only in Atma, reminded Bhagawan.

Bhajans next ended with Mangala Arathi.

Earlier, the session commenced with Vedic incantation by the students of the Anantapur Campus Of SSSIHL.

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