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84th Birthday Celebrations

  • Model: 9392
  • Shipping Weight: 0.1kg
  • Manufactured by: Sri Sathya Sai Sadhana Trust Books and Publications Division,
    Country of origin:India

Rs.125.00

Bhagavan Sri Sathya Sai Baba's Birthday celebrations are always a Special Occasion in Prasanthi Nilayam. At Prasanthi Nilayam, the entire week is dotted with celebrations with one grander than the other, and to top it all comes Bhagavan's Birthday on 23rd November.

Long contingents of Band playing students from the Anantapur Campus, Primary School, the university brass band, Veda chanting preceded Bhagavan to the Kulwant Hall at 10.10 a.m.

The famous Carnatic musical artistes Malladi Brothers started their programme with the famous song, "Bhagavanudu Puttina Panduga, Paramasivudu Puttina Panduga, Jagadeeswari Sathya Sayeeyai, Jagadeeswari Mettina Panduga." Then followed the songs "Jagadanandakaraka", "Rama Nannu Brovara." They concluded with the song "Sai Nama Smaranam, Sai Nama Dhyanam."

Bhagawan then went to the Bhajan Hall of the Mandir and lovingly cut cakes brought by the staff and students of different educational and Ashram institutions.

In the evening Bhagavan came to Sai Kulwant Hall at 5.30 p.m. The first to perform was Dana Gillespie from the United Kingdom followed by Malladi Brothers from Vijayawada. Gillespie began her performance which was a mixture of her old and new songs. Gillespie was accompanied by students from the university. All her songs had an underlying spiritual meaning.

After receiving the blessings of Bhagavan, Malladi Brothers started with the song, "Ra Rama Intidaka Raghuveera Sukumara", one song followed the other in quick succession transporting everyone into a divine plane. Their songs had a perfect mix of Bhava, Raga and Tala. They ended their concert with a Mira Bhajan, "Bhaja Kesava Hari Nandalala Bhaja Giridhari Gopala."

Format: DVD
Type: DVD Box
Language: Not Applicable
Classification: Festivals
Weight: 100 gms

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