The noble volunteers of Brahmana Sabha organization prepared and distributed Deepavali bakshanams (sweets and savouries) for Veda Patashalas, Old Age homes and Temples last week in October 2019. The below update is from the team. The bakshanams were made and packed at Sankaralayam, Madras on 17th, 18th and 19th of October. The deepawali lehiyam (also … Continue reading Deepavali Treat for Veda Patashalas, Goshalas and Old Age Homes!
WOW! Vinodh Ganapathy reached out to me with the following request: For this Deepavali, as part of Veda Rakshanam Sustenance of Vedas and with blessings of Kanchi Mahaperiyava, Sri Veda Moorthy Chandrashekarendra Saraswathi Charitable Trust wishes to extend their support to 50 Veda Patashalas across Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Maharashtra and Andhra Pradesh. Apart from offering … Continue reading Deepavali Service planned for 50 Veda Patashalas!
Sri Veda Moorthy Chandrasekaran Saraswathi Charitable Trust in Bangalore are distributing Deepavali bakshanams Sweets and Savouries and new clothes for Veda Patashala children and teachers in approximately 38 Veda Patashalas in Bangalore this year 2018. The trustees are Radhakrishnan, Kamal Narayanan, Sabari Girish, Anjana Girish and Vinodh Ganapathy and it is their collective, noble effort. The … Continue reading It is Deepavali only when Veda Patashala children Smile!
Kanchi Shankaracharayas Their Holinesses Jayendra Saraswati Swamigal (Pudhu Periyava) and Shankara Vijayendra Saraswati Swamigal (Bala Periyava) are seen ringing in Deepavali during the early hours of October 18th, 2017 from Kanchi Matam. Thanks a ton to Shri Vanjari Shankar for the new, beautiful pictures. Happy Deepavali 2017 to Everyone!
The significance of celebrating Deepavali! ==================================== Narakasuran's mother was desolate at the death of her son in the hands of Lord Krishna. "Yes, I am grieving at the loss of my son. Despite this, I want the people of the world to be always happy and no sadness should befall them", prayed she. "Only this … Continue reading The Three Snanams on Deepavali day!