Sri Swamiji’s Satsangs in August – 2018

Sri Swamiji left from Chennai early in the morning on 31st July and reached Bangalore. Sukla Yajur Veda Gana Parayanam is taking place till 5th August at Sundara Anjaneya Swami Temple at Bangalore.

On 3rd August 2018 Sri Swamiji went to Srirangapatnam and had darshan of Sri Ranganatha Swamy. Swamiji went to Melakottai.But because of local conditions the temple was not open.

The finale for the Shukla Yajur Veda Parayanam came to a grand conclusion. All the vedic scholars were honoured and paadha prakshadanam was done to all of them.

6th August 2018

Sri Swamiji returned to Chennai

7th August 2018

On Ekadasi there was darshan for devotees at Madhurapuri ashram. Sri Swamiji performed thirumanjanam for Sri Premika Varadhan.

In the afternoon, Sri Swamiji left from Chennai to Thirupathi. Sri Swamiji stayed in Keezh Thirupathi till the evening of 9th August and on the way back He stopped by a village by name Narayana Vanam. This is the place where the Lord married Padmavati Thaayar. Sri Swamiji had darshan of Sri Kalyana Venkatesa Perumal.

In the occasion of ‘Aadi Puram’, there was a procession for Sri Andaal.

From there Sri Swamiji left to Nagallapuram and had darshan of Sri Veda Narayanan. This is a kshetra where the Lord is in His Matsya Avatar form.

Sri Swamiji returned to Chennai on the night of 9th August.

Sri Swamiji intended to go to Kerala for Ayurvedic treatment, but seeing the sufferings of people there, he chose to stay in Chennai.

13th August 2018

Sri Sri Anna graced the Aadi Pooram utsavam at Premika Bhavanam. Sri Sri Anna also did an upanyasam and blessed the bhaktas.

Sri Swamiji attended a bhajan Satsang at a private residence that evening.

15th August 2018

Sri Swamiji hoisted the National Flag on Independence Day and offered salutations to Bharat Mata along with bhaktas at Premika Bhavanam

16th August 2018

At the exact time when thirumanjanam took place at the Brahmotsav at Tirupati, Sri Swamiji performed thirumanjanam to Sri Premika Srinivasan at Premika Bhavanam Chennai with theertha from Sri Swami Pushkarini. Hundreds of bhaktas attended and got blessed.

17th August 2018 

Sri Swamiji left to Senganoor to attend the Kumbabishekam of Sri Pandurangan Temple.

18th August 2018

Akhanda Nama began at Senganoor for the Kumbabishekam at Sri Pandurangan Temple in the presence of Sri Sri Anna.

20th August 2018

The grand and festive Kumbabishekam took place in the Divine Presence of Sri Sri Anna. Hundreds of bhaktas attended the event and got blessings of Pandurangan and Sadguru.

Sri Swamiji returned to Chennai.

21st August 2018 

Sri Swamiji performed Govinda Pattabishekam at Premika Bhavanam, Chennai

22nd August 2018

Sri Swamiji blessed thousands of devotees with theertha prasad from thirumanjanam performed to Madhuri Saki Samedha Premika Varadhan on the auspicious day of Ekadasi.

Sri Swamiji started the Raja Gopuram kainkarya AG Krishna Samajam at Tambaram.

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  • prasad August 17, 2018, 5:05 pm

    sri swamijidarshan gves me great peace

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