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“Karthik Poornima” on 28th November 2012 at our Balaji Mandir, Vasai Road

Submitted by on November 29, 2012 – 10:27 AMNo Comment

“Karthik Poornima” / “Karthik Punnav” was celebrated at our Balaji Mandir, Vasai Road, on Wednesday 28th November 2012. The program started with Bhajan from 7 PM to 8:30 PM. Mahaaratri was performed under only the natural lights of Ponnatees & Divvlis (Diyas), where all the electrical lights were swithed off to enable the “Vishwaroopa Darshan” of Lord Sri. Venkataramana, it was a Devine Experience which was enjoyed by everyone. The garbhagudi was beautifully decorated by Sri Vinayak Pai, Sri Kandloor Vijayendra & Vedamoorthy Sri Sripati Bhat. The proceedings of the function was lead by Vedamoorthy Giridhar Bhat and Vedamoorthy Sripati Bhat.

There was Bhajan by our very own Shree Venkataramana Bhajana Mandali from 7 – 8:30 PM lead by Sri Ganesh Pai, which was followed by Maha Aarati immediately after that there was “Teertha Prasad” vitharana.

The programme ended with “Anna Santarpana” at our “Jai Amma Annapoorna Hall” a regular seva by Sevadars, Sri. Hosamata Manohar Shenoy & Family and Sri. Manjeshwar Vivekanand Bhaktha & Family.

Absence of Sri. Purushotham Shenoy and Sri Devendra Bhakta was greatly felt as it created a huge vaccuum. Inspite of their absence we were guided by both of them so perfectly that the programme ended successfully without any problems. It displays the great leadership qualities they carry.
Thank you Purushothamanna and Devendranna for your guidance and leading us.
Beautiful decoration of the mantap was a seva, in the form of “Phulla seva” by Sri. N Vijayanand Shenoy. Also would like to thank Sri Karthiknarayan Pai in assisting to capture the event.

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