Parthi Yatra Offering by Khammam devotees

A contingent of devotees from the Telangana district of Khammam is on a Param Parvitra Parthi Yatra to sacrosanct Prasanthi Nilayam. On the joyous occasion today, Balvikas children along with Sai Youth from the district offered a ‘Music n’ Dance’ evening at the Sanctum Sanctorum in Prasanthi Nilayam.

The session commenced with an exhilarating speech by the district president of SSSSO, Sri Sudhakar, who delved on the ceaseless all-round activities by the Sai organization, highlighting on the indefinable beauty of Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai, Whose Prema Vahini is relentlessly flowing all around, blessing Khammam. The district president explained many of the salient initiatives in the district, touching lives many.

A series of colorful offering with dance and music combine ensued, composed of presentations by both the Balvikas and the Sai Youth.

A number to the tune of Adigathigo… by the Sai Youth singing glories galore touching the blessed land of Khammam first was followed by a number on the glory of Sri Sathya Sai Balvikas, Jaya Ho Balavikas…Jaya Ho Lokavikas…, a ‘tri-color’ dance offering by the district Balvikas. Sai Sai Sai Sai Sai Darshanam Sathya Sai Darshanam… a dance offering by the Balvikas children on the beauty of Nelakondapalli, the birthplace of Bhakta Ramdas, Chitravathi Nadipottuna Janminchina Swami…, on the glory of sacred river Chitravathi, Sai Sharanam Sathya Sai Darshanam, a thematic offering on the Beauty Beyond Compare Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai and Sri Sathya Sai Prasanthi Nilayam, followed to conclude with an exciting ‘Dandalu Dandalu Marajulu…’ exhorting one and all to join in serving Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai.

A heartfelt ‘whisper’ followed, expressing a deep sense of gratitude for Bhagawan, for His ceaseless blessing.

Seva Sumamala, a video offering from the archives of 1965-2020 next composed of a nutshell presentation on the various Sai activities in the district.

Bhajan continued and the session concluded with Mangala Arathi to Bhagawan.

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