Current News: November 2019
Personalia: Revered President Mataji is keeping well at the headquarters.
Personalia: Revered Pravrajika Anandpranaji, Vice President of Sri Sarada Math and Ramakrishna Sarada Mission left for Varanasi on 15th October and returned to the headquarters on 1st November.
News from Headquarters
Sri Sri Lakshmi Puja was observed at the headquarters
On 13th October, Sri Sri Lakshmi Puja was observed duly at the headquarters.
Mother Kali was worshipped at the headquarters
Mother Kali was worshipped in the Image on 27th October. Many devotees came to the Math for the occasion.
Sri Sri Jagaddhatri Puja was observed at the headquarters
Devi Sri Sri Jagaddhatri was worshipped in the Image on 5 November. Many devotees came to the Math and took prasad on the day.
News from Branch Centres
Dr. Lakshmi Kumari of Vedic Vision foundation was visited Sri Sarada Girls’ Higher Secondary School of Sri Sarada Math, Thrissur.
Dr. Lakshmi Kumari of Vedic Vision foundation was the Chief Guest of the function held on 28th October, 2019 at Sri Sarada Girls’ Higher Secondary School of Sri Sarada Math, Thrissur. The programme started with the Welcome Address by Pravrajika Vimalaprana. Dr. Lakshmi Kumari gave an eloquent speech on Sister Nivedita before an audience of about 350. The students performed Yoga and Taekwonda. The programme ended with bhajans.
News from Abroad
Australia visit of Pravrajika Atandraprana, Assistant Secretary, Sri Sarada Math and Ramakrishna Sarada Mission
Pravrajika Atandraprana, Assistant Secretary, Sri Sarada Math and Ramakrishna Sarada Mission left for Sydney on 30th September and returned on 21st October. During her stay, she gave lectures, parlour talks, conducted guided meditation etc. at the Vedanta Hall, Sarada Tapovan and devotees’ houses. She also visited Adelaide for four days, where she gave parlour talks and conducted a half day retreat. Everywhere she was warmly welcomed and her lectures were well attended.
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