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3 thoughts on “SingaSpeaks – Roar 15”
Om Namo Bhagavate Ramakrishnaya
Revered and dear Maharaj,
Please accept my pranam.
I am overjoyed to learn about the forthcoming programmes ‘Bhajan Sandhya‘ and Spiritual Retreat in Singapore and the participation of Revered Swami Sarvaganandaji. Your beautiful introduction perfectly matches his mellifluous voice (as aptly described by you). I wish I were in Singapore.
I am one of the countless and staunch admirers/fans (in Tamil ‘visiri) of Revered Swami Sarvaganandaji. I am unable to express my intense joy which I experience whenever I listen to his songs/hymns. He had once come to participate in a spiritual retreat here at Hyderabad way back in late nineties and I was fortunate to listen to his soul filling bhajans. Subsequently afterwards, I started buying his cassettes starting with aratrikam, Ram Nam, Ramakrishna/Sarada/Vivekananda Vandana and Kathamrita songs and a host of others. Now the same are available in CDs and can be procured from Advaita Ashrama.
It is a blissful experience to listen to his rendering of songs such as ‘arupa sayare’, ‘Dharanir bara’, ‘kere padma palasa lochana‘ etc. These songs evoke the scenes of going to an ecstasy of Rakhal Maharaj, Mahapurush Maharaj, Swami Abhedanandaji et al.
Recently, the CDs such as ‘O Duti Charana Saar’, ‘Dehi Pada Tarani‘ are superb. The favourite song of Swami Yatiswaranandaji ‘Natho tumi sarvasva amar‘ so movingly rendered by Swami Sarvaganandaji would move even a stone.
Since the songs contain many simple Sanskrit words, one is able to understand them without much difficulty. It is really a wonder how he shifts his Bengali accent to that in typical South Indian accent while rendering Sanskrit hymns.
Modern Technology enables the devotees of the Holy Trio to enjoy the bhajans and talks of learned Swamis of the Order all over the world and live in His remembrance and derive immeasurable spiritual benefits. It is really a boon. May I request if possible, kindly record both the programmes and upload them in channels like YouTube.
Please convey my humble pranam to Swami Sarvaganandaji, Swami Supriyanandaji, Swami Satyalokanandaji and all other monks of the Singapore ashrama.
With pranam once again,
T S Sitaraman
Such a beautiful flyer Swamiji…so complete in words and picture…
My heart expands!
||Aum Sri Ramakrishna sharanam||
Thanks for your kind words!
Preparation of Flyers is not an easy job! The whole design has to be conceived mentally first and make the different elements occupy different spots in the blank sheet. Our IT volunteers use Apple Pages Application which seems to be not exactly a layout programme like MS Publisher etc. in the market. So, within the given constraints, if the layout of the Flyer is pleasing, I should say you have discerning eyes!
May Sri Ramakrishna bless you!