The Namasmaran Movement Continues...in Goa
Maharashtra & Goa have always been leaders in Bhagwan’s mission. Bhagwan in His infinite compassion gifted the people of these states with Dharmakshetra, the holiest spiritual center that Bhagwan Himself ranked on par with Badrinath. It is therefore in the fitness of things, that soon after the celebrations and deliberations at Prashanti Nilayam during the 80th Year of Advent, the Sri Sathya Sai Seva Organisation, Maharashtra & Goa, is hosting a state-level conference at Goa on Jan 21 and 22, 2006, to carry forward the spirit of Prema and Seva.
Office bearers ( District presidents, samithi convenors, state co-ordinators, activity in-charges) and many other sevaks from all over Maharashtra & Goa will be participating in this 2-day programme.
Shri V. Srinivasan, All-India President of SSSO, will preside over the function.
The Goa samithi is planning to host a Cultural programme on the lines of the Namasmarana Programme held at Andheri Sports Complex Mumbai, on Jan 29th, 2005, where almost 30,000 people had attended. This grand show was attended by some of the prominent people - the Governor of Maharashtra, His Excellency. Shri S M Krishna, Shri Jayant Patil - Minister for Finance Government of Maharashtra, Shri Ashok Chavan - Industry Minister Government of Maharashtra, Ms Shailaja Patil, Shri D Y Patil Vice Chancellor of D Y Patil Deemed University, Shri Gokul a trust member, and The Little Master - Cricketer - Shri Sunil Gavaskar - India's best- ever opening batsman. Scintillating music contributed by Pandit Shiv Kumar Sharma on his santoor, bhajans by Begum Parween Sultana, Suchri Sadhana Sargam, Suchri Richa Sharma, Smt Padmaja Phenany-Joglekar, Shri Suresh Wadkar, Smt Kavita Krishnamurti and Shri Anup Jalota on that day left a very deep impact on the audience.
Reputed artistes are expected to participate in this programme. The open-to-public programme is expected to attract at least 10-15,000 guests from all over Goa.
Boarding and Lodging has been arranged at Shri Mangeshi Hall, adjacent to the magnificient Mangeshi temple for the office bearers and sevaks from Maharashtra and Goa.