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Guru purnima Celebration at Vedic Vision Foundation

10557191_272832202919843_2484462546525008228_nOn the auspicious occasion of Gurupoornima, a day long programme was arranged at Aandadham. Ganapathi Homam and Sri Chakra Puja were conducted in the Dakshina auditorium of Anandadham in the early morning. At 10 a.m.

Yagna Varaha Modi

From Bhagavata comes the story of Mahavishnu’s annihilation of the demon Hiranyakasha, brother of Hiranyakaspu. He carried the mother earth to the boom of ocean and challenged Vishnu to fight him and reclaim her. Mahavishnu came out of the nostrils of Brahma as a tiny little boar which soon grew into a gigantic form of Yagna Varaha dived to the depths of the ocean, killed the demon, reclaimed her and established her in all her pristine glory.

Vishwabhanu - February 2014 - March - 2014

World civilization is standing at crossroads. Man has lost his ability and willpower to dis-criminate between good and bad. As a result he is enhancing his tendency to drag down the ‘good’ and trample it under his feet. The latest expression of this is the way the media are trying to dishonor and dis- credit Pujya Amritananda Mayi Devi.

Vishwabhanu October - November 2013 Report

Swami Vivekananda used this expression to capture the imagination of his western audi-ence and he introduced them to a new taste of freedom hitherto unknown to them and here is a mischievous twist to Swamiji's message.

Universal Brotherhood Day Celebration at VKVVF

vvfubdayOn 3rd September forenoon, there was a Painting Competition for the students of classes V to VII. Students from 6schools took part. On the same day, in the afternoon was arranged a narration competition for the VIth and VII th classes.Topic was ‘narration of any incident’ from Swamiji’s life. Students from 9 schools took part.

Sri Krishna Janmasthami Celebration at VVF

janmastamiSri Krishna Jayanthi was celebrated at Anandadham on 28thAugust. For all the Keralites it is ‘Asthami Rohini Day’. Throughout Kerala this day is celebrated with Sobha Yatras of small children dressed as Sri Krishnas. All the parents would like to see their wards dressed as Sri Krishna or Gopikas or various characters of the Bhagavata Maha Puran.

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