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Sri Krishna Jayanthi celebrated at vvf

On 15th September 2014, Sri Krishna Jayanthi was celebrated at Anandadham (School is running by Vivekananda Kendra Vedic Vision Foundation) in a grand way, this year. Twenty three children participated.

Samarpan - Annual Report of Vedic Vision Foundation 2013-2014

As always it is a pleasure to look back on the year and offer our grateful thanks to all our trustees, members of the managing committee of Vivekananda Kendra and well wishers who are part of Vivekananda Kendra family at Kodungallur. May the most elevating vedic vision of our seers ever guide us in all that we do so that, our great Motherland regains her ancient glory and be seated as the Jagat Guru blessing the entire humanity.

The Time for Offering

This is the time. Our motherland was waiting for long.

We must hurry up, lest our chance is lost for ever? How long would she wait, this dear Motherland of ours for her children to wake up from the slumber from ignorance from their worthless dissipating pre occupations?

How long can she go abegging to feed her children? Others laugh at her, throw mud at her, call her mad. In a frenzy they tear her clothes apart. Yet, no curse, ever escapes her lips. She only smiles and hangs her head.

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.

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