After yesterday's Kuchipudi presentation, this evening the visiting Parthi Yatra contingent from Visakhapatnam district presented a Dance Drama entitled "Seva Sainyam Kadilindi" here in Prashanthi Nilayam.
The drama was based on a real incident during the Walk For Human Values campaign organised by the Sai Youth of the district.
Portraying the story of Vinay, a poor village youth, who was benefited by the Ujjwal Jeevan Project of Sri Sathya Sai Seva Organisations, providing free computer training to hapless downtrodden children, that helped him to earn a job only to start his Sai campaign enrolling as a Sai Youth.
The story then shifts to the tribal village of Anantagiri where the tribals were facing the wrath of nature in the form of drought, scarcity for drinking water. Despite all oddities, against all scientific calculations and geological predictions, by sheer faith in Baba's own words, the Sai Youth finally brings water into the tribal land, only to herald to the world and the scientific community that Baba's Love can be experienced not by scientific knowledge but by a surrender full of Love.
Despite all oddities and scientific predictions in negative language, condemning Baba and faith reposed in Him...when a 50 ft well was dug, there was absolutely no trace of water... The Youth and the villagers were not ready to give up as there one and only motivation was Baba and His Love. The aboriginal class of Jalipadu village along with the Sai Youth fervently prayed to Baba, with complete surrender and to their utter surprise, sheer joy, a perennial spring emerged in the wall from a blasted street rock, providing perennial water supply into the district. The whole village danced in sheer joy thanking Baba for His benevolence.
The drama was well interspersed with dance and songs sequences illustrating the glory of Beloved Baba.