The Andhra Pradesh-Telegana States Parthi Yatra culminated this evening with a pleasant 'magical' surprise. Singer Sai Ram Iyer from Mumbai, an artist with an unusual blessing, who possesses an incredibly matching dual tone, made it to the artist's dais evening, fulfilling his long-cherished dream of singing for Bhagawan, in His 'immediate' Divine Presence. Sri Sai Ram Iyer has been under the Sai Fold right from his childhood, a Balvikas student first then an active Sai Youth, from Mumbai.
God Is All… the bestower of talent and talent itself. When one relies on Him, surrendering, leaving no trace of doer-ship, He does it with His touch, in His style. This evening when singer Sai Ram took the mike, he literally left the Prasanthi audience spellbound, singing with his ‘extra-rich’ dual tones. Rightly, Sai Ram Iyer dedicates it to Bhagawan’s pure grace.
Sai Ram Iyer began with “Janaki Jane…”, a Rama devotional with a Carnatic touch. He then continued with a duet, a Mira Bhajan, “Ram Ka Gun Gaan Kariye…” with his much appreciated tonal variations followed by his next pick, a scintillating “Sathyam Sivam Sundaram…”. The spellbound audience with raised brows sat in disbelief, breaking into raptures.
Following numbers include “Shyam Tere Bansi…”, a Mira Bhajan, “Iss Dharthi Pe…”, “Sai Nath Therey Hasaron Haath…”, “Saavariya…”, “Adhivo Alladhivo Prasanthi Nilayamu…” to end with a stimulating “Narayan Narayan…” bhajan of Lord Viththala.
Earlier, the session commenced with a speech by the State President of SSSSO – AP & TS Sri S G Chalam. Offering gratitude at Bhagawan’s Lotus Feet for His perennial blessings, the State President explained the various ongoing service activities in the twin States.
Five diploma holders of the RVTC, Rural Vocational Training Centre at CH – Pothepalli, West Godavari district were distributed Electrical Kits this evening, under the welfare scheme of the Organizations..
Bhajans next ended with Mangala Arathi at 1830 hrs.