The Veda Chanting commenced at 1630 hrs today in the evening.
At 1700 Hrs the Balavikas children of Assam presented three songs, composed by Dr Bhupen Hazarika as Dance dramas at the Divine Lotus Feet, at Sai Kulwanth hall, Prasanthi Nilayam.
Late Dr Bhupen Hazarika, Padma Vibushan and Dadasaheb Phalke Awardee, expressed his abiding concern for the downtrodden and the distressed through various epic songs.
As Bhagawan Baba emphasized always, one of the greatest Gods’ gifts to human being is Time; the precious time, if frittered away, will never come back. The moral of the first song on TIME, emphasized the need to control the wandering monkey mind and to direct it for constructive usages.
The second song highlights the plight of the unfortunate people distressed as the victims of Nature’s fury year after year. Swamy wants us to sympathize with such affected and rush to their help. The song intends to arouse our consciousness for the hardships for the River bank dwellers.
The symbol of Aristocracy in those days was to employ the poor people to carry the rich ones by Palanquins (alias Dola). The third song continues to exhibit the ethics to develop empathy for the exploited and to stimulate our feeling for the poor, as per the teachings of our Divine Master.
The children of Assam and Choreographers have walked extra miles on this second day of their Parthi Yathra to portray the above messages of Bhagawan Baba, which was commended by the assembly of devotees at Sai Kulwanth hall.
Bhajans continued next while Prasadam was distributed to everyone.
Mangala Arati at 1810 Hrs marked the proceedings of the day.
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