Burra Katha is a story-telling technique, a mythology art of Andhra Pradesh. It was in 2003, that Bhagawan Baba revived this art from blessing, guiding and encouraging HIS students with opportunities to present them at the Kulwant Hall, in HIS immediate presence.
This evening, Veda Chanting commenced at 1630 Hrs. At 1700 Hrs continuing the convention, the students from SSSIHL have offered the Sai Tatwa – “Deivam Manusha Rupena” ie., The Divine in Human Form. The presentation was well received by the audience at Kulwanth hall.
Bhagawan’s Golden Voice with a Bhajan “Hari Bhajan Bina….” was aired through the PA system, next.
Mangala Arathi at 1830 Hrs marked the end of today’s proceedings.