Wish you all a very merry Christmas!!! 🙂
Kshama reciting the story of the witty old woman, who escaped the man-eater by hiding in a pumpkin, to Samarth. We, and scores of generations before us, have grown up listening to these wonderful folk/fairy tales from our mothers and grandmothers.
A visual representation of the above story can be enjoyed here (Chal Re Bhoplya Tunuk Tunuk).
…and a quick trip to Lowes confirmed this fact.
Shirdi Sai Baba used to encourage local artistic talent during His stay at Shirdi. Along with Hari Bhajan and Kirtan there used be dance and singing performances by the local artists and this was much enjoyed by Baba.
In keeping with the same spirit the Sai Temple at Livonia, Michigan organizes ‘Sai Durbaar’ on the third Sunday of every month during which there are live performances by budding artists and artistic groups. These performance are not only entertaining and help in boosting confidence in the young but also helpful in keeping the Indian cultural fabric vibrant. Ironically and unfortunately this very fabric is fast fraying and losing it’s vivaciousness in India.
The photo essay below tries to capture the spirit of the surmayee and entertaining evening which we attended on 19th Feb 2017.