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Vasantha Pravachanamrutham 2019

Vasantha Pravachanamrutam 2019

Glory to Hanumanji, the blessed devotee of Lord Rama, the mighty hero, and undaunted warrior.

"With the objective of preserving and promoting our rich Indian culture and heritage, Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Tirupati Kendra organized ‘Vasantha Pravachan Amrutham' for a week from 15th Apirl, 2019 to 21st Apirl,2019 at Sri Ramakrishna Mission Ashram Premises. The discourse on the glory of Lord Hanuman and his devotion for Lord Rama.

"If one takes a closer look at the alchemy of the eminent speaker and renowned scholar, Dr Akela Vibheeshana Sharma garu, two distinct virtues pop up, besides perseverance and hard work. These are his pioneering spirit and willingness. No doubt was awarded with various titles like, Pravachana Siromani and Vyakyana Rajahamsa.

"The day's guest was introduced to the gathering by Dr. Alladi Mohan garu, Vice Principal, Sri Padmavathi Womens' Medical College, Tirupati who in his welcome address, entreated the audience to take the essence of the discourse and follow them in their daily life.

"Dr.N.Satyanarayana Raju garu, Hon. Director and Treasurer, Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Tirupati Kendra, in his address during the inaugural function of the seven day spiritual discourse expressed how these programmes are aimed to conserve our Indian culture. He extended his welcome to the public of Tirupati, who have been showing interest in attending such programmes. He also appreciated Dr. Akella Vibheeshana Sharma garu in propagating the culture.

"Speaking on the occasion, Swami Anupamanandaji, Secretary, Sri Ramakrishna Mission Ashram,Tirupati, briefed the audience about how Swami Vivekananda followed the footsteps of Lord Hanuman, in his devotion for Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa.

"The speaker of the seven day spiritual discourse, Dr Vibheeshana Sharma garu expressed happiness on how Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan organise and conduct programs to instill spirituality, building itself as an abode Goddess Saraswati and transmit the Indian culture to the future generations. He also emphasizing the importance of Vedic university to preserve and propagate our heritage.

"The elite speaker enlightened how the Indian epic poem, the Ramayana attains its eternal bliss with the entry of Lord Hanuman, one of the central character and the devotee of Rama. The qualities of Hanuman - his strength, courage, wisdom and devotion to Rama were quoted with examples by the speaker. He also highlighted Lord Hanuman as an excellent ambassador, and the minister of Sugreev, the Vanar King of Kishkinda.The respectable speaker kept the audience in a magic charm with his exceptional speech.

"The 7-day spiritual discourse, by the eminent speaker Dr. AKela Vibheeshana Sharma garu on the glory of Lord Hanuman, on the Iines of Sri Hanumad Vaibhavam came to a grand close on 21st April 2019 at Sri Ramkrishna Mission Ashram premises, Tirupati.

"The event commenced with the divine chanting of 'Hanuman Chalisa' by the Bhavan's staff which stirred the souls of the devout audience. On this occasion Samudrala Lakshmaiah garu applauded Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan for its sincere efforts in organizing a series of spiritual discourses. He blessed Dr. Akela Vibheeshana Sharma garu and bestowed him with 7 volumes of ‘The Ramayana’ new published by Tirupati Tirumala Devasthanams, Tirupati.

"Speaking on the occasion, Dr. N Satyanarayana Raju garu, Hon. Director and Treasurer, Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan's Tirupati Kendra states that Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan is striving its best to upkeep the objectives towards preserving the Indian culture.

"Dr. Mukteswara Rao garu, Director, SWETA Tripathi was in all praise for the speaker for his vivid discourse. As a part of the felicitations, Dr. Akela Vibheeshana Sharma zero was honoured by Dr MutheswaraRao zaru, Dr. N Satyanarayana Raju garu, Hon. Director and Treasurer Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan's Tirupati Kendra, P.V. Krishna Reddy garu, Executive Vice Chairman Bhavan's Tirupati Kendra, Swami Anupamanandaji and other committee members of Bhavan's in the midst of staff and Tirupati denizens.