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Eswarramma day celebrated

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GUWAHATI, May 7 - The Sri Sathya Sai Seva Samithi, Guwahati, celebrated Eswarramma day on May 6 with a day-long programme, stated a press release issued here on Tuesday.

In the morning, Astottara satanama was held at the Sri Sathya Sai Sadhana Nilayam situated at Jorpukhuri. In the evening, a cultural programme was organised at the Bhaskar Natya Mandir, Uzan Bazar, where children from different units of Bal Vikas centres of greater Guwahati presented various cultural items.

Bal Vikas gurus, parents and devotees, and a large number of people from various localities of Guwahati attended the programme.

The programme started with lighting of the lamp by Prabha Devi and Dilip Dutta along with chanting of Omkaram by Bal Vikas children. Hira Pegu spoke on the significance of Eswarramma day. Santwana Barua presented certificates to children who successfully completed nine years of Bal Vikas course. The programme ended with arati performed by Ruplekha Phukan and Anjana Bujarbaruah.

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Eswarramma day celebrated

GUWAHATI, May 7 - The Sri Sathya Sai Seva Samithi, Guwahati, celebrated Eswarramma day on May 6 with a day-long programme, stated a press release issued here on Tuesday.

In the morning, Astottara satanama was held at the Sri Sathya Sai Sadhana Nilayam situated at Jorpukhuri. In the evening, a cultural programme was organised at the Bhaskar Natya Mandir, Uzan Bazar, where children from different units of Bal Vikas centres of greater Guwahati presented various cultural items.

Bal Vikas gurus, parents and devotees, and a large number of people from various localities of Guwahati attended the programme.

The programme started with lighting of the lamp by Prabha Devi and Dilip Dutta along with chanting of Omkaram by Bal Vikas children. Hira Pegu spoke on the significance of Eswarramma day. Santwana Barua presented certificates to children who successfully completed nine years of Bal Vikas course. The programme ended with arati performed by Ruplekha Phukan and Anjana Bujarbaruah.