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Amritanandamayi Devi, known throughout the world simply as Amma. - Indira Srivatsa, Editor. ______________________

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கலா சார : த ம ழா.

Discover Pillaipakkam which is a

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Indian Calendar - SEPTEMBER, 2017. List of National Festivals & Holidays of India

02, Saturday, September 2017 Bakrid 04, Monday, September, 2017 Onam 29, Friday, September, 2017 Ayudha Puja, Saraswati Puja 30, Saturday, September, 2017 Vijayadashami

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AMMA (SRI MATA AMRITANANDAMAYI DEVI)

AMMA (Sri Mata Amritanandamayi Devi) FOUNDER, Embracing the World               Mata Amritanandamayi Math                 Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences  CHANCELLOR, Amrita University

Singapore, Malaysia, Canada, Africa and South America. In her talks, she offers words of wisdom and guidance on both personal fulfillment as well as the most pressing matters of our time.

From climate change to terrorism, cross-cultural tensions to poverty and women’s rights, Amma’s Spiritual leader, humanitarian and visionary Sri Mata observations invite each of us to get involved in Amritanandamayi Devi, known throughout the world the process of rebuilding a concerned and caring simply as Amma, has served the world-community society. for decades, imparting wisdom, strength and inspiration. Through her extraordinary acts of love, To this day, Amma concludes her programs by inner strength and self-sacrifice, Amma has embracing each person attending the event. Far endeared herself to millions and inspired thousands from a brief book-signing or walk along the rope to follow in her path of selfless service. line, these personal, one-on-one meetings take up the vast majority of Amma’s time. Amma has given Truly a citizen of the world, Amma holds free public this motherly embrace, known as her darshan, to programs throughout India, Europe, the United more than 34 million people throughout the world. States and Australia, as well Japan, Sri Lanka, She has been known to give darshan for more than

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community, and in the world beyond it.

The most personally accessible spiritual leader alive today, Amma may well be on a first-name basis with more people than anyone else in the world.

Where Mata Amritanandamayi encountered people in need, she brought them food and clothing from her own home. She was undeterred by the scolding and punishment she received from her family for doing so. She also began to spontaneously embrace people to comfort them in their sorrow. Responding to her affectionate care, they began to call her Amma (Mother).

When people pour out their hearts to Amma, she offers them emotional solace, spiritual guidance, and concrete solutions to their problems. Receiving Amma’s embrace, many feel inspired to offer selfless service to those in need. In this way, this simple yet powerful act - a mother’s embrace - has become both catalyst and symbol for the growing international network of humanitarian initiatives that is Embracing the World. HOW IT BEGAN Mata Amritanandamayi was born in a remote coastal village in Kerala, South India in 1953. Even as a small girl, she drew attention with the many hours she spent in deep meditation on the seashore. She also composed devotional songs and could often be seen singing to the divine with heartfelt emotion. Despite her tender age, her compositions revealed remarkable depth and wisdom. When she was nine years old, her mother became ill, and Mata Amritanandamayi was withdrawn from school in order to help with household tasks and the care of her seven siblings. As she went door-todoor gathering food scraps from neighbours for her family’s cows, she was confronted with the intense poverty and suffering that existed in her

Amma was deeply affected by the profound suffering she witnessed. According to Hinduism, the suffering of the individual is due to his or her own karma — the results of actions performed in the past. Amma accepted this concept, but she refused to accept it as a justification for inaction. Amma contemplated the principle of karma until she revealed an even more profound truth, asking a question she continues to ask each of us today. “If it is one man’s karma to suffer, isn’t it our dharma (duty) to help ease his suffering and pain?” With this simple yet profound conviction — that each of us has a responsibility to lend a helping hand to those less fortunate — Amma moved forward with confidence in her life of service and compassionate care for all beings, uniquely expressed by the motherly embrace she offers to all who seek solace in her arms. In Amma’s community, however, it was not permissible for a 14-year-old girl to touch others, especially men. Amma explains, "In India, women are expected to remain in the background. It is said that 'Even the walls should not hear them.' My family could not understand my way of reaching out to people; they had no idea of the spiritual principles." But despite adverse reactions, Amma

"AMMA IS ADDRESSING THE ISSUES THAT ARE RELEVANT FOR THE 21st CENTURY. WHAT THE GOVERNMENT HAS TO DO, AMMA IS DOING." - Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi on the occasion of Amma’s 60th birthday celebrations, in which the Hon. Prime Minister inaugurated a broad array of innovative, humanitarian-oriented products from the research division of Amrita University.

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AMMA (SRI MATA AMRITANANDAMAYI DEVI) followed her heart, later explaining, “A continuous stream of love flows from me to all of creation. This is my inborn nature. The duty of a doctor is to treat patients. In the same way, my duty is to console those who are suffering.”

dedicated volunteers who focus on building the children’s self-confidence and inner strength and encouraging them to pursue their dreams. 47,000 houses have been built in more than 75 locations throughout India by them.

Amma says that love expressed is compassion, and compassion means accepting the needs and sorrows of others as one's own.

Embracing the World’s Amrita Hospital is dedicated to providing outstanding medical care, regardless of one’s ability to pay. The hospital offers cuttingedge healthcare services for those who would otherwise have nowhere to turn.

For more than 20 years, Amma has been a regular keynote speaker at international forums concerned with world peace and religious harmony, where she has been honored with awards and accolades for her vision and example. In 1993, the Parliament of the World’s Religions Centennial named her President of the Hindu faith. She addressed the United Nations’ Millennium World Peace Summit, and was presented with the 2002 Gandhi-King Award for Nonviolence by UN Messenger for Peace Dr. Jane Goodall and the late UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Sergio Vieira de Mello. In 2006, Amma, along with 2005 Nobel Peace Prize winner Mohamed ElBaradei and actor/humanitarian Richard Gere, was presented with the James Parks Morton Interfaith Award by the Interfaith Center of New York for her role as an outstanding spiritual leader and humanitarian. In 2014, Amma joined Pope Francis and 10 other world religious leaders in a ceremonial signing of a declaration against human trafficking and slavery. Embracing the World is a global network of humanitarian organizations inspired by the Indiabased humanitarian initiatives of the Mata Amritanandamayi Math. Their centers throughout India welcome the poor as their guests and serve them hot meals. In this way the volunteers also get to know the people and their problems. Those in need of further assistance are helped with financial aid, medical care, housing, tutoring and more. For them, shelter means more than a roof over one’s head. Beyond constructing houses, they work to build entire communities, complete with town halls, roads, electricity, wells, sewage systems and clean drinking water. Their homes for orphans and underprivileged children are staffed by 

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Since opening its doors in 1998, Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Centre (their tertiary care hospital in Kochi, Kerala) has provided more than $85 million worth of charitable medical care; more than four million patients received completely free treatment. Amrita offers sophisticated and compassionate care in a serene and beautiful atmosphere, and is recognized as one of the premier hospitals in South Asia. Their commitment to serving the poor has attracted a dedicated team of highly qualified medical professionals from around the world. The 1,300bed tertiary care hospital houses 43 specialty departments. In 2016, they broke ground on a new 2,000-bed Amrita Hospital, slated to be the largest hospital in the Delhi-NCR area. The new Amrita Hospital will be have a minimal carbon footprint, zero wastewater discharge, and will eventually be solarpowered. The materials used in construction will be environmentally friendly, and the campus’ natural environment will be preserved with 70 percent of the land planned as green areas filled with native plants and trees as well as bodies of water. The new hospital and medical college will have an emphasis on maternal, infant and child healthcare and will include a highly specialized multidisciplinary Children’s Hospital with maternal and fetal medicine and all pediatric subspecialties. This is a feature that most hospitals in India lack as many private hospitals do not see maternal care as monetarily sustainable. The research hospital will focus on low cost healthcare solutions for India’s poor and will be a teaching hospital.

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AMMA (SRI MATA AMRITANANDAMAYI DEVI) Amma is deeply committed to providing equal access to values-based education. To that end, Embracing the World and their parent organization, the Mata Amritanandamayi Math, run more than 75 educational institutions serving more than 100,000 students across India.  They have been providing vocational training since 1989. After the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami, they began focusing on training women in particular. This turned out to be a smart investment - research has shown that empowering women with vocational training and economic opportunity is one of the most effective means to reduce poverty throughout entire communities. Amma’s empathy and concern for disaster survivors is so complete that she responds to every aspect of their situation - not only fulfilling their material and emotional needs, but also keeping an eye on their future. Their provision of long-term support for disaster survivors has carried thousands through the darkest periods of their lives into the light of a hopeful future.

invent entirely new products and approaches to solving some of the world’s most pressing problems - from disaster management to ensuring access to education to the management and cure of disease. Over the past 25 years, they have learnt a lot about effective delivery of aid to those in need, and have built an infrastructure capable of delivering a broad range of humanitarian services on a massive scale. Amma has always said that it is her dream that one day, everyone in the world would have their basic needs met. Now, for 101 villages spread throughout every corner of India, they are doing everything to make that dream come true. The Self-Reliant Village Program (Amrita SeRVE) is the biggest project they have ever undertaken, and in many ways, it’s the culmination of everything they have ever done.

Amma has observed that earlier in our history, there was no specific need for environmental preservation efforts because humanity saw divinity expressed through nature, and therefore treated the natural world with reverence and respect. Their efforts in environmental preservation are grounded in the idea that while caring for nature is in our own best interest, it is also the right thing to do. Embracing the World researchers at Amrita University are partnering with senior scientists in the world’s leading research universities to innovate new uses for existing technology and to

To honour Amma on Her Birthday, which falls on 09/10/2017, we dedicate this issue to AMMA.

Source: Shri. Vaithianathan Subramanian, Chennai.

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"MY RELIGION IS LOVE." - Amma

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PILLAIPAKKAM, TAMIL NADU Pillaipakkam is located in Sriperumbudur Tehsil of Kancheepuram district in Tamil Nadu, India. It is at a distance of around 2.9 kms. from Sriperumbudur and 30.3 kilometers away from Kancheepuram town. The other nearest town is Thiruvallur which is situated at 19.6 kms from Pillaipakkam. Pondicherry is 112.7 kms, Bangalore is 259.2 kms and Hyderabad is 520.1 kms from Pillaipakkam. Pillaipakkam is located at about 3 kms from the Bangalore highway en route Manimangalam. The nearest railway station to Pillaipakkam is Karasangal which is located 11.1 kilometers from it.

Vaitheeswaran Temple, Pillaipakkam,Tamil Nadu.

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Vaitheeswaran Temple which is dedicated to Hindu God Shiva is one of the famous temple located at Pillaipakkam. The presiding deity is known as Vaitheeswaran and the female Mother God is known as Thaiyal Nayagi. Vaitheeswaran is a Tamil derivative from ‘Vaidya’ meaning ‘Doctor’ and ‘Ishvara’ meaning ‘God’. Shiva is worshipped as Vaitheeswaran or the "God of Healing". It is believed that prayers to Vaitheeswaran can cure diseases.

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The presiding deity 'Vaitheeswaran'

The Mother God 'Thaiyal Nayagi'

God ‘Dakshinamoorthy’ at the Vaitheeswaran Temple

Vaitheeswaran Temple, Pillaipakkam is a Pallava era temple which was renovated later by Paranthaka Chola II (Sundara Chola). The temple was destroyed by the invasion of Golkonda Nawab around 550 years back and renovated in 1977 by Sri Namachivaya Chettiar of this village. Legends describe Vaitheeswaran Temple’s history to how Lord Vaitheeswaran displayed his curing power when he saved a priest's son from a snake bite. The presiding deity in Vaitheeswaran Temple, Pillaipakkam, Tamil Nadu is known as God Vaitheeswaran and the divine Mother God is known as Thaiyal Nayagi. The vimanam of Lord Vaitheeswaran in this temple is Gajaprashta Style. Lord Dakshinamoorthy is very special here and known as Kala Dakshinamoorthy. He is seen with Sulaayutham and Nagabaranam. He is considered to relieve people from Naga Dhosham. Kala Bairavar is also present in this temple premises. As a special feature of this temple, Chandikeshwari is also present along with Chandikeswarar.

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‘Nirutha Ganapathy’ at the Vaitheeswaran Temple

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Natural surroundings near the Vaitheeswaran Temple in Pillaipakkam, Tamil Nadu. Pillaipakkam is a culturally rich town with temples for both God Shiva and Vishnu. There is a pond brimming with water near the Vaitheeswaran Temple which is an ideal place for leisure and tourism. The atmosphere near the Shiva temple is divine and serene. The flora and fauna here are a pleasure to our eyes. With almost nil pollution, Pillaipakkam is an ideal place for religious tourism. 'Kalyana Jagannathar Temple' is another famous temple in this village. The temple is dedicated to Hindu God Vishnu. Pillaipakkam, Tamil Nadu.

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PILLAIPAKKAM, TAMIL NADU Kalyana Jagannathar Temple is dedicated to the Hindu God Maha Vishnu. The Presiding Deity here is known as Kalyana Jagannathar and the divine Goddess is Kalyanavalli Thayar. The main deity which is ‘Sri Kalyana Jagannathar’ is present with Sridevi and Bhoodevi in standing posture.

Kalyana Jagannathar Temple, Pillaipakkam.

Hanuman is present in front of the God Sri Kalyana Jagannatha in the usual place of Garuda.   As the name of the God suggests, marriage prayers are answered by praying to the God here. 

Kalyana Jagannathar Temple, Pillaipakkam.

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ரத ண ம ேம வ ட ைத வைரய . அதாவ , நா இைறவைன ைமயமாக ைவ , ந அ றாட வா ைகைய வாழ ேவ .ஒ ரத ண ஒ ெவா அ ஒ நப த ேபாைதய ம கட த கால வா ைக ெச த பாவ கைள அக . நா வல றமாக ரத ண ெச ேபா , ல இய ைக ச க ட நக ேறா . ரத ண ஒ ஆலய ம ேம இ க ேவ எ ப அவ ய ைல. ப ேவ வைகயான ரத ண க உ ளன. ஆ மா ரத ண எ ப த ைன

நா இ ேகா ைழ ேபா , ஏராளமான ப த க த க ைககைள , க கைள ரத ண ெச வைத காணலா . ரத ண அ ல ரத ணா ஸம த வா ைதயா . ெபா வாக ரத ண ஒ ந ல காரண காக ஒ தமான ெபா ைள நக வதா . ரத ண வல றமாக, ஒ ைற பைட எ க ெச வா க . ஒ வ ட ெச காரண எ னெவ றா இைறவ ந வா ைமய யாக இ றா . ஒ ைமய ைய ெகா 20

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ரத ண ெச க ரத ண ெச வா க . த ரத ண கைத வ , நாயக ம கா ேகய வ வ ற . வ தன மக களான நாயக ம கா ேகய அ ைவ அைடய உலக வ ெச ப அ னா . கா ேகய , தன ம ஏ , உலக வ ெச றா . நாயக , அவர த ைத, வைன வ தா . நாயக , உலக தன த ைத ேளேய இ பதாக ெசா தன ெசயைல யாய ப னா .

வ வதா . வல எ ப ஒ மைலைய வதா .அ ரத ண எ ப க ய கால கைள பய ப வ வதா .இ ஒ வ ேனா நட ேபா , ஒ கா கா ம ற கா கா ர கைள ெதா ற .அ க ரத ண எ ப கட ெபயைர உ ச ெகா ஆலய ைத உ வ தலா . ேகா ள , ஈரமான ட அ க ரத ண ெச வா க . இவ ைற த ர, அரச மர ம ள 21

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ைன பாயச எ

ைன பழைமயான உண வைகக ஒ றா . இ ஒ ைசவ உண . இ ரத ச ைற , ெகா ச ைறவாக உ ள பார ப ய உணவா . ேம இ ச கைர எ த வ வ இ ைல. ைன ேநாயா க ற த உணவா . ம ச ற ைனைய ெகா அ வா, அ ரச , ெபா க ம பாயச உ பட பல இ க ெச யலா . ைன உ ெகா தலா எ த ப க ைள க இ ைல. இ ஒ ஆேரா யமான உணவா .ேம க ய உலக ம வள த நா க ைனைய ெம வாக ம த க ச ள உணவாக ஏ ெகா றன .

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ைன பாயச

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ந மண வ வைர ைனைய ெபா க . இர க த ம ஒ க பா ேச வ வைர சைம க . ஒ கா பா ர எ , கா க ெபா ெவ ல ேபா , ெவ ல வைர ேதைவயான த ேச க . ெவ ல கைர வைர ந தர ட டைவ க . இ த கலைவைய அ இற ைவ க .இ சைம த ைன கல ந தர ட ைவ கலைவ ெக யா வைர ெதாட ளற . ப , ரா ைச, பாதா ேபா றைவ ெந வ அழ ப ப மாறா .

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