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Divine Visit – Sri Sathya Sai Premaniketanam, Bijapur – June 04 and 05, 2019

June 04, 2019

Morning:

After cooling showers of rain, as Bhagawan’s helicopter majestically landed on the grounds of the Sri Sathya Sai Premaniketanam Campus, He was welcomed with a bouquet of flowers by the Chairman, Sri A R Manjunath.

Bhagawan along with His guests, was then led by a procession of boys chanting Vedas to the main school building, where He called all the students for an impromtu Satsang. Sri A R Manjunath gave an introductory and welcome address, which was followed by a speech by Sri B N Narasimha Murthy. Swami then spoke to all the students and then partook lunch with them and distributed ice-creams to all.

Evening:

In the evening, Bhagawan went to the school building to inaugurate two new classrooms for the students and also visited the kitchen before the evening Satsang.

The students offered many songs, talks and even a miming act depicting the story of a village which was suffering due to scarcity of water and how they got relieved by Bhagawan’s water project.

After this, Swami asked one of the guests, Dr David Cornsweet from the USA to speak to the students. Thereafter, Bhagawan granted His Divine Message and announced that the Godavari project will help the Vidarbha region of Maharashtra first and later, the North Karnataka region as well, much to the delight of everyone present there.

After the Satsang, Swami granted a special interview to the Grade ten students who would be the first batch of students to pass out from the Bijapur Campus. He then blessed them all with group photographs.

05 June, 2019

After a sumptuous breakfast, Bhagawan called all the staff for an interview and granted His precious guidance on various matters. He then proceeded to the guest house and gifted a house to the family of Brother Gangadhar Matapathi, who is serving as the Warden of the Campus. Bhagawan then graciously took group photographs with all His children of the Bijapur campus, before departing for Gadag and thus ending another beautiful visit of the Lord.