The evening session of the second day World Youth Meet commenced at the arrival of Bhagawan past 5.30 p.m. Bhagawan was welcomed with traditional Purna Kumbam and Vedic chants. The magnificent Premamrutham hall was fully packed with delegates, students and devotees from various countries waiting to have the glimpse of their most loving God. Bhagawan further walked amidst devotees letting them have His Divine Darshan and giving them chance to interact with Him.
The proceedings started off with Veda chanting by the students of Sri Sathya Sai Vidyaniketanam, Gulbarga campus.
This was followed by a talk by Dr Victory Craxi, a former student of Bhagawan from Primary School in Prasanthi Nilayam, and currently a practicing Ayurvedic Physician. The speaker beautifully summarised the morning session giving a gist of all the speakers. Further, he shared the summary of the afternoon interactive session which focused on team work and unity. Unity and Purity together give rise to Divinity.
There were three launches thereafter – a musical album ‘Sai is Love’ by German devotees, and two books by name ‘Nenu Na Sai’, penned by late Sri Ramaraju, an ardent devotee of Bhagawan and a book, a telugu translation of a book penned by Catherine Kapahi about Bhagawan speaking through His current form.
This was followed by the most awaiting World Music Festival consisting of playing various instruments by different countries such as Australia, Ukraine, Belarus, Kzakistan, Russia, Lithuvania and Italy.
This first musical presentation was by Bandulam tribes from Australia, which was followed by musicians from Russia who performed folk music called ‘Balalaika’. This was followed by performance by musicians from Italy.
The session came to close with Mangala Arati to Bhagawan and Prasadam distribution.