Sri Swamiji’s satsangs in and around Sivakasi and Thoothukudi in Jan’19

17th Jan’19 :

Sri swamiji finished the Ekadesi pujai at Ashram and then graced a Veda Sathas at a private function.

From there, Sri Swamiji left for Senganoor.

18th Jan’19 :

Sri Swamiji was in Senganoor for the monthly Rohini celebrations. In the evening there was a procession of the golden chariot in the Perumal temple at Senganoor. Sri swamiji then attended the Pradosha puja at the Siva temple.

19th Jan’19 :

In the morning Sri Swamiji left for Govindapuram, and then from there to Thoothukudi.

In the evening, after the satsang at thoothukudi, Sri Swamiji went to Sivakasi and spent the night there.

20th Jan’19 :

In the morning, Sri Swamiji visited Thayilpatti. Later that day, satsang was held in Sivakasi. From there Sri Swamiji left for Virudhunagar and returned to Thoothukudi in the evening.

Sri Swamiji left Thoothukudi in the night and reached Madurai.

21st Jan’19 :

In the morning, Sri Swamiji gave darshan to the devotees and then left for Thanjavur. On reaching Thanjavur, he went to the upcoming namadwaar and checked the work in progress. From there, Sri Swamiji left for Nangur. In Nangur, Sri Swamiji checked the on going work at the ‘Periyavaachaan Pillai Thirumaaligai’.

Sri Swamiji then returned to the Madhurapuri Ashram at night.

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