A teacher, well trained in Pannisai, Selvi Sivayogarani, has begun teaching the Kottam children. First they will learn the songs from the Natchinthanai book created by Kauai Aadheenam, and then they will continue learning additional songs.
Before beginning the classes, the children had Kauai Aadheenam’s song book blessed at the Sivathondan Nilayam in Jaffna.
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AUM…Wonderful initiative ! Lovely souls ! Thank You Amma Selvi for taking great care of these children and passing on this great legacy our Sivayogaswami has given to humanity. My humble Pranam to all Natchintanai lovers….aum…aum…aum…!
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