Sun Six End of Phase

Valluvan, Thilagarani and daughter Kayshana are here on pilgrimage from Malaysia. They are enrolled Master Course students, looking forward to become formal sishyas of Bodhinatha and Kailasa Parampara.

We come to the end of a long, productive six-day phase. Here Kulapati Deva and Kulamata Gayatri Rajan have darshan with Bodhinatha. Deva has been working on the roof structures for the new art display to be installed on San Marga. Gayatri has been coming and helping out at the temple. They return home tomorrow and Deva will return again in a week to continue his seva.

We are heading into a very powerful three-day full moon retreat with the Maha Ardra Abhishekam for Lord Nataraj on Tuesday, winter solstice, the first day of Pancha Ganapati all converging.

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END OF PHASE
Today is the last day of our phase.
This edition of TAKA will remain posted
over our coming three-day retreat,
until Chaturthi Tithi, Sun One, Friday, December 23th.

Kulapati Jiva Rajasankara Thondu

Kulapati Jiva Rajasankara is with us and will be here until he takes this group of silpis back to India on the 28th.

Today he is assisting Sannyasin Saravananathaswami with the annual mailing to all our sishya. He is laminating the 2011 membership cards.

Some Mauritius members’ cards.

Roof Work for San Marga Visions Display

Here is what Deva Rajan has been working on along with Acharya Kumarswami and Kannan…

There are three of these which will cover structures with some beautiful artwork showing Gurudeva’s visions.

Holiday Guests

This family, originally from Tamil Nadu and now from Phoenix, is one of this morning’s group of guests. The December holiday season is the busiest in the year.

Light refreshing showers fall as they trek out to see Iraivan temple.

Archives are now available through 2001. Light colored days have no posts. 1998-2001 coming later.

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