Electrical Trench Reaches The New Inside Take Off Station

The Maha Electrical Upgrade saga continues. From the incoming feed from wall the trench continued all the way to the interior of the Aadheenam. On the wall to the left under the tarp there will be all the switch boxes and fuse panels to send electricity here and there throughout the Aadheenam. The main terminal end here underground.

Everything must be set perfectly in place. This station will remain open for a while until all the wire is pulled through and connected.

His Holiness Shivarathri Deshikendra Mahaswamiji, Visit Day 2

His Holiness Shivarathri Deshikendra Mahaswamiji came to the Aadheenam again this morning. He continued his tour of the property with a visit to Bali Hai falls, where we have a set steps for piligrims to go to the river below Iraivan.

Saravananathaswami is taking him around San Marga.

A visit to Anna Purna gardens

Then Swamiji went to the Media lab. Here he is being introduced to our Agama digitization project by Arumugaswami who had just completed a thirty-minute interview with him.

Swamiji is traveling with Almatti Swamiji and Mr. Nanjundaswamy. Almatti Swamiji is serving at the US east coast Veerashaiva center, in Maryland.

After visiting with each of the GK swami’s it was time to leave. Swami first garlands Paramacharya Sadasivanathaswami.

Sadasivanathaswami then garlands Swamiji on Bodhinatha’s behalf.

And gives him a rudraksha mala made of beads grown here at Kauai Aadheenam.

Kumarnathaswami honors Almatti Swamiji

And Mr. Nanjundaswamy is honored by Arumuganathaswami.

Mahaswamiji requested a group photo.

Sadasiva Artwork Gifted to Aadheenam

We have known Arthur Brownstein and his wife Nutan for decades. Nutan’s father is the famed Indra Sharma who has since gone to Siva’s Feet, but had done many paintings for the Aadheenam years ago, including marvelous portraits of Gurudeva and Yogaswami.

Indra’s son, Chandra Sharma and his daughter, Veena, Nutan’s sister here behind the painting, are also artists. Chandra Sharma’s is considered one of India’s top contemporary artists.

This painting of Sadasiva was commissioned to be used for a future cover of Hinduism Today. Chandra Sharma kindly did the work for free as a contribution to the cause.

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