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All is well at Kauai Aadheenam, where a steady stream of guests continue to arrive during this holiday season.

More and more Hindus are fulfilling Gurudeva’s original vision. Instead of dropping in casually having just found us on the island, they made their plans to come to Kauai in advance from home, just to be here at the monastery.

The Siddhidata Kulam shared their news today. They have been organizing all the lumber from the scaffolding that was up for several years around iraivan and is now down. On the future front, the permits to install our new entry way are nearly complete and the stone archway at the beginning of entrance to Kadavul will be going up soon.

Vel Alahan hosted this group. This was just a few of the many visitors we had today.

Recent Bodhinatha darshan sessions

Balakrishnan Shegar of the Hindu Centre in Singapore discussed plans to introduce Bodhinatha to a larger audience of Singaporeans next year.

Avani Sukhadia Robinson and Nathan Mudrick have been studying the Master Course. They came from Sedona, Arizona especially to see Bodhinatha and get some good advice on their future plans.

Ravi and Meena Annamalai with sons Aaditya and Krithi from Fremont, California. They were devotees of our Palaniswami Temple on Sacramento Street in San Francisco during the 80s. After the temple was moved to Concord they have continued to worship Murugan there.

Sundari and Easan Katir have been with us every day for a week helping to host the many, many Hindu families that come to Kauai for the year end holiday season. They look forward to seeing some of the new friends they have made when they get back home to Silicon Valley.

Vasanthie and Sagie Naidoo from Durban, South Africa booked a cruise on the Golden Princess just so they could stop on Kauai to see Bodhinatha and invite him to return to their country soon.

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