Happy Deepawali


Dear readers,

 

On behalf of the blog, I wish each of you and your family members a very happy Deepawali. Being devotees of Kanchi Acharyas, let us pray them for their blessings and hope that the light of knowledge and wisdom removes the darkness of maya and ignorance around us. How apt that our Pudhu Periyava is born in a place called “Irulneeki”! Let us also pray Goddess Lakshmi to bless us all with health, wealth, knowledge and wisdom to enable our spiritual journey.

I have provided two links to Periyava’s speeches on Deepawali. Please listen to the voice of God on this auspicious day.

Deepawali – Part 1

Deepawali – Part 2

Here is the vedantic meaning for Deepawali.

Mahesh



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9 replies

  1. Deepavali greetings and prayers of gratitude…

  2. Thanks for the wishes.We wish all of you a very happy Diwali.venketaramani.Sent from my Samsung Galaxy smartphone.

  3. Thank you Sri Mahesh for your Deepavali Greetings. I reciprocate the sentiments contained therein in equal measure.

  4. We wish you, your family, the friends, the relatives, a Happy Deepavali Greetings.,

    Jaya Jaya Sankara Hare Hare Sankara

    Maha Periyava Saranam.

  5. Thanks Mahesh. So so good to hear Maha Periaval.

  6. We reciprocate. May S. P. Periyava bless you more to carry out the wonderful work you are doing. Ashok Mehta.

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  7. Thank you for your wonderful greetings. We heartily reciprocate and wish you and your family a prosperous Dewali.Mahaperiava and all acharyas will bless us all.
    Prof.lal

  8. Dear Mr Mahesh,

    Thanks for the Diwali wishes for you and your team. My special thanks to you and to your team for bringing Sage of Kanchipuram and always making us think of Mana Periyava’s. If this not yomen service what else is?

    A million thanks once again for your noble deeds.

    May Periyava’s bless you and your team all the power and strength to continue this Velvi.

    Regards,

    V Ravikumar West Mambalam Chennai

  9. Thank you Mahesh and Sai Garu. On behalf all the readers here, I wish you both your family members a happy and prosperous Diwali. Let the Anugraham of Paramacharya be on your family all the times!

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