Post by Amritha Varshini on Apr 1, 2016 7:12:50 GMT 5.5
Dear Sri Anand Vasudevan,
When we were reeling under the spell of extreme hot, we experienced the cool breeze that came from Amritavarshini. We also experienced the bliss of shower; shower not in waters but in the nectar of knowledge and devotion.
Every chapter of Amritavarshini 35th issue is unique in its own way. It contained everything a seeker looks for. The three articles, Vedanta Vichara by Smt. Renuka Sury, Q& A session on Jnana Vasishta by Sri Sivaswamy and Ramana Vazhi by Sri Venkatachalam have taken us to a new world of Jnana. It was a Jnana Kalanjiyam (a treasure chest of knowledge) which we all wish to cherish and take inspiration from.
There are also many devotional articles like Kandar Anubhuti by Smt. Uma Balasubramanian, Thirumurai, Thiruppugazh etc., which are very illuminating and enlightening. The poem on Manikkavachagar has proved that Anand Vasudevan is blessed with devotion, knowledge and poetic skill.
I have also found sparks from Deivathin Kural. We are really blessed to be able to possess a Maha Kavya like Deivathin Kural which keeps our link with Paramacharya alive for ever.
I thank Vasudevan for the efforts he has taken out in bringing out such a brilliant newsletter and I wish him and the contributors all the best.
On Mon, Mar 28, 2016 at 2:42 PM, Vs Krishnan <email@example.com>
Post by Amritha Varshini on Apr 1, 2016 7:13:46 GMT 5.5
The latest issue of Amrita Varshini is simply superb containing several deep-rooted expositions on the different aspects of Hindu Dharma and prideful presentation of our great legacy. Thanks and congratulations.
I have been keeping copies of each Issue in my computer downloads and consider it a goldmine of spirituality with several people contributing in each issue with versatile fluency and genuine deliberations on the topic chosen.
The combined efforts of these enthusiastic writers and poets properly presented make each issue worth preserving and use for reference as and when needed. Reading them again and again give new points of interest and new ideas embedded in them. The spiritual undertones become clear in these readings. Greatness is something to be acquired through constant striving and I have no hesitation in saying Amrita Varshini is improving with each issue and right on the road of excellence and greatness in written journals; I find the spiritual content absorbing in its essence.
GS On Tue, Mar 29, 2016 at 9:21 AM, G Sivaswamy <firstname.lastname@example.org>