Complicated Delivery

When we had to face problems one after another, we decided to come to Amma and do Thondu.

By Amma’s blessings, my daughter got married. When she was five months pregnant, the doctors found that a tumour was growing in her uterus, along with the baby!

The doctors told me, “We are afraid that we may be able to save the mother alone! We shall have to perform surgery to take out the child and then, remove the tumour. There is no alternative, but to do that.”

My wife and I stood in front of Amma and begged Her to save the mother and child. On 21st May, 2001, Tuesday, a team of eminent doctors performed her surgery. They removed the tumour, which was as big as an apple! Then, very carefully, they stitched her uterus and saved the child. The operation was indeed successful! This was not enough. When the baby was growing, the uterus, too, had to expand simultaneously. At the same time, the sutures should remain intact without tearing.

How can this wonder happen? We have immense faith in Amma. Amma is the Saviour! Every day, we would worship Amma and pray to Her. By Amma’s grace and blessings, on 28th October, 2001, a Sunday, a beautiful baby boy was born to my daughter at 5:30 a.m.! She had to undergo caesarean. We have named him Sakthi Vel. By Amma’s blessings, he is growing up well. We have undergone difficulties, some of which others cannot even imagine. In times of trials and tribulations, Amma had always been with us, to guide us and save us. How can we forget Amma? There are no words to thank Her! We are indeed grateful to Amma.

In Developing A Spiritual Toolset

By practising the teachings of the Avatars, we are able to preserve and promote a spiritual toolset, which we know to be vital in life in any world.


For The Soul

The vedic prayers of the Avatars, written by Their divine guidance and blessings, are wonderful catalysts to connect with our true selves. They are essential steps and guides on our journey backwards.



Practise To Win

Chant, do, detach. The 'DO' is to be found in sadhana, also glibly called spiritual practice. The toughest step in the beginning, because rarely does one fancy doing, here are some nice ways to DO.



Look Into 'I'

And see the real 'I'. Question, evaluate, and transform. Be good, do good, see good, and all that wonderful, fluffy goodness. The final step in being divine, or as close as you can make it.