Sakthi Olhi, 2004 devotees' experiences translated from Tamil into English.

The 'Weekly Experience' features a devotees' experience chosen from our repository of translated experiences. This experience will feature across all the categories on Angel Grove Studio and 'My Mother' digital magazine. In 1984, my marriage took place. Although I gave birth to two children, both of them died. After that, I had miscarriages. The doctors said that, I wouldn't become a mother. Hearing this, I was very sad. When I was in the hospital, a Sakthi from the Adi Parasakthi Mandram at Ooti came to see me. I told him about my condition. This Sakthi, later on, took me to…
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We belong to Thangamaapuripattinam, in Mettur. We have built an Adi Parasakthi Mandram, here. We do spiritual as well as social work, here. Sakthi Sellamma lives in Periyaar Nagar. She is a devotee of our Amma. Her husband, Paramasivam, had been working in a factory. He is retired. Their son did not have a child, although he was married for five years. They have gone to all Temples, praying for a child. They have gone to almost all doctors. Sakthi Muniamma came to our Mandram and told me about that couple. I told her, "Sakthi! Divine Mother, at Mel Maruvathur,…
We live in our own house. There have been a lot of problems in our family. We would cook rice in the evening. After supper, we pour water in the remaining cooked rice and have it in the morning. Daily, we would do that. One day, when we opened the lid of the rice pot, we saw that the rice was spoilt! We could see a foam-like covering on the rice. There was a bad smell, too. This continued in the following days, as well! One day, early in the morning, when I came outside to clean the courtyard, I…
By Amma’s blessings, my parents, my younger sister, and I could come to Mel Maruvathur in 2000. My husband couldn’t come with us as he was busy with his work. I used to wonder, if God would come onto the Earth in human form. I met Adigalaar Amma in the Arul Koodam, for the first time. I can never forget that moment. Amma looked at me with a lot of affection and kindness. My mind told me that, Guru Amma isn’t an ordinary human being! My mind began to repeat that. I did not have a child. As I was…
I go to Eerod Vaara Vazhipatu Mandram and worship Amma. It is only by Amma’s blessings that my husband and I are alive today. Almost three years ago, we went to Mel Maruvathur and did Paada Pooja to Amma. Before coming back to our native place, I was standing in front of the Divine Mother and praying. Then, a girl Sakthi, wearing red dress, came near me and pulled my hand. She said to me, “Come! There, the Sakthis are folding the Irumudi bags. You come with me and join them. You fold the bags, put at least 25 paise…
We belong to Nattukkottai Chettiyar community. Hence, we need to spend a lot of money for a girl’s wedding. My husband is working in a private company. It was time that our daughter got married. Our daughter was 23 years old then. We were rather worried, but consoled ourselves with the firm belief that Amma will take care of everything. Our relatives began to ask us several questions, regarding our daughter’s wedding. Besides, they began to make fun of us. We had only one answer. We told them that, we would do everything according to our Amma’s advice. We were…

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