Sound In The Pooja Room

Doctor Thyagarajan has been working as Assistant Director in a Pharmaceutical Laboratory, in America. Every day, his children would keep a glass of milk in their pooja room and worship the Divine Mother. They would drink the milk after their prayer. One day, as the children were in a hurry to reach school, they forgot to drink the milk. They went to school. Dr. Thyagarajan went to his lab. The doctor’s wife was not at home. She had gone to Mel Maruvathur.

It was 11:00 a.m. A relative of the doctor, a young girl, was alone in the house. She heard the clatter of pots in the pooja room. She became afraid and felt that some thieves might have entered the house. She telephoned the doctor and told him that she could hear the sound of vessels in the pooja room and that she was feeling afraid. The doctor said to her, “Don’t be afraid. You go to the next room and lock it from inside. I shall come just now.” He started at once. He bathed first and then, entered the pooja room. He saw that the milk from the glass had spilled on the floor. The window was seen open. Nothing was missing in the room. It was evident that no thief had entered the house. The doctor telephoned his wife and told her what had happened. He also told her to ask Amma about the event.

On 16th February, Amma said to her, “I came to your house as a serpent.” Yes! They saw the signs of Amma having entered the room as a serpent!

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