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Amritanandamayi in Manjeri today

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Devotees can meet her on the occassion

MANJERI: Mata Amritanandamayi will be given a public reception at Amrita Vidyalaya, Nerukara, here on Sunday. She will arrive at the venue at 6 p.m. from Amritapuri, Vallikkavu. Arrangements have been made to accommodate thousands of devotees at the venue. A ‘shamiana’ erected on the school grounds can house 30,000 people.

The organisers expect a turnout of 1.5 lakh devotees. Free lunch and dinner will be served to the devotees. The sick and the aged will get preference in getting the Mata’s darshan, said the organisers. Soon after her arrival, she will deliver a brief speech. It will be followed by bhajans and meditation. Darshan will begin after meditation.

The organisers said that all devotees who make it to Amrita Vidyalaya would be given darshan. The Mata will proceed to Kozhikode from here. She will be at Bhramasthan, Vellimadukunnu, on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.

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