Mumbai: Second death anniversary of Pejavar Vishwesha Theertha Swamiji observed

Rons Bantwal

Daijiworld Media Network – Mumbai (EP)

Mumbai, Jan 5: The second death anniversary of Pejavar Vishweshatheertha Swamiji was observed at Madhva Bhavan, Pejavar math, Santa Cruz east, Pejavar Adhokshaja math Mumbai and Vishweshatheertha auditorium by the pupils of Pejavar seer here from morning till afternoon on January 5, as per directions from Pejavar Vishwaprasanna Theertha Sripada.

Special poojas, Bhajans and rituals were held under the leadership of general manager of Pejavar math, Mumbai branch, Vidwan Dr Ramadas Upadhyaya Renjala and Prakash Acharya Ramakunja.

Chief priest Vidwan Arvind Bannintaya and Vidwan Pavan Bhat Annikeri praised the social work by the late seer.

Avinash Shastri, Rama Vittala Kalluraya, M G Krishnaraja Tantri, Shekar Salian, Vikrath Urval, Ganesh Acharya, Dr Surendra Kumar Hegde, Chandrashekar Palethady, Parel Srinivas Bhat, Pejavar math manager Hari Bhat Puthige, Niranjan Gogte, Mukund Baithamangalkar, Mala Vasudev Bhat, Ramesh Bhat, Abhiram Acharya, Aprameya Acharya, Madwesha Bhajana Mandali’s Shamala Shastri, Suhasini Bhat, Prabha Betageri, Radha Bhat, several priests and devotees conducted Harinama Sankeerthana rituals. Niranjan Gogte distributed cash in the form of prasada to the devotees and recollected the ideals of the late seer.


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