1. Discourse by Dr. CVB Subrahmanyam
Date : Tuesday July 22nd, 2014
Time: 7:00 PM
Topics : Temples for Balanced Life, Significance of Daily Pooja for wellbeing, Contribution of Vasstu and Astorology for Blissful Life, Questions and Answers session on Religious Topics (Dharma Sandehalu).
Dr. CVB Subrahmanyam, Professor of Astrology and Dean, School of Social Sciences and Other Sciences, Potti Sriramulu Telugu University, Hyderabad, India, is visiting US beginning July 2. Dr. Subrahmanyam is invited by North American Telugu Association to its Convention in Atlanta from July 4 -6. He traveled around the world including Holland, Switzerland, Singapore, London, Malaysia, and Thailand.
Dr. Subrahmanyam specializes in Sanskrit, Vedic Astrology, Vaastu (ancient Indian Feng-Shui, Vaastu is much more ancient science than Feng-Shui), Telugu Literature, and many other fields. He has written several books and made research publications. He takes part in several Radio Talk shows and appears on many TV channels including Gemini, In, Siti, Teja, Eenadu, Doordarshan, Bhakti (Devotional) in India. He made guest appearances in a couple of movies in India. He is a Member of Theosophical Society and Universal Brotherhood, Chairman of Veda Vignana Charitable Trust, Trustee of Andhra Pradesh Pranic Healing Foundation, Hyderabad, India, and a Member of The International Council of Astrological and Occult Sciences. He received several awards including World Peace Award from Asian Astrologers Conference, Ugadi Puraskar, Jyotirvaidya Ratna, Jyotisha Kesari, Asthana Jyotisha Pandit, Jyotish Mahamahopadhyaya, Excellency Award in Jyothisha (Astrology).
Sauturday lunch Menu : (Option 1) Masala dosa, chutney , sambar. (Option 2) Lemon rice, yogurt rice, one vada one idly and chutney.
2. Sunday Bhajans:
Date: Sunday July 20th, 2014
Time:10:00 – 11:00 Daily Puja With Archana and Ashirwad services
11:00 AM to 12:00 Noon Bhajan, followed by Aarti
Archana - $21/- ; Ashirwad – $11/-
Sunday lunch Menu : Bisi bele bath(sambar rice),Yogurt rice , Poori and eggplant and potato curry, gulabjamoon.
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