Banana trees decorate the school entrance Uday Kumar, Vadivel and Uma in front of the Bindu-class temple Coordinator N. Ramachandran and Udaykumar celebrating the Ayutha Puja Ramachandran with his blessed bicycle Eswaran gets a present from our coordinator Ramachandran Lakshmiammal gets a present from our coordinator Ramachandran Udaya Kumar with his blessed bicycle.jpg B. Ramachandran gets a present from our coordinator Ramachandran Srinivasan gets a present from our coordinator Ramachandran

AYUTHA POOJA - BHARATAPURAM, INDIEN

Am 3. November 2010 wurde in der Malschule in Bharatapuram die Ayudha Pooja zelebriert.

„The Ayudha Puja is a worship of whatever implements one may use in one's livelihood. On the preceding evening, it is traditional to place these implements on an altar to the Divine. If one can make a conscious effort to see the divine in the tools and objects one uses each day, it will help one to see one's work as an offering to God. It will also help one to maintain constant remembrance of the divine. In India it is customary for one to prostrate before the tools one will use before starting one's work each day; this is an expression of gratitude to God for helping one to fulfil one's duties.“

Die StudentInnen und Künstler der Bindu-Art-School weihten alle Malutensilien sowie ihre Fahrräder und unser Koordinator Babu Ramachandran seine Photo-Kameras. Bei dieser Pooja werden den Göttern u. a. Früchte, Reis und Gewürze geopfert. Wir danken Uma, Udaya Kumar und Babu Ramachandran, dass sie in unserer Schule, diese Puja organisierten. Mit einem Gruppenphoto wurde die Feier, die unseren StudentInnen viel Freude bereitete, beendet.


Students in front of the Gods corner Uma and Udaya Kumar prays for the school Damodaran has got an electric wheelchair