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SHRIMAD BHAGAWAT SAPTAH





Smartest Baby in the World


 A Great Video- A baby is Answering the questions which even MBA or most intelligent person will take time to answer (and surely, can't). Unique Indian baby in the world
must see the wonder girl video.

 Click on the below link 

SHRIMAD BHAGAWAT SAPTAH IN HINDI BY PUJYA GURUJI SWAMI TEJOMAYANANDA 
- 16th to 23 Feb 2013


EVENTSHRIMAD BHAGAWAT SAPTAH IN HINDI BY PUJYA GURUJI SWAMI TEJOMAYANANDA
Event Type:Camp
Event Category:World Wide Event
Event Description:
 Pujya Guruji's Hindi Bhagavat Saptah at Vibhooti in Feb 2013
 

Camp Highlights:
  • Bhagawat Discourses in Hindi by Pujya Guruji (3 classes of 90 mins each per day)
  • Daily pooja and Vishnu Sahasranama
  • Daily Paduka Puja
  • Visits to Chinmaya Jeevan Darshan
  • Visits to Maruti Mandir & Pranav Ganesh Mandir

Start Date:16 Feb, 2013
End Date:23 Feb, 2013
Event Time:Full Time Residential camp - Camp inauguration on 16th February 2013 at 4pm.

And conclusion on 23rd February evening.


Please plan to reach Chinmaya Vibhooti by lunch time on 16th February.


Departure can be planned for after breakfast on 24th February.
Event Venue:Chinmaya Vibhooti
Post Kolwan
Taluka Mulshi
District Pune
412108
City:Kolwan, Pune
State:Maharashtra
Country:India
Charges:Rs.4000.00 or US$ 100.00
Contact Details:Chinmaya Vibhooti Swagat Team
chinmaya.vibhooti@chinmayamission.com
+91 9011050610
+91 9689891959
Facilitator(s):Swami Tejomayananda

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Clinging on for dear life to the side of a vertical cliff, the tiny lion cub cries out pitifully for help. 

His mother arrives at the edge of the precipice with three other lionesses and a male. The females start to clamber down together but turn back daunted by the sheer drop. 

Eventually one single factor determines which of them will risk her life to save the youngster – motherly love. 


The drama begins: The mother arrives at the edge of the cliff as her son cries out for rescue after being trapped when he slipped 


On the brink: Four lionesses look over the edge before aborting their rescue mission because of the sheer drop 

Slowly, agonizingly, the big cat edges her way down towards her terrified son, using her powerful claws to grip the crumbling cliff side. 

One slip from her and both animals could end up dead at the bottom of the ravine. 



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ust as the exhausted cub seems about to fall, his mother circles beneath him and he is snatched up in her jaws. 

She then begins the equally perilous journey back to the top. Minutes later, they arrive and she gives the frightened little creature a consoling lick on the head. 

The dramatic rescue, captured by wildlife photographer Jean-Francois Largot, was played out in Kenya ’s Masai Mara game reserve. 

Despite the presence of wardens to deter poachers, day-to-day life for the lions is not without its dangers … as the cub learned the hard way. 

Rescue mission: The mother inches her way down the cliff face to rescue the terrified cub before locking him in her jaws and making her way back up the cliff face 


Motherly love: The mother gives her son a lick to say that all is well in the pride following the drama 

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