Inauguration speech for the opening of the new Music Academy (transcr. only English part). Vaitarna (India), 1 January 2003.
I’m sorry I spoke in Hindi language, because to talk about My father in any other language is very difficult, though he was a master of English language and he used to read a lot. He had a big library of his own where I also learned English, because my medium of instruction was Marathi. I’d never studied Hindi or English. […]
Birthday Felicitations (English part), Delhi (India), 22 March 2000.
Our honored guest, our respected Home Affairs Ministry is here, Mr. Advani, who has been always a very great dezabhakt [patriot]. I admired him because he loved his country; he is very patriotic. And this is – [Big applause]
And as you know, My father and mother both were very patriotic. They sacrificed everything for the country, and I also was always condemned by everyone as being a very patriotic person. […]
Evening Program, Eve of Shri Hanumana Puja – Pune (India), Tuesday, March 30th 1999
is a great desire of My father being fulfilled, that he wanted to
start a music academy for all the foreigners especially. Because it
seems that our knowledge of classical music is very deep and is of a
global nature and so we got lots of students from all over the world
who are studying music. Most surprising was the way they picked up
our classical music. […]
Speech after Birthday’s Felicitations. New Delhi, India. 21 March 1999.
Felicitation, New Delhi
[Hindi Translation Missing]
I told in the Hindi
language that love you can see one persons love manifested in so many
eyes here and when I saw the enthusiasm so my hearts got filled with
love greater love. So one can see how powerful is this love. All
kinds of bad feelings, negative thinking and also self-destructive
elements can be corrected and controlled very simply in Sahaja yoga. […]
New Year’s eve Puja (English part). Kalve (India), 31 December 1998.
Firstly I will speak in English language as we have many Sahaja Yogis from abroad. They have asked me to talk about Indian culture today because Bombay is the place where Indian culture is disappearing, that’s what they say. But I don’t think so, because the roots are so deep that we cannot give up that culture so fast.
Now as it is for the people who are coming from other countries, […]
1995-10-25 Navavarsha (Hindi New Year) Delhi (part 2 translation missing)
Today is the auspicious occasion of the New year and auspicious blessings to you all. Every year, new year comes and keeps coming. But, the feeling of observing the new year, people don’t understand. People just wear new clothes, celebrate. People don’t think this way, that the new year is coming and what is new thing that we will do. However life is passing, it continues in the same way in the new year. […]
Birthday Felicitations. New Delhi (India), 21 March 1995.
The great son of India, Mr Seshan, all the respected friends and guests, all My children Sahaja Yogis: It is true that Chaitanya organizes many things which are most unexpected. I have been a great admirer of Mr. Seshan. I saw a new rising sun, hope for Me. As you know My past that My father, My mother, sacrificed everything to get freedom in this country. Also, as you know about My life how I worked very hard as a young girl. […]
1993-12-04 Sitar Concert – Debu Chaudhuri, New Delhi, India,
Shri Mataji: They are all Sahaja Yogis …You can see that Music is something like[unclear 00:54]. It transcends all barriers, all conditionings, all these egos…And you feel that oneness. In the way the people from all over the country on Cabella of all the caste community creed and religions, and you know how to appreciate it. Not only by the musicians but also by the audience…But the musicians appreciated the audience they say they have never seen such good accord & […]
1993-0310 Press Interview
Shri Mataji: See born with you is the right achieve is yoga. This is yoga is the union with the all-pervading, Divine love. So first you have to take it as a hypothesis. But keep your mind open. If it exists there is power. Which has come to us, this knowledge has come to us from ancient times [UNCLEAR], and it stays right from Markandeya, Adi Shankaracharya.
Shri Mataji: Then we had 13th-century Dnyaneshwara, […]