1999-02-20 Public Program in Shivaji Park, Mumbai [translation from Hindi, Marathi]
My Greetings to
seekers of Truth. We don’t give any importance or attention to truth,
what is the reason for that? Why we don’t like Truth and implement
it. It’s not that only this, this World has become like that one eye
is on wrong or false things. For that, I can say that this is the
time of severe (grievous) Kaliyuga. Very bad Kaliyuga, […]
Evening Program, Eve of Christmas Puja. Ganapatipule (Maharashtra, India), 24 December 1998.
is very difficult to describe this inner joy. You can only enjoy it, you can
only feel it. It’s something so innate to see that so many of you have learnt
this difficult music and all of you have been enjoying it.
went to various places in the West and I felt that, “Why even small little
children, boys and girls, take to something which is self-destructive? […]
Arun Apte (and students). Ganapatipule, Maharashtra, India. December 1998.
the transcription for the first 12 minutes of the talk:
It is very difficult to describe this inner joy. You can only enjoy it. You can only feel it. It’s something so innate, to see that so many of you have learnt this difficult music. And all of you have been enjoying it.I went to various places in the West, and I felt that, why, even small little children, […]
Concert before Christmas, Ganapatipule (India), 24 December 1995
[The evening before the Christmas Puja a concert is held by Arun Apte and other musicians. After Shri Mataji’s arrival he starts singing but Shri Mataji stops him as Mr. Punjab – maybe some personality or authority – would like to offer Her a garland: “Mister Punjab…”.
Then the concert begins.
During the concert Shri Mataji comments: “Wah”.
At a certain point Shri Mataji interrupts the performance of the Marathi song “Gheyi Chand Makarand” which is being performed to explain its meaning]
[1.05.03] This song is describing a seeker like the beetle which is seeking the honey in the lotus. […]
1993-07-18 Public Program, Antwerp, Belgium
I am sorry there was an accident on the way and it took us so much time that they were delayed and we were also delayed. I hope you will excuse us.
[Shri Mataji explains the bhajan written by Saint Namadeva ‘Nirgunanchi Bheti Aalo Sugunasange’]
“This song, this song is an introduction very much because it’s a song which was created in the sixteenth century by a very famous musician – I should say a very famous poet – called Namadeva. […]