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August 16, 2009

2009 Shri Shyam Bhajan Amritvarsha Hyderabad

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Sunday, August 16, 2009

Nanduji presenting the bhajan to Baba Shyam

In Hyderabad, Shri Shyam Bhajan evening is organised on August 15th, 2009. This is the annual function in Hyderabad, which is celebrated day after Krishna Janmashtami and on the occasion of Independence day in Nampally Exhibition Ground, Hyderabad.

About 125,000 lamps are lightened up along campus boundaries on this evening. Program was live telecasted on Aastha TV. About 25,000 people get a chance to participate in the evening.

Baba Shyam’s Durbar was very well-decorated. Four alternative colors, green, yellow, red and blue were used to lighten up the shringar.

Program started at 8:30 p.m. local time (1500 hrs UTC). Very well-known singers across the country presented bhajans to Shri Shyam’s feet. Sanju Sharma, singer started the evening, followed by Jai Shankar Choudhary. Then, Lakkha Singh took the charge of singing bhajans. 108 plates of Chhappan Bhog are served to Baba Shyam. Lakkha Singh presented the chhappan bhog bhajan as well. Singer, Raju Khandelwal was accompaying him.

Baba Shyam’s great devotee-cum-singer Nanduji came to present few of his creations to Shri Shyam. He was feeling tired, after having two long bhajan sessions of three hours each within 24 hours. 62-years old Nanduji has been continuously serving Baba Shyam for last 26 continuous years.

Program was competed by Miss Arora, followed by Sanjay Mittal and Sanjay Kapoor. Then, Baba’s aarti was performed as closing ceremony.


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