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SWAMIJI'S FUNERAL:

There appeared to be a "closing of ranks" when former president Ramotar posed for photo with Education Minister Dr. Rupert Roopnaraine,  Prime Minister Nagamootoo and Sita with former Finance Minister KOWLESSAR. Also in pix is fmr.  First Lady and a devotee.

 

Moses V. Nagamootoo's photo.
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Swami Vidyanandaji served selflessly  –says Prime Minister

Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo and former Prime Minister Samuel Hinds at the funeral service at the Cove and John Ashram
Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo and former Prime Minister Samuel Hinds at the funeral service at the Cove and John Ashram

Swami Vidyanandaji served selflessly  –says Prime Minister

 

PRIME Minister Moses Nagamootoo said Swami Vidyanandaji Maharaj has lived his life in service to many as he paid tribute to the learned Hindu leader who was cremated on Wednesday. Speaking at the funeral service at the Cove and John Ashram, the Prime Minister hailed the late Swami as a man who embraced simplicity and served without the expectation of reward. Swami Vidyanandaji Maharaj, he said “will be born again in every student who receives the light of learning and knowledge”, adding: “Where ever in the world you find societies moving forward it is because it has become a knowledge driven society.” The Prime Minister told the gathering that Swami was a person who believes that with knowledge, anything is possible. He related fond memories of his first meeting with Swami Vidyanandaji. Mr Nagamootoo said in that engagement, he discussed several issues that bothered him at the time. And after the meeting, he noted that anything “I put my mind to do, I was able to achieve”. The funeral was also attended by Education Minister Dr Rupert Roopnaraine, former President Donald Ramotar, former Prime Minister Samuel Hinds and Indian High Commissioner to Guyana Venkatachalam Mahalingam. Swami Vidyanandaji who was born on July, 3, 1936 and was the country’s first ordained Hindu monk of the Bharat Sevashram Sangha, USA.

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