‘Sree Sankara’ a spiritual TV channel inaugurated!

via Margashirsha Krushna Dwadashi-http://www.hindujagruti.org/news/5997.html published on December 25, 2008

Bengaluru (Karnataka): The inaugural function of the
multilingual spiritual channel ‘Sree Sankara’ got through amidst the
reverenced presence of Jagadguru Sri Shankaracharya Swami Jayendra
Saraswati of Kanchi Kamkoti Peetham, several Peethadheeshas and Saints.
Governor of Karnataka Shri. Rameshvar Thakur was the special guest.
This TV channel will telecast various programmes based on Spirituality,
Culture and Spiritual practice (Sadhana). Sanatan’s Dharma Satsang and
HJS’s Dharmashikshan classes are amongst these programmes.

Spirituality
is essential for making the life happy. Jagadguru Sri Shankaracharya
Swami Jayendra Saraswati of Kanchi Kamkoti Peetham and Governer of
Karnataka Shri. Rameshwar Thakur stated that while following spiritual
path do not look at it from the angle of caste or religion. The lamp
was lighted by the present Saints, Peethadheeshas and governor Shri.
Thakur using kaypanji. There was reverenced presence of such Saints as
Sri Vishveshwar Teertha Swamiji of Pejavar Math, Sri Balgangadharnath
Swamiji of Aadi Chunchungiri Peetham, Sri Shivkumarswamiji of
Siddhaganga Math, Sri Sushmeendra Swamiji of Raghavendra Math, Sri
Shivratri Deshikendra Swamiji of Suttur Math, Shri V.R. Gourishankar of
Shringeri Math, Sri Shantgoparanga Ramanujaji of Sri Valiputtur Math,
Sri Gangadharendra Saraswati Mahaswamiji of Swarnawalli Math, Sri
Rangapriya Swamiji of Ashtang Yog Vidnyan Mandir, Sri Niranjanaanda
Puri Mahaswamiji of Kanginele Peetham and Saint Sri Asaram Bapu of
Sabarmati Ashram and Saint Sri Narayanji Swami. They all blessed Sree
Shankara Channel. Shri. Krisna Shetty, Housing and Development
Minister, Smt Parvatiamma Rajkumar Film Producer, Seneior Legal advisor
Advocate C.V. Nagesh were amongst the honorable invitees. The Group
editor of ‘Sanatan Prabhat’ periodicals Shri. Pruthviraj Hazare was
present as representative of Sanatan Sanstha. The Channel will telecast
programmes in Kannad, Tamil, Telugu and Hindi. Since the channel
operates from Bengaluru, the majority of the programmes will be in
Kannada, said Shri. Hari Krushna of Shankara Channel.

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