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QUIZ ON HEART 2 HEART



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Right answer on your 3rd attempt
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We are now bringing you a new quiz to test your recall power from reading Heart2Heart. Please click on the links to find out the full stories.

1. In this issue of H2H we carry the wonderful work of the Sai doctors in Russia. In our October 2005 edition we informed you about another medical camp held in the mountains of Nepal , again guided by Dr. Upadhya. He related how at one point the gathering of patients became unnerved by the sight of a man who came to the camp for treatment. Why were the people disturbed by the man? Because -




2. Last issue we had the fascinating account of the experiences of renowned Santoor maestro, Pandit Shiva Kumar Sharma. He related how at one time he had been invited to play at Bhagavan's 65 th birthday concert. He was billed to play after Bhagavan's divine discourse, and was worried that everyone would leave before his concert. What comment did Bhagavan make about his concert during His discourse?




3. In our June 2005 cover story, The Gift of Life, we told you breathtaking tales of how Swami had raised people from the dead. One concerned a Mr. Radhakrishna who was seemingly dead for three days when Swami then allowed him to 'come back'. What was the divinely given reason for this resurrection that Swami told the family?




4. In our November 2005 issue we carried the article, Golden Memories of a Bygone Era: Conversation With The Venkatagiri Rajah's Son. The Rajah's son told us about driving Swami from Puttaparthi to Venkatagiri during which time he had been asked to send his father telegrams detailing the progress of the journey so that a reception for Swami could be arranged. However, Swami told the son not to send the telegrams. On reaching home, what did the son find on apologizing to his father for not sending the telegrams.




5. In our January 2005 cover story Bandmaster Divine we informed you about Swami's nurturing of the Institute Brass Band, over the many years of its existence. Swami would often come and inspect the band and encourage their practice sessions. On one occasion, Swami reprimanded a boy who had lost his drum stick. Where was the stick eventually found?





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Vol 5 Issue 04 - APRIL 2007
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