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Completion of the traditional departing rites ceremonies for Maharishi held 20 February, 2008, in Allahabad, India - Part III
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28 February 2008
The concluding talks given during the Memorial Ceremonies for Maharishi Mahesh Yogi on 20 February, 2008, at the ashram of the Shankaracharya of Jyotir Math at Allahabad, India, were enjoyed by the delegation of Rajas, ministers and leaders of the Global Country of World Peace, along with many other guests and dignitaries.
During the evening, Dr Bevan Morris recounted how Maharishi had said some years ago that a pipe line should be brought from the holy Narmada River, which is about 50 kilometers away from the Brahmasthan [auspiciouis central area] of India, to bring that 'holy water' to the Brahmasthan.
Dr Morris stated, 'Everybody said it would be impossible, and yet now the Government has made a huge canal from the Narmada River, and it passes within a 100 metres from the Brahmasthan.' He further commented that this was how Maharishi worked. 'Often one could not understand the significance of what Maharishi said until only years later.'
With deep appreciation of Maharishi and his unprecedented work throughout the world, the evening's ceremonial events came to a conclusion with the citing of the Shankaracharya's poignant remarks made to the press two days earlier. 'No one can appreciate what Maharishi is, let alone say it. No one can adequately understand the reality of Maharishi, much less express it'.
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