The Varan Thedum Peruvizha arranged by KM Matrimony under its Kalyanamalai banner on October 7th at Bengaluru went off in a grand manner. The Peruvizha included a Vivaha Prarthana and a Mega Community Meet.
There were apprehensions about the smooth conducting of meet due to simmering tensions between Karnataka and Tamilnadu states on the Kaveri issue and the announced shop closing and bundh on 5th and 6th October in Karnataka.
However, Kalyanamalai Mohan, the Chairman of KM Matrimony, kept his usual cool and did not get perturbed. He was very positive about the meet taking place and said let us not disappoint even 10 parents who may look forward to attending the meet. He instructed everyone to continue with the best of arrangements.
As usual, he proved to be right with his positive words. On 7th October morning, right from 9.00 AM in the anxious parents started assembling at the Party Hall of ‘The Bell Hotel & Convention Centre’ located close to City Railway Station and Majestic.
In the Vivaha Prarthana Pooja all the participating parents, relatives and friends performed individual Sankalpam praying for an early marriage for their son or daughter or relative or a friend. The prarthana pooja went off very well. It started with Ganapathi pooja and continued with Lalitha Sahasranama Archana and others. Prasadams were offered to all the people participated at the Pooja.
The Mega Community Meet, which was taking place simultaneously along with the Pooja has enabled the parents to meet the people from their own community to assist easy fixing of the marriage. Kalayanamalai provided an opportunity for the participating marriage aspirants to individually get introduced to the gathering.
Kalyanamalai and all the participants at the Mega Meet expressed their thanks to M/s. RmKV the regular sponsors of the program. Kalyanamalai also conveyed its greetings and best wishes to RmKV for the opening of their Bengaluru show room at orian Mall, the biggest Mall in Asia.
The Varan Thedum Peruvizha was held in a grand manner without missing any of the usual festivities and happiness associated with Kalyanamalai meetings.