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Viswaroopa Darshan at Puttaparthi cancelled

Bad weather conditions and traffic jam believed to be the reasons

Puttaparthi - Anantapur, October 4, 2007

News that Sri Satya Sai Baba will appear in the moon as a part of the Viswaroopa Darshan has caused excitement amongst people in the evening. The news spread like wildfire just after an announcement was made at the Prasanthi Nilayam. Thousands of people including devotees and representatives from the media rushed to the Puttaparthi Airport to get a glimpse. With news flashing on various television channels, people began to watch for updates on news channels. People in the nearby regions of Puttaparthi including Ananatpur, Gutti, Penugonda, Dharmavaram, Guntakal, Kadali, Rayadurgam, Tadiparthi, Kalyanaduram and other region have rushed to the Puttaparthi Airport.

By 6:25 PM as many as 15,000 people are in and around the airport premises to see the viswaroopa darshan of the God. Sri Satya Sai Baba visited the premises of the airport in his car and sat in his wheel chair and reached the venue. With devotees coming near him, he went back to his car. At about 7:30 PM, Baba went back to Prasanthi Nilayam. People too soon went back to their places. Though there is no official announcement by the Satya Sai Baba Trust on why Baba returned back to his place, people say that bad weather conditions and the sky being cloudy has prevented the program.

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