“Swamiji” Laser Show Gets Rave Reviews from Ramakrishna Mission
(Left) Main entrance to the Grand Theater of Science City, Kolkata. (Right) People line up from outside
to enter the theater for the show.(For more pictures join Manick Sorcar at facebook)
The tide of success of Manick Sorcar’s “Swamiji", a Laser Documentary on Swami Vivekananda has reached every corner of India. The one and a half hour long Laser-Live extravaganza, with a 60-minute non-stop Laser documentary on Swami Vivekananda is the first of its kind and world’s largest Laser documentary ever produced.
(Left) A large mural of Swami Vivekananda at the lobby welcomes the audience. (Right) Bhubaneswari Devi,
a deeply religious person, was a pious devotee of Vireshwar Shiva of Varanasi.
She prayed to Him to bless her with a son.
Ramakrishna Math and Ramakrishna Mission (The Headquarters) at Belur Math, Howrah, India, wrote "It was indeed an overwhelming experience for us to witness the laser documentary on Swami Vivekananda...".
(Left) After Ramakrishna touches him Naren has hallucination, he looks around in shock wondering what is happening to him!
(Right) Naren feels he is whirled out in the space...
Swami Sarvabhutananda, the Secretary of Ramakrishna Mission Institute of Culture, Golpark, wrote:
“I convey our sincere thanks to you for the Laser Documentary titled Swamiji on 10.10.2012 which really held the audience spellbound. It was indeed a marvellous show, to say the least. The packed audience at the main auditorium of the Science City thoroughly enjoyed your premier-show as it was vastly research-oriented and professionally created. It also speaks for your sheer determination and utter dedication at the planning and implementation stages. You richly deserve a lot of kudos…”
(Left) Swami Vivekananda. Orange robe and ochre turban were a present from Maharaj Ajit Singh of Khetri, prior to Swamiji’s sailing for the USA.
(Right) Swamiji gives his famous message 'Arise, awake,
and stop not till the goal is reached".
(Below) Rave reviews from Ramakrishna Mission Institute of Culture, Golpark, Kolkata
Because of tremendous demand the show will be held at several cities in India through mid-January 2013, in addition to consecutive 10 days at Mahajati Sadan in December, and other Ramakrishna missions at metropolitan Calcutta. (For more pictures join Manick Sorcar at facebook)