Singapore: The Brahma Kumaris Rajayoga Centre in Singapore jointly organized a program with the Sri Sivan Temple in Geylang East on the occasion of Maha Shivratri festival.
In a well-equipped 68-foot tent, a beautifully hand-crafted Diamond ShivLing was on display. Next to it, a part of the tent was transformed into a mini-theatre, with seating capacity of 55, to feature a 3-dimensional production on the significance of Shivratri and Rajayoga concepts. The President of the Sri Sevan Temple inaugurated the Diamond Lingam and mini 3-D theatre.
Minister for Communications and Information and Member of the Singapore Parliament Mr. S Iswaran, and Member of Singapore Parliament Mr. Murali Pillai visited the booth and were impressed by the exhibition.
The entire exhibition was a resounding success, attracting an estimated 8,000 people throughout the day and night. More than 3,000 people were given knowledge through the 3-D experience and some 10,000 blessing cards were distributed. Zee TV (Tamil) will also be featuring an interview.