We received the following account from an old-time devotee and ashram resident: My name is Radhika Nair, and I feel it is important to share my story and my experience of life with Amma and with Gail Tredwell. Our family,… Read More ›
We received the following account from an old-time devotee: To one and all– 30 years ago I traveled to India to meet Amma, in November of 1983, at her family compound, Idamannel. At that time there were only six westerners,… Read More ›
We received the following account from an old-time devotee: My name is Anu Iyer and I met Amma in 1987 in Palo Alto at the home of our good family friends. My sister and I immediately felt connected to Amma,… Read More ›
We received the following account from an old-time devotee and ashram resident: Hello. My name is Kristy and I want to share my story. I was living in the ashram when Gail Tredwell (Gayatri) left. For reasons still unknown to… Read More ›
“I read your post titled “The Real Mata Amritanandamayi” and felt inspired to write something of my own. Perhaps you can post it, if you like. It is my experience of being in Amma’s ashram during the tsunami, which struck… Read More ›
MYTH: Sources of Mata Amritanandamayi Math’s foreign funds are “suspicious.” REALITY: The foreign funds of the Mata Amritanandamayi Math come from the hundreds of thousands of people who attend Amma’s programs and donate. We do so because we want to… Read More ›
MYTH: Satnam Singh Mann was beaten in Amritapuri Ashram. REALITY: Although Satnam Singh Mann violently charged towards Amma in his underwear, no one in Amritapuri Ashram harmed him in anyway. Devotees simply surrounded Amma to prevent Mann from getting to her,… Read More ›
Welcome. It’s likely that you have arrived here because you’ve heard some of the rumors, scandals and allegations of fraud regarding Amma (Mata Amritanandamayi) and her charitable organizations. So have we. This blog represents our search for the truth.