Sherry Sherry's Trip to India
February 2003

Swami Feb 2003 Rev. Sherry Sherry, her husband, Rev. Altazar Smith, in Vrindavan,at Vatsalyagram (Affection Village) with Swami Parmanandji, & Swami Rhitambraji (Didi Maa), February 2003 Sherry Delhi Rev. Sherry in Delhi with some of the children from one of the Affection Families.

Affection Family Children 3 of the children in Delhi
Where Rev. Sherry was
staying with one of the
Affection Families
during part of her visit

Altazar Delhi Rev. Altazar Smith in Delhi with some of the
children from one of the Affection Families.

Pujya Rev. Sherry and her husband Altazar receive pujya with Swamiji at a private home in Jhansi, India Sherry in 250 year old temple Rev. Sherry in 250+ year old
temple in Jalon India where she gave a talk to over 10,000 attendees at one of Swami's gatherings.
Solar System donation Solar Water Heating system
donated by Rev. Altazar Smith
of American Solar LLC (Virginia USA), and Rev. Sherry to Akhand Param Dham Ashram in Haridwar India to Swami Parmanandji February 2003.

 Solar donation

10,000 attendees Gathering of 10,000+ people that
Rev. Sherry spoke to in Jalon India
at Swamiji's teachings

children's school Rev. Sherry Sherry & Rev. Altazar Smith at children's school provided free of cost to children of construction workers at Vatsalyagram (Affection Village) in Vrindavan (Birth place of Lord Krishna).  Children are provided free education, uniforms and meals by Swamiji.
   Children's school
Birthplace Feb. 2003 trip to India Rev. Sherry, Swami Parmanandji,
and Rev. Altazar Smith at Swamiji's
birthplace in a remote part of India.

swami Rev. Altazar Smith with Swami Satyanand
(English translator) at roof top luncheon in Jalon

swami Rev. Altazar Smith with Swami Pracahsanan,
(administrator of Swami's educational programs and colleges), at girls college near Swamiji's birthplace

girls college Students attending Girls College provided by Swamiji near his birth
place in a remote region of India. This program provides, schooling, meals,
transportation (or lodging if needed) and uniforms
for the girls for a tuition of 20 cents per month.
Scholarship is provided for families that cannot
afford the 20 cents monthly tuition.