Sri Chinmoy day in San Francisco

The devotion, dedication and hard work of Sri Chinmoy’s disciples in San Francisco has achieved most significant results. During his five-day visit to his West Coast Centres early this month, Sri Chinmoy was honoured in San Francisco by the official proclamation of Sri Chinmoy Day. Following is a reproduction of the Mayoral Proclamation.

Sri Chinmoy also visited his Victoria, B.C., Canada Centre on the same trip, and while there, met with Roman Catholic Bishop Remi De Roo. A large photo of that meeting was given a prominent spot in a local newspaper. (see p. 22).



The Sri Chinmoy Centre of San Francisco is being honored by a visit from their founder Sri Chinmoy Ghose from October 12 through October 17, 1975.

Sri Chinmoy is a prominent interdenominational religious leader and is currently the Director of the United Nations Meditation Group in New York City, a monthly lecturer at the United Nations, and the head of a non-governmental representative organization at the U.N. During the past ten years in which Mr. Ghose has lived in the United States, he has acquired a very distinguished reputation as an author and lecturer and is currently a nominee for the Nobel Prize in Literature.

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Joseph L. Alioto, Mayor of the City and County of San Francisco, do hereby proclaim SRI CHINMOY DAY in San Francisco, October 13, 1975.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the Seal of the City and County of San Francisco to be affixed this sixth day of October, nineteen hundred and seventy-five.

Joseph L. Alioto