• Sri Kalki Peedum Society

    Sri Kalki Peedum Society was first officially formed on 22nd July 1998 in Singapore. We are a non-profit registered society. Our Mission is to guide and foster people in spiritual upgrading by regularly conducting Bhajans, Japas, Meditation, Bhagavad-Gita classes.We also do our part for the society by helping the needy through the Food Relief Service program

  • Food Relief Servive

    Food Relief Service (FRS) was officially formed on 27th December 2009 to help people in poverty. Our aim is to gather anyone with a good heart to come under one-roof to serve all. This is going to be an on-going humanity service and as such, we welcome all those who have the passion to help others in need

  • Bakthi Class

    The aim of these class is to promote and cultivate basic divine knowledge in children. They should be taught early at young age to guide them through the spiritual path. The coverage of the classes are on the basic types of prayers, the different mantras for the different deities and meanings for the different types of prayers/mantras/procedures. Read more to find out more details on registration.

  • Gallery

    Watch our videos under the gallery tab and witness the activities such as Guru Sri Kalki's birthdays, prayers, bhajans and videos of general interest that we conduct at our humble peedum. Check out our NEW Section on Guru's song album!

Snake Stick - Foot Prints

Sri Kalki Peedum Society / ஸ்ரீ கல்கி பீடும் சங்கம்

Foot Prints

You must have read about the life story of our Honorable Guru Sri Kalki Jothi. It is written that since he was 5 years old, ‘Mother Kaliamman' became his respectable guru and guardian. These are ‘her' footprints embedded on our marble flooring at our premises that appeared two weeks after we shifted in which was about 7 years ago.

Mother's Foot Print

Snake Stick

Shown here is the ‘Snake Cane', which he received from a huge snake at the age of five while he was playing near a chicken pen in Mersing. The snake after placing ‘it' in front of him carried its head high and tapped on the ground 3 times and slithered away without a trace.

Kempas Durga Amman temple was founded by our guru. The presiding ‘mother' appeared in his dreams. This temple has been there for more than 80 years. On those early years, ‘she' was worshipped as ‘Snake Goddess'. People have seen various colored snakes and huge pythons at this place but they never harm others. Nobody knows from where they come and go.

Once a snake slithered on his chest while he was resting on the field after some training. It went away quietly after been told by our guru to leave. On those days, a cobra used to lie down quietly in his prayer altar. About 2 years back, a snake tried to enter our present premises but was stopped by a disciple so it slithered into a hole nearby. I think that ‘the snake like cane' can be a symbol of their relationship.

Snake Stick Head View