Archive for 2017

Sai Melodies…Alumnae Band Of Anantapur Offering…

Recreating and reliving vivid, cherished memories of nostalgic golden touch, the Alumnae Band Of SSSIHL, Anantapur Campus under the banner ‘Sai Melodies’ offered a brief session of band music this morning here, in Prasanthi Nilayam. read more »

77th Avatar Declaration Day In Prasanthi Nilayam…

20th October is The Day of commemoration of the most stupendous announcement of all time. It was on the 20th day of the 10th month of the widely accepted Gregorian calendar  that the young Divine Sathyanarayana Raju asserted HimSelf as Sai Baba. read more »

Gujarati New Year In The Divine OmniPresence…

True to His famous saying Love My Uncertainty, while inviting one and all to love His uncertainty in the journey called life, it is He, Sai, Who pitches forward all the time helping, bailing out a sincere devotee in the face of any uncertainty. The Sai Youth from the State had a flavoured story on this topic this morning, well mixed with Bhagawan’s favourite theme of ‘Selfless Service’. read more »

Sabse Unchi Prem Sagai…on the life of Sant Surdas…

He blinded himself accepting a self-imposed punishment for a wrong-doing, of casting lustful eye on a woman. He was Bilwamangala whose madness for his earthly lover Chintamani landed him in this self-inflicted isolation. He may have lost his outer vision, but this self-inflicted punishment turned him completely inward, madly in love with his Beloved Krishna. This is the story of legendary Sant Surdas, who epitomised absolute surrender. read more »

Festival Of Lights In The Immediate Divine OmniPresence…

Celebrating the Festival Of Lights, Deepavali, echoing the beauty of the Advent of the New Year, Gujarati Saal Mubarak, devotees from Gujarat are in Prasanthi Nilayam, celebrating the twin occasion. read more »

Sa Vidya Ya Vimuktaye…

Highlighting Bhagawan’s Divine Sankalpa to impart quality ‘value-based’ spiritual education to the blossoming generation vide the Vidya Vahini programme, students  from Sri Sathya Sai Higher Secondary School, Vatadahosahalli, Chikkaballapur, Karnataka offered a dance drama entitled “Sa Vidya Ya Vimuktaye” this evening in the Divine OmniPresence at Prasnathi Nilayam. read more »

Feasting His Priceless Presence…Sai Sannidhi…

Feasting the unparalleled privilege of being in His immediate Presence…Proximity, students turned staffers from Bhagawan’s institutions in Puttaparthi, Bengaluru and Muddenahalli have assembled at the Sanctum Sanctorum celebrating ‘Sai Sannidhi Day’ this evening in Prasanthi Nilayam. Sai Sannidhi Day has been a regular feature in the Prasanthi Festive Calendar for past over a decade. read more »

Sri Sathya Sai General Hospital @ 62…

Sri Sathya Sai General Hospital is @ 62. The first ever hospital commissioned under the ‘banner’ of Sri Sathya Sai Baba is turning 62 on 4th October 2017. Celebrating the joyous occasion, the staffers from SSSGH presented a musical evening today  at the Sanctum Sanctorum in Prasanthi Nilayam. read more »

Mother Divine…

Though the curtains came down for the auspicious Devi Navaratri, the ever inseparable aspect for every Jiva, Mother Divine, is eternally alive…and man, with his heart full of love and devotion adores Her with varied names, seeing Her in varied forms… With Sai, as Supreme Mother Divine amidst us, this love flows perennially, …Love flows from deep within the core encircling, holding close the petal soft Lotus Feet of the Cherished Beloved…Precious Mother Sai…on this auspicious day…the culmination of Navaratri, writes Sri Jullie Chaudhuri ruminating on the festivity celebrating The Mother Divine… read more »

Grand Finale Of Prasanthi Vidhwan Mahasabha

After the grand culmination of the week-long Dasara Saptaha Jnana Yajna this morning, the other Yajna, Prasanthi Vidhwan Mahasabha came to a close this evening here, in the immediate Divine OmniPresence of Beloved Bhagawan. The highlight of the final session was a  special musical treat entitled ‘The Sacred Chants’ by the combined duo Ms Vinaya Karthik Rajan and Ms Saindhavi.

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