Archive for the ‘Prasanthi News’ Category

70 Years of Indian Independence Celebrated…

Celebrating 70 glorious years of Bharat’s independence, the students of Bhagawan’s educational Institutions gathered to reminisce the countless sacrifices made for every Indian’s freedom, to extol the glory of this magnificent Nation and relive the massages of freedom and independence, given by Beloved Bhagawan. read more »

Sadhguru Sandesham…

18 July: Ahead of the ensuing auspicious Gurupurnima falling on 19th July, postgraduate students from Sri Sathya Sai Institute Of Higher Learning, Prasanthi Nilayam Campus presented a thematic drama entitled “Sadhguru Sandesham” last evening here in, Prasanthi Nilayam. read more »

Ashadi Ekadashi Celebrations end…

Two spirited concerts, a Violin concert by Pt Milind Raikar followed by a Hindustani concert by Pandita Padmaja Talwalkar marked the end of 2-day Ashadi celebrations yesterday here in, Prasanthi Nilayam. read more »

Dance Ballet on Sant Savata Mali…

Don’t run after God, instead make Him a permanent Resident in your heart. This line of wisdom stands logically correct in terms of winning The Ultimate Goal of salvation. The land that is often proclaimed as the ‘Land Of The Saints’, Maharashtra, is superlatively rich with such towering personalities, who with their unique mode of devotion have won the Heart Of The Supreme Divine. One such name is that of Sant Savata Mali who lived during the early 12th century. read more »

Ashadi Ekadashi Morning

Prasanthi turned gripped in Maratha festive fervour this morning as twin Indian States of Maharashtra and Goa celebrated Holy Ashadi Ekadashi in the Divine Omnipresence of Bhagawan here in, Prasanthi Nilayam. read more »

Sathya Sai World Youth Festival Concludes…

The first ever Sathya Sai World Youth Festival – 2016 at the auspices of Sathya Sai Organisations – India and World-wide came to a grand finale this evening marked with three exhilarating speeches, a Divine discourse followed by a stimulating ‘Symphony For Sai’ here in, Prasanthi Nilayam. read more »

Sathya Sai World Youth Festival – 2016 – Day – 2

The second day of the Sathya Sai World Youth Festival began at the break of dawn with the ‘Mornings at Hill View’ session. The young delegates took part in invigorating physical training activities at the Hill view Stadium, including yoga, Qi Gong, Tai Chi, volleyball, basketball, football and a hike to the Hanuman statue at the summit of the hill that overlooks the stadium. read more »

Sathya Sai World Youth Festival 2016 commences…

Celebrating the joy of Youth, proclaiming “Love Is The Source… Love Is The Path… Love Is The Goal”, over 3200 Sai Youth from over  68 countries gathered at the spacious Sai Kulwant Hall marking the commencement of the first ever Sathya Sai World Youth Festival – 2016 yesterday, 12 July, here in Prasanthi Nilayam. The theme for the 3-day festival is Love Is The Source… Love Is The Path… Love Is The Goal. read more »

Summer Course In Indian Culture and Spirituality – Day 2

The second day of the Summer Course in Indian Culture & Spirituality, after the invocatory Vedam Chanting, started with a session on ‘Living with God is True Education’. Teachers and scholars recollected the beautiful memories and lessons learnt at the Lotus Feet of Bhagawan when He blessed a drama—Bhaja Govindam—that had a prestigious ten oncores in different places. These included the fact that feelings are more important than the paraphernalia, Swami did not select the qualified, He qualified the selected and Sai’s philosophy is not about running away from the world. It is about discovering the immanence of the Creator in the world. read more »

Summer Course In Indian Culture and Spirituality – 2016

Summer Course In Indian Culture and Spirituality for the Sri Sathya Sai Educational Institutions commenced yesterday (17th June) at the Poornachandra Auditorium amidst serene devotional ambeince. The Summer Course serves as an induction programme to all students and teachers of Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Learning with an objective to expose students of the university to the rich cultural and spiritual heritage of Bharat. It orients students into Bhagawan’s educational philosophy and gives them deep, first hand insights into how they can directly benefit from this unique institution. read more »