Archive for the ‘Prasanthi News’ Category

Easwaramma Day In Prasanthi Nilayam…

He searched for a womb as pure as ‘pure’ can be… and His eyes fell on her… The reference to ‘He’ is pointing towards the ‘Supreme Most’ Divine Persona creation has ever witnessed, Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai and the third person reference is about His Chosen Mother – Mother Easwaramma. Prasanthi Nilayam reminisced the fondest memories of the Divine Duo of Mother and Son yesterday, celebrating Easwaramma Day with devotional fervour marked with a celestially uplifting musical offering by the students. read more »

Sai Sadhana – Sai Aradhana

The Supreme Resolve when ‘resolved’ to embody in physical as Sri Sathya Sai with His matchless supreme potency, The Resolve had willed His script to be full of mystery-tales, true to the attribute – Anantam, Ajnaatam, Avarnaneeyam – Infinite, Mysterious and Indescribable. …And in the process, the day of 24th April earned its due, not for a very savouring reason, but by hosting the pronouncement of His exit from the physical plane. Ever since that day in April 2011, for the past five years, 24th April has been the day of Sri Sathya Sai Aradhana Mahotsavam. read more »

Abhirami Ajai Sings To The Heart Of The Divine!!!

When heart sings with the voice originating from its deep recesses, it turns out to be the voice of the Soul… When the voice of the Soul takes over, it touches hearts many, awakening individual souls within. This evening, on the concluding day of the 2- day Vishu celebrations by Kerala, upcoming singer from the State,  Kum Abhirami Ajai sang herself into the heart of her Beloved Bhagawan and thus to many a heart present in the spacious Sai Kulwant Hall. The offering was titled – Sai Premadhaara, Stream Of Sai’s Love. read more »

Sampradaya Bhajan by Sanal Kumar Varma & Team…

Loud, high-pitched and traditional – Bhajan singing takes a different turn with the ‘three’ coming together, turning it to incitingly ecstatic. Bhajan that has been an integral part of everyday Prasanthi  sessions took a detour this evening when a group of devotional singers led by Sri Sanal Kumar Varma from Kozhikode presented a ‘traditional’ Sampradaya Bhajan at  Bhagawan’s Lotus Feet here, in Prasanthi Nilayam. The programme was organised as part of the ongoing Vishu celebrations. read more »

Vishu Celebrations Begin…

Presenting a unique theme of fusion music, devotees from ‘God’s Own Country’ – Kerala began their 2-day Vishu celebrations this morning here, in Prasanthi Nilayam. read more »

Violin Sisters regale on Tamil New Year Day…

A captivating Violin concert by Internationally acclaimed “Violin Sisters” Dr M Lalitha and Smt M Nandini from Chennai marked the end of the 3-day Cultural Festival by Tamil Nadu on the occasion of the vernacular New Year, that began today. Hailing from an illustrious musical family, the ‘violin-sisters’ are the torchbearers of unique, rich musical tradition. read more »

Saxophone Concert by Kalaimamani M Jayakumar & Party…

Today, on the eve of Tamil New Year, noted saxophonist Kalaimamani Sri M Jayakumar & Party presented a Saxophone concert at Bhagawan’s Divine Lotus Feet, as part of the ongoing 3-day Tamil New Year celebrations here, in Prasanthi Nilayam. read more »

Tamil New Year Celebrations begin…

Tamil and Malayalam New Years are forthcoming and beating the scorching summer, Prasanthi Nilayam is in a celebration mood.  The twin New Years fall on 14th April and commemorating the occasions, both the State units of Sathya Sai Organisation are having a feast of Cultural Presentations lined up for the next five days, 3 days by Tamil Nadu followed by Kerala for two days, from 12th April until 16th April. read more »

Ugadi Morning…

Celebrating Telugu New Year, Ugadi, Prasanthi listened to the profound words of Divine Wisdom of Beloved Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba this morning here, in Prasanthi Nilayam. Earlier the morning function began with Veda chanting that was followed by Panchanga Shravanam by noted vedic scholar Sri Kuppa Siva Subrahmanya Avadhani Garu. This new year is named Durmukhi. read more »

Festival Of Colours, Holi, in Prasanthi Nilayam…

Holi, one of the most boisterous and colourful festivals of India, is being celebrated in the immediate Divine OmniPresence here, in Prasanthi Nilayam. Over 500 devotees from the twin States of Bihar and Jharkhand are participating the festivity spanning two days, today and tomorrow. The festival that marks the beginning of spring season every year falls on the full moon day of the Hindu calendar Phalgum. Holi has been a festive feast in the Prasanthi festive calendar ever since Bhagawan’s Divine Consent in 2005. read more »