Category Archives: Sai
Do you remember? I am Sathya Sai Baba of Puttaparthi. – Sri Sathya Sai Baba in a Letter to V.R. Krishna Kumar, 1946 ‘Sa’ means Divine; ‘ai’ or ‘ayi’ means Mother and ‘Baba’ means Father. The Name, Sai Baba means … Continue reading
“The Avatar comes to reveal man to himself, to restore to him his birthright of inner Bliss. He does not found a new creed, to breed a new faction, to instill a new God. If such happens, it is the … Continue reading
O, Son of Eswaramba! O, resplendent majestic One! Dawn is breaking in the East. The daily tasks of divinity which you have undertaken, have to be accomplished therefore, Awake! O, Lord Sathya Sai!
Global Akhanda Bhajan, the timeless intonation promoting Universal Peace and Harmony is one of the most significant and far-reaching annual spiritual exercise initiated by Bhagawan way back in the mid forties. Ever since, every second week-end of the month of … Continue reading
Love is My form… Truth is My breath… Bliss is My food. My Life is My Message… Expansion is My Life. No season for Love, no reason for Love, No Birth no Death. Prema, Sathya, Ananda, Dharma, Shanthi, Ahimsa. Shirdi … Continue reading
Deepavali, the festival of Lights is celebrated on the new moon day in the month of ‘Ashwin’ of the Indian lunar Calendar. It usually falls in late October or early November. Deepavali or Diwali, , is a festival of lights … Continue reading
Guided Jyoti (Light) Meditation (Audio Source Unknown) As regards the technique of meditation, different teachers and trainers give different forms of advice. But I shall give you now the most universal and the most effective form. This is the very … Continue reading
BORDER OF HEAVEN GATEWAY TO THE GODS, SOLEMNLY SITS THE GOLDEN EAGLE WATCHING ALL WHO APPROACH THE HOLY WORD.
Dasara or Navaratri is a ten day festival, usually falling in the month of October, that is celebrated all over India in the worship of the Divine as the Mother principle. Bhagawan has explained that the festival of Dasara is … Continue reading
Ganesha Chaturthi is celebrated on the Chaturthi, i.e., the fourth day of Indian lunar month of Bhadrapada. It usually falls in the month of September in the English calendar. Lord Ganesha, the elephant-headed God is usually worshipped before commencing any … Continue reading
Krishnastami Celebrations in the Divine Presence Bhagawan has declared that Lord Krishna’s advent took place at 3 a.m. on 20th July, 3228 B.C, the Ashtami Day (eighth day after full moon) under the star ‘Rohini’ in the dark fortnight.(Krishna Paksha) … Continue reading