Tag Archives: Sathya Sai Baba

Maha Shivaratri – 21st February 2020

The festival of Maha Shivarathri is one of the most important festivals in India. It falls on the 14th day of the (Krishna Paksha) dark fortnight of the Magha month of the Hindu calendar. The very word ‘Shivarathri’ means auspicious … Continue reading

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Offerings to Sai Shiva – Maha Shivaratri

At the Shivalayam Temple (Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba’s Birthplace) Puttaparthi, India on Maha Shivaratri – 7th March 2016 (Morning) Five pujaris (priests) performed abhishekams to Lord Sai Shiva. Maha Rudrabhishekam Special offerings were made to the Lord Shiva. The … Continue reading

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Christmas 2019

There was a huge halo of splendour illuminating the sky over the village when Christ was born. This meant that He, who was to overcome the darkness of evil and ignorance had taken birth, that He will spread the Light … Continue reading

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Sathya Sai Baba’s 94th Birthday – 23rd November 2019

“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

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108 Precious Gems

108 Names of Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba

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Rathotsavam – 18th November 2019

(Rathotsavam – 18th November 2008) Photo by author Subsequent to the Divine Marriage, ‘The Divine Couple’ along with Lord Venugopala Swami were escorted out in a royal procession as part of the annual Rathotsavam. ‘The Gods’ mounted on a chariot … Continue reading

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Veda Purusha Sapthaha Jnana Yagna (2 – 8 October 2019)

Veda Purusha Sapthaha Jnana Yagna During Dasara Celebrations the Yagnam commences with the rubbing of wooden blocks to produce fire through friction. Thereafter, the sacred fire thus produced, is placed in the ‘Yagna Kunda’ (the sacrificial altar into which oblations … Continue reading

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Ganesh Chaturthi – 2nd September 2019

 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

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Sri Krishna Janmashtami – 23 & 24 August 2019

Bhagawan had 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) of Shravana Masa in the year … Continue reading

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Guru Poornima – 16th July 2019

Guru Poornima is the full moon day in the month of ‘Ashada’, the fourth month in the Indian lunar calendar, corresponding to end of June or early July. It is also called ‘Vyasa Poornima’, as this full moon day marks … Continue reading

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Easwaramma Day – 6th May

A Living Scripture on Ideal Womanhood (A Radio Sai Presentation) May 6th every year, is celebrated as Easwaramma Day, commemorating the anniversary of the passing away of the saintly lady who was blessed to be mother to the Avatar of … Continue reading

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Easter

Jesus said that the bread taken in the “last supper” was his flesh, and the wine, his blood. He meant that all beings alive with flesh and blood are to be treated as he himself and that no distinction should … Continue reading

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