SSSIHMS – Sri Sathya Sai Is The Heart Of Medical Science…

The hospital mission that was born out of the Sankalpa of The Lord Supreme, projecting the same as a role-model for the world to emulate is at 25 today. Commemorating the grand occasion, Team SSSIHMS presented a special dedication at Bhagawan’s Lotus Feet this evening on the story – genesis and legacy – of Bhagawan’s ‘Temple Of Healing’.

The offering was a multimedia-aided drama presentation entitled “SSSIHMS – Sri Sathya Sai Is The Heart Of Medical Science” depicting the monumental growth of the hospital from its inception in 1991. Ever since its inception, it has been a roller-coaster ride for the hospital, having been tendered at the Divine Hands of The Supreme Lord directly.

Reliving the history of the epochal mission, the presentation took the audience down the memory lane for the next over 100 minutes, narrating the story from the ‘word go’ to its current exalted position @ 25. Traversing through stories galore, the drama also enumerated in detail of the various departments, giving out statistical details.

Exploiting the unethical medical practice marred with commercialism rampant today,  the drama exposed the present plight, showing in contrast, how Bhagawan’s mere Sankalpa revolutionise the world at large.  In a nutshell, the 100-minute presentation spoke of the ‘Miracle Of Love’ of Sai, that is SSSIHMS, first of its kind in the medical history. Indeed Sathya Sai Is The Heart Of Medical Science.

Interestingly the drama had its protagonist in the form of Lord Ganesha, Who adorns the prime seat at the hospital, in the main prayer hall at the entrance. Lord Ganesha actively participated in the ‘drama discussions’, divulging in beautiful stories and details, blessing the staffers and SSSIHMS profusely. A rare tale of Medical His’Story’.

Earlier, the session commenced with a welcome dance “Anandam Thava Darshanam” by a group of tiny tots, children of staffers at the hospital.

Bhajans continued and the session concluded with Mangala Arathi at 1900 hrs.

II Samastha Lokah Sukhino Bhavantu II