Sai Is Rama; Sai Is Krishna…

Is Sri Sathya Sai the Self-Same Sri Rama and Sri Krishna? How many of us vouch to take this statement that demands unflinching faith?…vowing in the Supreme Godhood Of Sri Sathya Sai???

After tens and thousands of years, crossing even millennia, Sri Rama and Sri Krishna are adored and worshipped as Godly incarnations. What about Sri Sathya Sai, Who, out of supreme munificence, declared HimSelf as the Sarvadevataateeta Swarupa, The One Who Is Beyond All God Forms…? The dance-drama presentation this evening by the Tamil Nadu Sai contingent of Balvikas and Youth dealt with this theme, reasserting the Truth Beyond All Truths, reiterating to the world that Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai is verily the Self-Same Rama and Self-Same Krishna. The drama under the title “Sai Rama Sai Krishna” discussed in detail the theme vide episodes from the epical stories involving Sri Rama and Sri Krishna, drawing parallels from the illustrious life of Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai, affirming with great conviction that Sri Sathya Sai Is Sai Rama and Sai Krishna.

Two youths devoted to Lord Rama and Krishna respectively enters the house of a senior Sai devotee, who was into worshipping Sri Sathya Sai. Pessimistic on the worship of Living God, the two youngsters, ignoramus of the Sri Sathya Sai divinity, pauses a most relevant question to the devotee and thus the storyline for the evening session.

The subtle, yet profoundly impacting story of the Sai Mission was revealed next vide a series of episodes, reaffirming the Truth Beyond All Truths that, Sri Sathya Sai God Supreme.

The episodes for the evening involved the story of Jayanta, son of Lord Indra, Dadhibandava’s devotion to Lord Krishna, Lord Rama’s Mathrubhakthi and Lord Krishna’s rescuing mission of the Pandavas before a final theme song on the Glory Of Sri Sathya Sai.

All the episodes had relevant parallels from His Story, i.e, teh story of Mass Upanayanam and initiation of youngsters into Gayathri Mantra and higher spirituality by the Divine Hands Of Sri Sathya Sai, Bala Sai’s greater reverence and vice versa story, by Bhagawan’s illustrious grandfather Ratnakaram Kodama Raju, the unparalleled story of Karanam Subamma, young Sathya’s foster mother, and the story of Bhagawan saving an innocent devotee, His classmate from Bukkapatanam during the mid-sixties, from a falsely inflicted litigation, etc.

Bhajans continued and the session ended with Mangala Arathi at 1845 hrs.

II Samastha Lokah Sukhino Bhavantu II