Archive for the ‘Prasanthi News’ Category

Mother & Motherland…Dance Drama by Sathya Sai Vidya Vihar, Aluva…

Post the morning presentation depicting “Draupadi” as epitome of Motherhood by the Kerala Balvikas, students from Sathya Sai Vidya Vihar, Aluva, Kerala came up with an enchanting theme of motherhood, presenting a dance drama entitled “Mother & Motherland” this penultimate evening of the ongoing 3-day Onam celebrations here, in Prasanthi Nilayam. read more »

Onam Celebrations Continue…

As festive Onam celebrations continue in the Divine OmniPresence, this evening on day-1, the session was marked by a guest speech, a special programme on SRP and a musical offering here, in Prasanthi Nilayam. read more »

Onam Festivity Begins In Prasanthi Nilayam…

Kerala’s prestigious harvest festival “Onam” that marks the annual homecoming of the mythical Emperor Mahabali is back. Devotees from the State are in Prasanthi Nilayam to celebrate the final three days of the festivity, Pooradam, Uthradam and Thiruvonam as per the vernacular calendar, in the immediate Divine OmniPresence. As per the tradition back in Kerala, Uthradam is considered as first Onam followed by Thiru Onam or Thiruvonam, the main festive day. read more »

Ganesha Immersion at Prasanthi Nilayam…

Prasanthi gave a grand farewell to Lord Ganesha, came in 21 different hues, which were taken for a symbolic immersion this evening in the immediate Divine OmniPresence. The ‘immersion’ of Lord Ganesha idol represents man’s evolution from Sakara to Nirakara.  Ganesha immersion on the third day of Ganesh Chaturthi has been a dotted event, most boisterous, in the Prasanthi festive calendar for many years, often blessed by the incomparable physical presence of Beloved Bhagawan.  read more »

Odisha Parthi Yatra…

Odisha Parthi Yatra 2017 donned a different colour this time in contrary to the previous years, as this year the Lord HimSelf embarked on a Ratha Yatra, traversing a distance of 1400 kms in 11 days to reach the holy Abode at Prasanthi Nilayam. Named as ‘Puri Parthi Prema Plabana Yatra’, the Chariot Procession started on the 14th of August to reach Prasanthi Nilayam on 25th, attended by 40 dedicated youth from the State. read more »

Auspicious Vinayaka Chaturthi…

Ganapathi is called Vinayaka because there is no master above Him. He is all powerful and independent. Without recognizing the esoteric significance of the Vinayaka Principle, people look only at the external form and offer worship in mundane terms. - Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba read more »

Penultimate Session Of All India Medical Conference…

The penultimate session of the ongoing All India Medical Conference featured an extension of Sri Sathya Sai Dhanwanthari Seva Award Ceremony, a book release, an inspirational speech by the All India President of SSSSO-India and a short video presentation this Sunday morning here, in Prasanthi Nilayam. read more »

National Medical Conference Gets Underway…

The National Medical Conference under the auspices of Sri Sathya Sai Seva Organisations got underway this morning in a glittering function held in the hallowed Prasanthi precincts in the immediate Divine Omnipresence of Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba. Over 1500 medicos and paramedics are attending the 2-day Conference being organised for the first time. The Conference is themed after “Reaching Holistic Healthcare At Doorstep”. read more »

2-Day National Medical Conference…

Over 1500 medicos and paramedics are to attend a 2-day National Medical Conference to be held on August 19 to  20 in Prasanthi Nilayam under the auspices of Sri Sathya Sai Seva Organisations – India. read more »

Music College Boys Regale With Twin Themes…

When two grand occasions combined together on a single day, Sri Krishna Janmashtami and the National Independence Day, feasting the occasion, blossoming buds from the Sathya Sai Mirpuri College Of Music offered a musical entitled “Sai Gopala – Deshapalak” this evening here, in Prasanthi Nilayam. Beginning with a patriotic number, the programme for the next more than an hour had alternate tunes set to the twin themes of Sri Krishna Janmashtami and National Independence Day.   read more »