Archive for the ‘Prasanthi News’ Category

Enlivening ‘Sathya Sai’ Figure Installed…

Sri Sathya Sai Prasanthi Nilayam today recreated one of the momentous moments during Bhagawan’s Physical Presence, eighteen summers ago, that had its tale linking to Bhagawan’s specific instance. read more »

Ekam Sat Vipra Bahudha Vadanti – by Adilabad Youth

Prayerfully attempting to remind the humanity of the supreme significance of Sanathana Dharma, the Elixir Of Spiritual Life and Existence in general, the combined Parthi Yatra contingent from Adilabad districts offered a drama entitled ‘Ekam Sat Vipra Bahudha Vadanti’ this evening at the Sanctum Sanctorum in Prasanthi Nilayam.  Ekam Sat Vipra Bahudha Vadanti is an Upanishadic statement from the yore, meaning One God Is Worshipped In Different Names. Presenting yet another commentary of Bharat’s eternal religion, Sanathana Dharma, that has Vedas and Sastras as twin eyes, the presentation this evening dissected the infinite treasure-house of India’s great Vedia and Scientific knowledge, emphasising on the thematic Upanishadic title.  read more »

Sanathana Bharati – dance drama by Adilabad Balvikas

Bharatha Desa has been beautified by the two eyes of Vedas and Sastras, said Bhagawan, discoursing on the infinite beauty of Sanathana Bharati. Taking a cue from Bhagawan’s teachings on the Sanathana Dharma of India or Bharat, the Balvikas children of the Parthi Yatra team of combined districts of Adilabad from Telangana presented a programme entitled ‘Sanathana Bharati’, on the more-often-untold beauty of the immaculately significant Bharatiya culture.  read more »

Tum Se Tum Tak…Gratitude Offering by Muddenahalli Students…

Where gratitude becomes the highest of all values, Prasanthi Nilayam comes with repeated reminders of being in love with the same, being Grateful, transforming one’s life into Expressions Of Love n’ Gratitude. read more »

Grand Culmination To Maha Shivarathri Akhanda Bhajan

The night-long sadhana of Maha Shivarathri Akhanda Bhajan came to a grand culmination this morning with the offering of Maha Mangala Arathi to Bhagawan at the SaiEaswara Lingam. read more »

Maha Shivarathri Akhanda Bhajan Commences…

The sacred darshan ground, Sai Kulwant Hall that fondled the Ultimate Physical Frame Of Supreme Divinity turned exuberantly festive this evening in anticipation of the grandeur of the Holy Night Of Lord Shiva, Maha Shivarathri. read more »

Auspicious Maha Shivarathri In Prasanthi Nilayam

Today is auspicious Maha Shivarathri, the Great Night Of Lord Shiva! Engulfed with a euphoric feeling of golden days in the past, of the times with Beloved Bhagawan Who is verily Shiva-Shakthi incarnated, Prasanthi turned resplendent this auspicious morning charged with holistic vibrations. Colourful and comprehensive themes paraded all over decorating the otherwise dazzling venue, the Sai Kulwant Hall, with the Sanctum Sanctorum shining with Divine effulgence.  read more »

Bhakti Prabhavam – Dance Offering by Prasanthi Dance Group

With Maha Shivarathri, the sacrosanct Night Of Lord Shiva, just a day away, Prasanthi Dance Group comprising of students from Sai educational institutions presented a ‘dance’ offering titled Bhakti Prabhavam this evening in Prasanthi Nilayam. The theme for the evening was based on a tale from the famed Pandia Kingdom of Varaguna Pandian of the era, AD 800-830. read more »

Gratitude Season Commences…

Sri Sathya Sai Prasanthi Nilayam ever brings in the highest feeling of Love reminding folks around the supreme significance of gratitude. On these twin qualities, He said once, that one’s life should be an expression of Love n’ Gratitude. Come February-March Prasanthi Nilayam comes in with salient reminders of gratitude, with the passing out batches of students from the educational institutions line up offering gratitude programmes. read more »

Nalgonda Parthi Yatra…

A massive contingent of Parthi Yatra devotees from the Telangana district of Nalgonda presented an evening of love and gratitude at Bhagawan’s Lotus Feet this evening in Prasanthi Nilayam.
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