Gratitude Offering by Muddenahalli Campus…

Sri Sathya Sai Students when practising His precepts, living His Messages, serving the society as Messengers Of Sathya Sai become a boon to the world at large…and for these grateful bunch of  ideal students, while practising ‘Our Life Is His Message’,  their lives become an Expression Of Gratitude at their Master’s Lotus Feet.

This was the very theme of the gratitude offering by the youngest campus of SSSIHL, Muddenahalli, this evening here in Prasanthi Nilayam. The drama presentationwas titled ‘Hamara Bandhan’ and was offered by the 1st outgoing batch of undergraduate students from the Muddenhalli Campus.

Presenting the story of a journalist whose professional ventures take him to meet up with some of the most inspiring personnel in the society, the drama showcases three ideal men who tried to make a difference, serving the society with noble, righteous, ideal intentions. The threesome were Mr Raghavan, working with a medical firm, whose unflinching efforts to reduce the cost of the medicine to make them available at affordable prices to the common man, Mr Srinath, who ventured to start a school, running absolutely free of cost, serving the poor folk and Dr Sam who left his roaring medical practice to serve the poor at a very nominal fee of Rs 10 per patient.

Growing inquisitive, listening to the ‘adventures’ of Dr Sam, who repeatedly referred to His Master being his sole inspiration, the protagonist finally visits the Ashram with Dr Sam only to have an chance meeting with the other two…and to come to know that their lives were mastered bythe one and only – Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba, to Whom their lives become an Expression Of Eternal Gratitude.

Concluding the presentation, even as the students converged at the centre, the epochal announcement of the commencement of the Muddenahalli Campus by Bhagawan echoed the spacious Sai Kulwant Hall, bringing nostalgic memoirs of times with Beloved Swami.  The presentation came to an end with a group song of love for Beloved Bhagawan.

All the students were felicitated and bhajans continued. Mangala Arathi was offered at 1805 hrs. marking the end of the session.

II Samastha Lokah Sukhino Bhavantu II