Archive for 2021

Prasanthi Guru Purnima 2021 – Evening Session

Post the morning session that witnessed the inception of the Sri Sathya Sai Global Council, the Prasanthi Mandir Bhajan Group presented a soul-stirring devotional this evening in Prasanthi Nilayam. The musical was preceded by a Sri Sathya Sai Vidya Vahini programme followed by Bhagawan’s Divine discourse, aired on the public address system.  read more »

Holy Guru Purnima In Prasanthi Nilayam

Today is holy Guru Purnima. The holy festival of Guru Purnima comes with a ‘sailent’ reminder to one and all of the ‘first-ever message of Bhagawan as ‘Young Sathya’ of fourteen years, and the message was: Manasa Bhajare Guru Charanam…Dusthara Bhava Sagara Tharanam, exhorting one and all to worship the Lotus Feet Of The SadhGuru in mind, enabling one to cross the worldly ocean of Samsara. read more »

“Time since Krishna…? I Am Krishna. Where is Time?”

Bhagawan Sri Krishna is called Shyamala Komala, meaning The Beauty With Deep Blue Complexion, and the colour deep blue or shyamala stands for Infinity…Eternity. After granting a most mysterious soul-stirring Shyamala Krishna Darshan in a moving car ‘with Bhagawan’, Bhagawan, upon answering to an inquisitive Dr John Hislop, much later, explained it thus: Oh! That? Whenever there is something of unfathomable depth, it appears to be deep blue.” read more »

Sri Sathya Sai Aradhana Mahotsavam

Rejoicing the incomparable OmniPresence of Beloved Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai, a host of Carnatic musical talents from the south of India assembled at the Sanctum Sanctorum in Prasanthi Nilayam, presenting the traditional “Sai Pancharatnas” on the auspicious Sri Sathya Sai Aradhana Mahotsavam this morning. read more »

There Is No Greater Sadhana Than Oneness

Lack of recognition of the principle of Oneness is mainly responsible for the conflicts and calamities in the world around, discoursed Bhagawan long ago, exhorting on the greater need for developing Oneness of all. How often we are privileged with such a Mighty Compassionate Divine Presence in the physical, Who speaks out in the open,  ‘I Am yours, you are Mine,’ `You and I Are one’?!? Read on Bhagawan’s Divine discourse delivered on 25th August 1999, on the auspicious occasion of Onam.  read more »

Divine discourse and bhajans by Vizag devotees…

Bhagawan’s Divine discourse followed by bhajans by the Vizag devotees marked the evening session of Ugadi festivity in Prasanthi Nilayam. read more »

Holy Ugadi In Prasanthi Nilayam

Today marks the commencement of the Telugu New Year, called Ugadi. Ugadi marks New Year’s Day for Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Karnataka and Maharashtra. While this festival is known as Ugadi in Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka, the same is celebrated as Gudi Padva in Maharashtra.  read more »

Supreme Mother Kundalini

Kundalini Sakthi is the evolutionary power in the human system that starts Its journey from the Muladhara Chakra at the base traversing towards the Sahasrara Chakra, completing the journey of human spiritual evolution, the merger of Shakti with Shiva, Self-Realisation. Dr PV Shankar from the US had the great good fortune of learning the real essence of ‘the yoga’ from Bhagawan directly. Read on the ‘essence’ from the author, extracted from his book, SAI ANTARVANI.  read more »

“Mother Always Comes First”

He Is often called Sai Maa, Mother Sai, Who Is verily The Supreme Creator. From That Hiranya Garbha of Sri Sathya Sai emerged this vast physical creation and the many mysterious realms of existence, that Mother Sai is verily The Surpeme Source n’ Force. On Earth, He preached the supreme importance of Motherhood, which always stands first and foremost.  A beautiful illustration on the beauty called ‘Mother!’ by Ms Loraine Burrows from the UK, livng in Thailand. read more »

Grand Culmination To Maha Shivarathri Celebrations

Shivarathri 2021 came to a grand culmination this morning in Prasanthi Nilayam. The session this morning commenced at 0430 hrs with the chanting of Sri Sathya Sai Suprabhatam. Bhajans continued until 0600 hrs, and ended with Bhagawan ‘singing’ ‘Shiva Shiva Shiva Shambho… Hara Hara Hara Shambho’. Maha Mangala Arathi followed marking the grand culmination. Sanctified Prasadam, tamarind rice and sweet pudding, was distributed to the entire assemblage of devotees.   read more »