Monthly Archive: April 2013
In this momentous discourse delivered nearly 50 years ago on the birthday of Lord Rama, Baba gives the formula for liberation: ardent devotion couched in detachment from the world. In the Garudapurana [a Hindu
Sri Sathya Sai Baba, the sage of Puttaparthi in Andhra Pradesh, is well known in India and abroad as the great Indian preceptor preaching the sermon of following the fourfold path of satya [truth],
Sri Sanjay Sahani, a former Sai student, had been the warden of Sri Sathya Sai Boys’ Hostel in Prasanthi Nilayam. Later he was appointed Principal of the Brindavan Campus of Sri Sathya Sai University in Bangalore.
I love miracles and I love to witness them. They make me feel happy. In the presence of a miracle, it seems there is nothing impossible for God in this world. When I see or
The following is an excerpt from a discourse given by Bhagavan Baba on May 25th 1995. Prahlada [devotee of Vishnu] remained unshaken in his faith in Lord Narayana [primordial personality of the godhead] despite
“That devotee of mine, who expecting nothing, is pure, dexterous, unconcerned, free from distress, and renounces all undertakings, is dear to Me” (Bhagavan began His discourse with this shloka [verse] from the twelfth canto
Why wander far and near to seek? He dwells within thy heart; Yes, turn within and find Him there, He longs to see you start. But clean your heart before you seek, And offer