Bhagawan’s 88th Birthday Celebrations in Japan

Swami’s 88th Birthday has profound significance for Japanese devotees, since “88” is pronounced as “Baba,” or “Haha,” meaning “mother” in Japanese. About 170 people attended Bhagawan’s Birthday celebrations at the Tokyo Sathya Sai Centre. The altar was decorated in gold, silver and red, and a swing decorated with colourful fresh flowers was offered to Bhagawan. Read More

88th Birthday Celebrations in Taiwan

On 17th November 2013, 120 people attended a two-hour programme in Chinese at the Taipei City Council Hall to celebrate the 88th Birthday of Bhagawan and the 17th anniversary of SSEHV in Taiwan. After a 20-minute presentation on SSEHV, Chinese students from the Sri Sathya Sai Kindergarten and SSE children performed a drama titled “Sweet Gift” and sang human-values songs. Read More

Fibroid Surgeries in Guyana

The need for uterine fibroids surgeries was first brought to the attention of the SSIO of Guyana in August 2012 following the Divine Showers Youth Convention, which was attended by His Excellency Donald Ramotar, President of Guyana. At the President’s urging, arrangements for the services of an international medical team of Sathya Sai devotees from the USA were finalised in early 2013 in close cooperation with government authorities. Read More