Bhagawan’s 89th Birthday celebrations began with devotional singing and distributing of the Zone 5 annual magazine, Sai Sarathi, featuring spiritual messages from the scriptures. On 23rd November 2014, 1,100 people attended a cultural programme at a local auditorium. Read More
On 23rd November 2014, more than 1,000 people celebrated Bhagawan’s birthday at various locations in Azerbaijan, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Russia, and Ukraine. Inspirational talks, presentations, videos, devotional singing, and concerts were organised by Sathya Sai volunteers, SSE children, and teachers. Read More
Bhagawan’s birthday was celebrated with service activities and devotional programmes across the USA.
Sathya Sai Centres of the Mid-Atlantic Region, USA, observed Bhagawan’s Birthday by conducting at least one service activity every day during November 2014. Over 60 different projects were organised by more than 200 Sathya Sai volunteers, Read More
More than 80 members of the Bosnia SSIO and the public celebrated Sri Sathya Sai Baba’s Birthday in a Sarajevo art gallery. The programme began with a short video, followed by quotations on love and selfless service by Sai Baba. Read More
The Sathya Sai School of Guayaquil, Ecuador, traditionally organises a Cultural Week to celebrate Bhagawan’s Birthday each year. In 2014, 300 people attended a five-day programme of cultural activities, culminating on 23rd November. Each day of the programme focused on one of the five cardinal human values. Read More
On 23 November 2014, Sathya Sai volunteers visited two homes for the elderly in Tienmu where 40 elders were served. The seniors were visibly touched by the love shown by the volunteers. In the evening, 40 Sathya Sai devotees participated in devotional singing at the Tienmu Sathya Sai Centre. Read More
Sathya Sai Baba’s Birthday was celebrated by about 100 people at the Sai Prema Centre in the City of Markopoulo. A newly published book, the Greek translation of Sathyam Sivam Sundaram, Vol. 2, with a map showing sites visited by Sai Baba between 1962 and 1968, was unveiled. The morning programme opened with a short video titled “The Message of the Lord,” Read More
Members of the Sathya Sai organisation in Sydney and Melbourne, Australia commemorated Sri Sathya Sai Baba’s 89th Birthday with devotional singing, Sai Spiritual Education (SSE) children’s performances, and other programmes. Read More
The Tama Sathya Sai group celebrated Bhagawan’s Birthday in Tokyo on 23 November 2014 with a four-hour devotional programme. In the afternoon, 108 names of Bhagawan were chanted, followed by a programme by the SSE children. Thereafter, the book, Sathya Sai Story, translated into Japanese for the first time, was offered at Bhagawan’s feet, and a student spoke, highlighting the Vedas as a treasure for humanity. Read More
Members of the SSIO in Oman celebrated Sri Sathya Sai Baba’s 89th Birthday by undertaking various activities during November 2014. On 21st November, 300 people attended a programme which included a video presentation on service projects, a performance by SSE children on human values, and Qawali songs about Bhagawan. On 23rd November, all seven Sathya Sai centres of Oman organised devotional programmes, attended by 50–75 SSIO members at each centre. Among other activities in late 2014, on 5th December, SSE children presented a two-hour cultural programme to more than 600 people in Salalah. In the Sohar region, Sathya Sai volunteers served food to 250 low-income workers at industrial camps in November. In Muscat, about 280 people attended a health awareness camp on 14th November, and Sathya Sai volunteers served food to 200 people in December. In addition, new shirts were distributed to 150 labourers, and groceries were distributed to needy Omani families and foreign workers in November.