The Sathya Sai Centre of Scarborough takes great pride in its annual Christmas toy and food drive, built on the maxim of “love all, serve all” and practising Bhagawan’s teachings on the importance of placing a “ceiling on desires.” The programme is anchored around principles taught in the Sai Spiritual Education (SSE), and Sathya Sai children are the driving force behind the event. Read More
Sathya Sai Baba is known as the founder of the Sathya Sai School in Kisaju, Kenya. As a token of love on the occasion of His 90th Birthday, Sathya Sai followers in Kenya organised a ground-breaking ceremony for a secondary school Read More
The SSIO of Taiwan celebrated the 90th Birthday of Sathya Sai Baba and the 19th anniversary of SSEHV in Taiwan, on 21st November 2015 in Taipei City with a programme for the local Chinese population. The event attracted 150 people, including about 100 from the general public. Read More
Snowmen, decorated Christmas trees, and a display of the Nativity scene created an atmosphere of joy and peace where fifty members of the Riyadh Sathya Sai Centre celebrated Christmas 2015, Read More
Sathya Sai Youth in France participated in a Serve the Planet project themed, “Human Values for Nation Building.” The service activities began in April 2015 with the youth distributing clothing, shoes, school supplies, and food to about 20 families residing in a blighted area. Read More
The SSIO of Trinidad and Tobago organises programmes every year for escorting visually-impaired persons to Mayaro Beach, for a day of fun and relaxing activities. On 19th March 2016, the Blind Welfare Association hosted a special event for 165 SSIO volunteers and others at the Easwaramma Sai Centre in Penal, South Trinidad, to express gratitude and appreciation for their friends in service.
The programme consisted of opening prayers, a welcome address, devotional singing by 30 visually-impaired persons, a short discourse by Sri Sathya Sai Baba read in Braille, and an informative talk on blindness awareness by a Welfare Rehabilitation Officer of the Blind Welfare Association. Two cultural presentations raised spirits in a festive atmosphere.
More than 35 people, including youth and children, attended an education conference, titled “Knowledge from Heart to Heart,” in the Volga–Ural region of Russia on 31st October and 1st November 2015. Participants immersed themselves Read More
Christmas was celebrated at the Sathya Sai Centres of Nepal with Christmas trees, festoons, lights, and other decorations. Special study circles were held to discuss the similarities in the lives and messages of Jesus Christ and Bhagawan Baba. This holy occasion was marked by the inauguration of a Sri Sathya Sai Health Services Centre at Pokhara, Read More
After a Category 5 cyclone struck Fiji on 20 February 2016, the Sathya Sai International Organisation of Zone 3 – Australia and Papua New Guinea, Fiji and New Zealand, sprang into action immediately. Sathya Sai volunteers started offering hot meals, food packets, drinking water, clothes and medical care to the victims of the natural disaster. Read More
Twenty candidates aspiring to become Sathya Sai teachers, including professors and school teachers, sat for an examination offered 5th–7th December 2015 in Zagreb, Croatia. The examination is organised annually by the Institute of Sathya Sai Education, South Europe (ISSE-SE). Read More