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Feeding the Needy in Tokyo

For more than two decades, SSIO volunteers have served fresh hot meals to the needy in Tokyo. This service offering began in 1994 when the Sathya Sai Centre of Tokyo started serving 30 meals, twice a week, in the Shinjuku area of Tokyo. Over the…

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Celebrating Bhagawan’s 89th Birthday in Japan

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…

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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…

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