Category: Devotion

Articles about devotional events such as ceremonies, prayers, guest speakers. etc.

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Mahasamadhi Observance in Indonesia

The Sathya Sai Centre of Jakarta, Indonesia, observed Bhagawan’s Mahasamadhi on 24th April 2014 by serving food to needy families with elderly people and to orphan children in the village of Semper Timur in northern Jakarta. More than 1,500 families received

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Mahasamadhi Observance in Australia

On 24th April 2014, 80 Sathya Sai devotees attended a programme organised by the youth in Adelaide, South Australia to explore the impact of Swami’s teachings in their daily lives. An informative talk about the Australian Sathya Sai School in Queensland, and a video created…

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Retreat in Malaysia

About 300 people attended a self-transformation retreat organized by the SSIO of Malaysia at Cameron Highlands on 22nd and 23rd March 2014. The program has been held since 2010 and has steadily expanded due to demand.

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Interfaith Prayer Meeting in Malaysia

On 18th March 2014, the Sathya Sai Organization of Malaysia, in coordination with others, organised an interfaith gathering to pray for the victims of Malaysian Airline Flight MH370, which disappeared on 8th March 2014.

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Mahashivaratri Celebrations in Cuba

Over 70 Sathya Sai devotees attended the Mahashivaratri celebrations in Cuba. The event commenced on the evening of 28th February 2014 with devotional songs, meditation and films about Bhagawan and lasted through the night. The Indian Ambassador to Cuba, accompanied by his family, attended the event.

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Celebration of Mahashivaratri in Greece

About 55 Sathya Sai devotees attended the Mahashivaratri celebration at the Patission Sathya Sai Centre in Athens on 28th February. Short presentations and updates were given on construction and restoration of houses, blood donations, devotional, spiritual and youth activities, as well as on the latest local…

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