Message from the National Devotion Wing
1. A NATIONAL Vedic Chanting class will start soon for all devotees (irrespective of age - even children may attend) on Saturdays - 2nd and 4th, monthly, from March to Oct, from 3 to 5pm at Wootun. Popular Vedic Hymns (except Rudram) chanted at Prashanti Nilayam will be taught. All are invited to join.
An Initiative of the National Devotion Wing, Sathya Sai International Organisation of Mauritius
The Vedas form the bedrock of spirituality and serve as guideposts to man so that he can lead a wholesome life, both in spiritual and material terms. No wonder, Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba, the Avatar of the Kaliyuga, declared ‘Vedaposhana’ (fostering the Vedas) as one of His primary tasks in His Divine Mission. Bhagawan has actively encouraged the study and chanting of the Vedas, and has Himself conducted and participated in many Vedic rituals.
Ekadasi Rudram is a very important form of worship of Lord Shiva, the very Source of Cosmic Energy for the entire creation. His Divine form encompasses and extends far beyond all known and unknown galaxies and universes.
"Sankranti" gives the call for this total surrender. Sankranti is a kind of family festival. Yes. This is so. But the whole world is one family ("Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam"). The festival relates to the entire world. It is not confined to one's kith and kin. Sankranti is related to the entire mankind. Whether people realize it or not, Sankranti promotes in one and all a feeling of happiness.
The Sathya Sai National Youth Vocal Hindustani Level 1 course programme was formally launched on 01st November 2015 by the National Youth Wing of the Sathya Sai International Organisation of Mauritius (SSIOM).
Dear Brothers and Sisters
Om Sai Ram
I would like to share with you a policy decision and an appointment announced by Dr Narendranath Reddy, Chairman, Prasanthi Council during the November 2016 meetings in Prasanthi Nilayam.
1. Revised Age and Terminology for Sathya Sai Youth Programme
The upper age limit for a Sathya Sai Youth will be raised from 35 to 40 years old. There are two outcomes from this revision:
a) The Sathya Sai Youth programme will meet the needs of those from 18 to 40 years old.
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