Exhibition Of Bhagawan Shri Sathya Sai Baba Opens

Exhibition Of Bhagawan Shri Sathya Sai Baba Opens

BANGALORE, SEPTEMBER 13, 2008: Minister of State for Shipping, Road Transport & Highways K. H. Muniyappa inaugurated the photographic exhibition “Premajyothi” portraying the Divine Love of Bhagawan Shri Sathya Sai Baba through value based education, health care, drinking water projects, integrated rural development and varied service projects at the Palace Ground here.

An exhibition showcasing the life and times of Sri Sathya Sai Baba will be open till September 21.

The exhibition has displays and video presentations of the social welfare initiatives of Sri Sathya Sai Baba across 167 countries. It highlights Baba’s efforts in bringing quality education, healthcare and drinking water to millions. It aims at inspiring more to work for the needy and weaker sections of society.

Prema Jyothi Exhibition - Pic 1

Prema Jyothi Exhibition


Prema Jyothi Exhibition - Pic 2

Prema Jyothi Exhibition


Speaking to reporters here today, S. S. Nagananda, Member of Sri Sathya Sai Centre Trust, said:

“This exhibition aims at bringing together like-minded people inspired to do something for our less fortunate brethren. Baba has always maintained that serving society and wiping tears is the essence of human life. This display showcases his love for humanity in action”.

“Baba’s hospitals have over the years offered super speciality care free of charge and saved millions of lives. His deemed university has educated lakhs of students, also free of charge over the years. His water projects have over the years quenched the thirsts of millions, including the city of Chennai. The exhibition outlines all these projects and his teachings, in an attempt to inspire more such social welfare initiatives”.

Nearly 180 graphic panels, 10 back-lit light boards – some large and others very large, which depict the mission of Shri Sathya Sai at a glance are arranged. The exhibition is a pious sojourn for those who have spiritual bent of mind and a mind-boggling list of achievements for the rest.

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