Sathya Sai Baba – A Thought For The Day – June 3rd 2010

Sathya Sai Baba - A Thought For The Day

Sathya Sai Baba - A Thought For The Day


Sathya Sai Baba – A Thought For The Day – June 3rd 2010
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You must pray until the world is established in happiness. Only when the Lord arrives, the religion of Truth, Peace, Compassion, Wisdom and Love will grow and prosper. The roadway laid out by holy souls has to be repaired now and then, either by those who travel through it or those who claim authority over it. It is for the sake of such repairs that the Lord sends occasionally some authorised individuals, sages, and divine personages. Through the Sadbodha or good teachings of these, the path opened by the Godmen of the past is again made clear and smooth.
~ Sathya Sai Baba

Sathya Sai “Thought for the day” as written at Prasanthi Nilayam
June 3rd 2010 – Curtesy RadioSai

Sathya Sai Baba – A Thought For The Day – June 2nd 2010

Sathya Sai Baba – A Thought For The Day – June 2nd 2010

Sathya Sai Baba - A Thought For The Day

Sathya Sai Baba - A Thought For The Day

Truly speaking, prayers of great, holy people act as an invitation for the advent of the Lord. In the external world, when the subjects need any convenience or help, they approach the rulers and inform them of their needs. So also, in the spiritual kingdom, when there is no possibility of achieving and acquiring devotion, charity, peace and truth, the good and great souls who desire to achieve them, pray to the Lord within themselves. Then, in response to their prayers, the Lord Himself comes into the world and showers His grace on everyone. This is known to all who have read the stories of the Lord.
~ Sathya Sai Baba

Sathya Sai “Thought for the day” as written at Prasanthi Nilayam
June 2nd 2010 – Curtesy RadioSai

Photo Exhibition On Baba

Photo Exhibition On Baba

Express News Service
First Published: 04 Feb 2009 10:18:00 AM IST
Last Updated : 04 Feb 2009 11:44:45 AM IST

It is a photo exhibition with a divine touch.

Prema Jyothi, an exhibiting on the life, message and works of Bhagwan Sri Satya Sai Baba will be held at the Institution of Engineers, Khairatabad, from Feb 5 to 15.

To be organised by Sri Satya Sai Seva Organisation, it will be open to all between 10 am and 9 pm.

Chairman of Sri Sathya Trust, Andhra Pradesh, A Ranga Rao said images, video loops, audio and video clips on the services and projects undertaken by Sri Sathya Sai Baba and the trust would be on display.

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Sathya Sai Baba, Alaya Rahm & The Failed Lawsuit – A New Perspective

Sathya Sai Baba, Alaya Rahm & The Failed Lawsuit – A New Perspective
Anti-Sai Activists released an article that discussed Alaya Rahm’s Failed Lawsuit against the Sathya Sai Baba Society in which they resorted to hyperbole, deflection, misrepresentations, lies and erroneous excuses in a brazen attempt to water down the end result of Alaya Rahm’s Lawsuit, i.e., it was self-dismissed before it ever went to trial and not even one other alleged victim (out of supposed “hundreds”) came forward to support or defend Alaya in his sexual abuse allegations.

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Sathya Sai Baba & Indulal Shah

Sri Sathya Sai

INDULAL SHAH
He ‘organises’ the Sai mission.

Sometimes friends can help change life permanently. Indulal C. Shah met Bhagawan ‘by chance’ while visiting long-time friend Mr. Java in Bangalore in 1965. He stayed on to become a cornerstone personality in the mission of Sri Sathya Sai. Moving up the Organisation ladder, he is today the International Chairman of the Sri Sathya Sai Service Organisation. He and his wife Sarla have literally nurtured the Sai Organisation and made it the most important part of their lives.

Sri Indulal Shah has been a Chartered Accountant since 1942. He participated in the ‘Quit India’ Movement and was an ardent follower of Mahatma Gandhi. He had been Secretary to the Indian National Congress from 1951 to 1960 for the Bombay Region. He had been associated with the Khadi Movement for a decade from 1954. The President of India and the Prime Minister have decorated Sri Shah with a gold medal and a shield for rural work and contribution to the building of rural economy.

Sri Indulal Shah has since long been spiritually inclined. His baptism into spirituality took place when he stayed in the Ramakrishna Mission Hostel in Bombay (Mumbai) from 1937 to 1942. From 1949 to 1964, he had been the joint secretary of the Mumbai branch of Sri Ramakrishna Mission.

In 1951, Sri Indulal Shah visited Shirdi for the first time. He has been making pilgrimages to the shrine of Sai Baba ever since.

With this blessed background, Sri Indulal Shah had Bhagawan Baba’s darshan in Malleswaram in 1965. Bhagawan was to address a public meeting and rain clouds had filled the sky. But Bhagawan willed the filled clouds away. The clouds of doubt and reservation too disappeared from Sri Indulal Shah’s mind. Along with wife Sarla and daughter Darshana, he went to have Baba’s darshan in Whitefield. Bhagawan saw him only after five days. The five days wait gifted Sri Indulal Shah his first personal interview.

Sri Indulal Shah’s long association with spiritual institutions has created in him the zest to present spiritual messages through words and pictures to the masses. Trained in the direction, he was able to prepare an exhibition on Bhagawan in the 60’s that ran for four months. Earlier he had prepared a ‘Sant Darshan’ exhibition in Mumbai and in 1969, the Gandhi Centenary Committee of the Government of India nominated him member secretary to oversee the preparation of a mobile exhibition on the Mahatma. In years to come, Sri Indulal Shah was to co-ordinate Prajnan Pradarshan (exhibition on spirituality once housed in Bangalore), Sanathana Samskruthi – Eternal Heritage Museum in Prasanthi Nilayam and finally his crown offering to Bhagawan – Chaitanya Jyoti, also at Prasanthi Nilayam.

In 1976, Bhagawan visited the residence of Sri Indulal Shah in Mumbai for the first time. Ever since, on some occasion or the other, Bhagawan would visit his home to shower His love on the man who officially ‘looked after’ His organisation. Even recently in June 2001, Bhagawan flew down to Mumbai to call on his ailing wife.

Sri Indulal Shah’s association with the Organisation is ever since its inception. In August 1965, when the registration of the organisation was in progress, Sri Indulal Shah was actively involved in the process. In March 1967, Bhagawan stayed at his Mumbai residence and finalised the site for the Dharmakshetra ashram of the Organisation. Dharmakshetra was ready by May 1968 to host the First World Conference of Sri Sathya Sai Organisations.

In 1967, during the first All India Conference of office bearers of the organisation, Sri Indulal Shah prayed Bhagawan to enlarge the scope of the Organisation and include education in its scope. After a gestation of twelve years, Bhagawan announced the Education in Human Values Movement in 1979. The EHV Movement has since flourished into a landmark step in the evolution of education in India and abroad.

For many years, Sri Indulal Shah held the position of All India President of Sri Sathya Sai Seva Organisations. After 1985, Bhagawan gradually drew him to the international scene. Today Sri Indulal Shah is the International Chairman of Sri Sathya Sai Service Organisations.

Yet, Sri Indulal Shah is a humble sevak of Bhagawan. It was his humility and tremendous concern for others that made him the recipient of tremendous grace from Bhagawan. In 1967, at Madras, during the All India Conference of Sri Sathya Sai Organisations, Bhagawan was speaking to a private audience in Telugu. Sri B. Ramakrishna Rao, once Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh and Governor of Uttar Pradesh, remarked that Sri Indulal Shah did not understand Telugu and that a translation was necessary. Bhagawan then said, “No, there is no time, he understands Telugu” and patted Sri Indulal Shah on his head with His fingers. To his surprise, Sri Indulal Shah was able to understand every word in Telugu that followed during the discussion!

Many such remarkable incidents are cherished with sweetness in this soft-spoken gentleman’s life. However, he cherished the teachings of Bhagawan the most. He has made a particular saying of Bhagawan central to his life: “It is not enough that you love Me, but you must see whether I love you.” Sri Indulal Shah leaves no stone unturned to deserve the love of Bhagawan.

Sri Indulal Shah has authored four books on Bhagawan, all of them reflecting on the Divine teachings: Sixteen Spiritual Summers (1980), We Devotees (1983), Spiritual Blueprints of My Journey (1993) and I, We and He (1997). He had also produced the popular film in Hindi on Sai Baba of Shirdi, Shirdi Ke Sai Baba.

Sai devotees have been privileged to work directly under his inspiring personality and guidance. His love and concern for his co-Sai workers is immense. When the serial blasts took place in Mumbai in 1993, he called up the residences of his brother Sai devotees to enquire if they were safe. A man of principle, Sri Indulal Shah has been a role model for many youngsters on how to lead and run an organisation. After all, he ‘organises’ Bhagawan’s mission.

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Sathya Sai And Indulal Shah

HTML Color Codes – Web Safe Colors For Webpages – Websites

HTML Tags For Changing Text To Various Colors:

Start Tag Text Closing Tag Result
<font color="#FF0000"> HTML Color Tags </font> HTML Color Tags
<font color="red"> HTML Color Tags </font> HTML Color Tags
<font color="#FF0000">HTML Color Tags</font> = HTML Color Tags
<font color="red">HTML Color Tags</font> = HTML Color Tags
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HTML Colors – Shades Of Red – Shades Of Black:

Red Spectrum HEX
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HTML Colors – Shades Of Grey – Shades Of Black:

Grey Spectrum HEX
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HTML Color Codes – Names Versus HEX Values:
When specifying colors, you can use the following 16 color names instead of Color Codes: <font color=”red”> vs. <font color=”#FF0000″>

  1. aqua
  2. black
  3. blue
  4. fuchsia
  5. gray
  6. green
  7. lime
  8. maroon
  9. navy
  10. olive
  11. purple
  12. red
  13. silver
  14. teal
  15. white
  16. yellow

If you want to use other colors, you must specify their HTML or HEX value.

This Page Contains Information On How To Change & Convert Text, Letters, Numbers, Symbols And Backgrounds Into Web-Safe HTML Colors (Using HEX Codes) For Web Pages And Web Sites. These HTML Color Codes Are Described As “Cross-Browser Color Values” or “Web Safe Colors In HTML” or “Hexadecimal Color Codes” For Websites And Webpages.

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Sathya Sai Baba Miracle Manifestations – Rudraksha & Vibuthi

Amazing Vibuthi Manifestations From Sathya Sai Baba’s Pictures From Which Over 100 Rudraksha Beads Have Materialized Along With A Crystal Japamala Through The Sacred Ash:

Sai Baba Manifestations Miracle Vibuthi RudrakshaVibuthi Rudraksha Miracle Manifestation
Miracle Vibuthi Rudraksha ManifestationSai Baba Miracle Vibuthi Rudraksha

Links To Sathya Sai Miracles & Manifestations:

The Rudraksha is a large evergreen broad-leaved tree that grows in the area from the Gangetic Plain to the foothills of the Himalayas. Rudraksha trees are also found in middle areas of Nepal. Rudraksha seeds are covered by an outer shell of blue color when fully ripe, and for this reason are also known as blueberry beads. The blue colour is derived not from pigment but is structural.

Rudraksha beads are the material from which sacred garlands (108 beads in number) or rosaries are made. The term is used both for the berries themselves and as a term for the type of mala made from them. In this sense, a rudraksha is a Saivite rosary, used for japa mala. Repetitive prayer (japa) is a common aid to worship in Hinduism, and Rudraksha mala are worn by many Hindus. Rudrakshas are also used for treatment of various diseases in traditional Indian medicine.

The berries show variation in the number of grooves on their surface, and are classified on the basis of the number of divisions that they have. A common type has five divisions, and these are considered to be symbolic of the five faces of Shiva (Ref).

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Also see:
Miracles Of Sathya Sai Baba – Miracle Pictures
Sai Baba Miracles