Welcome to Sri Sathya Sai Seva Organisation!

Spreading the divine fragrance of Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba towards the empowerment of humanity.

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Summer Caps Distribution-May 2018

Summer Caps Distribution-May 2018

Aum Sri Sairam Sri Sathya Sai Seva Organisation-India Summer Caps Distribution-May 2018 Introdu[...]
Lavatory cleaning activity ~ An Exclusive Seva by Youth, Kanchipuram North District ~ SSSSO Tamil Nadu

Lavatory cleaning activity ~ An Exclusive Seva by Youth, Kanchipuram North District ~ SSSSO Tamil Nadu

Aum Sri Sairam Sri Sathya Sai Seva Organisations ~ Tamil Nadu Through sevā sādhanā (discipline[...]
Karnataka State Level Spiritual Sadhana Camp - Sai Sruthi, Kodaikanal-May 2018

Karnataka State Level Spiritual Sadhana Camp - Sai Sruthi, Kodaikanal-May 2018

AUM SRI SAIRAM Sri Sathya Sai Seva Organisation-Karnataka  PROCEEDINGS OF STATE LEVEL SPIRIT[...]
A Unique Seva ~Balvikas Health Assessment Camps ~ Kanchipuram North District, SSSSO Tamil Nadu

A Unique Seva ~Balvikas Health Assessment Camps ~ Kanchipuram North District, SSSSO Tamil Nadu

Aum Sri Sairam Sri Sathya Sai Seva Organisations ~ Tamil Nadu The spiritual and the material a[...]
The Principle objectives of the Organisation are to help the individual:

  • Be aware of the Divinity that is inherent in him or her and to conduct oneself accordingly; To translate into practice in daily life, divine love and perfection; To fill one’s life with joy, harmony, beauty, grace, human excellence and lasting happiness;
  • To ensure that all human relations are governed by the principles of Sathya (Truth), Dharma (Right Conduct), Shanti (Peace), Prema (Love), and Ahimsa (Non Violence)
  • To Inspire devotees to be more sincere and dedicated in the practice of their respective religions by understanding the true spirit of their religion.
Bhagawan Baba’s philosophy is one that bring unity of all religions and faiths, which is built on the five basic human values of Truth (Sathya), Right Conduct (Dharma), Peace (Shanti), Love for God and all creatures (Prema), and Non-violence (Ahimsa).

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