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Sri Sathya Sai Seva Organisation-Delhi
Sri Sathya Sai Baba’s Divya Paduka Prathistapana in Sri Sathya Sai International Centre-New Delhi
10th October 2019 has been a landmark day for Swami’s ashram in New Delhi for being blessed with a Paduka energised from Prashanthi Nilayam.
The guest of honour and member of SRI SATHYA SAI CENTRAL TRUST, Shri R J Ratnakar in his address declared Sri Sathya Sai International Centre as North Prashanthi (Delhi falls in North of India).
Sri Ratnakar stressed on unity among the members of the Sai Organisation and bring back the aggressiveness when it comes to doing His Seva. He prayed to Bhagawan to make Swami’s ashram in New Delhi a place for spiritual rejuvenation and powerhouse of Swami’s mission. He appreciated all the contributions by senior devotees and asked the youth to emulate their example and make life as vibrant as New Delhi.
Swami’s dining room has been transformed into the meditation hall and the blessed Padukas which were taken all the way from Prashanthi was placed in this new meditation hall with all the rituals headed by Sri Veda Narayana.
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SWAMI’S RESIDENCE NOW OPEN FOR PUBLIC DARSHAN
Swami’s residence has been opened for all Devotees visiting the Sai Centre on Sundays to have Darshan around Bhajan time. Sri Ratnakar also handed over a Robe worn by Swami from His wardrobe in Yajur Mandir and is now placed in Swami’s room for Darshan.
All India President Sri Sathya Sai Seva Organisation Shri Nimish Pandya in His address said that Delhi should show the way to entire India by following the highest ideals set by our beloved Lord as He has given us more responsibilities. He urged all the devotees to get together and lead a life the way Swami wanted us to.
He thanked all the Sevadal for their Love, support and effort towards the program and so lovingly taking care of all the devotees.
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