Sathya Sai Baba's Vahinis. Here one will find
the socalled Vahinis - the divine 'Streams' which Bhagavân wrote
Himself (fifteen in total) to support His Mission and Task and to help
His devotees to re-found and re-spread the everlasting message of
Sathya (truth), Dharma (religious principles), Prema (love), and
Ânanda (supreme bliss). These writings are Swami's streams of
thought on a range of subjects: meditation, right action, wisdom,
peace, divine love and Hindu scriptures such as the Bhagavad
Gîtâ, the Upanishads and the story of Lord
Râma and Lord Krishna. The Vahinis
originally appeared in the âs'ram's monthly magazine Sanathana
Sai Streams of Supreme Love,
-Wisdom and -Principles "
Ramakatha Rasavahini part 1
Ramakatha Rasavahini part 2
Leela Kaivalya Vahini
Sathya Sai Vahini
Vahinis in PDF:
Sri Sathya Sai Books &
Publications Trust, Prashanthi Nilayam.
Sathyanarayana Raju, was
South of India, approx. 160 km north of
Bangalore (state of Andhra Pradesh). His grandfather was S'rî
Ratnakaram Kondama Raju who dedicated a temple to Satyabhama, a
consort of Lord Krishna. His parents were Pedda Venkapa Raju
and Easwaramma. Sathya Sai Baba has now His âs'ram in the
village where He was born, named Prasanthi Nilayam, meaning: Place
Peace. A second âs'ram is located in Whitefield,
called Brindavan, where Sai Baba regularly stays. Sathya Sai
Baba is the Avatâra of this era. Avatâra means:
descend of the Supreme Lord or Embodiment of God on earth. Sai Baba is
the second of three incarnations of the Sai Avatâra: first Shirdi
(1835-1918), now Sathya Sai (1926-2011)
last Prema Sai (in
Channapatna region of Mysore State (now Karnataka)).
Bhagavân Swami left His body on April 24,
2011 at 7.40 a.m. in Puttaparthi in the hospital Śrî Sathya Sai
Institute of Higher Medical Sciences, Super Speciality Hospital, close
to His ashram Prsanthi Nilayam. Read an: In Memoriam.
In His teachings Sai Baba
religions. He emphasizes again and again that divinity means unity.
As a teacher He leads the spiritual development of all who turn to Him
- by now, more than hundred million people, worldwide - and inspires
people inwardly as well as outwardly. He has set up several schools and
universities, where education is given totally for free. Also,
He has built hospitals in several places where everybody receives free
care and medication. One of the most modern hospitals has been
established in Puttaparthi, The Sri Sathya Sai Institute of
Higher Medical Sciences - Prasanthigram. Also here, every treatment
is completely given free of charge.
The name Sathya Sai Baba is significant. Sai means: Godly
Mother, Baba: Honored Father, and Sathya: Truth.
His mission: to bring back truth in all hearts, to regain
righteousness all over the world.
Chinna Katha I - "One
Little Story". 262 stories and parables quoted from the
discourses of Bhagavân Sathya Sai Baba, collected by members of
the S'rî Sathya Sai Study Circle, Delhi and the Prasanthi
Workshop, Madras, India.
Poems & Other Texts in English and Dutch.
Sai Baba Gîtâ
- The Way to Self-Realization and Liberation in this Age. Compiled and edited by
Sai Baba en de Nara
Nârâyan Gufa Âs'ram by Swami
Set your clock to Sai
Calculation-helper to set a clock to the sun; with the full calendar of
- Gallery with drawings for Sai, Râma,
Krishna etc. and two Krishna bhajans.
Participate in building association
with the Game of Order.
translator for Baba's discourses and writings, editor of 'Sanathana
Sarathi' (eternal charioteer) and an elderly devotee at Prasanthi
Nilayam (Baba's âs'ram in Puttaparthi - India). He is the
author of 'Sathyam Sivam Sundaram' - 'Truth, Happiness,
Harmony' - The biography of Bhagavân S'rî Sathya Sai Baba.
Vahini.org offers this four-volume book (decorated with images,
illustrating the stories) for reading on-line and as downloads. A short
lifestory about Kasturi and his service to Bhagavân is offered as
well at this site. There is a separate photo-gallery where the photos and pictures can be viewed, used to
illumine the chapters in SSS.
Pathway to Peace - As learnt at His Lotus Feet
A short life-story of Narayana Kasturi and his devotion and service
to his beloved Swami you may find here (with photos).
Swami's own voice: Verses by Bhagavân
Sathya Sai Baba beautifully set to music
- Popular bhajans sung by Swami with devotees Page I & Page II
- Overview Baba's Bhajans
- Sathya Sai Ashtottarashata
Nama Ratnamala - A chain of gems, being the
108 Names of Bhagavân Sai Baba
- Sathya Sai Navaratna Mala - A garland of nine precious
gems of Bhagavân Sathya Sai Baba
- Texts Bhajans Alphabetical
- Texts Mantras Alphabetical
The Bhagavad Gîtâ sung, composed by Vanraj
Bhatia. The vocals are by Ravindra Sathe as Krishna
and Hridaya Merchant as Arjuna
Singing Krishna Bhajans
by Anand Aadhar prabhu and
Devotional Vaishnava Songs