The first lesson of service has to be learned in the family circle itself.
I do not attach any value to the turning of rosaries by hands that know no help.

Do not keep yourself apart, intent on your own salvation through meditation;
instead, move among your sisters looking for opportunities to be of help, with the
Name of God on your tongue and the Form of God before the mind's eye.


Constant work in loving service to others covers the seeds of past sinful and
harmful actions, so that they die away and do not grow into a new round of misery.

Service is the best spiritual exercise for eliminating the nefarious pull of
the mind towards desires.

To remove the evil of egoism, service is the most efficient instrument. [20] How is
this possible? By saturating service with love, work can be transformed into worship. When it is offered to God, it gets sanctified as worship. This makes it free from ego. It is also freed from the earthly desire for success and the earthly fear of failure.

When a devotee seeks with humility and purity to give service and love to My
creatures who are in need of such selfless service, as his beloved brothers and sisters, as the blessed manifestations of My Immanence, then in fulfillment of my role as Sathya Sai, I descend to help, accompany, and carry that yogi. I am always near such a yogi to guide him and to shower My love on his life.


  1. Bheema Ratha Shanthi

  Matru Devo Bhava & Pitru Devo Bhava is the verdict of Vedas they are the visible GODS whom you should respect and worship. During Baba’s 80th birthday we conducted Bheema Ratha Shanthi for 80 couples who have attained 80 years.


  1. Mass Marriages-

Hindu marriages signify customs, rituals and elaborate celebrations and are full of fun and frolic. Indian weddings speak volumes of the rich culture, heritage and ethnicity of the country. Every region follows its own traditions customs and rituals for the wedding. A wedding is an important religious ceremony in the Hindu religion and one of the most important of the sixteen Hindu sanskars or sacraments. It is not only establishing the bond between two people, but also the bond between two families.

A Hindu marriage symbolizes not just coming together of two individuals, but also the bonding of understanding, commitment, mutual love, oneness and spiritual growth. Traditionally, Hindu marriage is much more than just celebration and fun. It demands sacrifice, companionship, dedication, and devotion from both the partners.

In Hindu dharma, marriage is viewed as a sacrament and not a contract. Hindu marriage is a life-long commitment of one wife and one husband, and is the strongest social bond that takes place between a man and a woman.
In Hindu view, marriage is not a concession to human weakness, but a means for spiritual growth. Man and woman are soul mates who, through the institution of marriage, can direct the energy associated with their individual instincts and passion into the progress of their souls.


  1. Narayana Seva

You are doing service for you own sake. You are engaged in service in order to
become aware of the Divine Spirit in you, in order that you may discard the allurements of your ego, in order to know yourself and to get the answer to the
question that torments you, namely, “Who am I.” You do not serve others, you
serve yourself; you do not serve the world, you serve your own interest.

  1. Laksha Deepotsava

“Tamasoma Jyothirgamaya” On every birthday of Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba thousands of people assemble in the campus to pay their respects to Baba and pray to dispel their ignorance and make them fit instruments to serve Baba.