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From Scriptures to Sanatan Dharma to God

At the beginning of time, the Supreme Lord passed on his transcendental knowledge to Lord Brahma, who is the creator of the material world. Lord Brahma then gave this knowledge to his son Narada Muni who in turn instructed the sage Vyasa who recorded it in written form, as four books known as the Vedas. We can trust the knowledge from Vedic literature as the truth as this knowledge was passed down in disciplic succession. More..

Sri Sai Satcharitra - Complete English Book

The Sri Sai Satcharita is a book on Shirdi Baba's life and teachings. Its sanctity derives from the fact that its idea was conceived during Baba's lifetime and with his blessings and express permission. It runs into over 50 chapters and contains more than 9,000 verses. Every chapter has a judicious mixture of philosophy, stories and anecdotes along with the Baba's teachings. You can download it in PDF format by clicking here and Microsoft Word format here.

The Largest Hindu Temple In The World

The largest religious structure in the world resides not in India but Cambodia. More...

Hanuman Chalisa (English Translation)

The Hanuman Chalisa is one of the most popular prayers sang amongst followers of the Vedic (Hindu) faith. It is a glorification of Lord Rama’s devotee, Sri Hanuman, who is revered as the perfect devotee and a role model. More...

Guru Purnima Fact File

Guru Purnima is a Santana Dharmic (Hindu) festival during which disciples express their gratitude to their Guru. The day of full moon, Purnima, in the month of Ashadh (July-August) is traditionally celebrated as Guru Purnima. Guru Purnima is a day on which the mind should shine as brightly as the full moon itself. This is possible only when the mind is filled with pure love for the Guru. More...

Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Medical Sciences

A hospital set up by Sri Sathya Sai Babaji to provide free treatment for the poor and needy, to view a video of patient testimonies click here.

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