Sri Sathya Sai Sadhana Trust, Publications Division
On 1st January, 2009, Sri Sathya Sai Sadhana Trust (SSSST) commenced operations with four divisions; the Bhakta Sahayak divisions (one in Prasanthi Nilayam, Puttaparthi and another in Brindavan, Bangalore), the Publications division, and the Media division.
The Publications Division of SSSST caters to:
• The publication and distribution of spiritual, religious, and educational Sai Literature and the production and distribution of audio and visual multimedia, photographs, calendars, and diaries, educational software etc for the benefit of visiting pilgrims and devotees all over the world. All the literature and publications are based on the teachings, philosophy, message, and values of Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba.
• The publication and distribution of Bhagawan Baba's monthly spiritual journal – Sanathana Sarathi – in English and Telugu languages. Since 2011, e-versions of the magazine are also released simultaneously and are available in PDF and EPUB formats on www.sanathanasarathi.org.
• Maintaining a reporting channel, which covers all the major activities taking place in Prasanthi Nilayam, and publishing an e-newsletter 'Sai Spiritual Showers'– for free distribution.
• Organising and conducting seminars and conferences on spirituality, religion, education, and human values.
• Providing library and Reading room for visiting devotees, with a very large collection of various spiritual and religious books.
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This priceless inaugural volume in Sathya Sai Speaks contains thirty three divine discourses, of which five are for the students and authorities, giving invaluable guidance. There are also five discourses addressed to the residents of different villages, advising them on the value of unity and brotherhood.
Geeta Vahini is not a commentary or summary of the divine message that was given by Lord Krishna to Arjuna. It conveys the same message in a simpler form to us, in order to remove our delusion and confer faith and strength on us, so that we may realise our own reality.
The Summer Showers in Brindavan, 1974 are no showers, but a flood. Bhagawan in His compassion and boundless love covered the whole gamut of truths, esoteric and explicit, contained in the Vedas in His discourses.
This volume titled 'Summer Showers In Brindavan, 1973' assumes special significance, because it contains explications on the highly revered Bhaja Govindam slokas by Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba Himself.
This is the biography of Professor N. Kasturi, the chosen biographer of Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba. This book is his autobiography, his story, his journey to the feet of the Lord, Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba.
This book is a humble tribute to the historic role that Eashwaramma was invested with, as the mother of the Avatar Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba, and the steadfast courage, with which she enacted the role and encountered the challenge.
Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba teaches us the secret of Prasanthi in conversation, by speeches, and through His letters and writings. This book is the English translation of a series He wrote, on the subject, “Prasanthi”. Study it with devotion, dear reader, and practise its lessons.
Sathya Sai Vahini reveals to us in unmistakable terms that the self in man is “no other than the Overself or God.” We are told that this is true not only of mankind, but of all beings, everywhere and anywhere. This Vahini is the Gita given to us by the Sanathana Sarathi, who is eager & ready to hold the reins of our senses, mind, consciousness, ego, & intellect, and guide us to supreme peace.
This precious book provides us the chance to peruse nineteen essays Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba wrote, in answer to appeals for the elucidation of the principles, which must guide us while rehabilitating education as an effective instrument for establishing peace and freedom, in us and on Earth.
Leela Kaivalya Vahini (originally published in the Sanathana Sarathi periodical) is a cool, crystal clear stream that flows from the Divine pen of Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba to dissolve all obstacles, like doubts and dogmas, purposeless arguments, and flimsy fancies of the sadhaka (spiritual aspirant).
Sathya (truth), Dharma (righteousness, code of duties, essential nature of a being or thing), Shanti (peace), and Prema (Love) are the Four Pillars of the new World of the Sai Era and under Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba’s guidance, humanity has to discover Shanti, through Prema. For that task, this book will be of great help.
Prof. N. Kasturi, who had the extreme fortune of being close to Bhagawan Baba, has brought out in this volume the life story of the Divine Avatar from His birth in 1926 to 1961. For those, who are unaware of Baba’s might, this book will reveal His mahimas and leelas.
This second volume of “Sathyam Sivam Sundaram” narrates the life history of Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba, covering the period 1962 to 1968, when He was at the age of 36 to 42 years, in Prof. N. Kasturi’s inimitable, poetic style.
In the pages of the magazine, published with Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba's Blessings and named after Him as Sanathana Sarathi, He wrote, out of His overwhelming Prema towards humanity, caught in the meshes of cynicism and creedal fanaticism, this series of articles, called Gnyana Vahini. They are now put together in book form, for your guidance and inspiration.
Bhagawan says that one should fasten the mind on the Lord and keep off all other thoughts from the mental plane. That is the full fruition of meditation. For aspirants, who want to lead a God-centric life, careful reading of this Vahini will help them to reach the goal of life.
This little book contains the articles written by Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba, in the series "Dharma Vahini", for the monthly journal Sanathana Sarathi. Careful reading of this book and practising the dharmic guidelines laid down by Bhagawan Baba will help one to face the challenges of life courageously.
Responding to the yearnings of the people of East Africa for His grace, Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba made a divine visit to that place by leaving Mumbai on 30th June, 1968. Sri. N. Kasturi, who was one of the fortunate few to have basked in His divine sunshine during that visit, has brought out this booklet, 'The Light Of Love'.
The author of the book 'Life Is A Game, Play It!' Mrs. Joy Thomas and her husband ventured to India, looking for a living Master. When they first heard of Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba in 1983, they felt that the ultimate grace that could be won in a life time was showered on them by a miracle. The words of Bhagawan Baba prompted her to write a series of four books, with His inspiration and grace.
Nations are made or marred by the calibre and moral character of their leaders. Here is a timely book, which tells the world how to re-establish leadership inspired by idealism. We recommend Moon Reader app for viewing the .epub book.
In this book, a devotee and her family share the divine memories of their journey with Him in close proximity, since 1946.
This book is written in an engaging style and vividly brings forth, to the spiritual aspirant, the effulgence of the divine glories, miracles, and events that the author was blessed with.
This small booklet by the author gives in a nutshell the Divine Life and Messages of Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba as narrated in the first four volumes of "Sathyam, Sivam, Sundaram" by the chosen biographer of Bhagawan, Prof. N. Kasturi.
Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba lays down the rules and principles to be followed in Sathya Sai Organizations all over the world. By following His guidelines, which are oriented towards transforming the individual, in order to enable him to walk the golden road of spirituality, we can promote our spiritual growth and hasten our arrival at our journey's end – home – to God.
Prof. Anil Kumar, the chosen translator of Bhagawan's Divine Discourses, who echoes "His Master's Voice", elaborated Bhagawan's teachings and philosophy, the glory and significance of Swami's 'Maha Samadhi', and guidance for further carrying on Sai's Mission with zeal and zest, in his lectures in foreign countries and to foreigners in Prasanthi Nilayam in this volume, titled "Divine Vibrations".
This is a compilation of the many simple analogies Bhagawan has given, which forces us to have a second look at our world. It promises to be much more beautiful, so much more elevating. Just flip open to any page... and listen.
One strives to infuse greater harmony and balance into one’s life. Listen to Bhagawan as He speaks of how we can do so. Peace is waiting at our doorstep. Peace is within our reach. Peace is here. Peace is now. Listen to Bhagawan...
Listen to Bhagawan as He unravels the mysteries behind karma. Over the next few pages, try listening to His voice as He speaks of how our actions make us what we are, and how we can use them to become what we want to be.
A guru serves to instruct and inspire. He is a companion, a friend, a mentor all rolled into one. A guru leads one to God, to one’s own self. Listen to Bhagawan as He speaks of the guru and the sweetness in a guru-shishya relationship.
Understanding the nature of dharma is imperative to holistic decision-making in a world that offers a million options. Listen to Bhagawan as He speaks of the nature of Dharma and its role in one’s life.
A Journey To Self-Peace brings to fore and highlights the benefits of namasmarana – the repetition of the Name of God, a practice, which is, according to God Incarnate, the Avatar Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba, the easiest method to attain realisation of God in the present age.
Bhagawan loved and moulded Sri. Aravind Balasubramanya, as a student, to become a good speaker, writer, and a service-oriented person. In this very interesting, absorbing, and spiritually enlightening book, titled ‘Memoirs Of A Sai Student’, Sri Aravind describes his unique experiences with his Divine Master in a simple and lucid style.
The author of the book 'Life Is A Dream, Realize It!' Mrs. Joy Thomas and her husband ventured to India, looking for a living Master. When they first heard of Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba in 1983, they felt that the ultimate grace that could be won in a life time was showered on them by a miracle. The words of Bhagawan prompted her to write a series of four books, with His inspiration and grace.
Purity is the first of the three ‘P’s envisaged by Bhagawan for fulfilment in one’s life. We know purity as an ideal and place it reverentially on a pedestal of worship. How do we reach out to our object of reverence? How can we relate to it in everyday life? This book serves to do just that.
Love is a very special word. Much spoken of and sadly much misunderstood. Love is all about selfless living, holding nothing back, and giving oneself away completely. How are we to comprehend this divine trait that proverbially ‘makes the world go round’? If love could speak, what would it say?
This book is a tribute to the love of Bhagawan for His devotees. Time and again, He has assured us of His constant presence by our side. His words provide sweet succour to the lonely or distressed heart that wants to feel Him each minute. His words offer hope, solace, and comfort during times of need. Why should we fear? He is always with us.
Gratitude helps us realise the beauty of relationships in society. Gratitude to the Lord makes us aware of His unseen hand around us at all times. This book is about an attitude of thankfulness that can change the way we perceive relationships in our lives. It orients us into joyous living. Just listen to Bhagawan in the next few pages.
This book is about the women, who left their impressions on the sands of time, but more importantly, in the heart of God. It is the one-pointed devotion, which has been the praise of men, seekers, and poets alike. It is also their constant communion with the Lord. It is about the love, a love that is acknowledged till date by our beloved Bhagawan.
In this book, Bhagawan beautifully expounds the inner messages behind rituals we perform each day. It provides rare insight into Indian culture and tradition and to the little known aspects of our lives.
The atma is the veritable seed of spirituality. Few concepts have borne greater significance in the realm of spiritual understanding than this small world. Five mere letters hold the elusive comprehension of the true and the untrue in this universe. Seers and seekers have searched and strived to fathom its depths and reaches.
What does it mean to ‘Surrender’? When asked to hand over the reins of one’s life to another, one generally feels insecure. One associates giving up with losing control. But, surrender is not about losing control. It’s about allowing a higher wisdom to take charge over one’s life. Surrender is tuning in to a higher will. It’s an attitude, which can change the way you perceive vicissitudes in life.
“Why me?” If you have ever asked yourself this question before, take heart. You are not alone. Suffering is viewed as an unfair, merciless tormentor. It stretches a man’s tolerance to the hilt, crushing and crippling him in the process. But, listen to the Avatar as He speaks of suffering, of its cause, and how it can serve as a catalyst to spiritual growth and a key to enlightenment.
Bhagawan has dwelt at length on Namasmarana and Nama Sankirtan as a spiritual Sadhana for the devotees, in His various discourses, right from the early years of His Avatarhood. Nama Mahima is a compilation of Swami's message to the devotees, dedicated at the Lotus Feet of Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba.