The First Sunday Speaker for April 2018 is Leslie Farkas who frst visited Swami in 1989. His mother Veronica was already an ardent devotee, but Leslie was very skeptical and not sure what to think.
Dr. Joseph Phaneuf, a recently retired dermatologist, helped start the Ashland Free Medical Clinic in San Lorenzo. He is the Chairman of the USA Medical Committee, and serves as Regional Medical Director for Region 7.
(Videos at end of article) Region 8 was blessed by our beloved Swami with a very special gift of arranging the Prasanthi Mandir Bhajan Group to visit us and share their divine experiences and lessons learned at the Lotus Feet, and sing for us the wonderful songs and bhajans they offered to Swami for many, Read more »
Thanks to all that made this event a success! For more pictures please visit the links below: Corona Health Screening Event 2017 – Event Pictures
Sarojini and Shyam Kanagala have many accomplishments in the Sai world, but may also be better known as the daughter and son-in-law of Prof Anilkumar, who is famous for being Sathya Sai Baba’s translator. Sarojini imbibed the atmosphere of the devout family she grew up in, going on to become a Montessori teacher, authoring and Read more »
Sam and Sharon Sandweiss started the San Diego Sai Center in their home in 1973, and it has been very active for the last 43 years. Sharon taught English in high school and has written a number of Sai articles. She has been a young adult regional advisor, and spoken in Swami’s presence on Ladies Read more »
The young adults presented this sometimes jazzy garland of songs for Swami’s 91st birthday.
Ms. Anuradha Venkateswaran was the guest speaker for Sathya Sai Baba’s 91st Birthday celebration in Region 8. Anu was born in a family whose association with Swami goes back over 50 years. She attended the Anantapur Campus of Swami’s University, where she was showered with His motherly love and blessed with memorable experiences that she Read more »
Thanks to all that made the Oxnard Health Screening Event a success! Statistics Patients A total of 646 people were served at the Oxnard medical camp – 186 adult males, 360 adult females, and 100 minors. Volunteers Non-medical volunteers included: 145 Sai Volunteers 29 Runners and Bilingual Volunteers 54 Bilingual Translators 127 Unaffiliated Volunteers 18 Read more »
Dr. Ganguli first learned about Bhagawan over 40 years ago when he received Vibhuti with a note from Swami in the mail. Thereafter his story of how he came to Swami is unique and exciting, and illustrates the far and miraculous reach of our beloved Lord Sai. He is dedicated to Swami’s divine mission and Read more »