From: Axay Kalathia <chair@sssgc-zone1.org>
Date: Sat, Aug 13, 2022 at 8:15 AM
Subject: Fwd: SSSGC Medical Camp – Prasanthi Nilayam
To: Aruna Suvendran <president@sssgc-canada.org>, Balu Karanam <president@sssgc-usa.org>, Krishna Ramoutar <president.trinidad@sssgc-wi.org>, Sri Jeevaprakash <vp@sssgc-usa.org>, Malla Singh <vp.trinidad@sssgc-wi.org>, Kumuthini Coomarasamy <vp@sssgc-canada.org>
Sai Ram Dear National Presidents,
Please forward this wonderful opportunity to serve in Prasanthi,  available to all members. Early registration is encouraged as all Zones across the world are invited to particiapte and space is limited.
Dear All,
Om Sri Sai Ram,

From: Prasanthi Nilayam Coordination <pnc@sssglobalcouncil.org>
Date: Sat, Aug 13, 2022 at 4:26 AM
Subject: SSSGC Medical Camp – Prasanthi Nilayam

When you approach the patient with a spirit of sacrifice, the patient's feelings get purified….The body is surrounded by vibrations of light.  When these vibrations of light from one person meet another's, several good things happen.    February 7, 1993 (First International Cardiovascular Symposium)

The SSSGC Medical Camp in Prasanthi Nilayam will be held from the 18th to the 25th of November, 2022. This is a most sacred opportunity to offer love with a spirit of sacrifice to those in need.  The participation of both medical professionals and non-medical volunteers is integral to the success of this offering. 

With Swami's Grace, the Medical Camp during Guru Purnima was blessed to have 26 medical doctors, 12 ancillary health care professionals, and 50 non-medical volunteers joining to serve 2056 patients.

The Medical Camp during the Birthday celebration in November will be longer and larger in scope.  We have space for 35 licensed physicians, in addition to ancillary health professionals and non-medical volunteers to serve.  All need to register ahead of time to be able to participate. 

Registration Form for Medical Professionals:
Registration Form for Non-Medical Volunteers:

Please make note of the following dates:
  • 30th September.  6:00 PM IST  (Indian Standard Time)   –  Registration deadline 
  • 30th October.   6:00 PM IST  (Indian Standard Time)   –  Online Orientation
  • 17th November.   7:45 PM IST  (Indian Standard Time)   –  Meeting, North 1 Building 

Loving Regards,

SSSGC Overseas Medical Committee:
Dr. Geetha Kamath
Dr. Narayan Gautam
Dr. Axay Kalathia
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Om Sai Ram

With Love
Shivendra Kumar
Convenor 
Sri Sathya Sai Global Council (SSSGC)

Brief History

About

Sri Sathya Sai Baba was born in Puttaparthi on Nov 23, 1926 – an auspicious Monday in the lunar month of Kartika, when Lord Shiva is especially adored.

His Life
Sri Sathya Sai Baba was born in Puttaparthi on Nov 23, 1926 – an auspicious Monday in the lunar month of Kartika, when Lord Shiva is especially adored. He was given the name Sathyanarayana Raju. What intrigued His mother Easwaramma, most was the unbounded compassion her little Sathya had particularly for the poor and downtrodden. Even as a toddler, He insisted that the beggar at the door be served well in spite of their own limited means and would often give His own share to the needy. When He began school, His playmates were inspired by His ability to lead them to be socially responsible, spiritually aware, endowed with individual and national character. His friends were often fascinated by His extraordinary powers of creating things out of thin air, knowing the future, deep understanding of scriptural wisdom and so on.
The Childhood

The Raju family of Puttaparthi was noted for its piety since the days of the renowned sage, Venkavadhootha, a saintly ancestor who was looked upon as a Guru in hundreds of villages around. Not only did the family build and endow the Gopalaswami Temple (dedicated to Lord Krishna), but Sri Ratnakaram Kondama Raju, the grandfather of Baba’s physical frame, dedicated a temple to Sathyabhama, consort of Lord Krishna, a deity to whom this type of homage is seldom offered in any part of India. Peasants by vocation, they were known for their musical and dramatic talent and were much involved in the propagation of the sacred scriptures through village plays and musicals. Consequently, the family was given the name ‘Bhat Raju’ (Bhat – priest)

The Advent

23rd of November, 1926, the Hindu year of Akshaya, meaning, the Never-declining, the Ever-full. It was the time of sunrise and the villagers were chanting the names of Lord Shiva, remembering that the day was Karthika Somavara, a Monday of the Holy Month of Karthika, devoted to the puja (worship) of Shiva. That day was made even more auspicious for Shiva worship because the ascendant star was Ardra (the star of Shiva). On this day, when these rare and propitious signs came together, the people thronged the temples of the Lord to offer special pujas and pray for His benediction.

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