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Navratri & Dasera 2018

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The Navaratri is the festival to commemorate the victory of good over evil. The Embodiment of Divine Power (of Para-sakthi), in its various manifestations: Sathwic, as Mahasaraswati, Rajasic, as Mahalakshmi, Tamasic, as Mahakali, was able to overcome the forces of vice, wickedness and egoism, during the nine Days’ struggle and finally, on Vijaya Dasami Day (the Tenth Day commemorating Victory), the Valedictory Worship is done.

Pro. Vednarayanan Kollengode in Mauritius for inspirational talks

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Prof. Vednarayanan Kollengode in Mauritius from 26th October to 1st November 2018.

During the past years he has been participating and conducting without interruption the recitation of Vedic hymns in the presence of Bhagawan Shri Sathya Sai Baba. He also has been directing the Vedic recitations in the morning and evening during the Darshan in the Sai Kulwant Hall.

Community Adoption Programme

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As part of the celebrations leading to our Beloved Bhagwan Shri Sathya Sai Baba's 95th birthday in 2020, the SSIO has, at global level, taken the initiative to adopt 95 communities around the world. In this context, Mauritius has been chosen to be part of this programme and has been requested to adopt 2 communities in the island.

Muddenahalli Group - Cautionary note to all devotees

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As many of you are already aware, a group in Muddenahalli (Karnataka, India) is misleading and misguiding innocent devotees through parallel activities, programmes & projects. One person in the group is erroneously claiming that Swami, in ‘subtle, astral, or light body’ is communicating and/or acting through him. The group is also collecting funds in the name of our Beloved Lord.

Glimpses of Sports and Fun Day of Sathya Sai School of Mauritius 2017

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The Sathya Sai School of Mauritius held its Sports and Fun Day on Friday 23rd of June 2017 at La Caverne Football Stadium, Vacoas. The event was organised for the first time and 90 excited students took part in various activities of the programme. The teaching and nonteaching staff, volunteers and young adults left no stone unturned to make of the Sports and Fun Day a success.

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