Parthi Pilgrimage from the perspective of Young Adults from the ACT Region

Sai Young Adults of Australia undertook a two-week pilgrimage to Prasanthi in January 2019. Joining this pilgrimage were three young adults from the ACT Region.

This pilgrimage provided the Young Adults opportunities to undertake sadhana (daily spiritual practice by which you bring out your best), listen and interact with guest speakers, participate in a musical offering at Kulwant Hall and visit many important landmarks in and around Prasanthi in Puttaparthi, India. The aim of the pilgrimage was to catalyse our spiritual energy and to increase our devotion for our beloved Sathya Sai Baba.

The trip was truly spectacular with every detail being taken care of by the organisers. The Young Adults received a lot of support in the lead up to the musical offering and were showered with love and wisdom during the guest speaker nights and had a once-in-a-lifetime experience of visiting Trayee Brindavan, or Trayee as it is more popularly known (it used to be Sathya Sai Baba’s residence during HIS visits to Whitefield) and listening to Smt Vijayamma Garu on the banks of the Chitravathi river.

We are forever grateful to have had this experience and long to bring what we have learnt during our pilgrimage back to our homes, Sai centres and Regions.