The fantastic team at Radio Sai have come up with a way for devotees to take a virtual tour of Prasanthi Nilayam from the comfort of their own homes. Launched recently, this online tour takes views through important attractions in Prasanthi Nilayam.
The Australian National Media Team are currently embarking on their own ambitious projects. Two new and exciting projects they have planned are:
1) Virtual Sai Centre – running of Centre activities in English from start to the finish – on Website/YouTube
The idea is by providing platform for wider community and young new generations to understand, experience, expand and live with Sai ideals/teachings
2) Virtual Tour to Prasanthi Nilayam – virtual visit to:
(a) Prasanthi prayer session
(b) Visiting Mandir and interesting sites including Chaitanya Jyoti, Museum, etc. – on Website/YouTube
The intent of this idea is to attract and facilitate visits to Prasanthi Nilayam.
With SSIOAU members becoming better and better versed in undertaking a large number of Virtual prayers we think now this is the perfect time to take little steps to do and expand HIS mission to the wider community so that people from everywhere are able to enjoy the bliss of the Sai Centre and Prasanthi Nilayam from the comfort of their own home.
If you are a creative mind or have skills in Information Technology we would love to hear from you to be involved in these innovative projects. Please contact us at email@example.com if you are interested in being involved with these projects for benefit of many millions of people in the years to come!
As part of the Pre-World Conference activities, Zone 3 organised a webinar talk on 26 January 2020 by Dr Sai Giridhar on the topic of Purity is Enlightenment. Dr Sai Giridhar is an alumni of Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Learning (SSIHL) and is well renowned for his insightful and practical talks which are delivered with energy and humour.
The last few months have been extremely challenging and has literally brought human kind to a virtual standstill. From a spiritual standpoint we believe that everything is a result of Bhagawan’s will. The current pandemic is no different. We must take this as a blessing and go deep within to realise HIS presence in our heart.
The National Aradhana Mahotsavam celebrations were held online this year from 8:00 pm to 9:45 pm AEST on 24 April 2020. Members were provided a link to the Sai Australia YouTube channel through which everyone was able to view the online proceedings to mark the auspicious occasion in the Sai Calendar.