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Sathya Sai Baba

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Tell Kyra to Keep Painting

‘Tell Kyra to keep painting,’ Swami instructed in a dream a few days back. Now, Kyra, my daughter, is no artist, although she likes to draw like most children. It is music that she calls her best friend, because it calms her. Yet this dream is special to me because Kyra has been quite sad … Continue reading

Come To Me

A poem that expresses an individual soul’s pining for the Divine. Originally posted by Aparajita Bhattacharjee on her blog http://sundayoutpor.blogspot.com/2011/07/come-to-me.html Come to me in spirit I seek Come to me in moments I speak Come to me in voice alone Come to me in times of doom. Come to me in dreams I see That … Continue reading

Nourishing Blood With Love – The Haemometer Episode With My Beloved Swami

An important facet of the Master is that for Him nothing is trivial or important. What is important for you is for Him too. That is the way He wins hearts. And that is how Sri Sathya Sai won my heart! I did only two years of my schooling in the Sathya Sai Higher Secondary … Continue reading

My College was Different!

“Did you have ragging in your college?” asked my friend. “Er.., No! Not really” I blurted. Last week, I was sitting with two friends, when one of them asked me which college I was educated from.  I said I studied from Sri Sathya Sai University, in Puttaparthi, India. The question that followed took me by … Continue reading

A Letter to Swami

Dear Swami, I may not be the best daughter But You gave me the best parents So that I can be a better daughter. I may not be the best wife But You gave me the best husband So that I can be a better wife. I may not be the best mother But You … Continue reading

The Quest

A short poem written on the passing away of Swami- one of those mighty rivers that cross our path but once in a long, long while. Empires rose then dissolved, their conflicts unresolved. Civilizations shone and faded away, Thus it was and thus it will stay. While mighty rivers that once gave life, breathed their … Continue reading

Stuff Sathya Sai Baba the Trickster Tricked me Into

At age 17, I faced a decisive moment in my small town existence – go to big city Delhi with its cool air ( metaphorically speaking of course, as my small town is 2000 meters above sea level) and cooler life or go to an ashram for a ‘nunnery’ like insulated education. No, I wasn’t … Continue reading