Excerpts from some of the video recordings of Sai Events held within Australia.
Excerpts from the 4th annual ‘ALL FAITH MUSIC FESTIVAL’ held in Melbourne, Australia.
11th September 2016
The Guest speaker was: Lakshmi Enjeti, former National Ladies’ Wing Coordinator
Easwaramma Day in the ACT Region
8th May 2016
Sathya Sai International Organisation of Australia & PNG (ACT Region)
Sai Young Adults presents a third session of My Sai & I with Br Amitabh Das Gupta on 25th June 2016 in Canberra, ACT, Australia
Br Amitabh Das Gupta has been blessed to have spent many precious moments with Swami from a very young age. He had completed his entire education from Grade 1 through to his MBA at Swami’s educational institutions. After completing his studies, Amitabh was chosen by Swami himself to serve in the Ashram between1999 and 2005.
UNITE THROUGH LOVE
Interfaith Event with Dato J Jagadeesan
NSW Regions East & West
11th June 2016
Glimpses of the Gita – Dato Jega Jagadeesan
9th June 2016
The Role of Different Faiths in Creating National Unity and a Caring Society – Dato Jega Jagadeesan
8th June 2016
Victoria Region East Session with Dato J. JAGADEESAN
‘The Message and World Legacy of Sathya Sai Baba and what is your role’
5th June 2016
Dato J Jagadeesan is a dynamic and inspiring speaker who has been active in interfaith and service projects around the world as well as having many personal experiences with Swami over the years. Jagadeesan is currently Chair of the Interfaith Committee of Public Outreach Committee of Sathya Sai International Organisation. He has traveled extensively promoting interfaith, spiritual values and human values.
Jagadeesan is a former trade ambassador for Malaysia (hence the honorific Dato’) and a well known devotee of Sri Sathya Sai Baba who has visited Australia on many occasions.
Victoria Region West Session with Dato J. JAGADEESAN
1) How to connect with the Formless Sai and
2) How to motivate and be motivated instruments of Sai.
4th June 2016
YOUTH SESSION with Dato J Jagadeesan
4th June 2016
Excerpt of a musical presentation performed at the Maha Samadhi Celebration held in Melbourne, Australia
24th April 2016
Neville Fredericks (Zone 3 Chair, Sathya Sai International Organisation) keynote speech at the Maha Samadhi Celebrations in Melbourne on 24th April 2016
A short trailer of the ‘All Faith Music Festival’ held in Melbourne, Australia
on 16th August 2015
An Evening with Professor Anil Kumar
Melbourne, Australia -11th June 2015
Br Amitabh Das Gupta (former Swami’s student from 1982 to 1999) and worked at Prasanthi Nilayam from 1999 to 2005, gave a talk at Swami’s 88th (Advent) Birthday Celebrations held in Melbourne, Australia on 23rd November 2013.
He also gave a talk in the Divine Presence of Bhagawan in Sai Kulwant Hall on New Years Day 2014
There was one speaker for this session, who represented the Alumni – former students of Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Learning. Amitabh Das Gupta, former student who lives in Melbourne, spoke in in this session. Amitabh, who had his entire edcuation at Sathya Sai Baba’s hallowed portals in the Sathya Sai Vidya Giri (place of wealth of education) reminsced on a couple of beautiful personal experiences that conveyed Baba’s love. Amitabh, representing the entire block of Alumni offered rich gratitude at the Lotus Feet of Sahtya Sai Baba for making them what they are today. (Skip to about 37:06 mins.)
Satsang with Sumeet Tappoo
(Excerpts from a workshop held in Melbourne, Australia on the 2nd February 2013)
Br Sumeet Tappoo is a well known singer who has performed many times in front of Swami (Bhagavan Sri Sathya Sai Baba)
Here he sings many beautiful & soulful bhajans (Devotional Singing) and tells us of an amazing revelation that Swami personally told him about a month after His 85th Birthday Celebrations.
“On the 23rd November 2010 (Swami’s Birthday) at approxiamately 11.20am… those bells signified the end of Kali Yuga and the beginning of the Golden Age.
Not my words!…Swami’s words!!!
This is not some calculation. This from God’s Mouth…” – Sumeet Tappoo
Mr. Sumeet Tappoo was born in Fiji and learnt music from childhood under the guidance of music legend Sri Anup Jalota. He released his first album at the tender age of eleven and has performed over 450 concerts in India, USA, UK, Canada, South Africa, Mauritius, Australia, New Zealand and Fiji. Inspired by Sathya Sai Baba and His teachings, he has released many devotional albums dedicated to Him. Sumeet aims to motivate his peers, the youngsters of today, towards spirituality and the practice of human values through his music.
Excerpts from Professor Anil Kumar’s talk in Melbourne, Australia – 1st February 2013
He is best known for translating Swami’s discourses into English. He also gives very popular talks on Sunday mornings in Prashanti Nilayam and visits many Sai centres for the same purpose. He has been the Principal of the Brindavan campus and even today serves in the Prasanthi Nilayam campus as a faculty member in the Department of Bio-Chemistry in the Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Learning.
His website is: The Voice Of Sai
Prof. Anil Kumar gives one of several talks at the ‘Sai National Conference’ held at the Australian National University in Canberra, Australia
26th – 28th January 2013
Leonardo Gutter is currently a member of the Prasanthi Council and was Chairman of the Sri Sathya Sai Organisation of Latin America Zone 2.
A psychologist by profession and a successful businessman.
He is one of the founding and first Coordinating Committee members of the Sathya Sai Organisation in Argentina.
For many years he also held the responsibility for coordinating cultural programs by devotees in Prashanthi Nilayam.
MY MASTER AND I
A performance by the Sai Youth during the Guru Poornima Victoria Unity Celebrations – 3/7/12
NATIONAL WALK FOR VALUES in Australia
12 April 2008
Values that define our human existence are worth walking for.
This values walk promotes the advancement of values in all facets of society – personal, family, education, in governance, in business and in sport. By walking for values, we are walking for
tolerance, unity and order in our nation.
The second annual National Walk for Values in Australia occured simultaneously in Brisbane, Sydney, Canberra, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth, providing an Australia-Wide context.
Be the change you want to see in the world – Gandhi
First and foremost, engage yourself in the service of society. What is society? Society is your own reflection. Therefore, do not distance yourself from society.
Keep yourself always engaged in the service of society. – Sathya Sai Baba
A collaborative service activity of the Sai Medical Unit of Australia and Sathya Sai Service Organisation of Fiji.
Free medical services were provided over the period 13th July to 18th July 2008 in the rural areas of Viti Levu, Fiji by volunteers from Australia, Fiji and New Zealand as a service project of the Sri Sathya Sai Service Organisation.
Note: The video footage and the photographs were taken by some of the members of the Sai Medical Unit of Australia