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What is Sathya Sai Service Organisation?

The Sathya Sai Organisation is a service Organisation with spiritual core and base, founded under the guidance and inspiration of Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba, for the benefit of mankind, not having any distinction or separateness on the basis of religion, race, nationality, caste, creed or sect.

Around the world, the Sathya Sai Centres consist of members of different ethnic groups and different religions, all pursuing their respective religions and fulfilling the teachings of their religions, but joining together for the service of mankind with the firm faith that service to man is service to God.

The Sri Sathya Sai Service Organisation is not an evangelical or a proselytising Organisation; it is not a religious or a multi-religious Organisation. It is a spiritual Organisation, which does not recognise any distinction or separateness on the basis of religion, caste, colour or creed.

The Organisation is open to and takes within its fold persons belonging to all religions - Christianity, Zoroastrianism, Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, Islam, etc. All these great religions have as their basic doctrine, the principles of Love and Non-Violence. The underlying unity of all these great faiths is the fundamental principle governing the functioning of the Sathya Sai Organisation and equal respect is given to al religions treating them as different sacred paths leading to the same goal.

What are the objectives of the Sathya Sai Organisation?

 The Sathya Sai Organisation is not an evangelical or proselytising Organisation.

Its principal objectives are:-

1.       to help the individual

a)        To be aware of the Divinity that is inherent in him and to conduct himself accordingly.

b)        To translate into practice in daily life, Divine love and perfection – and therefore

c)        To fill one’s life with joy, harmony, beauty, grace, human excellence and lasting happiness.

2.       to ensure that all human relations are governed by the principles of Truth, Right Conduct, Love, Peace and Non-violence.

3.       to make devotees of any religion more sincere and dedicated in the practice of their respective religion by understanding properly the true spirit of religion.


What are the rules of the organisation?

In order to help the members of the Organisation fulfil the above mentioned objectives, members are expected to follow a Code of Conduct. The Charter states that every member of the Organisation must undertake Sadhana (spiritual discipline) as an integral part of his/her daily life and abide by the following code of conduct.


 Nine Points Code Of Conduct

    1. Daily Meditation and Prayer

    2. Devotional Group Singing/Prayer with Members of the Family once a week


    3. Participation in Education Programmes (Bal Vikas) organised by the Centre for children of Sai Devotees


    4. Participation in Community work and other Programmes of the Organisation


    5. Attendance at least once a month in Group Devotional Singing organised by the Centre


     6. Regular Study of  Sai Literature


    7. Speak Softly and Lovingly to Everyone


    8. Not to indulge in Talking ill of others Specially in their Absence


    9. Put into practice “Ceiling on Desires” and Utilise the Savings generated for Service of Mankind





 The Ten-Fold Path to Divinity


In addition to the above Code of Conduct, Sathya Sai Baba has also given the "Ten-Fold Path of Divinity", as follows:


    1.    Love and Serve the Motherland; do not hate or hurt the Motherland of others.

    2.    Honour every religion; each is a pathway to the One God.

    3.    Love all men without distinction; know that all mankind is a single community.

    4.    Keep your home and its environs clean, it will ensure health and happiness for you and for society.

    5.   Do not throw coins when beggars stretch their hands for alms, help them to become self-reliant. Provide food and shelter, love and care for the sick and the aged.

    6.    Do not tempt others by offering bribes or demean yourself by accepting bribes.

    7.    Do not develop jealousy, hatred or envy, on any account.

    8.    Do not depend on others to serve your personal needs, become your own servant before proceeding to serve others.

    9.    Observe the laws of the state and be an exemplary citizen.

    10.  Adore God, Abhor sin.



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