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Our Guru

Sri Madhusudan Sai

prema paramparā - A Legacy of Love

Sadguru Sri Madhusudan Sai is leading the mission of spirituality and service at Sathya Sai Grama, that was started by a set of dedicated volunteers under the direct guidance of Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba, almost four decades ago. 

Walking in the footsteps of Baba, Sri Madhusudan Sai is furthering Baba’s mission by establishing various humanitarian service projects across 30 countries apart from several institutions of public service in the field of nutrition, education and healthcare in India, all free of charges to the needy. Several spiritual centres across the globe now guide humanity on the path of oneness, towards the highest Advaitic realisation of one supreme truth, one united world and one global family. 

Three super specialty paediatric cardiac care hospitals, 23 values-based educational campuses in South India, including a university, and a morning nutrition programme which nourishes over 450,000 school-going children every single day, have been established to offer services absolutely free of cost to children from needy and impoverished backgrounds. Over 100,000 little hearts have been mended at the temples of healing and 5,000 rural children have been empowered with values-based integral education at the temples of learning, and  10 Centres of Human Development in 10 countries have been established to carry out spiritual and service activities across the world, all deeply rooted in Baba’s teaching,  Love All Serve All.

Baba who is well-known as a humanitarian to the world, a philanthropist to agnostics, a spiritual Guru to millions, and revered by many as a divine soul from India, established a spiritual universe and put it on the world’s consciousness. His life’s work, especially for the underprivileged through His initiatives across education, healthcare, drinking water, nutrition and rural development has benefited millions across the world. Baba constantly reminded everyone that service to others will ultimately help them inch closer their true divine selves. Though He shed His mortal coil in April 2011, He continues this glorious mission of awakening the Divinity latent in all of mankind, through the instrumentation of Sri Madhusudan Sai,  by guiding from the spirit world. The magnitude of the service projects executed is expanding at an inexorable pace.

The serendipitous life of Sadguru Sri Madhusudan Sai, is a perfect example of how man can transcend the limitations of individual existence to embrace a life of higher universal consciousness, through surrender to one’s Guru. 

The prema paramparā of Sai continues…

His Philosophy - “Self-Realisation is My Religion”

Deeply rooted in the idea of Advaita, Sri Madhusudan Sai believes that the world needs self-realised individuals, more than anything else. For Him, self-realisation is not something which happens after leaving the mortal coil, but rather, it is very natural and totally possible, here and now.

His devotion and selfless service to humanity is to prepare more men and women with spiritual character, who will not be swayed away by the vagaries of life, but rather be firm in their conviction of their own spiritual existence. 

With the ultimate experience of the transcendental truth, an individual sees the oneness in all creation, and hence it is natural to love and serve all without any distinction. Thus, service finds its foundations in spirituality, and spirituality finds its fulfilment in service.

Love – Service – Spirituality
His Teaching - “aha brahmā, sarva brahmā"

‘I am God, all is God’, is the simplest way the highest vedantic truth can be put. To make this 
idea a living experiential reality for all mankind, is his way of doing his duty towards the greatest seers of ancient India and world over, who taught the oneness of all existence. 

Sadguru Sri Madhusudan Sai is on a global mission of teaching this supreme truth to humanity. He passionately and emphatically propagates and encourages everyone, young and old, to constantly meditate upon this mantrā, “ahaṃ brahmā, sarvaṃ brahmā”, for the ultimate truth to reveal itself, and be firmly established in all.