Sri Sathya Sai Baba: His Ashram
Sathya Sai Baba spends most of His time in one of three ashrams shown below.
Prasanthi Nilayam, in Puttaparthy, Andra Pradesh (about 125 kilometers northeast of Bangalore, India) is His main ashram.
Brindavan, in Whitefield (on the outskirts of Bangalore, India) is His second ashram.
Kodai Kanal, a "hill station" in the south of India, is His third ashram.
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showing where the ashrams are.
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get there, accommodations, schedule, pictures, etc.
Prasanthi Nilayam (meaning Abode Of Highest Peace) is Baba's main Ashram and bears testimony of Bhagawan's Divinity. The millions who throng this small township in a remote part of Andhra Pradesh in India experience its divine vibrations, which are soaked in its atmosphere. They come from all parts of the world, from nearly 180 countries spending their money and time to have Darshan and blessings of Bhagawan. When they return to their countries and places, they carry with them numerous stories of experiences, which describe the divine love of Bhagawan for the entire mankind. Bhagawan's presence has made Prashanthi Nilayam a township of love and peace. It is a different world altogether where Sathya, Dharma, Santhi, Prema and Ahimsa permeate the entire environment. Though there are crowds everywhere, there are no jarring noises. There is cleanliness, order, discipline, courtesy and humility everywhere. This is a mini world in itself. People from different countries following different religions, speaking different languages live together, dine together and mingle with each other with sacred feelings of love and brotherhood. If one wants to see
"brotherhood of man and fatherhood of God" not merely in theory but in practice, one can see it in Prashanthi Nilayam.