Maha Shivaratri

The opportunity to engage in the service of God is not only a pious deed but most unique and valuable. Any seva rendered to God becomes a deposit of your meritorious deed in the Divine Bank of God. As said in the scriptures devotees who perform the specific prescribed rituals during the specific auspicious occasion is the Seva that most pleases the Lord.

Devotees can avail the opportunity of performing Sai Rudra Lingabhisheka seva with Panchamrit, ganga jal, rudraksha, bilwa patri & lingadonda seeds under the sacred Rudraksha Tree in this Ashram. which are very dear to Lord Shiva.

In the evening at Sai Kumar Vyadhi Nivarana Ashram, special Pancha Lingabhisheka Seva is followed by Sadguruji’s Pravachan and bhajans. Later Sadguruji blesses the devotees with the sacred Trident amidst the chanting of “Om Om Namah Shivaya”.

Note: This year Thursday 27th, February.

Sri Rama Navami / Sai Baba Jayanthi

The auspicious day of Sri Rama Navami is celebrated as Sri Sai Baba Jayanthi. Special seva of ‘Sri Sita Rama Archana’ is performed by devotees with haldi, kum kuma, akshatas, flowers and pearls.This is followed by ‘Sri Sai Baba Ashtottara Seva under the sacred Ashoka tree.

In the evening, special Sai Baba seva & Bhajans is performed followed by Sadguruji’s divine message at Sai Kumar Vyadhi Nivarana Ashram.

Note: This year SRI RAMA NAVAMI AND BABA JAYANTHI Tuesday, 8th April

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Guru Pournima

Vyasa Poornima’, which falls in the month of Ashadha, is considered a very sacred day since time immemorial. It is dedicated to the worship of Vyasa Maharishi, the author of the Vedas, Mahabharata (the fifth Veda) and the Bhagavata, the Puranas, Brahmasutras Guru’s mission: The Guru’s mission appears to be two-fold. The first and most important concern of the Guru is to awaken, elevate and transform the seeker. The second and final purpose of the Guru is paradoxically to help the disciple seeker to transcend this state of complete dependence on the Master, which dependence the Guru himself had taken such pains to foster. The final spurt of realizing his true identity with God is exclusively the Seeker’s job. Significance of Guru Poornima Day. The Pournima(Full Moon) Day in the month of Ashadha(July) is known as Guru Pournima. This is a very sacred day on which special worship is performed to the Acharyas, Gurus, who, through their Infinite Compassion and Supreme Grace, have imparted the Knowledge of the Absolute(Brahma Vidya) through a long and continuous line of Acharyas (Guru Parampara) to all the Seekers of the Self. Every year on the auspicious ocassion of Guru Pournima, from 5.00 P.M onwards, there will be VYASA PUJA & DIVINE MESSAGE and DARSHAN BY H.H. SADGURU SRI SRI SRI SAI KUMAR BABAJI

Note: This year GURU POURNIMA MAHOTSAVAM on Tuesday, 19th July

Sri Sai Saptah Utsavam -2016 Day -1 Sri Sai Haridra Ganapati Seva.

Sri Sai Saptah Utsavam 2016, day-2 started with Sri Sai Swarnabhishekam followed by Sri Sai Vibhuthi Seva and Sri Sai Annaprasada Seva. The core programme in the evening was the Sri Sai Palaki Seva in which devotees participated; invigorated with vibes of Divine Energy.

Sri Sai Saptah Utsavam- Day -3 celebrated on the ousipicious ‘Toli Ekadasi’ day on Friday July 15,2016. Sri Lakshmi Narayana Kalyanam was performed by Pujya Sadguru Sri Sai Sai Kumar Babaji. Devotees participated in this ritual & also worshipped the ‘Neem Tree’ (Embodiment of Goddess Sri Lakshmi) & the ‘Peepul Tree’ ( Manifestation of Lord Sri Maha Vishnu).

Navaratri Utsavam

Navarathri means a nine day festival invoking mother Shakti in her various forms. To slay the evil demons Lakshmi, Parvathi, Saraswathi were invoked where Sri Shakti or Maa Durga emerged. It is said that this form of Devi surpasses even the power of the Trimurthis.

According to Devi Bhagavatha almost all humans are covered with nine whorls of ignorance which prevents them from experiencing eternal bliss. The form of Sri Chakra is like a fortress with the supreme mother seated in the Garbhalaya having 9 walls each with a door. Symbolically the devotee conquers each fort (layer), similar to how Maha Durga fought Mahishasura and emerged victorious. So during these 9 days a devotee invokes the divine mother Durga’s help to surmount obstacles, pray to Maa Laxmi to bestow peace and prosperity and contemplate Maa Saraswathi in order to gain knowledge and wisdom.

It is also said that the earth experiences her colossal presence for nine days hence she hears our prayers very easily. So, during these nine days let mother be invited into our hearts and entreat her to dispel the darkness of maya and ignite the light of knowledge.

Sai Geetha Ashram organizes the “Nava-Shakti Homam” during Navarathri in prayer to the 9 forms of Devi-Shailaputri, Brahmacharini, Chandraghanteti, Kushmanda, Skandamata, Katyayini, Kalaratri and Maha Gouri who will be worshipped with faith and devotion.

Check in events for the Kushmanda Seva date.


Sai Baba Maha Samadhi (Dassera)

In the evening at Sai Kumar Vyadhi Nivarana Ashram, Sadguruji performs special Sai Seva with offerings of jowar roti and red sorrel curry which is very dear to Sai Baba followed by Sadguruji’s Pravachan.
on 2nd October Friday

Kartika Vana Mahotsavam


na kartika namo maasah na devah keshavaat param.
na cha veda samam shasteam na thirtham gangaayaa

“There is no month as great as Kartika, there is no god as great as Lord Vishnu, there is no sacred river as great as the Ganga.”

Kartikais an auspicious month that comes after the razzle-dazzle of Deepavali. It is believed that any ritual, meritorious deed, japa or meditation done during this month bestows fruitful results, barren couples are blessed with children, the unmarried tie the nuptial knot, prolonged sicknesses are cured, washes away the past sins and makes life blessed. The month of Kartika is a season of week-end picnics. Tulsi Kalyanam, Satyanarayana Vratham, Vanabhojan and Deepotsav are the joyous occasions usually celebrated in this month.

Tulsi Kalyanam is performed every year at Sai Geetha Ashram. To witness or perform a divine wedding is all the more blissful in terms of value and believed to cleanse us of all negativity.
The Samuhika Satyanarayana Vratam performed on the Kartika Pournima day under the sacred trees is considered to be the most auspicious – ‘dhatri – good education, ‘rudraksha’- helps nullifies all types of afflictions, ‘Kadamba’ – clears karmic influences, ‘Kalpa’ – fulfils  noble desires, ‘Shami’ – ensures success in endeavors, ‘Krishna Marri’ … etc. Keeping in view the close bond between man and the green cover on the earth, it is a rare treat to perform this ritual under the canopy of the sacred lush greenary of Sai Geetha Ashram to ensure abundance in one’s life.

Instead of the modern picnics of enjoyment and merry-making, the ancient system of vana-bhojan is to inculcate in people to spend their time in a good way and worship Mother nature. People offer food very devoutedly either to the gooseberry, peepul or banyan tree and partake the consecrated food in a gathering. This practice in the midst of nature has come to be known as Vana-bhojan.

The supreme effulgence of Kartika Deepam is kindled in this month. Lighting this lamp signifies the annihilation of the inherent negative qualities. The flame of this light radiates infinite energy of positive currents and will illumine your life, spreading joy and peace in your family. Lamp our light through Kartika. On Kartika pournima Laksha Deepotsavam is organised in Dr. Sai Kumar Vyadhi Nivarana Ashram.

Sarva Dosha Nivarana Maha Yajna

Yajna is an act of human welfare and personal redemption. Any noble deed performed together for the good of mankind is Yajna.

Since Krita Yuga, each age has been marked with Yajnas and rituals. With the beginning of Kali Yuga, the darkness of Kalipurusha has engulfed man with only 25% dharma existing. Hence, Sanatana Dharma lays great emphasis on the performance of Yajna not only to appease and control the forces of nature, but also to channelize one’s own positive energetic aura to help attain peace and success. But, today’s modern man has forgotten the custom of appeasing Mother Nature to whom he owes his very existence. He is mercilessly deforesting the lush greenary, tearing apart nature’s bosom and is greedily encroaching upon more than he should do. He is not only disturbing the eco balance inviting natural calamities, but is also falling a prey to Kali dosh, the effects of which is already rampant in every household.

The various afflictions caused by wrong deeds or harm done knowingly or unknowingly in earlier births either in a particular place, or to a tiny insect or worm, bird or animal, fellow-men or ‘panch mahabhutas’ has thus a negative influence in our present day world. In addition, we make our day to day life more miserable by doing wrong deeds enticed by Kali dosh.

Just as every man gets his admission and egress card along with his birth, even so he carries his history card containing the negative effects of his previous deeds or Karma Dosha. These doshas are either due to ‘nakshatra dosha’ (time of birth), ‘navagraha dosh’ (planetary influence in life), ‘sthaan dosh’, (a place that weakens one’s growth in life), ‘vaastu dosh’ that plays havoc in the house or office and various other afflictions which brings in animosities towards one another, restrained relationships, ill-fame, ill-health, financial losses, obstacles in endeavours, so on and so forth.

In order to help mitigate the countless sufferings of the people at large, Sai Geetha Ashram organises the Sarva Dosha Nivarana Maha Yajna. The most profound and sublime yajna, the first of its kind in the world started by H.H. Sadguru Sri Sri Sri Sai Kumar Babaji, performed annually since 45 years on the last Sunday of December at Sai Geetha Ashram, Ranga Reddy District, Andhra Pradesh, India.

The core programme of this special event is the mass congregation of devotees coming from all walks of life who offer en masse prayers and break coconuts all at a predestinated time, saturating mother earth with pure coconut water. Praying together unleashes tremendous power enough to make the Divine leave His heavenly abode and descend on earth to shower His Grace. The breaking of the coconut is the most significant and purest form of offering in any occasion, ritual or festival. It symbolises the shattering of cosmic negative forces and afflictions and receiving in abundance the ethereal benevolence of the Divine.

This yajna is not only for individual benefit but also for universal peace and harmony.

‘ Loka samastha sukhino bhavantu’ If we and all creatures are to be happy in this world, we must obtain the blessings of the deities who govern the cosmic forces. So, why not we come forward, together and invoke His blessings.
28th December Last Sunday