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  • Sathya Sai Speaks volume
    this material is copyrighted by the Sri Sathya Sai Books Publications Trust It is for individual use only and is not to be sold or distributed in any way Use Adobe Acrobat Reader to read the pdf files The Vahinis by Sri Sathya Sai Baba translated into English Vidya Vahini pdf interactive file 751KB epub for ipad 558KB mobi for kindle 820KB In the interactive file å Table of contents

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  • Glossary of Sathya Sai Baba's Vahinis
    file The Vahinis use standard spellings for Sanskrit In addition this glossary provides phonetic spellings in parentheses after the standard ones to help you pronounce the Sanskrit Below we provide a short explanation of the phonetic spelling However keep in mind that Sanskrit has more phonemes than other languages while English has only 26 letters so pronunciation based on English spellings will be deficient Still it s better than nothing Vowels The most frequent short and long vowels are spelled and pronounced as follows Vowel English equivalent Vowel English equivalent a b u t u p rur a l i f i t f i ll aa f a ther t a r ee f ee d pol i ce ai I eye S ai u p u t f u ll b u sh au c ow uu b oo r u de f oo l For example the spelling aanandha bliss alerts the reader to the fact that the first syllable is long as in father so that the accent is on the first and not the second syllable Consonants Phonetic spelling of Sanskrit consonants is difficult because there are more consonants as well as vowels in Sanskrit than in English Also there are several d s s s and t s in Sanskrit which are aspirated differently In the examples of consonants given below the examples for bh dh and th are slightly misleading in that they may give the impression that two sounds are said separately when they are not The idea of the examples is to make it clear that the h is distinctly aspirated Consonant English equivalent b b uck bh a bh or d d rum dh a dh ere said rapidly dh d ice more like th is g g ood gh

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  • Summer Showers 1972
    Sathya Sai Baba at summer schools translated into English Summer Showers 1972 Complete volume Audio courtesy radiosai org 00 Front matter 01 Exhortation to students 02 Vedic truths belong to whole world 03 Nature of the human mind 04 What the Upanishads teach us 05 The nature of truth 06 Kama and krodha 07 Purusha and prakruthi 08 Lessons of the Bhagavad Gita 09 The path of bhakthi 10 Meditation

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  • Summer Showers 1990
    matter 01 20 05 90am The glory of Indian culture listen dwnld 02 20 05 90pm Sanctify the body listen dwnld 03 21 05 90 The moving temple listen dwnld 04 22 05 90 Mastery of the senses listen dwnld 05 23 05 90 Road to divinity listen dwnld 06 24 05 90 Hold the reins listen dwnld 07 25 05 90 Vagaries of the mind listen dwnld 08 26

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  • Summer Showers 1973
    The ladder that enables an listen dwnld 04 23 05 73 Avoid the cycle of births and listen dwnld 05 24 05 73 Seek the company of good people listen dwnld 06 25 05 73 Human life is sacred do not waste it listen dwnld 07 26 05 73 Turn your mind inward to the Atma listen dwnld 08 27 05 73 Service to man is service to listen dwnld 09 28 05 73 Conquer your senses there 10 29 05 73 Worship a picture as God but not listen dwnld 11 Detachment is possible for one and all 12 Grace of God can change a 13 02 06 73 Detachment gives peace even listen dwnld 14 03 06 73 Young persons should have full listen dwnld 15 04 06 73 Morality and truth constitute listen dwnld 16 05 06 73 All differences in the world relate 17 06 06 73 Seek work worship and wisdom avoid listen dwnld 18 07 06 73 Jiva and Brahman are like two 19 08 06 73 Present is the most sacred of all time 20 09 06 73 True education results in humility 21 10 06 73 Dharma will always protect those 22

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  • Summer Showers 1972
    Showers 1991 Complete volume Audio courtesy radiosai org 00 Front matter 01 20 05 91 The end of education is to character 02 21 05 91 The Vedic heritage of India 03 23 05 91 Thath Thwam Asi That thou art 04 24 05 91 Isaavaasya Upanishad renunciation and pleasure 05 25 05 91 Kenopanishad 06 26 05 91 Prasnopanishad answers to the first student 07 27 05 91 Prasnopanishad

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  • Summer Showers 1974, Part 1
    English Summer Showers 1974 Part I Complete volume Audio courtesy radiosai org 00 Front matter 01 Opening discourse 02 Brahman and Bharath as the thene 03 Brahman denotes the totality of 04 Sath chit ananda are natural to every 05 All religions lead to the same goal 06 Brahman is within you and is 07 Karma and dharma lead to 08 All creation and all streams of life 09 Man

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  • Summer Showers 1993
    Sai Baba at summer schools translated into English Summer Showers 1993 Complete volume Audio courtesy radiosai org 00 Front matter 01 20 05 93am From humanity to divinity listen dwnld 02 20 05 93pm The quest for divinity listen dwnld 03 21 05 93 The mysteries of the mind listen dwnld 04 22 05 93 Sathyam Shivam Sundaram listen dwnld 05 Thought the basis of creation 06 24 05 93

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