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  • Bhagawan’s 96th Birthday Celebration Photos

    96th Birthday Celebration – Some Photos

    Sairam. Bhagawan’s 96th Birthday Celebration was a welcome relief for hundreds of devotees who attended on Tuesday. Nearly a 1000 devotees came during the day; they all went about darshan in a disciplined manner, as is typical amongst Sai devotees. The safe management volunteers on duty assisted them with the checkin/checkout and the safe distancing protocols. Volunteers constantly disinfected the high-touch surfaces to keep everyone safe. The evening bhajans were attended by over 100 devotees, limited by the safe management protocols. Hundreds of others joined the bhajans online through the Live transmission. Here is a recording of the morning prayers at the Sai Centre: https://youtu.be/MVwPsNr7TB4, and the evening bhajan https://youtu.be/VQjjWkNnIgs.

  • Bhagawan’s 96th Birthday Celebrations
    Bhagawan’s 96th Birthday Celebrations

    Bhagawan’s 96th Birthday Celebrations

    On-site at the Sai Centre & Live through YouTube


    Bhagawan’s 96th Birthday will be celebrated with opening of the Sathya Sai Baba Centre through the day for Darshan and prayers, and with evening bhajans (7:30 pm-9:00 pm) at the Sai Centre on 23rd November 2021. This year, the Birthday is also part of the Silver Jubilee Celebrations of the Sai Temple (Sathya Sai Baba Centre). The Sai Centre was inaugurated in September 1986, and hence completed 25 years in its service to the community, volunteers and devotees.

    If you wish to have Darshan at the Sai Centre altar, you may visit any time between 9 am and 1 pm in the morning, or between 3 pm and 6 pm in the afternoon. No prior-registration is needed. Darshan closes at 6 pm, for volunteers to prepare the venue for the evening bhajans. After this time, no darshan walk-ins will be allowed.

    Evening bhajans on-site are based on registration only. The programme will also be live-streamed on our YouTube channel. You may alternatively watch the programme live on YouTube instead of being seated in the Sai Centre.

    Let us all join in the bhajans and pray to Bhagawan and seek His blessings. Seating capacity at the venue is limited; hence we have a registration process. As per Government rules, only fully vaccinated devotees can participate in this event on-site. Please use this link to register: Registration Link for Birthday Evening Bhajans. Registration is open.

    Alternatively, you may also join us online through live streaming through our YouTube channel Sai Society YouTube Channel

    Information if you are attending in person at the Sai Centre

    All of us have to comply with several requirements such as being fully vaccinated, using TraceTogether app/token, practising safe distancing, wearing masks and using hand sanitisers. Fully vaccinated means, receiving at least 2 doses, and after 2 weeks after second dose. Our volunteers on duty will help guide you to keep everyone safe. 

    TraceTogether-only SafeEntry 

    As per the govt. regulations, checking in using the TraceTogether (TT) mobile app or token will be mandatory. Hence, we strongly recommend that devotees download the TraceTogether app or carry a TraceTogether token before attending.

    More info:

    TraceTogether mobile app : https://www.tracetogether.gov.sg/

    TraceTogether Token: https://token.gowhere.gov.sg


    • In-person attendance for the programme is strictly by prior registration only. 
    • If you are unable to attend, please cancel your appointment to open up the slot for other devotees.
    • Please display your booking confirmation to our volunteers upon arrival

    Registrations are open and will close on 23rd November 2021 or when the limit is reached (whichever is earlier).

    Registration link:  Registration Link for Birthday Evening Bhajans.

    COVID-19 Safe Management Measures

    Devotees must be fully vaccinated, as shown on their TraceTogether app (2 doses of vaccine + 2 weeks). 

    Devotees must wear their masks at all times, refrain from giving chorus for Bhajans and also avoid approaching the altar at any time. 

    No food or snack will be served. Please carry your own water bottle.

    Please do not bring any prasadam or flowers to the centre.

    Devotees are requested not to gather/interact with others before/after programme.


    For those who are driving: Please park at Moulmein View HDB car park or on Shrewsbury Road. For safe management, the back gate is closed; you would need to use the side alley next to the Buddhist Temple to arrive at the main gate on Moulmein Road. 

    Please see the poster on guidelines for your visit (attached). 

    While we have planned several safety measures for the safety of both devotees and volunteers, and to comply with the Government’s regulations, each of us should play our part in protecting everyone. We request the cooperation of everyone to ensure a safe, fulfilling and uplifting experience for all.  

    Please let us know if you have any questions by emailing prayers@saisociety.org.sg. Thank you and Sai Ram! 🙏🏼

  • Sai Centre is Temporarily Closed

    Sai Centre is Temporarily Closed

    Sairam. Due to the rising Covid cases, Sai Centre will be temporarily closed for darshan. The Government has recommended that senior citizens avoid congregations, and it is important that we prioritise the safety of everyone. We are also suspending the Food Packing Seva and Centre Cleaning Seva in October. In view of this, we will not publish the 𝑂𝑐𝑡𝑜𝑏𝑒𝑟 𝑚𝑜𝑛𝑡ℎ𝑙𝑦 𝑐𝑎𝑙𝑒𝑛𝑑𝑎𝑟.

    Navarathri prayers will commence on 7th October, and conclude on 15th October as in previous years. This year, the programme will be conducted online, and you may safely participate in them from your home.

  • The Story of the Sathya Sai Baba Centre

    The Story of the Sathya Sai Baba Centre (Video)

    Sairam! As part of the Silver Jubilee Celebrations of the Sathya Sai Baba Centre in Singapore, we wrote about the construction of the building and its inauguration. But just how did the idea for the building come about? And how did our dear Bhagawan make it happen? Let us hear from the principal instrument in this initiative – 𝙋𝙧𝙤𝙛 𝙔𝙚𝙤𝙝 𝙆𝙞𝙖𝙣 𝙃𝙞𝙖𝙣, whose strong desire to have a premises for Sai Society’s activities in Singapore was blessed by Bhagawan. Let us hear from him about his journey to Sai and how things fell into place for the birth of the Sai Centre building.

    This is your direct link to the video on our YouTube channel. https://youtu.be/z1il456ghFM.

    Prof Yeoh with Bhagawan
  • Silver Jubilee of our Sai Temple
    Symbolising Unity of all Faiths

    Silver Jubilee Celebrations of Sai Centre

    Sairam. Let us all join together to celebrate the Silver Jubilee of our Sai Temple in Singapore – the Sathya Sai Baba Centre at 133 Moulmein Road. It was formally inaugurated on 21st September 1996 by the former President of Republic of Singapore, Mr. Wee Kim Wee. It was earlier consecrated through a multi-faith ceremony. The plaque at the entrance of the building symbolises the main purpose of the building and the Sai temple it houses. For more details on how the Sai Centre came about, please visit the Sai Centre’s History page.

    Multi-faith event to consecrate the Sai Centre

    We have put together a series of programmes for the month of September to mark the Silver Jubilee. All the programmes will be streamed through our YouTube channel. The Ganesh Chaturthi bhajans will also be held at the Centre, and streamed live from there. The on-site attendance requires registration, and this information has been published in a separate post.

    The speakers who have agreed to conduct the 3 Satsangs over 3 weekends are familiar to us – all of them have spoken at the Sai Centre before. Sri Vedanarayanan and Sri Ravi Kumar from Prasanthi Nilayam, and Smt. Geetha Mohan Ram from the USA will be speaking at the Satsangs. Please see below the programmes. Please mark your dairy and participate in the programmes. We also have Seva programmes in September.

    Look forward to your participation in the programmes.

    Silver Jubilee Programme

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Sairam. Welcome to Sri Sathya Sai Society, Singapore.