Sathya Sai Baba Centre is Temporarily Closed

Sai Centre is temporarily Closed

Sai Ram everyone, The Sai Centre will be temporarily closed for darshan from 5th to 30th May 2021, due to the rising cases in the community, and announcement of stricter Covid measures. We will update via this website and social media from time to time.

Samastha Lokaah Sukhinobhavanthu
Praying for the well-being of the entire universe, let us chant this continuously everyday at a focussed fast pace for just 2 minutes, to complete 108 times of chanting. (You may use the stopwatch on your phone).

Background
As you may recall, the Sai Centre had re-opened since July 2020 for private worship. We have since been complying with several requirements such as using SafeEntry, practicing safe distancing, and the use of masks and hand sanitizers. Our volunteers on duty have been guiding you to keep everyone safe. The Sai Centre was open twice a week – on Thursday evenings (7 pm to 9 pm) and on Saturday evenings (6:30 pm to 7:30 pm).  These were instructions for those visiting. We will resume shortly. 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.

Please let us know if you have any questions. Thank you and Sai Ram! 🙏🏼

Our regular weekly bhajans on Thursdays continue through our YouTube channel.  Please also follow us on our FaceBook page. Do stay home, and stay safe, tune in and join our online programmes. For any enquiries, please write to us at admin@saisociety.org.sg.

Ongoing Sadhana Plan

We started a Sadhana progamme for Sai Aradhana;  it was a very easy Sadhana Plan that everyone can practise at home. For those of us who can continue this sadhana, this can continue as our ongoing Sadhana, while we fight the coronavirus all over the world, and pray for all those who are affected.