Addressing a mammoth gathering at Gudur some years ago, Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba said, "You will not be wrong, if you call Me Prema-Swaroopa." In fact, Baba showers Prema (Love), seeks Prema, and establishes Prema in the heart of the individual, the fabric of society, and the complex of nations. Humanity, which has lost its way and is shivering in terror, unable to control the evil that it has generated by its insane pranks, needs Baba's Grace and Prema, to allay its neurosis and bring it back to the Light. Baba had said twenty-two years ago that He would inaugurate His Task of recreating and reforming Man on the true basis of Dharma, when He should have completed thirty-two years of stay here upon the Earth. In 1958, when He reached that moment, He blessed the venture of a monthly magazine and He named it Sanathana Sarathi, a name full of the fragrance of the Gita and the Lord's Role as the Charioteer of whoever selects Him as the Guide. It is significant that the very first series of articles that Baba wrote for the Sanathana Sarathi was Prema Vahini. These discourses are collected in this book, as they were first presented, in English translation. Sathya (truth), Dharma (righteousness, code of duties, essential nature of a being or thing), Shanti (peace), and Prema (Love) are the Four Pillars of the new World of the Sai Era and under Baba's guidance, humanity has to discover Shanti, through Prema. For that task, this book will be of great help. While reading it, you are in touch with the very source of Prema. While translating its message into action, you are visibly led on by the Grace of the Lord Himself and while enjoying the thrill of Sadhana (spiritual practice) prescribed here, you are responding to the majesty of the very Ocean of Mercy.
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Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba (Author)
Sri Sathya Sai Baba was born as Sathyanarayana Raju on November 23rd, 1926 in the village of Puttaparthi, in the state of Andhra Pradesh in South India. Even as a child, His spiritual inclination and contemplative nature set Him apart from other c...