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The Bhagawan Uvacha series brings to devotees the world over, a compilation of Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba's teachings in the form of quotations, skilfully compiled and woven together by Shri. N. S. Venkatesh, the compiler. In this book in the series, Sevadal, Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba teaches about service and His Sevadals, the hands that serve the poor and the needy. Our beloved Swami enlightens those, who wish to engage in selfless service – seva, about the rules and behaviour of and the expectations from a seva dal.

Shri. Venkatesh says, "This compilation is not meant to be a mere addition to the existing volumes that stack the shelves of Sai literature. This is meant to be a personal companion, small and handy, to be carried around and flipped open during a contemplative moment. A heart that wishes to serve requires some time to itself to remain still, reinforce conviction, and strengthen perspective. Bhagawan’s words provide sweet nourishment to the loving heart that wishes to give itself away. Just flip open to any page and listen to Swami’s words on service..."

Published: Sri Sathya Sai Sadhana Trust, Publications Division on
ISBN: 9789350691885
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Foreword

This compilation is not meant to be a mere addition to the existing volumes that stack the shelves of Sai literature. This is meant to be a personal companion, small and handy, to be carried around and flipped open during a contemplative moment.

A heart that wishes to serve requires some time to itself to remain still, reinforce conviction, and strengthen perspective. Bhagawan’s words provide sweet nourishment to the loving heart that wishes to give itself away.

Just flip open to any page and listen to Swami’s words on service...

Sevadal

"Manava Seva is Madhava Seva"

- Baba

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The name Dal that you bear has great significance. ‘Dal’ means a petal. The petals of a flower emanate from the central pericarp. Each petal draws its strength, sustenance, colour, fragrance, and charm from the pericarp. Detached from the pericarp, the petal cannot survive. That attachment and that affection can be secured when the petal clings to the ideals of