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This small booklet by the author gives in a nutshell the Divine Life and Messages of Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba as narrated in the first four volumes of "Sathyam, Sivam, Sundaram" by the chosen biographer of Bhagawan, Prof. N. Kasturi.

The author has written this booklet, "Truth, Auspiciousness, Beauty" in a very simple language, easy to understand and assimilate. Devotees will find this easy to carry, read, enjoy, and spiritually uplift themselves, wherever they go.

Published: Sri Sathya Sai Sadhana Trust, Publications Division on
ISBN: 9789350691533
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Epilogue

Preface

‘Sai Ram’ is my Soham. I have been persistently praying to ‘Sai’ to make my hands, also, occupied with some, more constructive work and the Divine Master has given me, in His infinite grace, the Directive through the great Dr. C. L. Gandhi. The effort is only a restructuring of Sri. N. Kasturi’s ‘Satyam, Sivam, Sundaram’ into a condensed form to make it easy for carrying as a constant companion and for clearer comprehension. Baba’s every word is a Mantra, every speech an Upanishad. His ways are unique, incomprehensible even by the greatest. His powers are limitless and to limit Him in this small booklet has become a very large task. But, as He Himself says, Being the tiniest among the tiny particles and being the biggest among the infinitely large things, Baba chose graciously to be contained in this. It is all His Love, His Grace.

Sai Ram.

Tumuluru Prabha

Calcutta,

21.6.79

Truth, Auspiciousness, Beauty

Like good food that comes to one, who has been fasting for the past ten days; like a heavy downpour of rain that comes to fill the dried and empty tanks; like a child coming into a family, which has for long been yearning for children; like a shower of wealth on a very poor man, has come Sri Sathya Sai in Puttaparthi, when there is a total decline of Dharma among the people. What better can I tell these, who are assembled in this congregation? – so declared Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba, the same Lord Krishna of Dwapara Yuga in another human form.

This Declaration of Bhagawan is in tune with that of Lord Krishna, the Yogeshwara on the battlefield of Kurukshetra,

"Yadha yadha hi Dharmasya,

Glanir bhavati Bharata,"

and accordingly, in Kali Yuga, when Dharma declined, Adharma is reigning supreme and sadhus and sages prayed, Sathya Sai Baba was born at sunrise on November 23rd, 1926, in a quiet little village called Puttaparthi, in Andhra Pradesh, in South India.

Puttaparthi was originally known as Gollapalli, which was the abode of cowherds, cowherdesses, and cattle. But, in course of time, due to the curse of a cobra, the place soon was full on ant hills, which became the homes of snakes. This ant hill city is called Puttaparthi. In an effort to alleviate the curse and help the cattle to prosper, the village elders built a temple for the Lord of the cowherds, Krishna and Puttaparthi soon began to prosper. On the bank of the river Chitravathi and amidst hills, it became the seat for