Saturday, April 23, 2011

The great legend Sri Sathya Sai Baba is no more

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Spiritual leader Sathya Sai Baba, one of the most famous gurus of the country continues to critical health conditions in his hometown of Puttaparthi in Andhra Pradesh. Sai Baba is credited by millions of followers around the world have supernatural powers, including the ability to conjure goals

Its from the air, remember past lives and treatment of diseases of the terminal. But he was too controversial. Here are key dates and facts about his life and work. November 23, 1926: Sathya Sai Baba was born as "Sathyanarayana Raju to teach Venkappa Paradise and Easwaramma in Puttaparthi.
1940: At the age of 14 years, Sathya Sai Baba declares that he is the incarnation of a Sufi mystic, Sai Baba of Shirdi, Maharashtra, who died in 1918.
1944: Travels to Bangalore, this is his first trip as a scholar. It gives a striped shirt and dhoti on the robe, initially greyish-white, and saffron.
November 23, 1950: Prashanti Nilayam "House of Tranquillity, his home as a spiritual guru, is open on his 28th birthday.
October 1957: Sathya Sai Baba inaugurated a hospital for the Prashanti Nilayam.
June 1968: Makes his only foreign trip in the history of Uganda.
July 22, 1968: Women's College inaugurates in Anantapur, Andhra Pradesh.
1972: Sri Sathya Sai Central Trust (SSSCT), the club to the direct management of his empire, is established.
November 22, 1981: Sri Sathya Sai University, Puttaparthi started
March 29, 2011: aged 85, he is admitted to the Sri Sathya Sai Super Speciality Hospital in Puttaparthi. Doctors say that she was suffering from pneumonia and water entered his lungs
April 4, 2011: Put the fan support. With multiorgan dysfunction, his condition is still critical.
April 20, 2011: The liver stops responding to treatment
Controversies June 6, 1993: Four men armed with knives are killed after Sai Baba's bedroom intrude. Some have suggested the men wanted to kidnap or even kill the Baba, but preliminary investigations indicated the attack was the result of conflicts among the prisoners ashram over financial dispute.
December 2001: Prime Minister AB Vajpayee, former head of the Supreme Court justices and BS Ranganath Misra Bhagawati, former Lok Sabha Speaker Najma Heptulla and former minister Shivraj Patil, all sign the letter rubbishing allegations of sexual abuse made in certain media against Sai Baba.
June 2004 will be the BBC "Secret Swami, one hour documentary about the abuses allegedly committed by the Baba for many young men.
April 24, 2011: Dies in Puttaparthi 
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Sai Baba heritage Clout: he never asked for millions of followers to vote for anyone, but counts former presidents and prime ministers, top businessmen and even a cricket superstar Sachin Tendulkar among his followers. Former Prime Minister AB Vajpayee, former head of the Supreme Court of Justice PN Bhagwati, former President APJ Abdul Kalam, are just a few of his fans.
Love: Baby SSSCT circle includes as members: PN Bhagwati, Sai Baba's nephew RJ Ratnakar, K Chakravarthi, a former IAS officer and one of the closest confidants Baby, SV Giri, former central vigilance commissioner. Trust manages Prasanthi Nilayam, Sri Sathya Sai University Complex, a 220-bed Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Medical Sciences, Chaitanya Jyoti museum world religion, a planetarium, train station, the stadium view of the hills, music school, the airport, an indoor sports stadium, among other assets. Sathya Sai Baba The entire network is estimated that the value of R 40,000 cr. Overseas Trust Fund 1300 Sai Centers that lead schools, health and cultural centers. 
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"Reincarnation": Sai Baba had predicted would die in 2022, and eight years later reborn in Gunaparthi district of Karnataka, to a woman named Mandy Kasturi. The next avatar will be called Prem Sai Baba and he will have nothing to do with Puttaparthi. 

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