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It was overwhelming to see the joy in the face of the senior citizens who participated in the event. It was a free entry event, everyone enjoyed the the fun filled event with quiz, talks, dance, games and nice food! Thanks to all volunteers and everyone who made the event a memorable one!!

Jai Sai Ram
With Baba's grace and blessings, it was indeed an amazing event. Many attended and we are sure you would agree it was a memorable one.  We wish to convey our sincere gratitude and appreciation to everyone who has been a true supporter, donor, volunteer and well wisher for the charity. 
It has been a blissful spiritual journey and an amazing community service. We would not be here today without your enormous support. Thank you very much indeed. Let us hold hands together for more successful years of spreading Baba’s assurances & messages and contribution to the community.

Jai Sai Ram

We are happy to inform that we are organising a cultural event called “Welcoming the New Year 2013 with Baba” at Passage To India in Ilford, London (IG1 1QW) on 20th of January 2013 (Sunday) between 11 am and 5pm.

Read more: Cultural Event - 20th Jan 2013


OM Healing is an ancient group healing technique that has been brought back by Mahavatar Babaji to help restore balance and unity in people and the world.

On a personal level OM Healing can balance physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually. Emotions are released and inner peace and love arise. It leads to a more joyful life and supports our health and our meditation practice.

Read more: Om Healing at Baba Centre.

Om Sai Ram.

We are immensely grateful and thankful for your continuous support for

World Shirdi Sai Baba organization in East Ham, London.

Happy Diwali/Deepavali!

May the light of love and devotion shine brightly in our hearts
May the light of understanding shine in our minds,
May the light of harmony glow in our home
May the light of service shine forth ceaselessly from our hands.
May your presence light the lamps of love wherever we go.
May our smile, our words and our actions be as sweet
as the sweets of this festive season.
May Maha Laxmi brings us the true wealth of peace, health, happiness, and love.

To you and your family

Diwali or Deepavali is a festival of lights. In Sanskrit “Deepavali” means “an array of lights” and signifies the victory of brightness over darkness.This day is special for everybody from children to adults. Goddess Lakshmi is worshipped on this festival. The people celebrate diwali by lighting lamps in and around the house, wear new clothes, do pooja at home and visit temples.

Diwali is the festival celebrated for the return of Lord Rama, King of Ayodhya, with his wife Seeta and brother Lakshman after 14 years exile and also after the victory against Ravana. They also say Diwali is celebrated for Krishna who conquered Asura Naraka who jailed ten thousands of inhabitants. Lighting lamps in Diwali signifies a welcome to prosperity in the form of Lakshmi and the fireworks signifies a scare to the evil spirits.

In our centre, we are celebrating Diwali. The centre will be open from 9am to 10pm. We will be distributing special Prasad and sweets from morning till night. There are also special Diwali greeting cards and Diwali traditional plain and painted lamps for sale in the centre.


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