Sai Darshan news 22nd April - The darshan rows were packed at 8.45 a.m. still there were lot more devotees who had to be “accommodated” it seems more and more devotees are coming to ashram every day. At 9.15 Swami granted His darshan to the waiting devotees. The darshan lasted for nearly one hour Swami took letters and blessed few fortunate devotees. Today a group of working ‘staff’ of Kodai ashram were assembled for something special, soon boys brought lots of clothes i.e. Ladies Saris and gents clothes etc. Swami distributed these clothes to the assembled working ‘staff’. Swami also materialized a Gold ring with some precious gems for an elderly person. At around 10.05 a.m. Arathi was offered to Swami. Even though there is a fair chance that Swami might leave tomorrow 23rd April 2006 i.e. early morning, for Madurai and from there on to His ashram at Kadugodi, (Whitefield) Bangalore. But none of this is stopping devotees from coming to Kodaikanal e.g. even today many new devotees arrived at Kodaikanal to experience the benefit of divine darshan. On the other hand, few shopkeepers have already opened their shops outside Whitefield ashram in anticipation of Swami’s arrival and the many devotees that follow Baba.
Also, Whitefield ashram staff is marked by eager anticipation, though no body is certain or in a position to authenticate this information. The travel “buzz” around Swami’s likely journey has also reached Puttaparthi, mostly all the permanent residents of Ashram are aware of this story. In the meantime lets enjoy Swami's uncertainty.
© Source: SBOI
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Mostly Bhagawan comes out of His Sai Sruthi residence for giving darshan to devotees between 9 am-9.45 and for bhajan between 3.45 pm.-4.45 His darshan route is walk/ wheel chair down the porch also sometimes he get into the golf cart, ride down to the ladies' side, then to the gents' side, take a turn, and return in the opposite direction back to Sai Sruthi. Bhajans are in the bhajan hall next to Sai Sruthi, and Bhagawan comes there in the evenings.