Sri Madhusudan Sai is leading the mission of spirituality and service at Sathya Sai Grama, that was started by a set of dedicated volunteers under the direct guidance of Sri Sathya Sai Baba, almost four decades ago.
Walking in the footsteps of Baba, Sri Madhusudan Sai is furthering Baba’s mission by establishing various humanitarian service projects across 30 countries apart from several institutions of public service in the field of nutrition, education and healthcare in India, all free of charges to the needy. Several spiritual centres across the globe now guide humanity on the path of oneness, towards the highest Advaitic realisation of one supreme truth, one united world and one global family.
Sadguru Sri Madhusudan Sai spearheads a unique global mission across 33 Countries. Since 2011, Sri Madhusudan Sai has established institutes of excellence in Education, Healthcare, Nutrition and Spirituality across the world.
28 educational campuses, a University in South India through the Sri Sathya Sai Loka Seva Gurukulam Group of Educational Institutions, and three institutions abroad are providing free valuesbased education to nearly 5,000 students. Additionally, they support primary education for 4,000 Government school children through the
Bharath Rashtra Nirman Vidyaarthi Nidhi initiative. Sathya Sai Grama in Muddenahalli houses a 360-bed multi-specialty hospital, treating 1,200 patients daily and acting as the teaching hospital for India’s first free medical college. Ten specialty hospitals in India and three abroad provide free healthcare, conducting over 27,000 successful paediatric cardiac surgeries. The Annapoorna nutrition programme benefits 3 million schoolchildren daily across 5 countries. These services are offered without discrimination, promoting global welfare as one global family through 12 Centers for Human Development in 11 countries. Believing in the interconnectedness of societal welfare and spiritual salvation, Sadguru Sri Madhusudan Sai insists that one must internalise the dictum, ‘ahaṁ brahmā, sarvaṁ brahmā’ (I am Divine; all is Divine). By doing so, one can realise one’s innate Divinity and thereby live the Truth of the vedantic principle, ‘ātmano mokṣārthaṁ jagat hitāya ca’ (liberation of the soul and welfare of the world).