The Sathya Sai International Organisation – as per the teachings of its Divine Master – deems all religions as paths to the One True God. Hence, Sathya Sai Organisation observes one or another festival from the major religions of humanity.
In this wise, Waverley Centre in Victoria Region East will conduct a celebration of the Hindu festival of Janmashtami, the Birth of Lord Krishna at Waverley Centre on Friday 4th September, 2015
“The great teaching of the Gita is this: Put your trust in God, carry on your duties, be helpful to everyone, and sanctify your lives. Dedicate all actions to God. That is the way to experience oneness with God. God is in you. You are in God. This oneness is the basic truth. Chant the name of the Lord and render social service in a spirit of selflessness and devotion to God.” ~ Sathya Sai Baba on occasion of Krishna Janmashtami, 18 August 1995
Program Krishna’s Birthday (Janmashtami) Celebrations
Date: Friday 4th September 2015
Time: commencing 7:15 pm
Venue: Highvale Primary School, 33 Ashton Street, Glen Waverley.
More Information: Ravi, 0407 500 297
All are welcome
The last sloka (verse) in the Bhagavad Gita reads
Yathra Yogeshwara Krishno Yathra Partho Dhanurdharah
Tathra Srirvijayo Bhutir Dhruva Neetirmathir Mama.
(Where there is Krishna, the Lord of Yoga, and
where there is Arjuna, armed with mighty bow come together,
there lie wealth, victory, glory and everlasting morality.)
The essence of the Bhagavad Gita is contained in this one sloka.