Reiterating that service to human beings is ‘the most important worship that a human being can do’, Sri M emphasises that ‘ let us not think that we cannot do much – let us say, ‘let us do something,’ and that ‘something’ should start in here, in the heart.’
A Satsangi could get involved in ‘that something’, in the following ways:
These activities are indicative and an example of how a fellow Satsangi could get involved and do good and are by no means the only ways to share your concern and help those who are less fortunate.
Sri M encourages each person to contribute in a manner suitable to each person’s circumstances and needs, he says, ‘As long as we live in this world, this is what I would like to share with you – do good, in whatever way possible, to whoever is close to you. You need not go far and do it.’
Sponsor a child
Satsang Vidyalaya, the school for underprivileged children at Madanapalle provides free education to rural children belonging to the tribal area of Sugali Thanda. You can sponsor the education of one of these children at a cost of INR 20,000 per annum. You can also sponsor a special meal for the children. To donate, please click here.
Contribute in other ways
If you are a doctor, you can contribute towards promotion of health and hygiene among rural children at the Satsang Vidyalaya. If you are a scientist or a musician or a professional ready to volunteer your time, you can conduct a learning or orientation session for students at the Peepal Grove School at Sadum. These are a few examples of how you can contribute to our mission. For more information, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Participate in talks and retreats
The Satsang Foundation organises discourses and retreats with Sri M from time to time. Sri M elucidates on topics of interest to thinkers and seekers and answers their questions during these programmes . No fees is charged to attend these discourses or satsangs. Participants are required to pay only for their boarding and lodging and other incidental expenses of organising a retreat. Retreats are usually held in idyllic surroundings away from the din of city life and include activities such as meditation, yoga, satsangs, devotional singing and nature walks. For knowing about the upcoming events click on this link please.
Madanapalle is a small town located in the Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh. The famous poet Rabindranath Tagore translated “Jana Gana Mana”, India’s national anthem, from Bengali to English and also set it to music at Madanapalle. Madanapalle is also the birth place of Sri Jiddu Krishnamurti.
Sri M (see link) has made Madanapalle his home and lives in the outskirts of this town. Facilties for lodging and boarding are available for visitors who wish to meet him or relax in the quiet and peaceful environs. No fees is charged to meet Sri M. Visitors are required to pay for only the lodging and boarding arrangements. For more details click on this link please.