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Our Chief Patron – Bhagavan Sri Sathya Sai Baba’s birthday- is celebrated as a village festival by all members from the rural community irrespective of their caste, religion or background.
The day starts off with Nagar Sankeertan accompanied by Grama Seva- which involves distribution of Prasadam (brand new gifts like clothes/ bedsheets/ emergency lights) for each and every home. The Grama Seva Prasadam is carried by the students and the distribution is done with their support by the teachers/volunteers in each and every home. The Prasadam acts as a reminder to every student to give back to the society where they live.
For instance, the emergency lights distributed to almost 200 village homes in 2017 helped each home eliminate darkness during extended power cuts in the village which is very common in rural India. While it may be argued that a small gift does not overcome poverty in a village, the aim of the Trust is not to work as the eternal guardian but rather as a facilitator to build social consciousness in its volunteers and students so that over the years there will be many more individuals striving to bridge the yawning gulf between the haves and have nots.