Sadhguru Sri Sharavana Baba 43rd Jayanthi Seva
As we approach the auspicious day of our beloved Babaji's 43rd Jayanthi, under their guidance, the Om Saravanabhava Seva Trust will be undertaking two major charitable projects in India and Sri Lanka
Annadhaana Seva - Provision of financial support for 10,000 underprivileged individuals for essential foodstuffs.
Arogya Seva - Provision of assistance to 100 underprivileged individuals suffering from serious illness.
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When we share our food with others, the taste of the food is also enhanced manifold. Sharing helps us to resonate and love each other, naturally. On every occasion, be it a festival or celebration and during Babaji's visit to ashrams (centres) or an event, Annadhaanam is conducted generously.
Babaji's Annadhaanam programme reaches thousands of children in different schools and also the underprivileged in various localities. Babaji encourages devotees to conduct similar programmes in their respective locations to inspire people to participate in this activity of serving the needy.
Babaji encourages the devotees to feed the hungry, wherever and whenever one gets an opportunity and to be grateful to the person who provides us with the opportunity to serve.
Babaji enunciates that a healthy mind and healthy body is the foundation of a healthy and harmonious society. This has inspired the 'Arogya Seva' project that renders healthcare through medical outreach programmes and donations to people in semi-urban and rural areas.
Every year, around 200 families benefit from medical welfare programmes, which are conducted around five times a year. A visit to a remote tribal area received an overwhelming response from the locals, where more than 10,000 people benefitted from the medical aid provided to them.
Every year, similar camps are conducted in association with leading doctors and specialists, who volunteer to support these camps. Under the divine guidance of Babaji, various health camps are conducted in rural and semi-urban areas where quality healthcare is not available.
Doctors and medical professionals from different specialities provide their services and treat patients free of cost. Medicines and treatments are provided to the needy, along with education and awareness on nutrition, health and hygiene. Many tribal areas are covered under the programme to ensure effective medical care and adequate support.