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Rede des Landwirtschaftsministers während der Geburtstagsfeier von Sri Kaleshwar
09. Jan, 2008 social charity

Mit freundlicher Genehmigung von Surya, Vaartha, Eenadu, Andhrabhumi, Andhrajyoti, 8. Jan. 2008

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Der Landwirtschaftsminister von Andhra Pradesh, Herr Raghuveera Reddy nahm an der Geburtstagsfeier von Dr. Sri Sai Kaleshwar teil und dankte ihm für seine karitativen Aktivitäten.

Obwohl Sri Kaleshwar in seiner Jugend mit vielen Hindernissen zu kämpfen hatte, ließ er sich nicht von seinen spirituellen und karitativen Aktivitäten abbringen und setzte diese ohne zu zögern fort. Der Landwirtschaftsminister drückte seine Anerkennung aus und erwähnte einige der erst kürzlich durchgeführten wohltätigen Aktivitäten wie: die kostenlose Essensverteilung an Hungernde; kostenlose ambulante Augenstationen, wo viele Hundert Patienten an grauem Star operiert werden konnten; kostenlose medizinische Pflegestationen, wo Tausende kostenlos Diagnose, Behandlung und Medikamente erhielten; Sanierung alter verlassener und verwahrloster Tempel; Errichtung von Gebäuden zur Bildungsförderung; Massenhochzeiten für Paare, die so arm sind, dass sie sich dieses Fest sonst nicht leisten könnten.

Für alle diese Aktivitäten zu Gunsten besonders bedürftiger Menschen haben Sri Kaleshwar und seine Studenten in aller Welt viele Millionen Rupies (indische Währung) gespendet.

Der Landwirtschaftsminister hat weiterhin versprochen, dass seine Regierung Sri Kaleshwar beim Bau der “Super-Spezialklinik“ und dem Ausbildungszentrum für Ärzte und Pflegepersonal unterstützen wird, indem ihm staatseigenes Land für dieses spezielle Projekt kostenlos zur Verfügung gestellt wird.

MLA Herr Pamudurti Ravindra Reddy, der an den Geburtstagsfeierlichkeiten teilnahm, sagte, das “Swami Sri Sai Kaleshwar ein Vorbild für die Gesellschaft sei. Durch seine karitativen Aktivitäten, wie zum Beispiel die Patenschaft für 100 der ärmsten Dörfer in dieser Gegend, inspiriert er die Menschen, bewusster auf eine soziale und spirituelle Art zu denken und zu handeln.

Herr Pamudurti Reddy bemerkte, dass “Swami niemals von sich als einem Gott spreche, im Gegenteil verweise er stets auf Shirdi Sai Baba, seinen Meister, denn alle Anerkennung gebühre ihm”.

Sri Kaleshwar Receives Honorary Doctorate
25. Feb, 2007 education

Kuala Lampur, Malaysia

Swami Kaleshwar was conferred with a Doctor of Honors from The Open International University of Complementary Medicine in recognition of his humanitarian works in India. During the awards ceremony in Kuala Lampur, Swamiji’s achievements were singled out by the Chairman of the University who said, “ Service is the highest station man can achieve. The people who receive this award have dedicated and sacrificed their lives for the sake of mankind and have done wonders in the world.” Previous recipients of this award have been Nelson Mandela and former Prime Minister of Pakistan, Shaukat Aziz.

Swami Kaleshwar’s charitable activities in southern India were the cause for his selection for this award: creating a spiritual center in Penukonda where people from throughout the world come to receive spiritual solace and learning; establishment of food camps that fed 10,000 drought victims per day in the state of Andhra Pradesh; donation of 2 crore rupees (about five hundred thousand dollars) to build a College of Engineering at the Krishnadevaraya University; free medical camps for women and children, mega eye camps to provide free cataract surgery to the poor; and recently a pledge from a close devotee to build a 100 crore rupee specialty hospital in the village of Penukonda.

Swamiji commented that the Open University’s philosophy, from whom he received his Doctorate, was similar to his own. The healing practitioners were taught to connect to their patients humanity, for example, not just hand out prescriptions for illnesses, and to relate to the patient on a human level, to understand their suffering. Swamiji refers to this as ‘soul healing’, a fundamental part of his teachings. Swami says, “ Become a simple person – helping, helping, helping. Do some volunteer service. I recommend that every Saturday or Sunday that you go to any old-age home, any hospital, please go and take care of them. When they become used to seeing you, after you visited two or three weeks, then in the fourth week that patient is waiting for you. Hey! When are you coming? They’re very happy. They feel so touched. That you need. That is needed.”

Massenhochzeit in Penukonda
05. Dez, 2006 social charity

Reported by The Hindu on Monday, Dec 4, 2006

ANANTAPUR: Der Sri Shirdi Sai Global Trust in Penukonda plant vom 1. bis 8. März 2007 1.008 Massenhochzeiten auf dem Gelände des Shiva Sai Mandir. In einer Erklärung sagte der spirituelle Meister Sai Kaleshwar am Sonntag, dass interessierte Paare nach Erhalt ihrer Geburtsurkunde bei den zuständigen MROs ihre Namen bei der Stiftung hierfür eintragen lassen könnten. – Reporter der Zeitung

Mega Health Camp by Shirdi Sai Global Trust
25. Sep, 2006 medical charity
Sri Kaleshwar Examines Medicine
Sri Kaleshwar Examines Medicine
Dr. Clint Thompson, American doctor
Dr. Clint Thompson, American doctor
Free Meals Were Provided
Free Meals Were Provided

On August 6, 2006 the Shirdi Sai Global Trust conducted a free medical camp for the needy, which was funded by the western students of Sri Kaleshwar. Free medical check-ups, medicine and food were provided for approximately 3000 people. This clinic was the first step towards the creation of what will be a permanent medical clinic providing for the poor. The following was a report from the Andhra Jyothi Newspaper.

Sri Kaleshwar, founder of Shiva Sai Mandir ashram, inaugurated a free medical camp on Sunday, August 6, 2006, at the Rama Bhadralayam Temple. The ashram’s trust, Shirdi Sai Global Trust, conducted the camp where medical checkups, medicine, and meals were provided for approximately 3000 people.

Sri Kaleshwar gave this message to the gathering, “Service to humans is service to God.” He said that the program was conducted with the blessings of Sri Shirdi Sai Baba. He also said, “Without proper health, there is no use of wealth. Every human must develop kindness and distribute to the poor and the people in need from their earnings. Presently, in our state, many people are suffering with chikungunya, which is why we are giving free treatment and medicine to the poor.”

Mr. Paul Aryeh, trustee of Shirdi Sai Global Trust, said the free clinic was created under the guidance of Sri Kaleshwar. A team of both Indian and international doctors participated. Dr. Gurumurthy, Dr. Neelema Reddy, Dr. Vanaja, Dr. Chandra Moulliswar Reddy (from Hyderabad), Dr. Clint Thompson (USA), Dr. Thomas Bissinger (Germany). Shirdi Sai Global Trust chairman S. Nagi Reddy, Ravi, and 15 students from Sri Kaleshwar’s ashram also participated.

Sri Kaleshwar Donates to Sri Krishnadevaraya University
12. Jun, 2006 education charity

Sri Kaleshwar, based in Penukonda, offered to donate Rs. 2 crores ($440,000) for the creation of infrastructure for the new engineering college to be set up by Sri Krishnadevaraya University. The University Vice Chancellor, A. Rama Rao, along with Registar, R. Ramakrishna Reddy, and University college Principal C. R. Reddy called urging Sri Kaleshwar to help towards the cause of education as the college was coming up in the drought-prone district.

As reported in the Hindu newspaper, Sunday, June, 11, 2006

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