Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Learning will host the Summer Course in Indian Culture & Spirituality from Friday, 8 June to Sunday, 10 June 2018 at Prasanthi Nilayam. The event serves as an induction programme that exposes students of the university to the rich cultural and spiritual heritage of Bharat. It orients new students into Bhagawan Baba’s educational philosophy and gives them deep, first hand insights into how they can directly benefit from this unique institution. All students, doctoral research scholars, teachers and staff of the university will attend the two-and-a-half day programme. The event is split into morning, afternoon and evening sessions. The morning sessions consist of talks by teachers and research scholars of the university. Typically, they entail key insights and lessons from the ancient Indian scriptures, spiritual personalities and concepts. The sessions also feature a short video show on Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba. In the afternoons, students and teachers from all four campuses have breakout sessions where they discuss teachings and lessons from Bhagawan Baba’s discourses. Key moral messages and lessons from these are creatively presented on the final day before the valediction. The evening sessions on the first two days of the event consist of a music programme by students of individual campuses, along with veda chanting and bhajans at the Sai Kulwant Hall.
For further information on the event, and for the schedule, visit: sssihl.edu.in