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National Narayana Seva

Sri Sathya Sai National Narayana Seva (SSSNNS)

Inspite of several schemes by Govt and Non-Govt organisations, we still find many people without two meals a day and hardly they get a proper food and many strive to get ends meet with their hands to mouth income. At surface things look very bright but when we go insight and make a survey in any area we find poor people and they lack basic amenities. Here comes the role of Sri Sathya Sai Seva Organisation and its volunteers always look for service opportunities in their vicinity and Sri Sathya Sai National Narayana Seva is a wonderful and most desirable seva and it directly helps the poor and it can be witnessed right in front of us.

This is a blessing to devotees by Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba to start this service and the uniqueness of Sri Sathya Sai Seva Organisation is that it does differentiate people on the basis of religion, caste and colour. Most important factor to observe that the members of the Organisation never expect anything from the beneficiaries and they only advice them to be good and pray God of their choice and beneficiaries include members from all the major religions and thus truly this is a National Service. This can become a role model to entire Nation.

" Service to your fellow beings is more needed than service to the Lord. In fact, serving a person is equal to serving the Lord Himself ".

SSSNNS Report of Andhra Pradesh

Amrutha Kalashams

The service involves house wife of packing essential food items for a family for about 10-15 days once or twice in a month and send them to local Sathya Sai Seva Samithi and volunteers collect all these packs and distribute to pre-selected poor people. Amrutha Kalasham as it is divinely named contains 10 KG rice, 1 KG gram, 1 KG oil, some sugar/jiggery, chilli and turmeric powder and salt etc and depending upon the number of house wifes present in Samithi organisers distribute once or twice in a month.

Cooked Food

In some cases where beneficiaries cannot cook because of age and ill-health Seva Samithi arranges cooked food on daily basis and in some areas beneficiaries come daily to Samithi centre and eat lunch and take away the dinner in their Tiffin boxes supplied by the Samithi. This is more divine and involves considerable time sparing by the Organisers.

In Andhra Pradesh all the districts are doing this service depending upon the resources and look at the attachment and all together there are 9000+ people who are getting benefit under this noble service.

Those who are interested to take part in this activity please contact us or send your details we will guide you and please mention your mandal and district so that you will be contacted by the organisers. Think and start doing good to someone who is looking for your help.

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