Panduranga Sai Community Center

Shirdi Sai Baba lived a life of austerity. He wished that every human on earth obtained the much needed salvation from pain and prejudices. Through his eleven sententious aphorisms, he wanted to alleviate the human sufferings and ensure every soul was happy.

His eleventh aphorism reads: “There shall be no want in the house of my devotee”.

Sree Sai Karpagaviruksha Trust took upon itself the mandate to serve the humanity by donating food, shelter, educational needs, and medical support to the most underprivileged section of the society. By engaging in such acts, the Trust is confident that it can alleviate the pain of the poor and it can work in consonance with the eleventh aphorism of Shirdi Baba – “There shall be no want in the house of my devotee”. The Trust strongly believes that a true Shirdi Sai devotee shall carry upon himself the sacred burden of helping mankind and living up to the pithy sayings of the Satguru.

The Panduranga Sai Community Center, under the able management of Sree Sai Karpagaviruksha Trust, hosts several social welfare activities throughout the year. Most notable activities include:

  • Distributing educational aid to needy school children from the neighboring environment
  • The community center also hosts multifaith bajans, satsangs, discourses and other calendar festivals routinely.
  • Conducting cataract removal surgeries for the poor senior citizens
  • Feeding the poor, orphans, and the aged & invalid
  • Organizing health camps for people from the under-privileged section of the society