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Chaitanya Jyoti Museum

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An architectural splendor, which depicts the life of Sai Baba from his early childhood till date, Chaitanya Jyoti Museum at Puttaparthi was formally inaugurated on 18th November 2000. A unique museum, which visualizes the advent of Sai Baba through multimedia presentation techniques, describes all those incidents, which reveals the divinity of Sai Baba.

Raised on the slope of a hill, this build is a medley of diverse architectural methods that presents the beautiful synthesis of the modern and the traditional styles. Its Chinese roofs oriented with the Gothic arches and the Moorish spires are simply superb which allures the visitor with its aesthetic beauty.

Museum opens on all days except on Mondays. Time schedule is fixed between 9 am to 11.30 am and 3 pm to 5.30 pm.
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Oil Painting by Alex Prowse PS, now being exhibited at the Chaitanya Jyotie Museum .

In 2004,I was a participant in the nine–day festival of the divine Mother, known as Dasara, or Navaratri, at Sathya Sai Baba’s ashram in Puttaparthi, India. This festival had a profound visual as well as spiritual effect on me. The three paintings you see before you represent the essence of the vivid illustrated experiences that I had.
The idea of a triptych of three paintings is tied to the threefold division of Dasara into the worship of three aspects of the Mother: Durga, Lakshmi and Saraswati. In Hindu tradition, during the Dasara festival objects are offered into the flames. Fire is seen in a highly positive way, as being the divine Mother Herself -- the Mother-as-Fire.
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Oil Painting No2 Dasara by Alex Prowse PS, now being exhibited at the Chaitanya Jyotie Museum .

In 2004,I was a participant in the nine–day festival of the divine Mother, known as Dasara, or Navaratri, at Sathya Sai Baba’s ashram in Puttaparthi, India. This festival had a profound visual as well as spiritual effect on me. The three paintings you see before you represent the essence of the vivid illustrated experiences that I had.
The idea of a triptych of three paintings is tied to the threefold division of Dasara into the worship of three aspects of the Mother: Durga, Lakshmi and Saraswati. In Hindu tradition, during the Dasara festival objects are offered into the flames. Fire is seen in a highly positive way, as being the divine Mother Herself -- the Mother-as-Fire.
by alex
Comments (3) Reviews (1)
It is very marbulous
Posted by annada 6 year, 34 days ago
its a amazing place
Posted by santhosh 6 year, 2 months ago
Sri sathya sai is living god, no dought about it, but more understanding is required in this regard, however sai social activities are so good to the people.
Posted by Dr.G.Ramakrishnaiah 7 year, 5 months ago

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