Sri Shirdi Sai Biksha Kendra ® (SSBK) was established by Sri Guruji Lakshmi Srinivas who is popularly called Sri Guruji. Sri Shirdi Sai Biksha Kendra ® (SSBK) is a non-profit, spiritual, and social service center which was established by the Grace of Sri Shirdi Sai Baba on 30th March 2004 on the auspicious day of Sri Rama Navami at Bangalore. SSBK has its presence in all major locations across Karnataka and surrounding states. SSBK has been conducting many social and spiritual activities for the betterment of mankind for more than 10 years. Sri Guruji desires that an SSBK center is setup at different locations all over the world to render service to mankind. The objective of the organization is to spread Hindu Sanatana Culture (Dharma), educating the society through proper samskara (culture) thereby preventing corruption, drug addiction and ongoing crimes in the society. Creating awareness about the true Indian culture which portrays respect to elders, respect to the society, respect to all religions & dharma and respect to all human beings and animals. SSBK follows Naatha Sampradaya (Dattatreya Sampradaya) since its inception.
We all possess everything we need to lead a happy life. The only thing we all lack is peace. SSBK will guide you to achieve peace to lead a better life.
We have the ability to put a price tag for any products and services but are unable to put a price for our own lives. SSBK will help you estimate the price for your own life by the path of spirituality.
Once we achieve Peace for Life and are able to estimate the Price for Life, we become a divine soul. SSBK helps and provide everybody an opportunity to achieve this mission through selfless Gou-Seva (Service to Cows), Guru-Seva (Serving the Guru) & Samaja-Seva (Service to Society). This frame of mind to work without personal gain and surrendering the fruits of our action to God is called Karma Yoga.
The world is suffering from the evil activities of Kali and Maaya. Youngsters are being misguided to step onto the wrong path. Dharma (Life Procedure) has been gifted to us by our sages from the ancient times. The present modern materialistic life is modifying human beings to be selfish, bureaucratic and possess uncultured behavior. Therefore, the purpose of SSBK is to enable people get awareness towards Religion, State and Nation.
SSBK endeavors to put youngsters on the path to righteousness and helps them to achieve positive attitude towards Life, treading on the path of Sanatana Dharma based on Baba's philosophy which is from Datta Parampara (Siddha Paddhati).
Datta Dhama is an ashram which is a sprawling 8 acre piece of land that was inhabited by the Pandavas during their exile and sages like Gargeshwara Muni who did their penance here. Datta Dhama is located at Gargeshwarapura, Gudemaarenahalli, Magadi Taluk, Ramanagara District, Karnataka, India. Since this land was inhabited by the Pandavas and sages, Datta Dhama exudes an atmosphere of peace, tranquility and spiritual bliss. Sri Guruji desires to construct an Old-Age Home, Orphanage, Training & Research Center, Meditation & Drugless Therapy Center at Datta Dhama in the days to come. Work to realise Sri Guruji's dream is currently in progress. A fully functional cowshed (Gou-shaala) with cows and required equipment is available at Datta Dhama. Taking Sri Guruji's gracious advice, many people have been rendering different kinds of service to all the cows (Gou-Seva) to get rid of their problems & illness with great results and success.
In addition, Medical Camps, Homeopathy Camps, Eye Camps with distribution of spectacles free of cost, Summer Camp for children and distribution of meals (Annadaana) are conducted at Datta Dhama. This service to society (Samaja-Seva) has benefited many poor children and villagers who live in the vicinity of Datta Dhama. The credit for this service to the poor and needy has been possible, thanks to the generosity of volunteers and philanthropists who have not only helped financially or in other forms, but spent their time at these events to render service to mankind and society.