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Postscript to Sai Baba. Who or what was he anyway?

Twenty years after filming for US television the 50th birthday celebrations of Sri Sathya Sai Baba which took place at his ashram in Southern India, I was living in a tiny village tucked away among the South Downs, in the … Continue reading

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Goodbye to Sai Baba. Or was it?

This is Part 6. Follows on from ‘Sai Baba and the Power of Silence’ on September 6th. And so the 50th birthday celebrations wound slowly down. Over two or three days, theĀ  crowds diminished and the atmosphere calmed. Our job … Continue reading

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The 50th Birthday of Sri Sathya Sai Baba

This is Part 4. Follows on from ‘Return to Sai Baba’ on July 3rd So the day dawned. The fiftieth birth-day of the man millions saw as God. The day we, the film unit, had waited for for weeks. At … Continue reading

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Return to Sai Baba

(This is Part 3. Follows on from ‘So What Do You Say to Sai Baba’ on June 12th) It was in the early part of October when the four of us left Puttaparthi. There was much more research to be … Continue reading

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So what do you say to Sai Baba?

(This is Part 2, follows on from ‘Filming Sai Baba’ on May 31st) So there we were, the four of us, in a cold little room, six thousand miles from home, sitting at a trestle table with the man – … Continue reading

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Filming Sai Baba

(This is Part 1) I read a couple of weeks or so ago of the death in India of the guru, Sri Sathya Sai Baba – or simply Sai Baba as he was commonly known. He was, to millions around … Continue reading

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