Who We Are

The Sai Kashmiri Parivar is a community of Kashmiri Pandits founded on 30th August, 2017, under the inspiration and guidance of Dr. Chandra Bhanu Satpathy ji.

The community mostly consists of Kashmiris residing in India. By following the values and teachings of Sai Baba, the community aims to spread and preserve the Kashmiri culture and tradition. It’s a place where all the members of this diasporic community come together, share valuable moments and remember their mother land and Guru. By organising various events, we provide a glimpse of the Rich heritage and tradition to the next generation, which shall carry forth these values and preserve the community and its identity as a whole. This is because, the youth is the carrier of the culture and is capable of passing it on to the next generations to come, hence, making it live forever.

Shri Shirdi Sai Baba, a spiritual master, was first seen in Shirdi, a remote village in the Ahmednagar District of Maharashtra, in the second half of the 19th century. He left his body on the 15th of October 1918. During the period of his stay in Shirdi, thousands of people flocked to this village every year to meet Baba and find solution for their various mundane and spiritual problems. Baba, being the perfect personification of grace and love, served everyone who came to him, till he left his mortal body. Today the Samadhi (Tomb) of Shri Shirdi Sai Baba at Shirdi has become a place of world pilgrimage. The Sai Kashmiri Parivar’s main motive is to follow the spiritual path shown by Baba.

The community was formed under the of guidance of Dr Chandra Bhanu Satpathy, a noted scholar, spiritual thinker, author and a humanitarian. Dr. Satpathy is an ardent devotee of Sai baba and has been spreading the teachings and philosophy of Shri Shirdi Sai and Indian philosophy assiduously over a span of 25 years, not only in India but in other countries as well. Under his inspiration and guidance, more than two hundred centres and forums devoted to philanthropy, community development, spiritualism and promotion of Indian culture, are active in countries like India, USA, UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and other places including some of the European countries.

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SAI KASHMIRI PARIVAR under Shirdi Sai Global Foundation organized “Sai Sandhya” on Sunday, 30 July 2017 on the eve of Shravan Ashtami in the auspicious month of Shravan at Club Florence, Sector-56, Gurugram, Haryana, exclusively for Kashmiri Pandit community across the globe. Dr. Chadra Bhanu Satpathy, revered Guruji was the Chief Guest and Key Speaker of the event along with many prominent personalities of the Community.

The objects of the Trust are:

  • Preservation of Kashmiri Culture, Customs, Traditions and Vedic Philosophy based on the tenets of Sanatana Dharma.
  • Promotion and Celebration of community festivals and functions collectively and recitation of religious Bhajans and Hymns.
  • Preservation and promotion of Samaskaras like Yagnopavit, Yagnyas, Karmkanda and other rituals based on community religious traditions.
  • Upliftment and support to underprivileged community members for education, Skill development, medical & Health Care, Job placements etc.
  • Construction and maintenance of Shirdi Saibaba Meditation and Prayer Hall for the benefit of the public.
  • Construction and running of Schools, colleges, education institutions, free dispensaries, Centres for poor feeding and homes for the aged for the benefit of the public.
  • Providing for grants, scholarships, fellowships and other forms of financial assistance to the needy and deserving students for pursuing education, vocational training, skill development etc.
  • Granting of financial assistance to any educational institution for granting scholarships, prizes, medals, awards for excellence in studies, sports and scientific research, distribution of books and note books for poor and deserving students.
  • Establishment, conduct, maintenance of clinical laboratories, hospitals, nursing homes, dispensaries and institutions of similar nature and providing financial assistance to the deserving persons for medical treatment, in any medical institution.
  • Providing financial assistance for performing anna dhana and feeding the poor directly and through other institutions.
  • Establishment, conduct, maintenance of old age homes, homes for physically challenged men, women and children and persons with similar disabilities and also for granting financial assistance to institutions performing similar activities.
  • Grant of donation to any Temple, Mosque, Church, Gurudwara and other places of worship and / or religious institutions. However, the Trust shall not undertake any religious activities.
  • Providing for or contributing to education and scientific research and development.
  • Providing relief to the poor and advancing any other object of general public utility.
  • The Trust will not carry out any activities with the intention of earning profit and will perform with service motive only.