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The contents of the Glossary of Sathya Sai Baba's Vahinis, the sanskrit dictionary, can be found at:
The contents of this dictionary is on the present web-site presented in a different layout.
The following quotations are taken from the abovementioned web-site:
The primary source used for spelling of non-english words is the Sanskrit dictionary found
on this site.
A secondary source is: A glossary of Sanskrit-words gleaned from Sai literature,
compiled by Victor Yap, Singapore (1998).
Sai Sruthi is the name of Bhagavan Sri Sathya Sai Baba's House in Kodaikanal.
Sai Sruthi means: The divine mother speaks. With Swami's permission the name
Sai Sruthi is being used for these recordings from April 1992 and April 1993.
During the month of April 1992 Swami gave permission for these recordings to be made.
Towards the end of the first recording session on April 21st 1992 the reporter mentally
asked Swami, "What should I do with this?" As soon as that question was
formulated Swami smiled, looked at the reporter, spoke, and the translator said,
"Enjoy! And then enjoy! That which is enjoyed - distribute. Share with others!
That is the real life."
Dr. John S. Hislop has written the following after hearing some of these recordings:"What are these tapes? They are very special indeed. Of the many thousands of Sai devotees
Professor Anil Kumar was chosen by Swami to translate these discourses.