Four important discourses by Sri Sathya Sai Baba:
The revelation (17 May 1968). The last part of Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba's discourse at the "World Conference of Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Seva Organizations" in Bombay, 17 May 1968. Sai Baba states plainly and directly that he has come as an incarnation of God to restore right conduct (dharma).
Forty-Third birthday discourse (23 November 1968).
Another one, called the "milestone" discourse, is believed to be not a real discourse by Sathya Sai Baba but a series of sentences crafted from previous discourses by N. Kasturi. This speech does not appear in the Sathya Sai Speaks series, and no old-timer at Prasanthi NIlaym remembers it.
Kasturi reads this "discourse" in a video by Richard Bock while we see darshan scenes. The speech also appeared on a long-playing (33RPM) record and appears in Sam Sandweiss's book The Holy Man and The Psychiatrist.
Read the milestone speech
Who is Sai? (19 June 1974). Sai Baba talks about God, the Religion of Love, and His Avatar-hood. He explains why he materializes rings, etc., and gives them to people, and he explains what "Sai Baba" means.
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