‘ Annadhanam Samam Danam Trilokeshu Na Vidhathe ’: These verses from the Vedas mean Annadhanam is supreme and incomparable to any charity.
Baba’s quotes: “Annadhanam - is the most pious and meritorious of all charity. Because, it is only by Annadhanam that one can be fully satisfied. It is only when one is given food, however much that person may take; there is a limit beyond which he just cannot take. The person says 'Thrupthosmi' (meaning ‘enough I am satisfied’). When food which is offered exceeds the limits, the person begs 'Please do not serve any more'. It is only when full satisfaction is expressed like this; the giver also reaps the full reward of charity”.
Nitya Annadhanam at Sai Datta Peetham
The Sai Datta Peetham while committed to uphold our Culture and Tradition, this is what we follow in Peetham as our Mantra – Never send away anyone without offering them food. And here is our chance to uphold this great Indian tradition – ‘Athithi Devo Bhava’.
At Peetham, as a policy, food is affluent and plenty for everyone every day from 5:30am until temple closes. Everyone is welcome to enjoy the Maha Prasadam, absolutely free with no fees. Anyone can be a part & contribute towards this Nithya Annadhanam scheme, Yatha Shakthi (pay what you can)
The Sai Datta Peetham is offering this great opportunity for charity and to serve others, by virtue of which serve His Holiness Baba himself. In the Life of Every Human Being, one is supposed to do Good Karma and Good Karma is nothing but doing good deeds such as charitable activities.
For anyone interested in contributing to Nitha Annadhanam, here are some great opportunities:
This type of Annadhanam is special, sometimes a great way to celebrate certain very special days of our lives, wedding anniversary, ceremonies, birthdays etc.
You can also donate groceries needed for daily Maha Prasadham