Guruji Sai Ishwar from Udupi (Karnataka) pays a goodwill visit to Santan ashram in Ramnathi, Goa

Mrs. Vidya Shanbag showing Guruji Sai Ishwar the meditation room in the ashram

Ramnathi, Goa – Guruji Sai Ishwar from Udupi (Karnataka) paid a goodwill visit to Sanatan’s Ramnathi ashram on September 16, 2019. At that time he procured information on activities regarding the nation and Dharma and spiritual research being carried out in the ashram. Sanatan Sanstha’s lady seeker Mrs. Vidya Shanbag apprised Guruji Sai Ishwar and devotees accompanying Him details about this.

Sanatan Sanstha’s Saint H.H. (Dr.) Mukul Gadgil felicitated Guruji Sai IShwar with a garland, shawl, coconut and a gift. He also said that he enjoyed his stay in the ashram and that his dream of visiting the ashram had been fulfilled.


1. Guruji Sai Ishwar granted permission to Sanatan Sanstha’s seekers to provide guidance on Dharma for half an hour during every weekly satsang. In his area incidence of conversion of hindus is growing. He also expressed the will to work unitedly to curb this.

2. Guruji Sai Ishwar said that in the ashram he got to learn many things. He was especially impressed by the discipline here.

3. He was impressed with the system of sorting out and storing of vegetables in the kitchen to prevent spoilage and expressed that He would do the same in their programme of serving food to devotees.

4. At that time Guruji did healing of physical illnesses of seekers.


A brief introduction to Guruji Sai Ishwar

Guruji Sai Ishwar from Shankarpura, Udupi (Karnataka) has done in depth research on the Universal Aura Scanner, pendulum, vastushastra (science of premises) and numerology. Using the technique of ‘Saisparsh’ he heals people with physical illnesses. He heals by touching the seven spiritual energy centers of the individual subtly. He is the director of the trust called ‘Saividya’. Through the medium of this trust poor children are given education. Also, dead animals and birds found on the roadside are cremated. Their ambulance continuously moves around in two districts of Karnataka to achieve this. The trust also provides food to the needy.

Source : Dainik Sanatan Prabhat