Who We Are
Established on April 2, 1981, in the holy premises of Sri Yogeshwara Mutt located in town of Chikkaballapur, Prashanthi Balamandira Trust is a public charitable trust embedded firmly on the principles of Sri Sathya Sai Baba towards rendering selfless service to the needy with a unique blend of spirituality and secularity.
To impart values-based education free of cost to every child without any discrimination, with greater emphasis on spiritual education.
To establish world class educational infrastructure in rural India, with first priority to the needy rural children.
Sri Sathya Sai Baba, adored and worshipped by millions of His devotees across the globe, was born on November 23, 1926, in the tiny hamlet of Puttaparthi in the South Indian state of Andhra Pradesh.
15 campuses in last six years
A string of 15 Campuses in 14 Districts, providing free education to more than 2345 students from rural background.
A record break of 15 campuses inaugurated and running in just last 6 years.
Sustained financially and ingeniously by the Alumni of the institution. A moment of pride and complete satisfaction for the formers being forerunners of their Alma mater!
“Many schools impart education. They also desire to teach human values, but are not aware of how to do it. I came with the expectation to learn. At the Teachers’ Conference, I was able to learn the importance of a teacher being a role model, his or her conduct and interaction with students, creative methods of teaching and understanding child psychology. I am very hopeful that, with this, our country will change for the better."
Trainer, Education in Human Values, Chennai – Tamil Nadu
“I live with my son and his family, and was suffering from high sugar and blood pressure. I have been receiving quality medical care from the doctors of Sri Sathya Sai Loka Seva Institutions for the last four years. Now, I am healthy and my sugar levels are normal. I am not visiting any other clinics after receiving this quality service.”
76 years, Resident of Karahalli Village