Loving Sai Ram from Prasanthi Nilayam
29 May, 2014
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Dharmaraja always had Bheema to his left and Arjuna to his right. What is the significance? Bheema is remembered as a person of physical strength. Arjuna is known for his purity and valour. Do not take it that Dharmaraja was merely surrounded by people with physical strength and valour. Dharmaraja was always upright in practicing right conduct and moral principles. Hence, Bhima too always obeyed him and never misused his physical strength anywhere. Arjuna personified purity and possessed various powers and capabilities. He also won the friendship of Lord Krishna and various honours from Indra and others. Unlike the present day honours awarded by various Governments, Arjuna wore purity and valour as his decorations. Because purity and valour were on either sides, righteousness prevailed during the rule of Dharmaraja or Yudishtra.

- Divine Discourse, Jun 26, 1989.

Sathya Sai Baba
There is no greater spiritual practice than adhering to the principles of truth and love. - Baba.