Tender Hearts
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1. Who became the King of Lanka after Sri Rama killed the wicked Ravana in the holy epic Ramayana?
a) Hanuman
b) Sri Rama
c) Vibhishana
d) Lakshmana
2. In His only tour outside India, Sai Baba in 1967, visited the African countries of
a) Kenya, South Africa and Uganda
b) Nigeria, Kenya, Uganda
c) Nigeria, South Africa, Uganda
d) Nigeria, Kenya, Zimbabwe.
3. In Swami’s saying on travel - “Less luggage, More comfort,” what does the ‘luggage’ symbolically refer to when seen in the context of the journey that is life?
4. In the Bhagavad Geeta, Sri Krishna explains to Arjuna that there are three paths that an individual could take to attain Godhead or Self-Realisation. What are these three paths?
5. Guru Nanak, the founder of Sikh religion, was born as a
a) Hindu
b) Muslim
c) Christian
d) Buddhist
6. Many devotees address Sai Baba as ‘Swami’. What does the Sanskrit term ‘Swami’ mean?
7. Complete the saying of Baba – “You may not always oblige but ___________________”.
8. Baba often says that one’s money should be like one’s shoe. What is He trying to explain through that analogy?
9. The famous book ‘Sai Baba – Man of Miracles’ which has been instrumental in bringing thousands of spiritual seekers to Baba’s lotus feet, is written by
a) John Hislop
b) Howard Murphet
c) N. Kasturi
d) Joy Thomas
10. What are the words of “Good News” called in Christianity?
a) Sermon
b) Gospel
c) Homily
d) Confession
11. What is the telephone number to contact Sai Baba in Puttaparthy?
12. Which famous saying of Baba would you get if you rearranged the phrase ‘Ella Volla Revels’.


Volume - 2 Issue - 3 Radiosai Journal - PSN 2004