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Sadguru Sri Madhusudan Sai

Sri Madhusudan Sai is a humanitarian, philanthropist, spiritual leader and visionary. His foundation, the Sri Madhusudan Sai Global Humanitarian Mission (SMSHGM), spans 33 countries (including Australia) providing free nutrition, education and healthcare to those most in need, touching and transforming the lives of millions of individuals. The Heart of Love Foundation (Australia) is a registered not-for-profit with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC) and our volunteers work closely with the SMSGHM to provide deliverable outcomes in Australia and The Pacific in the fields of nutrition, education and healthcare.


28 educational campuses, a University in South India through the Sri Sathya Sai Loka Seva Gurukulam Group of Educational Institutions, and two institutions abroad (Nigeria and Australia) are providing free values-based education to nearly 4,500 boys and girls. To ensure accessibility and inclusivity, the institution also supports primary education of over 5,400 children from Government schools through the Bharath Rashtra Nirman Vidyaarthi Nidhi, a unique initiative of Sadguru Sri Madhusudan Sai.

At Sathya Sai Grama in Muddenahalli in Karnataka, near Bengaluru airport (South India), which is also the epicentre for all the global service activities, a totally free 360-bedded multi-specialty hospital treats over 1,200 patients everyday, and is also the teaching hospital for India’s first free medical college – the Sri Madhusudan Sai Institute of Medical Sciences and Research – which was inaugurated by the Honourable Prime Minister of India, Mr Narendra Modi on 25 March 2023.

Guided by the vision – IN THE RURAL, OF THE RURAL, FOR THE RURAL- this first-of-its kind medical college shall nurture medical doctors with ability, nobility, and stability who shall dedicate themselves to serve the underserved, particularly in rural India, where their need is the most.


Today, twelve speciality hospitals in India (five paediatric cardiac, and five mother and child hospitals, and two multi-speciality hospitals) and three hospitals abroad (Fiji, Sri Lanka, Nigeria and a medical centre in USA) are providing free healthcare. Over 30,000 free paediatric cardiac surgeries have been done successfully through the Sri Sathya Sai Sanjeevani Hospitals.


The Annapoorna morning nutrition programme nourishes 9 million school-going children every day in India in 106,000 schools across 25 States, 4 Union Territories, and 5 countries.

All services are offered absolutely FREE of cost to all without any discrimination.

11 Centres for Human Development in 10 countries have also been established to work towards the welfare and well-being of all as one global family. Thus, several lives are being illumined by these benevolent acts of goodness every day.