Sathya Sai Baba

June 18, 2011 by staff 

Sathya Sai BabaSathya Sai Baba, In Hyderabad The mystery of the treasure hidden inside staff at the end of Sathya Sai Baba Mandir Yajur camera broke on Thursday, with the revelation that contained 98 kg of gold, 307 kg of silver in addition to Rs 11.56 million rupees in cash.

The Sathya Sai Central Trust, which conducted an inventory of the things stored inside the Yajur Mandir, as it broke on Wednesday, came the announcement of the details of the list of treasures.

The evaluation was conducted in the presence of retired Supreme Court Justice AP Mishra and retired judge of Karnataka High Court Vaidyanatha.
The room had two large idols of Ganesh and Krishna, Baba used to pray two hours every day. According to reports, the diamonds presented by the Saudi royals were also found there.

Up to 20 SBI staff had the cash for 36 hours with three machines to count cash, plus a hand weight ornaments.

The trust money and ornaments in a State Bank of India account. The gold is estimated at Rs 21 crore approximately, and silver from around Rs 16 crore.

Trusted legal adviser to members Naganand details of the richness of the media. The room had restricted entry to everyone including members of the trust, their families and close associates. Only the most reliable Sathyajit Baba used personal assistant to allow entry from time to time to serve Baba.

Rumors about the spiritual leader will also put to rest after the members of the trust also said it had been recovered in the room. The room had been locked from Baba was hospitalized in March. What was found in the room? 98 kilos of gold ornaments, worth about 21 million rupees R 307 kilos of silver ornaments, the approximate value of 16 million rupees R R 11.6 million rupees in cash in dollars and pounds Diamonds are a gift from Saudi King Two idols of Ganesha and Krishna

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