The prasad to be distributed, is cooked in handis traditionally. The cooking vessels are covered with Warli art, and Bapu Himself adds the ingredients, gives it an occasional stir, and normal food becomes amrit for the shraddhavans.
Shree Sai Sahastra Yagya are performed.
Bapu Himself is adding ghee to the yagya-kund here.
Shraddhavans who are unable to celebrate the festival at Shree Hari Guru Gram, do so in their own Upasana Kendras, and the following are organised at the various centres around the world.
· Paduka Poojan
· Chanting of Ramaya Ramabhadraya Ramchandraya Namah (108 times)
· Chanting of the Ghorakashtodharan Stotra (9 times)
·Chanting of the Hanuman Chalisa (1 time)
· Chanting of the Gurukshetram Mantra (5 times)
· Parayan(Reading) the 11th Chapter from Shri Sai Satcharitra.