Sadguru Sri Madhusudan Sai

Sri Madhusudan Sai, an ardent disciple and follower of Sri Sathya Sai Baba, is an exemplary alumnus of the Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Learning, a recipient of several accolades for his academic brilliance and extra-curricular abilities.

Sri Madhusudan Sai, was born as Madhusudan Naidu in a middle-class family in Bilaspur, a small town in the state of Chhattisgarh in Central India. In 1996, at age 17, a young Madhusudan Naidu started studying at the Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Learning, Whitefield, Bangalore.


On November 22, 1999, Sri Madhusudan received the gold medal from Baba for standing first in the University in Bachelor of Science in Chemistry (Honors). He decided to continue his post-graduation and completed a master’s degree in chemistry at Puttaparthi, after which he also pursued Masters in Business Administration (MBA), and received the Sri Sathya Sai All-rounder gold medal.

After a decade of a career in corporate banking, in the year 2012, Sri Madhusudan Sai began working to expand his Master’s work in the areas of education, healthcare, nutrition and social welfare programs absolutely free of cost — both in India and across the world. This noble endeavor is embodied in the Sri Madhusudan Sai Global Humanitarian Mission, a non-religious, non-denominational, non-political group of foundations promoting harmony through service to humanity across 30 countries worldwide, embracing the ethos of Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam – One World, One Family.

Sadguru Sri Madhusudan Sai spearheads this unique global mission across 32 countries. Since 2011, Sri Madhusudan Sai has established institutes of excellence in Education, Healthcare, Nutrition, and Spirituality across the world.

  • Nutrition: Free-of-cost, daily morning nutrition program nourishes 9 million school-going children in India across 106,000 schools in 25 states, and 4 Union Territories, along with nourishing children in 5 other countries.
  • Education: 3,000 students in 28 educational campuses across 3 States in India, a Private University in South India and a medical college, along with 1,500 students in 2 other countries.
  • Healthcare: 12 specialty hospitals in India (five pediatric cardiac, and five mother and child hospitals), two multi-specialty hospitals, several diagnostic wellness centers, community outreach initiatives and three hospitals abroad (Fiji, Sri Lanka, Nigeria and a medical center in USA),