The following discourses do not appear in Sathya Sai Speaks. They are taken from the website http://sssbpt.org/Pages/Archivals/Divine_Discourses.htm and edited slightly to fix English and place Sanskrit behind English equivalents. They were given during the Athi Rudra Maha Yagna, a great rite (maha yagna) performed over 11 days (9-19 Aug 2006) for world peace and prosperity. Athi means ultimate and Rudra is a name for Siva, so this athirudra is the highest form of worship of Siva.
During the rite, 132 priests chant and perform oblations around 11 fire-pits. The chanting consists mainly of many repetitions of namakas (because each verse ends in namah, meaning “name”) and chamakas (because each verse ends in cha me, meaning “and to me [may this be granted]”) from the Vedas. The namakas praise Rudra and describe His attributes; the chamakas ask for blessings.