SaiGuru.net is divided into Six primary categories (as can be seen in the side menu): 1) Articles; 2) News; 3) Media; 4) Personal Experiences; 5) Sai Organization and 6) Conclusions.
The overwhelming majority of articles, located on the SaiGuru site, were duplicated from other Anti-Sai sites (in particular, the ExBaba site). This type of deceptive online behavior is known as "mirroring", whose aim is to spam the internet with multiple results for one search, making it appear as if many people endorse the article. In actuality, it is simply one article that is being dispersed multiple times through sites inimical towards Sathya Sai Baba. My News Section has replies to all these articles.
On their main index page, SaiGuru.net disingenuously states, "SaiGuru.net is an independent website to expose the allegations and controversy surrounding the Indian Guru Sathya Sai Baba. It is not part of any particular group or movement." If SaiGuru.net is not part of any group or movement, why do they duplicate articles only from Anti-Sai Sites with no other content? The SaiGuru.net domain is registered to Juan Roman Lomeli Quintanilla, from Mexico. Ivan Lomeli Quintanilla, Gabriela Quintanilla and Natalia Lomeli Quintanilla (all from Mexico) have signed the petition against SSB. This proves that SaiGuru.net is not an "independent" site, but rather, is an Anti-Sai Site created by Anti-Sai Activists.
SaiGuru.net is so "independent" from Anti-Sai Sites that, in fact, they publish attack articles against me yet refuse to provide my responses, or links to my responses, on their "independent" site! This irrefutably shows that SaiGuru.net tries to deceive the general public by claiming they are "independent" from Anti-Sai Sites and Anti-Sai Activists when clearly they are neither.