Narayan Sai (born 29 January 1972, Narayan Sirumalani/Harpalani), also known as Narayan Prem Sai is an Indian Hindu religious leader.
He is the son of Hindu religious leader Asaram Bapu and brother of Bharti Shriji.
Sai has been involved in various social welfare programmes in India and abroad. He has led projects for poverty alleviation in remote areas of Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat along with de-addiction, stress management, environment conservation and disaster relief programmes in all parts of India. He has traveled widely in India, and has also visited many Asian, Middle-Eastern, African, American and European countries to discourse on Sanatana Dharma (Eternal Law).
Sai has held free Yoga and Meditation sessions conducted at the Sindhu Darshan The term means the vision of the divineResort, Leh.
Sai was charged with molestation when a Surat-based woman lodged an FIR against him in Jahangirpura Police Station of Surat accusing him of exploitation and repeated rape between 2002 and 2005. He evaded arrest for two months and was apprehended and arrested on 4 December 2013 in a combined operation of Delhi, Gujarat, Punjab and Haryana police along the Delhi-Haryana border, and brought to Surat for custody.
On 6 December the High Court of Gujarat dismissed his status as absconder, however he remained under arrest for other charges including rape, unnatural sex, molestation, wrongful confinement, unlawful assembly, rioting and criminal intimidation. Sai was also accused of bribing the local authorities holding him in custody in an attempt to have the case of sexual abuse against him weakened or dismissed.