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This book is based on in-depth research that triangulates information from several primary sources, to provide hitherto unknown facts about Sai Baba, village Shirdi and some of the people who visited it during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. It not only adds to the repository of knowledge about this great saint of India and the role that he played in the context of protecting his devotees during India’s struggle for freedom, but additionally provides new insights by raising questions and seeking answers through analysis of rare documents drawn from the National Archives, police records and diaries pertaining to that time as well as reviewing personal documents and literature in different languages. Written in Chicago-style Citation, it contains nine chapters dealing with different aspects of Sai Baba’s life in Shirdi. The book has several rare documents and photographs of Shirdi Sai Baba and his devotees as well as compositions of Shirdi of that time. A glossary is provided at the end of the book for ease of reference. The book will be a valuable asset not just for all those who are devotees of Sai Baba and other Sadgurus, but also for students and academicians who have an interest in India’s culture and history and in the means used by the British to understand and control developments in different parts of the country.
"This book is a collection of eighteen articles written by a devoted Sai couple over several years. It throws light on the multi-faceted aspects of divinity, magnanimity, and universality of Shirdi Sai Baba—The Perfect Master. In a very lucid and simple language, the authors have described the omnipotence, omniscience, and omnipresence of this unique Sadguru. This book also analyzes the nature of Sai consciousness and Sai phenomenon from diverse perspectives. All those wanting to know and understand the Sai phenomenon will find this book interesting and useful—whether or not they are Sai followers. "
Chanting of Sri Sai Ashtothara, the 108 names of Shirdi Saibaba, is the most chosen and popular way of worshipping Baba. The Ashtothara was compiled, originally, by Pujya Sri Narasimha Swamiji, an ardent Sai devotee. Sai Ashtothara is chanted daily in Shirdi during Kakad (Morning) Arti. However, no attempt has been undertaken to make one relate these sacred names to the memorable miracles and leelas of his grace and protection. This is a prayer book and an attempt to explore the deeper inner significance of each name. Hopefully it will be helpful to every Sai devotee to win his grace and blessings.
This research monograph is a unique addition to the existing literature on Sri Shirdi Sai Baba, who lived a humble life and taught the basics of spirituality and morality to the devotees through his many miracles, revelations of their past birhts, simple yet penetrating teachings, stories and thrilling parables.
On the life and teachings of Sri Sai Baba, 1836-1918, Hindu religious leader.
"In the present age of consumerism, people often look for quick gains and shortcuts to success. Amidst the cacophony of such supposedly wish-fulfilling claims, the need for a genuine guide, a true guru, is often felt by those who are able to look beyond the facade of oratorial brilliance. The Sai of Shirdi has been one such authentic presence whose voice has healed the injured, guided those who had lost the way, and brought back hope to those who had lost everything. Though he led a simple life, what is known for certain is that he was deeply soaked in the Sufi tradition and was knowledgeable of the Vedanta. Like Kabir, his universalism, tolerance and presence transcended the religious boundaries of both Hinduism and Islam. The significance of Baba is embodied not in his identity but in the impact his presence had on millions of devotees and still continues to have, though he may not be with us physically. The inspiration behind this English musical, on the life and teachings of Sai, was to convey the message of this enigmatic saint to a younger English-speaking audience.
"Life history of Shirdi Sai Baba was originally written in Telugu by Ammula Sambasiva Rao, and translated into English by Thota Bhaskara Rao. The book delves deep into the details of the life of Shirdi Sai Baba right from his birth till attainment of Samadhi. The author has expounded Sai Tatwa or Sai philosophy in a simple language, interpersed with engrossing anecdotes in the life of Sai devotees.
"Shirdi Sai Baba is a household name in India as well as in many parts of the world today. This book offers fascinating glimpses into the lives and miracles of Shiri Sai Baba and other Perfect Masters. It is an experience that is bound to transform one’s sense of perspective and bring about perceptible and meaningful spiritual growth. This book acquaints the reader with the spiritual powers at work beneath the mundaneness of our material existence, and reawakens the dormant consciousness of the divinity that lies beneath every aspect of the universe. This book is a compilation of extempore speeches, articles and writings of Shri. C.B. Satpathy over a period of time, between 1991-1995.
Sai Baba was a phenomenon whose charisma and omniscience attracted multitudes from all religions and regions of India.
Sri Narasimha Swamiji was a lively, energetic and studious child brought up in a deeply religious and generous atmosphere. Later, he became a leading lawyer, politician and a person of social eminence. A tragedy in the family acted as a turning point, as he left the warmth and security of his home. His quest lasted for more than eleven years until he went to Shirdi to obtain a ‘darshan’ of Sai Baba’s samadhi. It was that historic day, 29th August 1936, which changed the course of his life. Sai Baba took possession of Narasimha Swamiji. He became an evangelist and spread the message of Sai Baba all over the country. As long as Sai Baba’s name is there in this universe, Narasimha Swamiji will be remembered, with reverence and faith.
"Shri Shirdi Sai Baba was a revered saint and is worshiped by people in India and around the world. The essence of his life teachings is based on a moral code of love, forgiveness, kindness, charity, gratification, inner peace, and dedication to God and Guru. This is precisely what the author brings to the fore in this book. Sai Baba’s teachings were a synthesis of the elements of most of the major religions. The author establishes that Baba’s great teachings surpass most religious beliefs and are universal. An agnostic, who is uncertain about the endless beliefs and practices that religions follow, the author ends up finding solace in Baba’s religion of love. "
A Divine Soul who came to the earth as a Human Being, lived as a Karmyogi, spoke as a Prophet, taught like Jesus, served as Buddha, and left this world as Sai Baba -- THE GOD OF MILLIONS! He had said, "When I will no more be in the body, my bones will speak to you from the Mahasamadhi, whenever you call me with love and faith." Sal Baba still keeps His promise, You will hear Him speak to you within: YOU will find Him always beside YOU, extending His hand to you for your help; and believe me, you will never find yourself alone at times of crises. Sai Baba is a God who is practically yours -- always if YOU have faith in HIM.
Shirdi Sai Baba had said, 'I am immortal, know this truth. And forever get experiences of my immortality. . . Even if I cast off this mortal body, nevertheless I will come running to the aid of my devotees.' Since then, he has kept his promise by appearing in a physical form before his devotees time and again, whenever the need arises, to provide succour, comfort and guidance. This book narrates the experiences of those blessed devotees who had the privilege of meeting Sai Baba, and those who had the good fortune of receiving a divine vision of Baba either in his physical form or in a dream, or of hearing his voice.
This is a research-based book on the divine life, teachings, spirit messages, and contributions of Sri Shirdi Sai Baba (18381918), the renowned Sufi saint of India. It highlights his importance as the 'Jagat Guru (Universal Master) whose teachings and messages elevate all people spiritually and morally and unite them. His main teachings are Allah (God) is one who is the sole master of all; the same 'atma'(soul) is in every creature; everyone is linked to others according to ones past actions and Rinanubandh (bond of give and take), and so one must be kind, compassionate, and helpful to all those who come in this life. He is now the supreme ascended master. He appears before people who earnestly remember him, in their dreams or in any other person's form to guide, inspire, save, and help them to solve their problems instantly. His Dwarka Mai masjid (mosque) and samadhi Mandir temple in Shirdi are well-known to billons of people of all regligions and cultures and are visited by thousands of people daily and by even more than hundred thousand pilgrims from all lovers of the world to seek his grace. This book was written by the devotee author as desired by the spirit of Sri Shirdi Sai Baba communicated to Sri Lakshman Swami, founder, Adi Sankarachrya and Dattratreya Adhyatmic Bhakti Mandli, Bangalore in 1992 and was blessed by Shivamma Thyayee of Roopen Agraha, Bangalore, who was then the only surviving 102-year-old contemporary devotee of Sri Shirdi Sai Baba and by Sri Shivnesh Swami of Shirdi. It has been one of the most popular books on Sri Shirdi Sai Baba since then. This revised and updated new edition provides valuable information on prominent Shirdi Sai temples, organizations, journals, and websites in the world. It will enlighten and spiritually uplift the readers belonging to all religions, cultures, and nations.
This book is devoted to the life and times of Sri Sai Baba (1838-1918 AD). He was a representative of the Almighty. In his sermons, he has addressed himself as the trio (Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh). He did not start any new religion. However, the Sai cult is spreading in many countries. In this book, the author describes the gist of his sermons. His death has also been described; it is believed that Sai Baba's's soul whirls around the Ravi Mandal to protect the living beings. Dr. S.P. Ruhela has edited this book which is full of spiritualism and divine thoughts. Readers of all age groups can read it and introduce themselves to the eternal bliss of Sri Shirdi Sai Baba.
This book provides an assessment of Shirdi Sai Baba, taking into account both the Muslim Sufi and Hindu components of his biography. The author has integrated the available materials without neglecting some frequently overlooked details and supporting data. Many people look at Shirdi Sai Baba as a unifying force between Hindus and Muslims, while others see him as representing only one religious identity. This book covers these points in great detail. In eighty chapters, the sources are analysed to portray diverse events of the saint's life, and to profile many of his devotees. Employing the accounts of Dabholkar, Narasimhaswami, and other key commentators, the treatment investigates numerous obscure situations, besides other more well known occurrences. The author maintains that, despite some hagiology appearing in the sources, there is sufficient evidence for realistic biographical dimensions, more especially during the last ten years of the saint's life, when a large number of visitors arrived at Shirdi. Shirdi Sai Baba (d.1918) is one of the most important latter day Indian saints. He lived an ascetic existence as a faqir in a rural mosque. He is distinctive for a universalist attitude, bypassing religious dogma. The teachings of Sai Baba employed allusion and parable, and are not typical of the traditions associated with him. Some complexities of this matter are addressed in a separate chapter. The book is annotated and fully indexed.
Life sketch of Sri Sai Baba, 1836-1918, spiritual leader from India.

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