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About Sai Baba

Sai Baba was a yogi, fakir, and a sage who is yet honoured as a saint by his devotees who are scattered across two different religions - Hinduism and Islam. He is regarded as an avatar of Lord Shiva and thus he is very popular throughout India. Though many books authored by famous researchers elucidate his life right from his adulthood to his last days, no official book goes on record to throw light on his childhood particularly. This has indeed aroused interest about his birth and the manner in which his holiness came into being.

Supposedly, Sai Baba got into his sacred status by conquering basic human penchants for things that perish. It is believed that he had a priority which was to realize his self so deep that he could actually think about exploring his role and what he needed to do to serve humanity better. For this reason, he is venerated by a slew of humane people located all over the world. As a saint he found it as his duty to educate people by setting a few protocol on love, compassion, man to man help, inner tranquillity, dedication to the almighty and guru.

He was a single source from which common beliefs of two different religions had taken roots. He did not see any major difference between Hinduism and Islam and to prove this to the people who rebuked his ideology he went a step forward to name the mosque that he lived in as "Dwarakamayi".

His life is a model and all his followers get stirred while reading his biography which encompasses some monumental feats that no ordinary human could visualize to accomplish. He lived to preach a simple belief which he often recites as "Sabka Malik Ek". It means one god governs all. Yes, his broadminded religious beliefs are still very influential in the lives of scores of his worshippers.


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My eye is ever on those who love me
Have faith and patience. Then I will be always with you wherever you are
Spend money in charity; be generous and munificent but not extravagant
Without my grace, not even a leaf can move
If a devotee is about to fall, I stretch out my hands to support him or her
Whenever you undertake to do something, do it thoroughly or not at all
Speak the truth and truth alone
What do we lose by another’s good fortune? Let us celebrate with them, or strive to emulate them
Whatever creature comes to you, human or otherwise, treat it with consideration
Love all and be kind to all because I live and exist in all
I live in the heart of each and every devotee who worships me and pays obeisance to me
Get on with your worldly activities cheerfully, but do not forget God
If a devotee is about to fall, I stretch out my hands to support him or her
What I say, happens
Avoid unnecessary disputation
If you are wealthy, be humble. Plants bend when they bear fruit
Give food to the hungry, water to the thirsty, and clothes to the naked. God will be pleased
My treasury is open but no one brings carts to take from it. I say, “Dig!” but no one bothers
Stay by me and keep quiet, I will do the rest
I am the slave of my devotee
trust guru fully, that's the only sadhana
If you make me the sole object of your thoughts and aims, you will gain the supreme goal
Surrender completely to God
I am formless and everywhere
Why fear when I am here?

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