Lord Sai Baba.

Sai Baba of Shirdi is God Almighty.He is Lord Almighty Himself. Nothing on earth, in heaven, in any of the netherworlds can be compared to him. HE is more magnificent than zillions and zillions of suns taken together. The whole brahmmand i.e. the universe resides in him. All the universes stay at his feet. He is the Master of All Creation.Without him neither does day exist nor does night. Without His grace, everything comes to a stand still.

Sai Baba was born in the year 1838. He lived in Shirdi for more than sixty years and during his stay in Shirdi, he gave unlimited service to that place. Shirdi is famous because of Baba. Baba as I have told you before is God. There is not a single disease that he had not cured. Sai Baba used to live In Dwarkamayee masjid and a continuous dhuni used to be lit there and a continuous dhuni is lit even now. If you ever visit Shirdi, you can see the glowing dhuni in the Dwarkamyee masjid. Baba used to give vibhuti from the dhuni to the people who used to come and pray to him for help and they would get completely cured and their problems would get solved.

Many people know about Sai Baba of Shirdi. Anyone who has even a little knowledge of dhuni, knows about Baba. Even be it little. Sai Baba of Shirdi is known all over the world and in many countries such as Spain, Japan, USA, UK, etc., there are many people who come to have the darshan of his samadhi., flying all over the world.

There is a neem tree in Shirdi and sitting on the steps near it, I felt Baba’s presence. He came as a beautiful fragrance to me and it came as such a relief to my soul. I felt blessed.

All Gods are one. To me, my Sai Baba is PARVARDIGAR.

Baba’s mahasamadhi had happened on 15th October 1918, on the eve of Dasshera.

Baba is God Almighty to me.He has been with me for years and years and all that I have written in this blog are my personal feelings and experiences about and with Him. Baba’s blessings and grace is natural, continuously flowing and very much loving. He only gives.

He used to ask for two things and those are “Shraddha” meaning Faith and “Saburi” meaning patience.

With “Shraddha” and “Saburi”, I dedicate this post to him.




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