Shirdi Sai Baba

Shirdi Sai Baba

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Author: Rajender Pal
Publisher: Lotus Press
Year: 2008
Language: English
Pages: 160
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8183821472


Sai Baba of Shirdi holds a unique place in the rich tradition of saints in India. Being an embodiment of self-realisation and perfection, his mission on earth was not solely to preach but to awaken mankind through his messages of love and righteousness.

Shirdi Sai Baba, an Indian spiritual guru and a fakir, a personification of spiritual perfection and an epitome of compassion, transcended the barriers of religions, and was regarded by his Hindu and Muslim followers as a saint. His real name, birth place, and date of birth are unknown. He is believed to have lived between 1838 and 1918. There is no clear record of his given name, or of his origins.

However, there are some indications based on his own words that he was born in a Brahmin family in the village of Pathri, under the name Haribhau. According to estimates he was born circa 1838. He lived in a mosque, and after death, his body was cremated in a temple.


1. Early Life
2. Return to Shirdi
3. Life in the Mosque
4. Miracles and Leelas
5. Devotees and Saints
6. Teaching and Philosophy
7. Baba's Mission
8. Hinduism and Islam
9. Baba's Sayings
10. Bhajans and Aarti
11. Knowledge of the Past, Present and Future
12. Baba's Samadhi