FROM SHRI C.B. SATPATHY'S MESSAGE
to his settlement at Akkalkot, ‘Swami Samarth’
visited far and wide. While moving in the Himalayan region
he visited China. Thereafter, he visited places like Puri,
Banaras, Hardwar, Girnaz, Kathiawad and Rameswaram in
the South . Because of his mobility and sudden appearance
and disappearance from place to place he came to be known
as ‘Chanchal Bharti’ i.e. a wandering Sadhu.
also stayed at Mangalvedha, a town near Pandharpur in
Solapur district, Maharashtra, which had been inhabited
earlier by famous saints like Domojipant and Chokhamela.
He came to Akkalkot in 1856 where he continued his physical
existence for 22 years. He came to Akkalkot on the invitation
of one Chintopant Tol and stayed at a place on the outskirts
of the town.
we call miracles are the normal ways of functioning of
the God realised ones. The Risaldar of that area, a muslim
person, wanted to test the Swami by offering him a chilum
without tobacco and asked him to smoke. Swami Samartha
started smoking the empty chilum after lighting it as
if nothing had happened. Realising him to be an advanced
spiritual person, the Risaldar apologised and made arrangements
for his stay in the house of one Cholappa. It is in this
small house that Swami Samarth lived upto his last.
Soon, the name of Swami Samarth as a Spiritual Master
spread all around and devotees came for taking his blessings.
Many of his gestures and mystic statements which he used
to make cryptically were not understood by the ordinary
people although their meaning became apparent on later
treated Muslims, Christians and Parsees all alike. His
kindness was always bestowed on the poor, needy and the
people at the lowest rung of society. Both Hindu and Muslim
festivals like Dussehra and Moharram etc. used to be celebrated
by Him. Like Shri Shirdi Sai who was, at times, seen rubbing
coins in his hand while taking names of some of his devotees,
Swami Samarth used to toy with metallic rings frequently.
used to give these to some devotees at random. The surprised
receiver always used to find the picture of his Deity
(Ishta) engraved on the ring. As in Shirdi, Thursday became
a special day of celebration at Akkalkot.
Like Shirdi Sai Baba, Swami Samarth of Akkalkot was fond
of mass feeding. Once, on his visit to a place called
Rampur, food was cooked for 50 people by a devotee named
Rawaji, to celebrate his visit. However, hearing the news
of Swami Samarth’s arrival, hundreds of people from
the neighbouring villages started rushing to the village.
such a large number of people at his door step Rawaji
became visibly panicky. Moved by his plight, Swami Samarth
asked Rawaji to get some empty baskets. When the baskets
were brought from the market, idols of all the dieties
like Khandoba, Annapurna, etc were put in them and food
materials like Chapatis etc. were piled over them. Rawaji
and his wife were asked to carry these baskets and take
three rounds around the Tulsi plant.
that, they were asked to serve food from these baskets
to the guests without looking into them. When food were
being served, Rawaji and his wife were amazed to see that
the food in the baskets did not get exhausted even after
hundred people had been served. After all the people who
had come, finished their meal, Swami Samarth took his
meal. This is known as ‘Annapurna Sidhi’.
Q & A
How does one
take time out to practice the “Guru Path”
when one is under the constraint of time in our ordinary
Living even an ordinary
life has been a difficult task with human beings in every
age and not in the present time only. Leading an ordinary
life means always trying to satisfy the social and family
demands. It is easy for those who have left home and taken
to ascetic way of life, to follow the spiritual path but
it is a greater problem when living in our physical world
looking after the never ending series of family and social
We seek a Guru to
give us a simple solution to this most difficult problem.
In the first stage nobody follows the ‘Guru Path’
completely. It requires a number of years or attempts
to prepare oneself. If a man goes on searching a Guru,
reading books on this subject, reading the life stories
of Saints, keeping purity in conduct etc., gradually the
thoughts relating to the Sadguru will grow in his inner
self. Under these conditions he will meet a Guru somewhere
at a certain point of time.
More correctly he
will draw the attention of the Sadguru who has the divine
power to see through the merits and demerits of everyone
and the thought process of all His devotees even from
a distance. It is said that the disciple cannot find a
Guru, but the Perfect Master finds out His disciple certainly.
As Baba said, “I draw my devotees from thousands
In life full of difficulties
it is a true endeavor to develop the qualities of compassion,
forgiveness and service. Selfless service to all living
beings is the goal of the Guru. It may be concluded that
initially one should begin with obeying on smaller duties
given to him by the Guru, and gradually one should move
ahead for bigger jobs. While undergoing life’s struggle
whatever qualities one develops those remain permanently
with him and become a part of his divine self. These qualities
are carried to the next life. In the next life also he
again gets the help of a Guru and evolves further. The
Guru Path or Parampara is not a game of one life but of
a time continuum.
BABA MAY I
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FROM "LIFE OF SAI BABA" BY NARASIMHA SWAMI
far as Lobha is concerned, it is excessive greed and is
looked down upon even in an ordinary person, and much
more in a person who aims at spiritual uplift. But so
far as Nana was concerned, Lobha does not appear to have
been a defect in his character. In any case, Lobha is
only an exaggeration of one's attachment to moneys and
goods. Baba took very good care to see that Nana’s
attachment did not reach excessive heights.
adopted his usual methods for this purpose. It is ‘Dana’
that is the exact opposite of, and, therefore, the antitode
for, the venom called attachment or greed. This truth
comes from even the date of the Brihadaranyaka.
was approached by his three sets of children, the Devas,
the Naras, and the Asuras. Each of these came and said,
‘Please give us instruction as to what we should
do’. Prajapati answered. ‘Da, Da, Da,’
to each of these. In the case of the gods, the ‘Da’
required for them was Dama that is, self-control, moderation.
In the case of the Asuras, the ‘Da’ required
was Daya, i.e. mercy. Their excessive cruel nature had
to be met by the spirit of compassion, which was the antidote
for their cruelty. In the case of men, the ‘Da’
was ‘Daana’ i.e, charity.
natural instinct is to grasp, to be greedy, and to get
more and more, and the best way of checking this greed
is by making man give up all that he has got. Daana forces
a man to part with his money, etc. and by constant parting,
he will get accustomed to feel quite nonchalant, quite
unaffected while parting with moneys or when moneys are
lost. Thus ‘Da’ (Daana) is the recipe given
to men as the rule of their life by Prajapati.
The importance of eradicating greed from one’s nature
may be seen from the simplest and one of the best of all
the 108 Upanishads-viz., lsavasya Upanishad, so much praised
by Mahatma Gandhi. In the very first verse of this Upanishad,
the order is given, ‘Ma Gridhah Kasyasvid Danam’.
That is, ‘Covet not wealth whosesoever it may be.’
Or it may be translated thus, ‘Covet not; whose
is wealth?’ This means, what is your wealth today
is mine tomorrow and somebody else’s on the third
there is nothing fixed about wealth, and one need not
concern oneself so much about this fleeting possession.
Therefore, Daana has been specially insisted upon not
only in the Vedas and Upanishads (dakshina is prescribed
for all the rituals) but also by Baba in his daily practice.
the Soul of Vairagya never cared to ask for moneys in
the beginning. But when visitors began to rush upon him
in crowds, in hundreds, he began to ask for dakshina,
which had various meanings and explanations. One way of
keeping out undesirable people, the over-greedy people
who think of nothing except money is to ask for dakshina.
A lawyer, who went to see Baba when alive, noted that
he, a lawyer, accustomed to get money from others, was
being asked to pay money to Baba.
he felt repelled and never again visited Baba during his
life time. That is evidently one of the ideas underlying
Baba's demand in some cases. In many other cases also,
the demand of dakshina serves the purpose of reducing
attachment. In the case of Nana, Baba used to demand off
and on various sums, and so Nana was accustomed to take
with him large sums like Rs. 300 or Rs. 400 whenever he
visited Shirdi. Whenever Baba asked for money, Nana would
give him money. This constant giving of money to Baba
would naturally reduce his attachment to wealth. ”……
I was suffering from
deception, material losses, betrayal and physical assault.
The expected outcome was depression, very high sugar levels
and severe diabetic condition with a reading of 460-75.
I suffered because that was karmic. My secretary even
presented me with Sai Satcharita - but my sanskaras perhaps
prevented me from reading it. But His grace and blessings
had to lead me to it.
when the situation became desperate with court cases and
police stations, losing properties in the court and I
was left without even a house to stay in, I took shelter
in a government quarter. Then one day a friend suggested
that I visit the Sai temple and read Satcharita. I read
it in a saptaah. Then I read it in one day. Then someone
suggested I read Gurucharita. I read that too.
story and chapter was a revealing lesson to me. I learnt
a lot. Meanwhile, my health improved. Earlier I could
not walk and found it very painful to stand up after squatting
for a while. I was detected with cancer in both breasts.
I did parikramas.
next scan projected an arrest - status quo. My health
improved. My daughter secured a seat in medical school.
I received the promotion that was denied to me for 23
years. One of my research articles caught the attention
of the Prime Minister’s staff and I received appreciation.
Even now I get depressed
because the forces that are creating difficulties are
so many, but I chant the name of Sai - consciously and
sub-consciously every waking minute of the day. He has
finally, after testing me for years, willed so much progress
in a span of three years.
He will right every
wrong done to me by fellow men and women. I have found
the beauty of his omnipresence even in China - when I
wondered when I can see a champa flower. When I returned
- the first Thursday after I returned, the priest at the
temple gave me a champa flower from His lotus feet. He
is there when I seek Him. Without Him I would have perished.
My only worry - this
morning in chapter 16 of Sri Gurucharitra, I have read
about the duties of a woman. I see that only women have
responsibilities and duties. Men do not. No matter what
husbands may do wives must tolerate and have forbearance
and patience. I have been married for 24 years.
From day one I was
exploited, abused, taunted, maligned, and beaten up. I
had to bring up my two children with little or no support
from my husband. He has neglected the children too. I
have never neglected my duties as a daughter in law. They
were my responsibility and I served them with pleasure.
I cannot even repeat some of the things said to me.
I have paid up his
debts. All this is possible by Sai's Grace. But as a mortal
I always craved for a little concern - some affection
- it has never come through. I am working and therefore
financially not on the road. But in similar situations,
women who are not educated, not employed, have to find
Why should they not
remarry so someone better can take care of them? I know
shaastras say something different. They were written when
the world was not so materially oriented. Now everything
is money based. So employment is important. If the husband
cannot support should the wife commit suicide? What about
I feel strongly that
some system be evolved to make life more secure for women
and children and old parents. Some of my doubts and questions
are answered soon and some after a long time. But no query
goes unanswered. I am developing more and more faith in
Baba. I am sure He is The One!
experience, articles poems etc.
Baba, my Deva bless me with
Through the trials and ordeals I face
May I be merged with patience and faith
And may more love for You in me grow
The devil is playing with my
Help me Father, to be rid of this maya
Purify my sight, help me to get an insight
And help me adapt to the way you want me to be
Help me to not walk astray
Stabilize my emotions and help me be Kind to everyone
For the joy that I receive from you
Gives me willingness to fight the rival in me
Your assurances and your Nirakara
Stand by my side
And I find you reciprocating my prayers through Your loving
As Thy strong hand lift me from despair
Nevertheless I hope to get there
I need you Baba, all the time
You have never ever let me fear
In spite of my bitter moments and challenging times
You were always there
Cleaning me from my sins
Unfortunately Baba I misunderstood you
More of Thy will, I long to seek
Less of self, help me be cherubic and meek
Stupid that I am I always mourned
For the materialistic riches and searched for impermanent
And yet I did not realize that I would find You
Day in and day out
in the life that I lead.
Baba, help me trod on for the road seems dark
Each step taken will leave a mark
I see you in the help you extend and
Of late learnt that you are in every obstacle
I know not what the future may hold
Days could be warm, or dreary and cold
But Lord, may I always remember thy blessings
For they are the one constant that always come my way
Minu Suravajhala, Delhi
experience, articles poems etc.
TOPIC OF DISCUSSION
Views of Shirdi
Sai Baba on YOGA
to people through Sai Satcharita was ““leave
off all cleverness and always remember "Sai"
"Sai". "If you did that" He said,
"all your shackles would be removed and you would
be free". Sitting between five fires, sacrifices,
chantings, eight-fold Yoga are possible for the Brahmins
only. They are of no use to the other classes. The function
of the mind is to think; it cannot remain for a minute
without thinking. If you give it a Sense-object, it will
think about it. If you give it to a Guru, it will think
The above statement
is extracted from Chapter 10 of Satcharita. It seems imperative
that one should know why more and more people take to
worshiping of Baba in the modern times. Narrowing of distance
between nations, the distinction between races and castes
has been considerably diminished by inter caste and inter
Further more technological
revolution and increase of man's mental and intellectual
capability did not seem to fill the vacuum in man’s
life. There is a sense of restlessness and chaos looming
over his life. When man is not happy he looks elsewhere
for solace and most of the people seem to find it at the
feet of Shirdi Sai Baba.
What is it about Baba
that seems to be drawing people from all generations,
religious practices and different nations? There has to
be more about this old fakir that is pulling people from
all over the world to His feet. Sai Satcharita seems to
have answers to all these questions.
Reading Sai Satcharita
gives comfort to a disturbed mind and provides guidelines
to questions about how a common man should conduct himself
in the ever-changing society. Sai Satcharita talks about
“free will”, “consideration towards
other humans and animals”, “self reliance”,
“love”, “perseverance”, “faith”
and “patience” all of these are general human
values for healthy co-existence in the present chaotic
Sai Satcharita talks
about finding peace within oneself. Baba has never asked
people to follow hard and fast rules about any religion
customs or practices.
When God heard the cries of devotees He came down on this
earth to help the helpless. Being omnipresent and all
pervasive, Baba was devoid of ego; He identified Himself
with men and animals alike and hence held no views or
expressed no opinions.
Baba merely answered
people's questions and clarified their doubts on subjects
of spirituality, religion, philosophy or yoga. Being is
a manifestation of God on this earth. He was born with
powers due to His perfection. As a result all the powers
came to Him naturally without Him seeking for them. He
was able to demonstrate the skills of yoga such as dhauti,
khanda yoga as mentioned in chapter 7 of Sai Satcharita.
Baba though looked
and carried on His life like an ordinary human; He exhibited
qualities, which are not possible to any human. When Baba
put His hand in the burning dhuni to save the child who
slipped from his mothers lap and fell into the blacksmith's
fire in another village, His hand was scorched, yet when
Baba put His bare hands in the boiling hundi and mixed
rice/pulav/ambil there was no trace of burn at all!
On another occasion
Baba was able to control His breathing and left His body
for three days and returned to His body before the sunset
on the third day. Baba controlled the five elements of
this universe, knew past present and future and also read
the minds of people as clearly as reading a book.
All these signify
His godhood. Yoga, meditation, control of breath, asanas
are to bring discipline to body and to exercise body.
Spiritual progression is possible only through sat-karma
(good actions), repetition of God's name, right conduct
and most importantly complete faith and surrender towards
Guru. Baba clearly emphasized this in Sai Satcharita.
Proficiency in yoga
did not stop Baba from moving and living with people and
embracing them. He took upon Himself their problems and
suffered for people. Baba even served a haughty man (Javahar
Ali) as a disciple, and showed us how to annihilate ego.
In simple words Baba conveyed that happiness lies in living
harmoniously in the world by sharing love, and “killing
The entire struggle
in life is to attain peace and to be happy. The secret
is to be content with what one has and share it with others.
One author says, “The happiest people don't necessarily
have the best of everything. They just make the best of
everything.” This is what Baba advised to people,
to live in contentment with what each one had. Baba's
durbar was huge, in which people from all religions practiced
their rituals, followed their traditions in worshiping
Baba and if they did not do it right Baba corrected them.
Baba encouraged people
to follow and practice what was written in the scriptures,
which they liked to follow. He however emphasized moderation
or balance in life. Over indulgence is dangerous to body
as well as to spiritual health. Baba kept His promise
“As men believe in me, so do I accept them”.
superstition. There is an instance where a practitioner
of yoga who though well versed in yoga sutras could not
yet attain concentration. Mention is made in Sai Satcharita
chapter 23 that he went to the Masjid to get His doubts
clarified, Instead he saw Sai Baba eating bread with onion.
“On seeing this, a thought arose in his mind - `How
can this man, eating stale bread with raw onion, solve
my difficulties and help me?'”
said “Oh Nana, he who has the power to digest onion,
should eat it and none else", after this Baba clarified
the doubts of man and sent Him away. There was another
instance where due to cholera ordinances, a fuel cart
was sent away from Shirdi as a measure to control cholera.
Baba disregarded this rule set by panchas of the village
and asks the cart to be downloaded in the masjid and He
paid for the fuel used for the ever-burning dhuni, the
ash from which held spiritual and medicinal value for
appeals to a commoner in every era and people flock to
His temples to earn His grace. His philosophies are simple
and easy to follow. And those who have followed them find
relief and have progressed spiritually. One only has to
remember that Baba loves those who love Guru and repeat
God’s name. This is simple path towards spiritual
progression. May Baba bless us all to consciously take
to repeating His name and love Him ever.
Anitha Kandukuri, Canberra Australia
your views on Topic of Discussion-
TRUTH ULTIMATELY PREVAILS
believe that there is one supernatural power. He is God.
He comes in different forms to different people. So different
groups of people pray to him in different ways. Lord Krishna
says in the Bhagavad Gita that all prayers of devotees
to God in different forms reach Him. I believe this and
I also believe firmly that Shri Shirdi Sai Baba is Lord
wants us all to live in peace and be compassionate, affectionate
and understanding and helpful to our fellow human beings.
He does not want us to be violent in words or action.
Yet if violence and conflicts exist there must be a reason,
which He only understands.
at the precise moment, like Lord Krishna used his divine
chakra when necessary, His divine incarnation of Kaliyug
will do the needful for humanity. Shirdi Sai Baba is ever
present at our side to help and guide us at every step
we take. Om Sai Ram Kripa
Jai Jai Sai ,It is indeed
pleasure going thru the readers experiences ,my suggestion
would be dedicate your self to Baba and he will 200% take
care of you whatever he does he does for our good which
we don't realize at the spur of moment but if you think
and look back you must have been benefited by baba, You
should have full faith in Baba as child has in his parents.
Baba,s devotees should have no ego, jealousy, and malice.
feelings about Shirdi Sai in Devotees’ Forum
felt a kind of joy that the term Bhakti has been very
clearly explained by Shri Satpathyji, as in fact, these
must be the words spoken by the Almighty Lord, Shri Shirdi
Sai Baba. It is an inspiring Message to one and all Devotees
of Lord Shri Shirdi Sai Baba.
May Shri Shirdi Sai
Baba’s infinite grace and consciousness shine upon
this effort of Shri Satpathyji to pay homage to Baba’s
resplendent life and teachings.
Thank you for forwarding
Heritage of Shirdi Sai newsletter. Satpathyji has aptly
described the Master Sai Baba’s ways and faith with
which we have to follow His teachings. I share the newsletter
with my family members who are staying in USA and find
it very useful.
Madan G Mathur,
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and daily Activities: Abhishek - Akhand Parayan - Bhajan Sandhaya
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Sawmill Road, Dublin, OH-43016
Daily timings and activities:
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8:30 PM: Shej Arathi
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7:30 pm – 8:30 pm: Sai Bhajans followed by Mangal Arati
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The North America Shirdi Sai Temple is located at 700 James
Burgess Road,Suwanee GA 30024.Temple is open all seven days
of the week. Baba's Kakad Aarti, Abhishek Puja, Madhyan Aarti,
Dhoop Aarti and Shej Aarti are performed every day. Bhajans
are sung on all thursday and sunday evenings. For information
regarding the daily schedule, temple activities and events
please visit Mandir's website: www.templeofpeace.org or call 678-455-7200
SHIRDI SAI BABA TEMPLE, MICHIGAN, USA
Sri Shirdi SaiBaba Temple in greater Detroit 28875 W SEVEN
MILE RD, LIVONIA, MI 48125, USA
Daily timings and activities:
Kakad Aarti 09:00 AM; Abhishekam 10:00 AM; Archana 10:30 AM;
Mid-day Aarti 12:00 PM; Temple Closed 12:30 - 5:30 PM; Dhup
Aarti 6:00 PM; Archana & Bhajans 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM; Sai
Chalisa 8:00 PM; Shej Aarti 8:30 PM
Hanuman Chalisa 6:30 PM (Tuesday); Lalitha Sahasranamam 6:30
PM (Friday); Vishnu Sahasranamam 6:30 PM (Saturday);
SHIRDI SAI SAMAJ MALAYSIA
Tingkat 1, Jln. Sentul Selatan, Sentul, 51000 Kuala Lumpur,
This is a new Shirdi Baba center in malaysia. We conduct weekly
prayers/arathi at the following times:
Friday - 7pm - 10.30pm
Sunday - Noon - 2.30pm
official centre website is http://saisamaj.blogspot.com/
For more information, please email mailto:email@example.com
SHIRDI SAI BABA SELANGOR, MALAYSIA
is to inform all of you that we have a Shirdi Sai Baba Temple
in Malaysia. Here we have daily prayers and special prayers
on thursday mornings 9.00am and bhajans and satsang from 8
pm onwards. Also breakfast, lunch and dinner, cooked by our
seva-group is provided to all devotees. other than that first
thursday of the month we have talk on spirituality, second
thursday on health, third thursday satsang on Sai Satcharitra,
fourth thursday talk on general topics, by experts in the
respective fields. Lot of charitable activities are conducted
by our Centre,like sponsoring immediate services to childrens\'
homes, old-folks homes, sick and needy, etc. etc.
any devotee, from Malaysia or Singapore likes to join our
Centre, please contact Mr.SP Kannan at Mobile -012-2739486;
usha - 006122392911; Res: 03-33717540. Our Centre address
is : Persatuan Shirdi Sai Baba Selangor, No.2574, Jalan Seruling
59, Taman Klang Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia.Thank you and Sai
SAI TEMPLE SINGAPORE
dream of having a full fledged exclusive Shirdi Sai Temple
in Singapore, will soon come true. Thanks to the efforts of
a Sai devotee in making this happen. The Shirdi Sai Baba Centre
in Singapore is now live with the 3rd floor function hall,
Sri Vadapathira Kaliamman temple, being secured and converted
to a full fledged exclusive Shirdi Sai worship centre. The
Centre will be devoted to celebrating the life & teachings
of Shirdi Sai Baba only. For more information visit our website http://www.saisansthan.com/
SAI BABA SANSTHAN, AUCKLAND NEW ZEALAND
Venue Mt Roskill War Memorial Hall, 13 May Road, Mt Roskill,
pm - 7.50 pm Sai Bhajans,
7.50 pm - 8.10 pm Pravachan and Sai Ashtotharam
8.10 pm - 8.30 pm Shej Aarthi
8.30 pm - 9.00 pm Prasad distribution.
For more details contact us Hari Gangisetty (President)
Mobile: (+64) 21 629 993 Email: President@shirdisaibaba.org.nz
or Bhaskar Reddy Duvvuru (Secretary) Mobile: (+64) 21
292 3807 Email: Secretary@shirdisaibaba.org.nz
Address: Shri Shirdi Sai Baba Sansthan of NZ, P.O. Box:
Sandringham, Auckland, New Zealand. Visit our website
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