Category Translated Articles from Sai Sarovar

The Spiritual Significance Of Sai Baba’s Appearance As Lord Rama

This article discusses the importance of balancing material needs with spiritual growth and evolution. It highlights the significance of devotion and spirituality, and how they are interconnected on the path to higher consciousness. The story of Murugan and Laxmibai illustrates the contrast between prioritizing survival and spiritual evolution. Additionally, the article delves into the concept of Sai Baba and how He represents Parabrahm, reflecting the chosen Aradhya of each devotee.
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Holi Celebrations In Shirdi

The post highlights Sai Baba's beliefs regarding nourishment and moderation in diet for overall physical and mental health. It narrates the story of Mrs. Gokhale, who visited Baba with the intention of fasting but was instructed to prepare a meal for Dadabhat's family and herself instead. The story emphasizes the importance of nourishing the body to be able to pursue spiritual practices and the value of generosity and selflessness. It also describes the vibrant and joyous celebration of Holi and Rangpanchami in Shirdi in 1911, where Sai Baba participated with great enthusiasm, donning colorful attire. The celebration left a lasting impression on all those who were fortunate enough to be a part of it. Additionally, the article tells the story of Tarabai Takhand, whose tender heart couldn't bear to see a young goat suffering in the intense heat of the day, emphasizing the importance of compassion and responsibility towards all living creatures.
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The Spiritual Significance Of Saibaba’s Parables: The Tale Of The Lucky Sparrows

This article tells a story translated from the Sai Sarovar book about an encounter between Sai Baba and a fakir named Matababa. The story highlights the significance of faith, patience, and virtuous living. It also emphasizes the importance of using one's life wisely to achieve spiritual goals, as exemplified by a parable about sparrows shared by Sai Baba at the end of the story.
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A Lawyer’s Encounter With Lord Shiva At Shirdi

Daji Awasthi was a skeptic until he met a rare saint in Pune in 1897. The saint proved to Daji that God existed and there were many divine entities in the world. After that, Daji started chanting the mantra “Namah Shivaya” continuously, regardless of what he was doing, with unwavering devotion. He continued his devoted chanting even though he had yet to experience divine intervention. It wasn't until 1913 when Daji reached Shirdi and felt blessed to be in the presence of Lord Saibaba that he knew he would leave Shirdi a transformed person.
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Dasganu Maharaj’s Kirtan Brings Laxmichand To Shirdi

Dasganu quit his job as a police officer and became a messenger of Sai Baba. Wherever he went he will talk and sing about Him. He traveled to many places to spread Baba's name and fame. Dasganu Maharaj's kirtan gave birth to curiosity about Baba and Shirdi in the minds and hearts of the audience. One of such devotee was Lala Laxmichand, let us see how he reached Shirdi.
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