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Om Budhdhi Siddhi daaya namaha
I get angry with none. Will a mother get angry with her children? Will the ocean send back the waters to the several rivers? ---SAIBABA

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Anthar Jyothi Namo Paramaatma Jyothi Namo 
Akhanda Jyothi Namo Mama Jeevana Jyothi Namo 
Antharyami Namo Shree Sadguru Sai Namo 

(To the inner, supreme light of God, I bow; To the eternal light 
  which is the essence of my life, I bow; To the indwelling Lord, to the true 
  guru Sathya Sai, I bow.)

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"Sada Nimbarvrikshasya mooladhiwasat, Sudhasravinam tiktamapi-apriyam tam, Tarum Kalpavrikshadhikam sadhayantam Namameeshwaram Sadgurum Sai Natham"


Chapter IX


European Gentleman

One European gentleman of Bombay once came to Shirdi, with an introductory note from Nanasaheb Chandorkar, and with some object in view. He was comfortably accommodated in a tent. He wanted to kneel before Baba and kiss His hand. Therefore, he tried thrice to step into the Masjid, but Baba prevented him from doing so. He was asked to sit in the open court-yard below and take Baba's darshan from there. Not pleased with this reception he got, he wanted to leave Shirdi at once and came to bid good-bye. Baba asked him to go the next day and not to hurry. People also requested him to abide by Baba's direction. Not listening to all this, he left Shirdi in a tanga. The horses ran at first all right, but when Sawul well was passed, a bicycle came in front, seeing which the horses were frightened and ran fast. The tanga was turned topsy-turvy and the gentleman fell down and was dragged some distance. He was immediately released; but had to go and lie in Kopargaon hospital for the treatment of the injuries. Because of such experiences all people learnt the lesson, that those who disobeyed Baba's instruction met with accidents in one way or the other, and those who obeyed them were safe and happy

Bow to Shri Sai -- Peace be to all

Devotees Experiences

Mr. Chitnis was at first fascinated by a beautiful picture of Baba and read several books on him. He visited Shirdi in 1952 and felt that he had returned to his own place. The very first sight of Baba's samadhi had impressed him for good.

In 1957, his sister at Bombay was seriously ill and the family wished to start by plane. His parents could secure a seat by the next plane but his name was kept in the waiting list. Mr.Chitinis sat there silently praying to Baba that by the time they reach Bombay his sister should recover her health. He suddenly found an old fakir standing by. The latter looked sad and gestured accordingly. The next moment, the fakir was not to be seen! It suddenly occurred to him that the fakir was Sai Baba himself. He was surprised to learn that none else saw the fakir. At last when Mr. Chitnis reached Bombay his sister was no more.

In 1965 Mr.Chitnis suffered from a severe pain in the stomach and could not take even a spoonful of water. The doctor decided to try surgery on the next Thursday. Chitnis prayed that he should be spared the ordeal. That night in his dream four terrible persons were pulling him out of the bed. Sai Baba felled some of them and saved Chitinis. By morning Sri Chitnis was alright to the surprise of the doctor.

On a certain Thursday in 1966 he completed a reading of the life of Baba. Mr.Chitnis was to go to Agra by car. He prayed to Baba for his darshan. Next morning, after covering about sixty miles the car stopped at a place for no apparent reason. A fakir who resembled Sai Baba was found standing by. The fakir blessed them and received dakshina and disappeared .Mr.Chitnis was surprised to know later that only his youngest son, he and the driver saw the fakir and others didn't see anyone.
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