Sunday, October 31, 2010

A homage to His Holiness Sathya Shri Sai Baba as flashed by me on the f.b. on November 01,2010.

 Bishwa Nath Singh :

Let us pay our humble obeisance to the lotus feet of His Holiness Sathya Shri Sai Ram under whose umbrella, Hindus and Muslims use to maintain the most cordial relations amongst them and happily took part in each other’s religious festivals who had introduced the tradition of group worship, group prayer and group for all and would share his 'Chilum' (Tobacco pipe) with all and had distinction for having the highest compassion for animals and birds and encouraged his devotees to feed and take care of them! He recognized no difference in temporal status of human beings and use to refuse and decline food brought in silver and gold utensils from a queen but relished a single” Roti”-handmade bread of a beggar woman and showered all His blessing on that woman. He practiced and preached humanism and universal brotherhood all though out his life as similar to that of the Prophet though, he use to love every one equally irrespective of their caste, religion & sex and always preached them the values of one's life and devotion towards God. It’s high time that we must pay our humbe tribute to that godly saint who always cared for all of us and taught us the message of love, peace & universal Brotherhood.


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Bishwa Nath Singh :

Our humble obeisance's to the lotus feet of Staya Sri Sai Baba whose divine role at Shirdi in the present embodiment covered a period of about sixty four years between 1854, when He made his first appearance in Shirdi, and 1918 when he lef...t His body. However, his sixty years of stay at Shirdi on his second appearance between 1858 and 1918 manifested the depth and expansiveness of his unique role.India was in a cross - road of cultural and religious mix. The Mughal empire was vanishing and the British empire was establishing itself. Western culture and Christianity were slowly entering into the mainstream of Indian life. Religious and cultural intolerance were raising their ugly heads in the Post Sepoy-Mutiny Scenario of India. It could not have been possible for any leader or statesman to bring about harrnony among the divergent religious, cultural groups in such a situation. It was only a God in human form who could dare and accomplish the task of bringing unity between the different religious and social groups.Shri Sai baba had large number of Hindu, Parsee and Muslim devotees. Christians and Sikhs also used to visit Him.


November 01,2010.

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