A v a t a r s
Shirdi Sai Baba (1835 - 1918):
Do you want to solve a problem facing you? Keep Still and be Calm. Let it find its own way into you. It is the easy and Simple way, mostly with best results. All the good achievements do not need your ceaseless efforts but often the result of Sincere Planning.
1. Whoever puts his feet on Shirdi soil, his sufferings would come to an end.
2. The wretched and miserable would rise into plenty of joy and happiness, as soon as they
climb steps of my Samadhi.
3. I shall be ever active and vigorous even after leaving this earthly body.
4. My tomb shall bless and speak to the needs of my devotees.
5. I shall be active and vigorous even from the tomb.
6. My mortal remains would speak from the tomb.
7. I am ever living to help and guide all who come to me, who surrender to me
and who seek refuge in me.
8. If you look to me, I look to you.
9. If you cast your burden on me, I shall surely bear it.
10. If you seek my advice and help, it shall be given to you at once.
11. There shall be no want in the house of my devotees
Sai Baba van Shirdi (1835 - 1918)
Biography of Sai Baba of Shirdi: saionline.org/shirdi
Sai Baba van Shirdi (1835 - 1918)
The Avatar Bhagavan Sathya Sai Baba from Puttaparthi. The tiger is shot by an ignorant English Hunter. Sai Baba sent the Hunter back to the forest to collect and to take care of two little Tigers, because the Hunter shot the Mother. Here an other Story about a Tiger but now about Shirdi Sai Baba:
Tiger's Passing at Sai Baba's Feet.
Seven days before Sai Baba of Shirdi passed away, a wonderful incident occurred at Shirdi. There came a country-cart and stopped in front of the Masjid. A tiger was on the cart, fastened with iron chains, with its fierce face turned to the rear. It was suffering from some pain or agony. Its keepers - three Derveshis - were taking it from place to place and making money by exhibiting it. It was the means of their subsistence. They tried all sorts of remedies to cure it from the malady it was suffering from, but all was in vain. Then they heard of Baba's fame and came to Him with the animal. They got it down, the chains in their hands, and made it stand at the door. It was naturally fierce, besides, disease-ridden. So it was restless. The people began to look at it with fear and amazement. The Derveshies went in, told Baba everything about the animal and with His consent, brought it before Him. As it approached the steps, it was taken aback on account of the lustre of Baba and hung its head down. When both saw each other, it got on the step and looked at Baba with affection. Immediately it moved the tuft of its tail and dashed it thrice against the ground and then fell down senseless. Seeing it dead the Derveshis were first much dejected and full of sorrow, but on mature thought they came to their senses. They considered that as the animal was diseased and nearing its end, it was very meritorious on its part that it should meet its death at the feet and in the presence of Baba. It was their debtor, and when the debt was paid off it was free and met its end at Sai's Feet. When any creatures bow down their heads at saints' feet and meet death, they are saved; and unless they have got a good store of merit on their account, how could they get such a happy end?
Bhagavan Sathya Sai Baba
Bhagavan Sathya Sai Baba and Shirdi Sai Baba
Ashram: Sai Baba Prashanti Nilayam: http://www.srisathyasai.org.in
Bhagavan Sri Rajneesh (OSHO)
Sri Bhagavan Ramana Maharshi
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