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Baba’s Rinanubandh - Leelas during His Sojourn in Shirdi
Baba’s Rinanubandh - Leelas during His Sojourn in Shirdi

Baba’s Rinanubandh - Leelas during His Sojourn in Shirdi

by Vinny Chitluri

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Language

English

Publisher

Sterling

ISBN

9788120734036 - Year: 2010 - Pages: 183

Binding

Paperback

Vinny Chitluri

Author: Vinny Chitluri
Publisher: Sterling
Year: 2010
Language: English
Pages: 183
ISBN/UPC (if available): 9788120734036

Description

The word 'Rinanubandh' literally means 'Karmic debt’. It is an impossible task to write the exact meaning of this word, as a lot of the nuances are lost while doing so. When you read about the lives of Babe’s devotees, you realise that it has a deeper meaning. A bond that has existed for many generations.

His devotees came from varied backgrounds. Some highly educated, others were rustic villagers. Some were young, while others were middle- aged and set in their ways. They went to Shirdi not knowing what to expect. Others went there by chance. But once they met Baba their lives were changed forever. And the 'Karmic bond' started unfolding. Thus, they returned time and again to be with the living God who blessed them and gave them a handful of udi. In the years that followed, no matter what befell them they knew that Baba was always with them.

This book is a kaleidoscope of leelas, photographs and the lives of Babe’s devotees. It will make the reading of Shri Sai Satcharita easier and fruitful.

Contents

Dev Baba Alias Anant Prabhu walavalkar
Anandrao Trimbak Karnik
Amidas Bhavani Mehta
Firozshah Hormazji Pudumjee
Equality of Vision
Munim and 2 ½ Lakhs
Uddhavaesh Alias Shyamadas Baba
Uenching the Thirst
Shyamdsas on Girnar Parvat
Ramachandra Atmaram Tarkhad
Three Annas became One Lakh Rupees
Krishnaji Kashinath Joshi (Kusha Bhau)
Shyamdas and Dwarka
Ramachandra Dada Patil
Hazarat Durvesh Haji Mohamed
Siddique Phalke
Neelkant Ramachandra Sahasrabudhe
Alias Baba sahib
Lakshman Krishnaji Nulkar
Alias Tatya Sahib Nulkar
Viswanath Lakshman Nulkar
Maina Tai Ganesh Kuvelkar
(Chandorkar’s daughter)
Bappaji Lakshman Ratna Parke
Anna Sahib Karindkar
Sakharam Hari Alias Bapu Sahib Jog
Samadhi of Bapu Sahib at Sakori
Pralad Ramachandra Muley Shastri
Adveyndra Saraswati Alias Gholap Swami
Or Baba Swami
Gopal Rao Mukundrao Butti
The Brick
Aare Maja Sava Rupiya!
Ala Krishna Keshev vaidya
Alias Dada Maharaj Patgaonakar
Vishnu Ghati
Pangya and the Coin
Baba Gave His Toth to Kashi Bai
How did Baba’s Tooth Became enshrined
In Shivaji Nagar temple in Pune
Lakshmi Bai Ganesh Khaparde
Damodar Vaman Atwle alias Dammu Anna
Mari Aai and Death
The Leela of evil Spirit
Vinyak Shankar Giridhar
Ananadrao Pakharde
Govind Damodar Pandit
Lakshmi bai Tuse
Shakaram Krishna Pangarkar
Ramachandra Keshev Naik
Nagin Das Motilal
Householder and His Younger Brother
Tumache Me Bhar Vahine Sarvatha
(I will carry your burden)
"What a great Mother You are?
Here Take Your Baby"
Kashinath Shankar Dubey and Raghunath Dubey
Eka Sai Bhakta Kadun (From a Sai Bhakta)
Mrs. Jog and the Buffalo
Jog and ganga Snaan
Vitthal Darshan
Shankar Rao Gavankar and Lala
Lakhmichand
Yoga and Siddhis
Goddess Annapurna in Shirdi
Baba goes Three Times a Day to Tarkhad’s Home
Babacha Hemard offers Paan Vida to Baba
Ram Krishna Nana vagal and Harish
Chandra Pithale
Harish Chandra and His epileptic Son
Purushotham R. Avasthi and
Radha Krishna Mayi’s Leelas
Avasthi’s Prasad
Madhav Rao Deshpande (Shama)
Shama’s Quest to Know the Ramayana
Shama Had an Eye Infection
Baba Shows Shama the Trilok
(Three Worlds)
Shama and the Vishnu Shashranaam
Shama and Money
Shama Visits Nagpur
Shama and Ekadashi Fast
Ramachandra M Adkar
Gopal Rao Somnath Nimonkar
Sarojini Muley (Kaka Sahib Mahajini’s Daughter)
Baba’s Pocket
Savitri Bai Raghunath Tendulkar
Mahadev N. chandorkar alias Bapu
Babu Chandorkar alias Vaudev Narayan
Chandorkar
Raghuvir B. Puandhare
Samadhi of K. J. Bhishma
Lakshmi Bai Chinchnikar
Abdul Jan Pathan
Ram Baba
Bala Sahib Rudra


CONCLUSION

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