Author: Sonavi DesaiPublisher: Smriti BooksYear: 2003Language: EnglishPages: 158ISBN/UPC (if available): 8187967641
This series traces the lives of some of the great Masters and presents their teachings for a contemporary reader. This book is a collection of stories, portrayed through the eyes of Laxmi, one of his closet devotees.India is blessed with a rich spiritual legacy. Many great Masters have arisen here, pursuing different Paths in their quest for the Ultimate Truth. Yet their message has always been one of immense tolerance and compassion.Sai Baba of Shirdi is one of the most well known spiritual Masters of India. He belongs to that brotherhood of saints who crossed the barriers of caste, and creed and spoke the universal language of love. He taught the most profound philosophy and the greatest truths in a simple and forthright way.This book is a collection of stories, portrayed through the eyes of Laxmi, one of his closet devotees. While material facts have been kept intact, an element of fiction has been introduced to weave events from his life into a narrative. This book hopes to encourage the reader to reflect on Baba’s teachings and inspire a desire to understand the timeless wisdom passed on through our yesterdays.
ForewordIntroductionDassera, 1918The DiscoveryOne of UsConstruction of Buti’s WadaLights Burned without OilAnd the Well OverflowedWho was Baba’s GuruThe Vanishing TongawallaBaba’s Invisible HandI am the River GangaThe Magic DishesBaba Proves the Astrologer WrongSaved from the FlamesBack from the DeadDistance is No BarrierI have Many FormsSister ActThe Frog and the SerpentSanyasi or Sai?Chor-PoliceGod is OneTelepathyPlagued by CholeraThe Tale of Two PilgrimsWisdom from a ChildThe VisionEpilogueGlossary