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Sai Baba Of Shirdi: A Unique Saint

 
V.B. Kher (Author) M.V. Kamath (Author)
Synopsis

Sai Baba of Shirdi is a phenomenon. In all of India's history, there has never been another like him. He is not a conventional saint. He wrote no critique of Bhagvad Gita or the Upanishads or any other holy work. He made no pretensions to scholarship yet he had a profound insight into both Hindu and Islamic scriptures. He founded no ashram or peetham, wrote no tome, initiated no disciple to take over from him. He performed 'miracles' but in no manner of means to impress anyone, devotee or otherwise. Sai Baba in every way remains unique.

Born about twenty years before the 'Sepoys' mutiny in the last century in Marathwada, the home of medieval saints of Maharashtra, he came in his late twenties to Shirdi, an insignificant hamlet in Ahmednagar District and spent fifty years of his remaining life there until his mahasamadhi. Shirdi is no longer an obscure village. To-day it is a center of pilgrimage for lakhs of Sai Baba's devotees.

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About the author

M.V. Kamath

M.V. Kamath, also a verteran journalist and Khushwant Singh's successor as the editor of the erstwhile Ilustrated Weekly of India, is one of the few writers who has been able to take an objective stand on the army action in Punjab during Operation Bluestar.

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Title Sai Baba Of Shirdi: A Unique Saint
Format Softcover
Date published: 31.12.2013
Edition 1st. ed.
Language: English
isbn 8172240309
length 372p., Colour Illustrations 11; B/W Illustrations 11; 8.5" X 5.5"