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Shirdi Sai Baba

Ashish Mohan Khokar (Author)
Synopsis After Tirumala-Tirupati Shirdi is the most visited pilgrim place in India today. From a small hamlet, just a little over a hundred years ago, it has grown to a huge centre of pilgrimage. The saint who put Shirdi on the World Map is Sai Baba. Sai Baba had no formal name, no family to which his origins could be traced and no lineage to which he can be ascribed. He left no order, no direct disciples or dogma and has no incarnation. Most importantly, he also did not limit himself to either of the two predominant religions of the times, Hinduism and Islam. Baba never made any claims to teaching or preaching anything in particular. This is why there is no structured Siddhant, or course, on Baba's teachings and faith. More and more people are attracted to him because of the very simplicity of his faith. His philosophy is above Mantras, Vratas, Poojas and rituals. All he desires is that we offer our hearts, mind and ego to him. Then the five senses will lose their power over us and we will be able to progress spiritually and away from the world's miseries. Shirdi is a pure Bhoomi where God, in the form of Sai Baba, manifested himself, stayed and showed his Leelas. Sai Baba is thus, unique.
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About the author

Ashish Mohan Khokar

Ashish Mohan Khokar's voice carries a stamp of authority, as aseasoned ommentator on Indian dance. He hails from the first family of dance in India. His fathr, the late Mohan Khokar, is universally accepted as a pioneering scholar of Indian dance and created India's largest archive on dance. His mother, M.K. Saroja, is a veteran Bharatanatyam dancer and guru. Ashich himself learnt three classical ance forms and has worked as an arts administrator internationally co-ordinating the Festivals of India in France, Sweden, Germany and China. He was Director of INTACH and Martand Singh Consultants. He has authored several books on Indian arts and culture and is a dance critic and columnist of the world's largest circulated daily The Times of India. He publishes and edits India's first and only year-book on dance, Attendance. He is married to Elisabeth and they live in Chennai and Banglore.

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Title Shirdi Sai Baba
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2004
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Rupa & Co.
Language: English
isbn 8129105896
length 108p., Photographs.