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Sai Ideal and The Sai World

 
S.P. Ruhela (Compiler)
Synopsis Sri Shirdi Sai Baba (1838-1818), the greatest of all the mystics and Godmen of the modern age, taught the basics of morality and spirituality in the most simple and unconventional manner. The mission of His Incarnation was to make the misguided humanity God-minded and united in the real sense. Within the last 100 years. His following has grown tremendously. There are now millions of Sai devotees belonging to all religions and nations who worship Him as the God almighty. While the unique SAI IDEAL as laid down by Sri Shirdi Sai Baba still controls and inspires the fast growing numbers of His devotees to a very great degree, certain trends of change, illogically and unhealthy problems are also now seen in the Sai Sansar – The World of the Sai devotees. This highly informative and interesting book is virtually a ‘Shirdi Sai Baba Miscellany’ in which Sai ideals, traditions, old memories, recapitulation of Sai Baba’s teachings of Spiritual Humanism, current practices and emerging trends, developments and happenings and unique experiences of some Sai devotees in the Sai world have been presented.
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About the author

S.P. Ruhela

S.P. Ruhela is an eminent Sai devotee who has contributed over a dozen of books on the Sai Baba phenomena based on his extensive research during the last 25 years. He is Professor of Education (Sociology) at the Jamia Millia Islamia (Central University), New Delhi. He is the Founder and Secretary of Sai Divine Research Centre, Faridabad (India).

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Bibliographic information

Title Sai Ideal and The Sai World
Author S.P. Ruhela
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.1999
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8176461016
length 344p., Figures; Plates; Bibliography; 23cm.