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These lines bring tears to my eye as I sing aarti and are very close to my heart.अनंतकोटी ब्रम्हांडनायक राजाधिराज योगिराज परब्रह्म श्री सच्चिदानंद सदगुरु साईनाथ महाराज की जय ।।साईनाथ गुरु माझे आई । मजला ठाव घावा पायीं ।। दत्तराज गुरु माझे आई । मजला ठाव घावा पायीं ।। श्री सच्चिदानंद सदगुरु साईनाथ महाराज की जय ।।O Guru Lord Sainath, You are my Mother, please give ME refuge at YOUR Holy Feet.O Guru Lord Datta, You are my Mother, please give me refuge at YOUR Holy feet.Victory be unto our dear Sathguru Lord Sainath, the King of Kings, WHO is full in Glory and Prosperity and Pure Conciousness. शिरडी माझें पंढरपुर । साईबाबा रमावर। शुद्घ भक्ती चंद्रभागा । भाव पुंडलीक जागा । या हो या हो अवघे जन । करा बाबांसी वंदन ।।गणू म्हणे बाबा साई । धांव पाव माझे आई ।। Shirdi is my Pandharpur and Saibaba is my Vitthal Our pure devotion for Saibaba is the river Chandra-Bhaga (flowing at Shirdi) and our earnest feeling for Saibaba resembles the devotee Pundalik (devotee of Vithal)who is wide awake (at Shirdi). Come Come o all people, do offer worship unto baba ,DasGanu says o Baba Sai, please run and manifest yourself (for my sake), o my mother

Friday, November 6, 2009

Telugu Sai Satcharitra:Audio-Chapter 14.

Posted by Manisha.Rautela.Bisht on 5:00 AM
Chapter 14

Ratanji Wadia of Nanded - Saint Moulisaheb - Dakshina mimansa

If you daily hear the Leelas (stories) of Sai, you will always see Him. Day and night you will remember Him in your mind, When you assimilate Sai in this way, your mind will lose its fickleness and if you go on in this manner, it will finally be merged in pure Consciousness.

Ratanji Wadia of Nanded:

Ratanji Shapurji Wadia was from Nanded, in the Nizam state, he was Parsi mill-contractor and trader. He had acquired fields and lands, cattle, horses and conveyances and was very prosperous.
To all outward appearances he looked very happy and contented, but inwardly, and really he was not so.
He was liberal and charitable, gave food and clothing to the poor and helped all in various ways. The people took him to be a good and happy man, but Ratanji thought himself miserable as he had no issue, male or female, for a long time.
He had a great regard for Dasganu Maharaj. He saw him and opened his heart before him. Dasganu advised him to go to Shirdi, take Baba's darshan, fall at His Feet and seek His blessing and pray for issue.
prayed to Him saying- "Many persons who find themselves in difficult situations come to You, and You relieve them immediately. Hearting this, I have sought anxiously Your Feet; please, therefore, do not disappoint me.
Baba then asked him for Daksbina of Rs. five which Ratanji intended to give, but added, that He has already received Rs. 3-14-0 from him, and that he should pay the balance only. Hearing this, Ratanji was rather puzzled. he could not make out what Baba meant.
When Ratanji returned to Nanded and told Dasganu everything that took place at Shirdi, He said that everything went on well there, that he got Baba's darshan and blessing with Prasad, but there was one thing which he could not understand. Baba said to him that he had got Rs.3-14-0 before. Please explain as to what Baba meant by this remark.
Some time afterwards it struck him that Ratanji had received some days ago a Mahomedan Saint, by name Moulisaheb, in his house and had spent some money for his reception. This Moulisaheb was coolie-saint wellknown to the people of Nanded. When Ratanji decided to go the Shirdi, this Molisaheb accidentally came to Ratanji's house. Ratanji knew him and loved him. So he gave a small party in his honour. Dasganu got from Rantanji the yadi or memo of expenses of this reception, and everybody was wonderstruck to see, that the expenses amounted to exactly Rs.3-14-0, nothing more, nothing less. They all came to know, that Baba was omniscient, that thought He lived in Shirdi, He knew what happened outside far away from Shirdi. In fact He knew the past, present and future, and could identify Himself heart and soul with anybody.
Ratanji was blessed with a son and his joy knew no bounds. It is said that he had in all a dozen (12) issues out of which only four survived.
Dakshina Mimansa:
It is a well-known fact that Baba always asked for Dakshina from people who went to see Him. Somebody may ask a question, "If Baba was a Fakir and perfectly non-attached, why should he ask for Dakshina and care for money?" We shall consider thisquestion broadly now.
First for a long time, Baba did not accept anything. He stored burnt matches and filled His pocket with them. He never asked anything from anybody--whether he be a devotee or otherwise. If anybody placed before Him a pice or two, He purchased oil or tobacco. He was fond of tobacco, for He always smoked a bidi or Chillim (an earthen pipe).

Then some persons thought that they could not see the Saints empty-handed, and they, therefore, placed some copper coins before Baba. If a pice was placed before Him(Baba). He used to pocket it; if it was a two pice coin, it was returned immediately.
It is said in the Shruti (veda) that Puja of the Gods is not complete, unless a golden coin was offered. If a coin was necessary in the Puja of the Gods, why should it be not so in the Puja of the Saints also? Ultimately, the Shastras laid it down that, when one goes to see God, King, Saint or Guru, he should not go empty-handed. He should offer something, preferably coin or money.
The Brihadaranyak Upanishad says that the Lord Prajapati advised the Gods, men and demons by one letter "Da". The Gods understood by this letter that they should practice
(1) "Dama" i.e. self-control; the men thought or understood that they should practice
(2) "Dana" i.e. charity; the demons understood that they should practice
(3) "Daya" i.e. compassion. To men Charity or giving was recommended.
The teacher in the Taittiriya Upanishad exhorts his pupils to practise charity and other virtues. Regarding charity he says, "Give with faith, give with magnanimity, i.e. liberally, give with modesty, with awe and with sympathy.

IN ORDER TO TEACH DEVOTEES THE LESSON OF CHARITY & TO REMOVE THEIR ATTACHMENT TO MONEY & THUS TO PURIFY THEIR MINDS, BABA EXTRACTED DAKSHINA FROM THEM; BUT THERE WAS THIS PECULIARITY,
AS BABA SAID "HE(BABA) HAD TO GIVE BACK HUNDRED TIMES MORE OF WHAT HE RECEIVED".

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Handy Tricks on April 10, 2014 at 10:47 AM said...

Baba is always great.

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