Shirdi Sai Baba is the first avatar among the Sai Trinity. He is the avatar of the supreme lord Shiva. Sai Baba is also called as Sainath or Shirdi Baba or Shirdi Sai while his devotees call him Baba.
Baba arrived in Shirdi at the age of 16 and was found to be meditating under a neem tree in the village. The supreme lord descended onto the earth as Baba when differences were growing between the Hindus and the Muslims. Baba often said “Sab Ka Malik Ek” meaning the master of everyone is the same. He meant that God is one and we have coined him many names. No matter how we call him the compassionate Lord responds.
Baba wore a torn robe and lived in an old masjid and named it Dwarkamai. There is a fire place called dhuni which he kept running always in the masjid. It is considered sacred and it is still running and always will. Baba’s followers believe in the infinite powers of the sacred Udi. Udi or the sacred ash was produced from the perpetual fire dhuni lit by Sai Baba. Explaining the meaning of life he would refer to Udi and taught that like Udi all the visible phenomena in the world are transient. Through this example Sai Baba wished to make his devotees understand the sense of discrimination between the unreal and the real. Udi taught the devotees discrimination. Baba performed many miracles some of them were lighting lamps with water and driving out the epidemic cholera by sprinkling wheat flour. All he wanted was love and faith for the divine. He emphasised the need of brotherhood between everyone no matter what religion or cast one belonged to. His teaching which are very easy to understand and follow. The principle teachings of Sai Baba include Shradda and Saburi.
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