It has long been recognised in the spiritual milieu that a God-realised saint has great powers. Sai Baba of Shirdi was such a Master, who as a miracle-worker and healer, exercising his power in strange an unique ways. Interest in this mystic saint has grown in recent years, an this translation of Swami Sai Sharan Anand´s classic work is timely. A young aspiring lawyer called Waman Patel, who would later be known as Swami Sai Sharan Anand, stayed for nearly a year in Shirdi in 1911, in close proximity to Sai Baba. Here he has written his own reminiscence of the wonder of Sai Baba and collected, collated an commented on the extraordinary experiences of other devotees.
Originally written in Gujarati, this book has been masterfully translated by V.B. Kher.
|Author||Swami Sai Sharan Anand|
|Length in mm||217|
|Width in mm||140|
|Weight in gram||440|
|Country of Manufacture||India|