This is written by Sri Saraswati Gangadhar. It has arisen from the conversation between Guru Siddha and disciple Namadharak. In the late nineteenth century, Paramhans Parivrajakacharya Shreemad Vasudevanand Saraswati Swami Maharaj, a famous saint of the Dattatreya tradition, translated the work in Sanskrit verses of equal number. Several miraculous deeds are associated with these two Gurus — 5 such deeds are relating to Shripad Shri Vallabh chapters 5 to 10 and 26 are relating to Shri Narasinha Saraswati, chapters 11 to 51 besides many mythological pouranik tales have also been narrated in this volume by way of illustration. Many Gurudev Datta devotees perform parayana read it in seven days many times during the year. Concentration, devotion and faith on this Grantham results in removing all difficulties, sorrow, poverty and bless devotees with peace, happiness and all sorts of wealth after performing the parayana.
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My Shirdi trip and experiences Along with most attractive images Guru of Saibaba In Sai Satcharitra, we come across an account of babas words, which testify that our baba had a Guru too. I will help you with all the mandatory information in this context. Our baba is really great. I would like to request all the readers to kindly close your eyes and remember shri Sainath maharaja before reading this story from Satcharitra. She loved Baba intimately and resolved in her mind, that She should accept Baba as her Guru, and take some Upadesh from Him.
She knew nothing else. She determined to fast herself unto death, so long as Baba did not accept her, and give her any Upadesh or Mantra. She stayed in her lodging and left off taking any food or water for three days. I was frightened by this ordeal of the old woman, and interceded with Baba on her behalf.
I said, "Deva, what is this You have started? You drag so many persons here. You know that old lady. If any thing worse happens, people will blame You, and say that Baba did not instruct her, and consequently she met her death.
So take some mercy on her, bless her and instruct her. You are really My Mother and I am your child. Take pity on Me and hear Me through. I tell you My own story, which if you listen carefully, will do you good. I had a Guru. He was a great Saint and most merciful. I served him long, very long; still he would not blow any Mantra into My ears.
I had a keen desire, never to leave him but to stay with and serve him; and at all costs receive some instructions from him. But he had his own way. He first got my head shaved and asked Me two pice as Dakshina. I gave the same at once. If you say that as My Guru was perfect, why should he ask for money and how should he be called desireless? I replied plainly that he never cared for coins. What had he to do with them? His two pice were 1 Firm Faith and 2 Patience or perseverance.
I gave these two pice or things to him, and he was pleased. He brought Me up. There was no dearth of food and clothing. He was full of love nay, he was love incarnate.
How can I describe it? He loved Me most. Rare is a Guru like him. When I looked at him, he seemed as if he was in deep meditation, and then we both were filled with Bliss.
Night and day, I gazed at him with no thought of hunger and thirst. Without him, I felt restless. I had no other object to meditate, nor any other thing than My Guru to attend. He was My sole refuge. My mind was always fixed on him. This is one pice Dakshina. Saburi Patience or perseverance is the other pice. I waited patiently and very long on My Guru and served him.
This Saburi will ferry you across the sea of this mundane existence. Saburi is manliness in man, it removes all sins and afflictions, gets rid of calamities in various ways, and casts aside all fear, and ultimately gives you success. Saburi is the mine of virtues, consort of good thought. Nishtha Faith and Saburi Patience are like twin sisters, loving each other very intimately.
He never neglected Me, but protected Me at all times. I lived with him, and was sometimes away from him; still I never felt the want or absence of his love. He always protected Me by his glance, just as the tortoise feeds her young ones, whether they are near her or away from her on the other side of the river bank, by her loving looks.
Do not try to get Mantra or Upadesh from anybody. Make Me the sole object of your thoughts and actions; and you will, no doubt, attain Paramartha the spiritual goal of life. Look at Me whole-heartedly, and I in turn look at you similarly. Sitting in this Masjid, I speak the truth, nothing but the truth. No Sadhanas, nor proficiency in the six Shastras, are necessary. Have faith and confidence in your Guru. Believe fully, that Guru is the sole Actor or Doer.
Many would then ask, baba being the supreme needed no Guru. Why he had a Guru? The answer of this query is given in the Satcharitra itself. Once Saibaba told that irrespective of any status, each one needs a Guru. Every one wants someone to show them the righteousness. No matter how spiritually advanced a seeker is.
On the path of Spirituality, "Guru Sisya" tradition is must. One may then impose a query, "What about Brahma, Vishnu and Maheshwar then? As we all need a Guru, the three supreme deities are Guru to each other.
As a matter of fact, they are interdependent and worship each other. And thus, even our baba being the supreme was generous enough to follow the pure tradition mentioned in the holy Scriptures.
And he descended on this planet in the form of a human for the sake of his bhaktas Devotees. And to comply with the laws of this Universe, our baba too had a guru. Reverting to our topic, the biggest query that might be coming in head of our readers might be, "Who was then, the guru of our Sadhguru Saibaba?
I read a lot of stuff on the very same thread, and found these two names, associated with the Guru of our Sadhguru maharaj Sainath. According to Sai Gurucharitra, Saibaba was handed over to Venkusha while he was 4. Venkusha Also named Venkudas was a devotee of Lord venkateshwar. Baba was considered to be an incarnate of Kabir. Venkusha had close relations with Saibaba. Other students of venkusha were jealous of it. Saibaba used to do all that venkusha asked for.
Venkusa protected the boy by staying with him every moment. Since the village people found that it was very difficult to kidnap the boy, they decided to kill him. That night was Chaturdasi, a day prior to full moon. The conspirators Jealous students and villagers were discussing the methods of killing the boy.
They had not brought knives or sticks with them. There were no big stones nearby. While this was the situation, Venkusa and the boy prepared to go to sleep. Dasganu maharaj : Author of Guru charitra The boy had peaceful sleep, whereas Venkusa could not sleep as he was preoccupied with thoughts of the boy. One of the conspirators, with a view not to delay their plan further, took a brick which was lying nearby and wanting to kill the boy at one stroke, proceeded towards him.
He at once put his own head in the path of the brick which hit his forehead and caused bleeding. With blazing eyes, Venkusa cursed him, who fell dead the next moment. Hearing the commotion the boy woke up from his sleep and observed everything.
The other two conspirators who were at a distance ran away, lest they would have also died by the curse of Venkusa. The boy tore off a piece of cloth from his dress and cleaned the injury suffered by Venkusa. They were staring at each other with different thoughts in their minds. While Venkusa was thinking that even at the risk of losing his life, he would hand over the boy as Guru to posterity, the boy was thinking how to repay the debt to his Guru for having protected him.
Thus the hearts of Guru and disciple became one, ideas became one, with love and affection in harmony. Such should be the binding force between Guru and disciple. The sun began to rise in the east with the red rays spreading over the sky. Venkusa and the boy both took their bath in the river.
Holy book Guru Charitra for Sai devotees
Background[ edit ] Das Ganu was a havildar policeman by profession, but was eventually persuaded by Shirdi Sai Baba to give up his job, after which he became a much sought-after kirtankar: someone who sings kirtans or religious songs. He also talked of saints that he had met or that inspired him. Later in life, Das Ganu wrote three books on different saints, in which he devoted four chapters to Sai Baba. The four chapters have been combined into one book, under the title of "Shri Sai Gurucharitra", and were translated into English in , from a Telugu version by "Sri SVL" with an introductory preface by Sri Sainathuni Sarathbabuji. Contents[ edit ] The Shri Sai Gurucharitra is divided into seven chapters.
Love all by keeping mind pure. All things will happen automatically......Sai Baba
Preliminary Really this Jiva human soul transcends the three qualities, viz. We regard Sai Baba as an incarnation of God for reasons already stated, but He always said that He was an obedient servant of God. Though an incarnation He showed the people the way, how to behave satisfactorily and carry out the duties of their respective stations Varnas in this life. He never emulated others in any way, nor asked others to have something done for Him. For Him, Who saw the Lord in all movable and immovable things of this world, humility was the most proper thing. We do not know the various kinds of Saints, how they behave, what they do and eat etc. If there be any store of merits on our account, we get a desire in listening to the stories and Leelas of the Saints, otherwise not.
Sri Sai Gurucharitra
Parbati had Bumper Crops even in Scarcity. There lived a pious farmer, named Parbati, in Ganagapur. He used to bow to Shri Guru when he went to Sangam in the morning an again at midday when Shri Guru returned. His field was on the way to the Sangam.
My Shirdi trip and experiences Along with most attractive images Guru of Saibaba In Sai Satcharitra, we come across an account of babas words, which testify that our baba had a Guru too. I will help you with all the mandatory information in this context. Our baba is really great. I would like to request all the readers to kindly close your eyes and remember shri Sainath maharaja before reading this story from Satcharitra. She loved Baba intimately and resolved in her mind, that She should accept Baba as her Guru, and take some Upadesh from Him. She knew nothing else.
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