Bhagavan Sri Sathya Sai Baba: He Man and

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Abhinav Publications, Jun 1, 2003 - 314 pages
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Bhagavan Sathya Sai Baba has been a name to conjure with in different parts of the world. An enchanting bhajan composer and singer, a world teacher, and unexcelled educator of the vital, a Yogishwara pressing an amazing variety of talent and capacity into service for the fulfillment of his mission, a kalpataru or a wish-fulfilling tree for his devotees, the very avatar of Love, the voice of one’s own innermost heart speaking to each individual externally, a universal presence to be felt and known, a promoter of the unity of world religions and of a philosophy that embraces Matter and Spirit and the inaugurator of a new social order, he is easily the most colourful and many faceted prophet that modern India has produced. Several antinomies meet and mingle and are reconciled in his personality - the most significant pair being one of Solitude and Multitude.

Thousands of Sathya Sai Baba Samitis function in all parts of India and there are hundreds of them in the U.S.A., U.K., and several other parts of the world. Crowds collect in their lakhs to hear him in India. What is the secret of this charismatic power that Bhagavan Baba wields wherever he goes?

Baba declared in the Sri Sathya Sai World Conference held in Bombay in 1968 that the mission for which he has come is the spiritual regeneration of India and of the mankind through her. And he has said that he will not cease from his labours till his mission is fulfilled.
 

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Contents

II Philosophy
93
III Work
147
IV Sayings and Writings
209
V Impact
253
APPENDIX
301
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