The Sacred Gurusthan – Blessed Gyan 18

|| Aum Sai Ram || Aum Sai Para Brahmanaa Namah ||

“One day, it so happened, that God Khandoba possessed the body of some devotee and people began to ask Him, “Deva (God), You please enquire what blessed father’s son is this lad and whence did He come.” God Khandoba asked them to bring a pick-axe and dig in a particular place. When it was dug, bricks were found underneath a flat stone. When the stone was removed, a corridor was seen, in which four Samayis (lights) were burning. The corridor led to a cellar, where cow-mouth-shaped structures, wooden boards, rosaries were seen. Khandoba said, “This lad practiced penance here for 12 years.

Then, the people began to question the lad about this. He put them off by telling them that, this was His Guru’s place, His holy Watan and requested them to guard it well. The people then closed the corridor as before. As Ashwattha and Audumbar trees are held sacred, Baba regarded this Neem tree equally sacred and loved it most. Mhalasapati and other Shirdi devotees regard this site as the resting place (Samadhi-Sthan) of Baba’s Guru and prostrate before it.”


|| Aum Sai Sharnam || May Peace Be To All ||




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