Baba as a Hakim – Blessed Gyan 42

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

Baba as a Hakim

People benefitted immensely by having Baba’s darshan. Some became hale and hearty; wicked people were turned into good ones. Leprosy was cured in some cases, many got their desires fulfilled, without any medicine being put in the eyes, some blind men got back their sight and some lame ones got their limbs. Nobody could see the end of His extraordinary greatness. His fame spread far and wide, and pilgrims from all sides flocked to Shirdi. Baba had His ‘Asan’ near the Dhuni and always rested there. He sat there in meditation, sometimes without a bath. He used to tie a white turban on His head and wear a clean Dhotar round His waist, and a shirt on His body. This was His attire in the beginning. He first practised medicine in the village, He examined patients and gave medicines. He was always successful, and He became famous as a Hakim (doctor).

A curious case may be narrated here. One devotee had his eye quite red and swollen. No doctor was available in Shirdi. The other devotees took him to Baba. In such cases other doctors would use ointments, Anjans, cow’s milk and camphorated drugs etc. Baba’s remedy was quite unique. He pounded some ‘Beeba’ (some Carpus Ana Cardium i.e. marking nuts) and made two balls of them, thrust them on in each eye of the patient and wrapped a cloth-bandage round them. Next day the bandage was removed and water was poured over them. The inflammation subsided and the pupils became white and clear. Though, the eyes are very delicate, the Beeba caused no hurt but removed the disease of the eyes. Many such cases were cured and this is only an instance in point.


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

|| Happy and Blessed Baba’s Day To All 🙂 _/\_ ||




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