Going to Pandharpur – Blessed Gyan 47

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

Going to Pandharpur and Staying There

“Sai Baba loved His devotees and anticipated their wishes and movements. Mr. Nanasaheb Chandorkar, who was a great devotee of Baba, was Mamlatdar at Nandurbar in Khandesh. He got an order of transfer to Pandharpur. His devotion to Sai Baba bore fruit, as he got an order to go and stay at Pandharpur which is regarded as the ‘Bhuvaikuntha’ – Heaven on earth. Nanasaheb had to take immediate charge, so he left for the place without even writing or informing anybody at Shirdi. He wanted to give a surprise visit to Shirdi – his Pandharpur, see and salute his Vithoba (Baba), and then proceed. Nobody knew of Nanasaheb’s departure for Shirdi, but Sai Baba knew all about this, as His eyes were everywhere (omniscient).

As soon as Nanasaheb approached Nimgaon, a few miles from Shirdi, there was a stir in the masjid at Shirdi. Baba was sitting and talking with Mhalsapati, Appa Shinde and Kashiram, when He at once said, “Let us all four do some Bhajan, the doors of Pandhari are open, let us sing merrily!” Then they began to sing in chorus, the bhava of the song being “I have to go to Pandharpur and I have to stay on there, for it is the house of my Lord.

Baba sang and the devotees followed Him. After a shortwhile Nanasaheb came there with his family, prostrated himself before Baba and requested Him to accompany them to Pandharpur and stay with them there. This solicitation was not necessary, as the devotees told Nanasaheb that Baba was already in the mood of going to Pandharpur and staying there. Hearing this Nanasaheb was moved and fell at Baba’s Feet. Then getting Baba’s permission, Udi (sacred ash) and blessings, Nanasaheb left for Pandharpur.”

– SHRI SAI SATCHARITRA (Chapter VII)

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

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