|| Aum Sai Ram || Aum Sai Para Brahmanaa Namah ||
In this chapter, Hemadpant relates the stories of Vinayak Harishchandra Thakur, B.A., Anantrao Patankar of Poona, and a pleader from Pandharpur. All these stories are very interesting, which, if very carefully read and grasped, will lead the readers on to the spiritual path.
“It is a general rule that, it is our good luck in the form of accumulation of merits of past births, that enables us to seek the company of Saints and benefit thereby. As an illustration of this rule, Hemadpant gives his own instance.
He was a resident magistrate of Bandra, a suburb of Mumbai, for many years. A famous Mohammeden Saint, named Pir Moulana, was living there and many Hindus, Parsis and many others, who followed different religions used to go to him and take his darshan. His Mujavar (priest), by name Yunus, pressed Hemadpant many a time, for going to see him; but for some reason or other, he was not able to see him. After many years, his turn came and he was called to Shirdi, where he was permanently enrolled in Sai Baba’s Darbar. Unfortunate fellows do not get this contact of the Saints. It is only the fortunate ones that get it.”
– SHRI SAI SATCHARITRA (Chapter XXI)
|| Aum Sai Sharnam || May Peace Be To All ||
|| Happy and Blessed Baba’s Day To You All 🙂 _/\_ ||