I am an anonymous devotee of sai from Mumbai, India. First of all, I thank this blog for giving a platform to all sai bhakts to share their experiences with others. I have been a Sai devotee since a very young age as both my parents were sai devotees and made it a point to visit Shirdi at least once a year. We formed groups within our relatives, friends, and neighbours to visit Shirdi, and every time the experience was amazing.
Our whole family had many sai experiences. To name a few, My mother was diagnosed with 7 mm kidney stone. She did not have any pain but acidity prevailed many times so she underwent ultrasound which detected a stone in her right kidney. My mother was now tensed of how this 7 mm stone would show its impact. When we went to the doctor he said,” Lets first start with medicines or else surgery has to be done.” We all were worried to go for surgery but my mother had a strong belief in Shri Sai Baba. She drank Udi with water and to our surprise, her next ultrasound reported no stone at all. She did not even realize if the stone has passed out of her body. This is our sai mahima which always thinks about we bhakta’s wellbeing.
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My mother also read Sai Satcharita and done Udyapans. Every time she did udyapan we had uninvited guests like fakirs, sadhus, or pandits who had come to our house all of sudden. Four years back we shifted to new apartment where entry of such people was prohibited. Last year my mother did Sai Parayan and on the day of Udyapan we were quite sure that no sadhu, fakirs, or pandits will visit. But suddenly the bell rang and we were surprised to see a pandit. My mother wholeheartedly invited him considering him as sai and gave him Shidha. He said that he came to our house by mistake and he was called in one of the house’s top floors for pooja. Sai always fulfills his devotee’s desire and reach out to them in any form.
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