Global MahaParayan Miracles – Post 1763

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Sai Baba’s Unexpected Visit

Sai Baba’s Unexpected Visit

Anonymous Sai Global Mahaparayan Devotee From India Says:

Om Sai Ram.

I would like to remain anonymous!

I am from the temple city, of Bhubaneswar, the capital of Odisha, and also a member of one of Sai Baba’s Global Mahaparayan groups.

My mom has been a part of the Global Mahaparayan since October 2020 and she insisted that I join too! I have been on the receiving end of Baba’s blessings since 2012. I used to read Baba’s Sai Satcharitra on a daily basis, one page a day, as guided by my mom and now I have become a part of the Global Mahaparayan. My whole family is devoted to Baba. Ever Since I joined the Mahaparayan, this has been my biggest blessing and I pray to Baba to keep blessing me and my family. 

It was a Thursday, 7th January 2021 and I had started Baba’s 9 Thursdays puja that day. With Baba’s blessings, the morning puja was completed successfully. Although I’m 20 still I don’t know how to cook very well! So my mom prepared the food for the afternoon prasad. After the afternoon prasad, I along with my mom and brother, went to a nearby Shirdi Sai Baba’s temple. It’s a very beautiful temple – “The Swosti Premium Sai Mandir .”

Every Thursday my whole family visits the temple. Dad goes in the evening to the temple after returning from his office. That day in particular it was so late already. The Madhyan aarti begins around 1 pm in that temple and it was already 1.15 pm when we left home! My mom hurriedly packed the puri and halwa for Baba and also served all the puris, halwa, curry, and sweets on big plates and bowls that I and my brother were packing as fast as we could, separately in 13 packets for each of the 13 people who sit outside Baba’s temple.

When we reached the temple, luckily enough that day the aarti had not started. My mom went to buy diyas while my brother and I headed toward Baba’s temple. While entering, we saw a nice black street dog. Usually, there were four street dogs, one black and the rest yellow, in Baba’s temple. They were Baba’s friends (since Baba always had dogs, cows, birds around Him while He was in His physical form in Shirdi.) and I, and my brother loved feeding them with laddoos every Thursday when we visited. But today there was an extra dog! It had a very smooth black coat/fur and a clean red collar around its neck and its tail was cut short. It was laying there with a scared and sad look on its face. It was the Indian street dog breed but he looked nothing like a street dog. It rather seemed like it was someone’s pet dog and had maybe lost his way and reached Baba’s temple. Or maybe Baba brought him here since he was lost and scared! 

Suddenly a story came to mind. It was as if Baba reminded me of that story from His biography…the one in which during Baba’s time, one of His devotees was ill with malaria fever and Baba advised him to feed a black dog outside Maa Laxmi temple! I couldn’t help but think if this black dog was anything like that! Nevertheless, I went ahead and gave the puri and halwa (which was for Baba) to one of the priests and waited in the temple with my brother for mom to come. I asked one priest about the new dog and he said, “This dog arrived just this morning around 7 am and has been here since then. Maybe he lost his way back home and is missing its owners. He has not even eaten anything since morning although we tried to feed it as lovingly as we could!” I felt really sorry for that black dog. It looked well kept and properly taken care of as it was so clean and healthy. When mom brought the diyas and the customary “ladoos” and “pedaas” from the nearby shop, I tried giving one laddoo to that new dog but he didn’t eat…. he just sniffed it, stepped back and lay down like before. Someone came up with a packet of biscuits and patted him softly but still, he didn’t eat. Then I tried giving him a “peda” and the same thing happened. 

Then the Madhyayan aarti began. Amidst all the chiming bells and chanting of aarti by the devotees, the dog suddenly looked excited! He seemed to like the sound of the priest’s bell or the “ghanti”. But after a while, he again sat down at a distance. The dog was hungry for sure since he had not eaten anything since morning and was missing his owner. Seeing the dog so sad and lost, my little brother started crying, thinking he must be missing his family and also not eating anything! Everyone consoled him saying that the black dog has been brought here by Baba so Baba will take care of him! In Baba’s place, no one can ever be in pain for long. One of the priests said that after the aarti, he would try feeding the dog with the afternoon prasad.

After the aarti, the priest brought the puri and halwa which my mom had prepared for Baba’s prasad, and tried feeding the dog. Surprisingly enough, the black dog ate it! Everyone was so happy! My mom asked me to feed some more puris which were kept in the car in a separate packet for any cows we find. I ran to the car and brought those puris and gave them to the black dog in small pieces…the dog happily ate them all. Out of all that was being offered/given to that black dog since the moment he arrived that very morning, he only ate my mom’s made puris and halwa to its heart’s content! Anyway, we were all finally relieved and happy that it at least ate something happily. After some time, my mom and I distributed the food packets we had prepared for the 13 people who sat outside Baba’s temple, and then we came back home but I and my mom kept wondering how strange everything was! 

Back at home, after lunch, my mom said to me, “What if that was Baba in the guise of a black dog? Don’t you think it’s not just a mere coincidence? That the dog ate only the puri-halwa made at home and offered by us and not anything else that it was given? And why a black dog? Just like it’s mentioned in Baba’s book!”

I too was wondering the same that it all couldn’t have been a mere coincidence when my mom again said, “If the dog goes away today itself, without anyone’s notice, then we consider that it was Baba in the form of a black dog, who had come to visit us, bless us and accept our offering!” 

I totally agreed with this. 

In the evening when my dad returned from his office, my mom told him all about the new black dog and then asked him to see if it was still there in the temple. My dad went to the temple but since it was a Thursday and Baba’s Chavadi yatra was going on, there was a huge crowd of people and so none of the dogs were there at the temple. 

The next Thursday, when my mom, me, and my brother went to the temple, as usual, I asked the priest about the black dog, and what he said was “That black dog was last seen in the temple premises around 3 pm in the afternoon. After that none of us know where it is! Maybe someone took him or he found his way back home but he just vanished. We haven’t seen him since then and it’s been a week since then. Although there were no devotees in the temple during that time still, somehow none of us could notice where that new black dog went!” 

Hearing this, our joy knew no bounds! It was actually Baba Himself Who had come in the form of that beautiful black dog to visit us and accept the prasad we had offered that day and that too only the puris and halwa that my mom had made at home! For the whole of 2020, we couldn’t get a chance to visit Shirdi because of the pandemic and the lockdown which made us question Baba every single day, “Baba, why don’t You call us to Shirdi to visit You? Why Don’t You arrange some way for us to meet You?” Because with Baba’s grace, we had been visiting Shirdi every year since 2012 but just last year, 2020, we couldn’t and that made us all feel slightly sad somewhere deep inside our hearts. 

Although we knew this that day it got proved that Baba is with us every single moment and in every single breath of us! Baba is there in every action we do and every place we go! Baba is omnipresent! Baba paid us a visit and blessed us! I have no words to explain our delight. Just that Baba knows everything and is there with us. Even Though we couldn’t go to Shirdi to visit Him, He came to visit us!

Baba, keep showering Your blessings on all of us, and may this year be a happy and prosperous one for all of us!

||Om Sai Ram||

Anonymous Sai Devotee

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Coconut Broken Evenly   

Coconut Broken Evenly

Anonymous Shirdi Sai Global Mahaparayan Devotee From India Says:

Hi Sairam,

I am one of the devotees of Baba. Please keep me anonymous. Yesterday was Thursday and as usual, I woke up in the morning and had a head bath and cooked payasam for Baba, and was about to break the coconut. I just want to break the coconut into two equal halves. I thought if it happens like that I would share my experience here. 

To my surprise, it broke equally. It never happened to me like this before. But this is a surprise from Baba for me. Thank You Baba for Your blessings. Just like this, show me a job, Baba.


Anonymous Sai Devotee 

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When we learn to see the Divine in all the beings or can feel or atleast understand the pain of any being then God too would be very pleased with us and be proud of His creation. He understands and knows everything. He will do the needful when the time is best for you which is nothing but Sai timing. Even today He keeps assuring that anything whether its small or big offered to HIm with love and gratitude is accepted by Him. He is hungry for His devotees’ love and devotion. He always takes our karma and gives blessings in return. Keep chanting Sai...Sai... with love and life would be a bliss. Jai Sairam!
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