Sai Baba: A Ray from the Supreme

By: K.N. Sinha

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Kali Yuga commenced at the time of Krishna's death, February 20, 3102 B. C. and the world had to wait for nearly thousand years for the emergence of Sathya Sai Baba as a major and full Avatar. Sathya Sai Baba was born on November 23, 1926, and Sri Aurovindo, who was working for years to bring Krishna consciousness on earth, the advent of Sathya Sai Baba. Like Krishna, Sai Baba announced his Divinity on May 17, 1968 at the first World Conference of Sri Sathya Sai Organization: This is a human form ascribed by man to God is manifest. He also described on the Gurupoornima day of 1963 a promise and a pledge given by Lord Shiva to sage Bhardwaja that Shiva and Shakthi would incarnate in the lineage of sage Bhardwaja thrice in the Kali Yuga: as Shiva alone at Shirde; Shiva and Shakthi together as Sathya Sai Baba at Puttaparthi; and as Shakthi alone as Prema Sai at Gunaparthi. And finally, on the Christmas day of 1972 Baba made a starling disclosure. He said that Christ's statement about the second coming was simple. He who has sent me will come again. He will be short with a crown of hair. His name will be truth. He will wear a red robe, a blood-red robe. The lamb is a symbol of love, of the voice Ba Ba. That Ba Ba is this Baba, the short, curly hair crowned, red-robed Baba comes again. Sathya Sai Baba is a Ray direct from the supreme. He is Power, will, Thought and Feeling combined in a solar flash. This book is an intimate, authentic, truthful and moving account of the power, glory, splendour and magnificence of God who walks the earth today. Printed Pages: 188.

Title: Sai Baba: A Ray from the Supreme

Author Name: K.N. Sinha

Categories: India, Religion,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: New Delhi, India, Abhinav Publications/Kaveri Books:

ISBN: 8170173493

ISBN 13: 9788170173496

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: New

Jacket Condition: New

Seller ID: 107933

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