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With his miraculous power and simple teachings he had a host of ardent devotees who carried forward his teachings and philosophy to a wide gamut of society. Here we will discuss some of the most prominent devotees of Saibaba of Shirdi.
He came here after a fakir who was inspired in his dream by Saibaba to bring Abdul Baba to Shirdi. On his coming to Shirdi, Saibaba greeted him by saying "My crow has come". Baba took care of his welfare, and often had him reading aloud passages from the Koran. In Sufi poetry, birds are used as symbolic imagery, like nightingale, dove, falcon, crow etc. Crow is used for the mundane and materialistic affairs of this world. Baba had called Abdul to Shirdi to take care of His day to day mundane affairs.
Baba ordered him to dedicate himself to His services. Baba had a high regard for Abdul and relied on him. Amir Shakkar was one of the staunch devotees of Sri Sai Baba. He was suffering from Rheumatism. Because of that, he had to endure plenty of pain. When he could not find any treatment from his doctors, he decided that God alone was his doctor.
So, he left his business and went to Shirdi. He saw Sai Baba, fell at His feet and begged Him to relieve him of his disease. He asked Amir Shakkar to stay in Chavadi. Some devilish creature is dashing against My bed. Baba was not satisfied and asked him to examine more carefully. He also started hitting the ground with His satka.
Abdul immediately brought the lantern; found that a snake was coiled near the bed moving its hood up and down ready to strike. It was immediately killed, and once again, Baba had protected His devotee, Amir Shakkar because of His eternal vigil. Dr Pillai was one of the intimate devotees of Baba. Baba loved him very much. Invariably, Pillai used to sit next to Baba in the masjid. Once, Pillai suffered from an attack of guinea worms. One after another, he had seven boils on his body.
The pain had become unbearable, and chanting Sai Nama smarana was almost impossible with that suffering. I prefer death to this pain.
I know that this is because of the misdeeds in the past lives and I cannot escape the effects of those misdeeds. Please go to Baba and request Him to transfer these effects to ten future births. Suffering so much of pain in this birth alone is becoming impossible for me. Why should he suffer for ten births? In ten days, he can complete the sufferings and consequences of his past Karma. When I am here to give him all the help, why should he pray for death? We can finish his sufferings once and for all.
Our Karma is the cause of our happiness and sorrow. Therefore, put up with whatever comes your way. Allah is the only Dispenser and Protector. Think of Him always. He will take care of you. Surrender to Him completely, with body, mind, speech and wealth. Then see what He does.
Even then, he did not find any relief. Take off that bandage or you will die. Now a crow will come and peck you. Then you will recover. That was the time when Abdul came for trimming the lamps and lighting them. Baba had just completed talking to Pillai. Pillai was trying to relax by stretching his leg. The leg was already swollen and when Abdul stepped on it with all his weight and almost crushed the leg, Pillai let go a huge death cry.
For some time to come, he was shouting. Then, he began to sing and shout. He is singing. Abdul was the crow. Now go and take rest in the Wada. You will be all right soon. With the source of the infection gone, it was only a short time before Pillai recovered fully. Other than the fact that his parents placed him under the care of a Sufi master called Amiruddin of Nanded, nothing much is known.
In when Abdul was around 18 years of age, Amiruddin had a dream in which Sai Baba appeared and gave him two ripe mangoes. Baba instructed Amiruddin to give the mangoes to Abdul and send him to Shirdi.
When he woke up, Amiruddin was surprised to find two ripe mangoes materialized near him. Amiruddin gave the mangoes to Abdul and sent him immediately to Sai Baba at Shirdi. Keep the five lamps around Dwarakamai constantly filled with oil 2. Look after a lamp in Lendi Baug protected by pieces of metal sheet and kept permanently lit by Baba 3. Keep Dwarakamai and Chavadi clean by sweeping daily.
For the first few years with Sai Baba, Abdul lived in a stable. Later, he moved into a room opposite Chavadi. Subsequently, he got married and had children, but in the beginning, he did not get any food and had to beg, like Sai Baba, for living. Baba kept him strictly on the path of renunciation.
He was to sleep little, read Quran in the night, and not fall asleep over his reading. He was told to eat very little and not to go for variety of eatables. Baba had kept him and Mhalsapathi strictly on the path of poverty. Many years later, Amiruddin asked Abdul to be sent back, but Baba refused.
Baba occasionally opened the Quran and made him read passages at which He opened the book. Then Abdul would go on writing what all Baba said. That book contained the gracious sayings of Baba. When anyone wished to know about the future or unseen and unknown matter, and came to Abdul, then he reverentially consulted the book. The answer that came out of a randomly opened page was proved correct many times.
The water from the well proved to be salty. Not knowing what to do, one of the Sansthan members consulted Abdul Baba. Abdul Baba opened his book and replied that the digging has to continue for some more depth, after which potable water would spring forth. Abdul Baba opened his book and predicted that the boy would return very soon, which once again, proved correct.
His responsibility was to clean, decorate the shrine with flowers, ritual offerings etc. Persuaded by his well wishers, Abdul challenged the formation of the Trust and claimed that he was the legal heir to Sai Baba. He lost the case and consequently was debarred from having any connection with the maintenance of the shrine. He was refused free food and asked to vacate the room reserved for him in the shrine. Some time later, these severe restrictions were relaxed and Abdul Baba continued to play a role in the maintenance of the shrine till his death in April Abdul Baba lived for 36 years after Mahasamadhi of Baba.
In , he was reciting Quran in the house in which Radhakrishna Mayi lived during her lifetime, when the three mud walls suddenly collapsed, half burying Abdul. He survived unscathed. After his death in , he was buried in the precincts of Samadhi Mandir near Lendi Baug. His original small dwelling house is located opposite Chavadi. The main room of that house is preserved and maintained as a memorial and visitors can go and pay homage to the memory of Abdul Baba. His grandson Rahim Khan is the guardian of this memorial which contains pictures, photos and other memorabilia.
The son was born in and passed away on 14 december Abdul Baba had five grandsons and two grand daughters. Only Rahim and Hamid are alive now. Such was her devotion to Saibaba that she would carry food in a basket and went looking for him to feed him.
The teacher who is possessed to this power of transmission can give his knowledge of Truth or the knowledge of the way of union with the Divine to a deserving disciple in an instant without any effort whatsoever. He who has the good luck of receiving spiritual teaching from a real Guru is at once freed from all dualities and is established in his own real self. The Lord extended His right hand with its dark-blue colour and the radiance of the bracelet round the wrist and embraced His loving devotee, Arjun, to his heart. The Lord intended to give him that transcendent experience of Self where no speech or intelligence can enter and the embrace was a device for the purpose. It is the grace of the Guru that brings it. He enters the supreme abode of eternal Anand. Thus the Vedas, the Puranas, the Tantras and the Saints of all ages have fully testified to the idea of the transmission of spiritual power.
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With his miraculous power and simple teachings he had a host of ardent devotees who carried forward his teachings and philosophy to a wide gamut of society. Here we will discuss some of the most prominent devotees of Saibaba of Shirdi. He came here after a fakir who was inspired in his dream by Saibaba to bring Abdul Baba to Shirdi. On his coming to Shirdi, Saibaba greeted him by saying "My crow has come". Baba took care of his welfare, and often had him reading aloud passages from the Koran. In Sufi poetry, birds are used as symbolic imagery, like nightingale, dove, falcon, crow etc.