Sai Baba

Shirdi Sai Baba is an Indian spiritual God who lived between 1838 and 1918. He was considered as a Guru and saint to both Hindus and Muslims. Sai Baba was a born to a Brahmin couple of Patri which was in the Nizam state of British India. Where his parents handed him to the fakir. Sai Baba was sixteen years old he first arrived in the village of Shirdi in Ahmednagar region of Maharashtra. He carried on with an extremely self-denying life, spending many hours in prayer and meditation. Sai Baba stayed in a Khabdoba temple, where a villager Mahalsapathi in the temple addressed him as Sai or Saint. People wondered observing him that a boy at a really tender age doing deep meditation sitting in position underneath a nim tree, while not food and even water for many days. he gave the Hindu name Dwarakamayi to the mosque in which he lived, practiced both Hindu and Muslim ceremonies, showed utilizing words and figures. Shirdi Sai Baba was totally opposed to universality, Hinduism, Christianity, and Muslim. Sai Baba requested that his devotees lead a common life. Sri Sai Baba asked his peoples to chant heavenly words, God's name and requested that devotees read their individual sacred books. He kept away from every Hindu custom and allowed Muslims to take after Namaz, reading of Quran at celebration times.