शिर्डी के साँई बाबा जी की समाधी और बूटी वाड़ा मंदिर में दर्शनों एंव आरतियों का समय....

"ॐ श्री साँई राम जी
समाधी मंदिर के रोज़ाना के कार्यक्रम

मंदिर के कपाट खुलने का समय प्रात: 4:00 बजे

कांकड़ आरती प्रात: 4:30 बजे

मंगल स्नान प्रात: 5:00 बजे
छोटी आरती प्रात: 5:40 बजे

दर्शन प्रारम्भ प्रात: 6:00 बजे
अभिषेक प्रात: 9:00 बजे
मध्यान आरती दोपहर: 12:00 बजे
धूप आरती साँयकाल: 5:45 बजे
शेज आरती रात्री काल: 10:30 बजे


निर्देशित आरतियों के समय से आधा घंटा पह्ले से ले कर आधा घंटा बाद तक दर्शनों की कतारे रोक ली जाती है। यदि आप दर्शनों के लिये जा रहे है तो इन समयों को ध्यान में रखें।


Friday, 13 May 2011

साईं नाथ जी अपने चरणों में आसरा दे दो

ॐ सांई राम

 अंधेरी ज़िन्दगी में एक सवेरा दे दो 
धरती आसमां के बीच बसेरा दे दो
जीवन के तूफान में एक किनारा दे दो
साईं नाथ जी अपने चरणों में आसरा दे दो
अपनी रहमत का नज़ारा दे दो
मुझ पतित को भक्ति का खज़ाना दे दो
अपनी प्यार भरी आंखों में ठिकाना दे दो.......ॐ सांई राम

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Thursday, 12 May 2011

Sai Sacharit-Chapter III--Sai Baba’s Sanction and Promise

ॐ सांई राम

Chapter III

Sai Baba’s Sanction and Promise - Assignment of Work to Devotees - Baba’s Stories as Beacon - Light - His Motherly Love - Rohilla’s Story - His sweet and Nectar - like Words.
Sai Baba’s Sanction and Promise
As described in the previous chapter, Sai Baba gave His complete assent to the writing of the Sat-Charita and said, "I fully agree with you regarding the writing of Sat Charita. You do your duty, don’t be afraid in the least, steady your mind and have faith in My words. If My Leelas are written, the Avidya (nescience) will vanish and if they are attentively, and devoutly listened to, the consciousness of the worldly existence will abate, and strong waves of devotion, and love will rise up and if one dives deep into My Leelas, he would get precious jewels of knowledge."
Hearing this, author was much pleased, and he at once became fearless and confident, and thought that work was bound to be a success. Then turning to Shama (Madhavrao Deshpande) Sai Baba said.
"If a man utters My name with love, I shall fulfill all his wishes, increase his devotion. And if he sings earnestly My life and My deeds, him I shall beset in front and back and on all sides. Those devotees, who are attached to Me, heart and soul, will naturally feel happiness, when they hear these stories. Believe Me that if anybody sings My Leelas, I will give him infinite joy and everlasting contentment. It is My special characteristic to free any person, who surrenders completely to Me, and who does worship Me faithfully, and who remembers Me, and meditates on Me constantly. How can they be conscious of worldly objects and sensations, who utter My name, who worship Me, who think of My stories and My life and who thus always remember Me? I shall draw out My devotees from the jaws of Death. If My stories are listened to, all the diseases will be got rid of. So, hear My stories with respect; and think and meditate on them, assimilate them. This is the way of happiness and contentment. The pride and egoism of My devotees will vanish, the mind of the hearers will be set at rest; and if it has wholehearted and complete faith, it will be one with Supreme Consciousness. The simple remembrance of My name as ‘Sai, Sai’ will do away with sins of speech and hearing".
Different Works Assigned to Devotees
The Lord entrusts different works to different devotees. Some are given the work of building temples and maths, or ghats (flight of steps) on rivers; some are made to sing the glories of God; some are sent on pilgrimages; but to me was allotted the work of writing the Sat Charita. Being a jack-of-all-trades but master of none, I was quite unqualified for this job. Then why should I undertake such a difficult job? Who can describe the true life of Sai Baba? Sai Baba’s grace alone can enable one to accomplish this difficult work. So, when I took up the pen in my hand, Sai Baba took away my egoism and wrote Himself His stories. The credit of relating these stories, therefore, goes to Him and not to me. Though Brahmin by birth, I lacked the two eyes. (i.e. the sight or vision) of Shruti and Smriti and therefore was not at all capable of writing the Sat-Charita, but the grace of the Lord makes a dumb man talk, enables a lame man to cross a mountain. He alone knows the knack of getting things done, as He likes. Neither the flute, nor the harmonium knows how the sounds are produced. This is the concern of the Player. The oozing of Chandrakant jewel and the surging of the sea are not due to the jewel and the sea but to the rise of the moon.
Baba’s Stories as Beacon- Light
Light houses are constructed at various places in the sea, to enable the boatmen to avoid rocks and dangers, and make them sail safely. Sai Baba’s stories serve a similar purpose in the ocean of worldly existence. They surpass nectar in sweetness, and make our worldly path smooth and easy to traverse. Blessed are the stories of the saints. When they enter our hearts through the ears, the body - consciousness or egoism and the sense of duality vanish; and when they are stored in the heart, doubts fly out to all sides, pride of the body will fall, and wisdom will be stored in abundance. The description of Baba’s pure fame, and the hearing of the same, with love, will destroy the sins of the devotee and, therefore, this is the simple Sadhana for attaining salvation. The Sadhana for Krita Age was Shamadama (tranquillity of mind and body), for Treta Age, sacrifice, for Dwapara, worship, and for Kali (present) Age, it is singing of the name and glory of the Lord. This last Sadhana is open to all the people of the four varnas (Brahmins, etc.). The other Sadhanas, viz. Yoga, Yagya (sacrifice), Dhyana (meditation) and Dharana (concentration) are very difficult to practice, but singing and hearing the stories and the glory of the Lord (Sai Baba) is very easy. We have only to turn our attention towards them. The listening and singing of the stories will remove the attachment to the senses and their objects, and will make the devotees dispassionate, and will ultimately lead them to self-realization. With this end in view, Sai Baba made me or helped me to write His stories, Sat-Charitamrita. The devotees may now easily read and hear these stories of Sai Baba and while doing so, meditate on Him, His form and thus attain devotion to Guru and God (Sai Baba), get detachment and self-realization. In the preparation and writing of this work, Sat-Charitamrita, it is Sai Baba’s grace which has accomplished everything, making use of Me as a mere instrument.
Motherly Love of Sai Baba
Everybody knows how a cow loves her infant calf. Her udder is always full and when the calf wants milk and dashes at the udder, out comes the milk in an unceasing flow. Similarly a human mother knows the wants of her child and feeds it, at her breast in time. In case of dressing and adorning the child, the mother takes particular care to see that this is well done. The child knows or cares nothing about this, but the mother’s joy knows no bounds, when she sees her child beautifully dressed and adorned. The love of mother is peculiar, extraordinary and disinterested, and has no parallel. Sadgurus feel this motherly love towards their disciples. Sai Baba had this same love towards me, and I give an instance of it below: -
In 1916 A.D. I retired from Government Service. The pension that was settled in my case was not sufficient to maintain my family decently. On Guru-Pournima (15th of Ashadha) day of that year, I went to Shirdi with other devotees. There, Mr. Anna Chinchanikar, of his own accord, prayed to Baba for me as follows: - "Please look kindly on him, the pension he gets is quite insufficient, his family is growing. Give him some other appointment, remove his anxiety and make him happy." Baba replied - " He will get some other job, but now he should serve Me and be happy. His dishes will be ever full and never empty. He should turn all his attention towards Me and avoid the company of atheists, irreligious and wicked people. He should be meek and humble towards all and worship Me heart and soul. If he does this, he will get eternal happiness".
The question Who is this HE, Whose worship is advocated, is already answered in a note on "Who is Sai Baba" in the prologue, at the beginning of this work.
Rohilla’s Story
The story of the Rohilla illustrates Sai Baba’s all embracing love. One Rohilla, tall and well built, strong as a bull, came to Shirdi, wearing a long Kafni (robe) and was enamoured of Sai who stayed there. Day and night he used to recite in a loud and harsh tone Kalma (verses from Holy Koran) and shout "ALLAH HO AKBAR" (God is Great). Most people of Shirdi were working in their fields by day and when they returned to their homes at night, they were welcomed with the Rohilla’s harsh cries and shouts. They could get no sleep and felt much trouble and inconvenience. They suffered in silence this nuisance for some days, and when they could stand it no longer, they approached Baba, and requested Him to check the Rohilla and stop the nuisance. Baba did not attend to their complaint. On the contrary, Baba took the villagers to task, and asked them to mind their own business, and not the Rohilla. He said to them that the Rohilla had got a very bad wife, a Zantippi, who tried to come in and trouble the Rohilla and Himself; but hearing the Rohilla’s prayers, she dare not enter and they were at peace and happy. In fact, the Rohilla had no wife and by his wife Baba meant DURBUDDHI, i.e. bad thoughts. As Baba liked prayers and cries to God better than anything else, He took the side of the Rohilla, and asked the villagers to wait and suffer the nuisance, which would abate in due course.
Baba’s Sweet and Nectar-like Words
One day at after the Arti, devotees were returning to their lodgings, when Baba gave the following beautiful advice:-
"Be wherever you like, do whatever you choose, remember this well that all what you do is known to Me. I am the Inner Ruler of all and seated in their hearts. I envelope all the creatures, the movable and immovable world. I am the Controller - the wirepuller of the show of this Universe. I am the mother - origin of all beings - the Harmony of three Gunas, the propeller of all senses, the Creator, Preserver and Destroyer. Nothing will harm him, who turns his attention towards Me, but Maya will lash or whip him who forgets Me. All the insects, ants, the visible, movable and immovable world, is My Body or Form".
Hearing these beautiful and precious words, I at once decided in my mind to serve no man henceforward, but my Guru only; but the reply of Baba to Anna Chinchanikar’s query (which was really mine) that I would get some job began to revolve in my mind, and I began to think whether it would come to happen. As future events showed, Baba’s words came true and I got a Government job, but that was of short duration. Then I became free and solely devoted my self to the service of my Guru-Sai Baba.
Before concluding this Chapter, I request the readers to leave out the various hindrances viz. indolence, sleep, wandering of mind, attachments to senses, etc. and turn their whole and undivided attention to these stories of Sai Baba. Let their love be natural, let them know the secret of devotion; let them not exhaust themselves by other Sadhanas, let them stick to this one simple remedy, i.e. listening to Sai Baba’s stories. This will destroy their ignorance and will secure for them salvation. A miser may stay at various places; but he always thinks of his buried treasure. So let Sai Baba be enthroned in the hearts of all.
In the next chapter, I shall speak of Sai Baba’s advent in Shirdi.
Bow to Shri Sai - Peace be to all

श्री साई सच्चरित्र - अध्याय 3

ॐ सांई राम

आप सभी को शिर्डी के साईं बाबा ग्रुप की और से साईं-वार की हार्दिक शुभ  कामनाएं |

हम प्रत्येक साईं-वार के दिन आप के समक्ष बाबा जी की जीवनी पर आधारित श्री साईं सच्चित्र का एक अध्याय प्रस्तुत करने के लिए श्री साईं जी से अनुमति चाहते है |

हमें आशा है की हमारा यह कदम घर घर तक श्री साईं सच्चित्र का सन्देश पंहुचा कर हमें सुख और शान्ति का अनुभव करवाएगा| किसी भी प्रकार की त्रुटी के लिए हम सर्वप्रथम श्री साईं चरणों में क्षमा याचना करते है|  

श्री साई सच्चरित्र - अध्याय 3
श्री साईंबाबा की स्वीकृति, आज्ञा और प्रतीज्ञा, भक्तों को कार्य समर्पण, बाबा की लीलाएँ ज्योतिस्तंभ स्वरुप, मातृप्रेम–रोहिला की कथा, उनके मधुर अमृतोपदेश ।

श्री साईंबाबा की स्वीकृति और वचन देना
जैसा कि गत अध्याय में वर्णन किया जा चुका है, बाबा ने सच्चरित्र लिखने की अनुमति देते हुए कहा कि सच्चरित्र लेखन के लिये मेरी पूर्ण अनुमति है । तुम अपना मन स्थिर कर, मेरे वचनों में श्रदृा रखो और निर्भय होकर कर्त्तव्य पालन करते रहो । यदि मेरी लीलाएँ लिखी गई तो अविघा का नाश होगा तथा ध्यान व भक्तिपूर्वक श्रवण करने से, दैहिक बुदि नष्ट होकर भक्ति और प्रेम की तीव्र लहर प्रवाहित होगी और जो इन लीलाओं की अधिक गहराई तक खोज करेगा, उसे ज्ञानरुपी अमूल्य रत्न की प्राप्ति हो जायेगी । इन वचनों को सुनकर हेमाडपंत को अति हर्ष हुआ और वे निर्भय हो गये । उन्हें दृढ़ विश्वास हो गया कि अब कार्य अवश्य ही सफल होगा । बाबा ने शामा की ओर दृष्टिपात कर कहा – जो, प्रेमपूर्वक मेरा नामस्मरण करेगा, मैं उसकी समस्त इच्छायें पूर्ण कर दूँगा । उसकी भक्ति में उत्तरोत्तर वृदिृ होगी । जो मेरे चरित्र और कृत्यों का श्रदृापूर्वक गायन करेगा, उसकी मैं हर प्रकार से सदैव सहायता करुँगा । जो भक्तगण हृदय और प्राणों से मुझे चाहते है, उन्हें मेरी कथाऐं श्रवण कर स्वभावतः प्रसन्नता होगी । विश्वास रखो कि जो कोई मेरी लीलाओं का कीर्तन करेगा, उसे परमानन्द और चिरसन्तोष की उपलबि्ध हो जायेगी । यह मेरा वैशिष्टय है कि जो कोई अनन्य भाव से मेरी शरण आता है, जो श्रदृापूर्वक मेरा पूजन, निरन्तर स्मरण और मेरा ही ध्यान किया करता है, उसको मैं मुक्ति प्रदान कर देता हूँ ।

जो नित्यप्रति मेरा नामस्मरण और पूजन कर मेरी कथाओं और लीलाओं का प्रेमपूर्वक मनन करते है, ऐसे भक्तों में सांसारिक वासनाएँ और अज्ञानरुपी प्रवृत्तियाँ कैसे ठहर सकती है । मैं उन्हें मृत्यु के मुख से बचा लेता हूँ । मेरी कथाऐं श्रवण करने से मूक्ति हो जायेगी । अतः मेरी कथाओं श्रदृापूर्वक सुनो, मनन करो । सुख और सन्तोष-प्राप्ति का सरल मार्ग ही यही है । इससे श्रोताओं के चित्त को शांति प्राप्त होगी और जब ध्यान प्रगाढ़ और विश्वास दृढ़ हो जायगा, तब अखोड चैतन्यघन से अभिन्नता प्राप्त हो जाएगी । केवल साई साई के उच्चारणमात्र से ही उनके समस्त पाप नष्ट हो जाएगें ।

भिन्न भिन्न कार्यों की भक्तों को प्रेरणा
भगवान अपने किसी भक्त को मन्दिर, मठ, किसी को नदी के तीर पर घाट बनवाने, किसी को तीर्थपर्यटन करने और किसी को भगवत् कीर्तन करने एवं भिन्न भिन्न कार्य करने की प्रेरणा देते है । परंतु उन्होंने मुझे साई सच्चरित्र-लेखन की प्रेरणा की । किसी भी विघा का पूर्ण ज्ञान न होने के कारण मैं इस कार्य के लिये सर्वथा अयोग्य था । गतः मुझे इस दुष्कर कार्य का दुस्साहस क्यों करना चाहिये । श्री साई महाराज की यथार्थ जीवनी का वर्णन करने की सामर्थय किसे है । उनकी कृपा मात्र से ही कार्य सम्पूर्ण होना सम्भव है । इसीलिये जब मैंने लेखन प्रारम्भ किया तो बाबा ने मेरा अहं नष्ट कर दिया और उन्हेंने स्वयं अपना चरित्र रचा । अतः इस चरित्र का श्रेय उन्हीं को है, मुझे नही ।
जन्मतः ब्राहमण होते हुए भी मैं दिव्य चक्षु-विहीन था, अतः साई सच्चरित्र लिखने में सर्वथा अयोग्य था । परन्तु श्री हरिकृपा से क्या सम्भव वहीं है । मूक भी वाचाल हो जाता है और पंगु भी गिरिवर चढ़ जाता है । अपनी इच्छानुसार कार्य पूर्ण करने की युक्ति वे ही जानें । हारमोनियम और बंसी को यह आभास कहाँ कि ध्वनि कैसे प्रसारित हो रही है । इसका ज्ञान तो वादक को ही है । चन्द्रकांतमणि की उत्पत्ति और ज्वार भाटे का रहम्य मणि अथवा उदधि नहीं, वरन् शशिकलाओं के घटने-बढने में ही निहित है ।

बाबा का चरित्रः - ज्योतिस्तंभ स्वरुप
समुद्र में अनेक स्थानों पर ज्योतिस्तंभ इसलिये बनाये जाते है, जिससे नाविक चटटानों और दुर्घटनाओं से बच जायें और जहाज का कोई हानि न पहुँचे । इस भवसागर में श्री साई बाबा का चरित्र ठीक उपयुक्त भाँति ही उपयोगी है । वह अमृत से भी अति मधुर और सांसारिक पथ को सुगम बनाने वाला है । जब वह कानों के दृारा हृदय में प्रवेश करता है, तब दैहिक बुदि नष्ट हो जाती है और हृदय में एकत्रित करने से, समस्त कुशंकाएँ अदृश्य हो जाती है । अहंकार का विनाश हो जाता है तथा बौदिृक आवरण लुप्त होकर ज्ञान प्रगट हो जाता है । बाब की विशुदृ कीर्ति का वर्णन निष्ठापूर्वक श्रवण करने से भक्तों के पाप नष्ट होंगे । अतः यह मोक्ष प्राप्ति का भी सरल साधन है । सत्यतुग में शम तथा दम, त्रेता में त्याग, दृापर में पूजन और कलियुग में भगवत्कीर्तन ही मोक्ष का साधन है । यह अन्तिम साधन, चारों वर्णों के लोगों को साध्य भी है । अन्य साधन, योग, त्याग, ध्यान-धारणा आदि आचरण करने में कठिन है, परंतु चरित्र तथा हरिकीर्तन का श्रवण और कीर्तन से इन्द्रियों की स्वाभाविक विषयासक्ति नष्ट हो जाती है और भक्त वासना-रहित होकर आत्म साक्षात्कार की ओर अग्रसर हो जाता है । इसी फल को प्रदान करने के हेतु उन्होंने सच्चरित्र का निर्माण कराया । भक्तगण अब सरलतापूर्वक चरित्र का अवलोकन करें और साथ ही उनके मनोहर स्वरुप का ध्यान कर, गुरु और भगवत्-भक्ति के अधिकारी बनें तथा निष्काम होकर आत्मसाक्षात्कार को प्राप्त हों । साईं सच्चरित्र का सफलतापूर्वक सम्पूर्ण होना, यह साई-महिमा ही समझें, हमें तो केवल एक निमित्त मात्र ही बनाया गया है ।

गाय का अपने बछडे़ पर प्रेम सर्वविदित ही है । उसके स्तन सदैव दुग्ध से पूर्म रहते हैं और जब भुखा बछड़ा स्तन की ओर दौड़कर आता है तो दुग्ध की धारा स्वतः प्रवाहित होने लगती है । उसी प्रकार माता भी अपने बच्चे की आवश्यकता का पहले से ही ध्यान रखती है और ठीक समय पर स्तनपान कराती है । वह बालक का श्रृंगार उत्तम ढ़ंग से करती है, परंतु बालक को इसका कोई भान ही नहीं होता । बालक के सुन्दर श्रृंगाराररि को देखकर माता के हर्ष का पारावार नहीं रहता । माता का प्रेम विचित्र, असाधारण और निःस्वार्थ है, जिसकी कोई उपमा नही है । ठीक इसी प्रकार सद्गगुरु का प्रेम अपने शिष्य पर होता है । ऐसा ही प्रेम बाबा का मुझ पर था और उदाहरणार्थ वह निम्न प्रकार था :-
सन् 1916 में मैने नौकरी से अवकाश ग्रहण कीया । जो पेन्शन मुझे मिलती थी, वह मेरे कुटुम्ब के निर्वाह के लिये अपर्याप्त थी । उसी वर्ष ती गुरुपूर्णिमा के विवस मैं अनाय भक्तों के साथ शिरडी गया । वहाँ अण्णा चिंचणीकर ने स्वतः ही मेरे लिये बाबा से इस प्रकार प्रार्थना की, इनके ऊपर कृपा करो । जो पेन्शन इन्हें मिलती है, वह निर्वाह-योग्य नही हैं । कुटुम्ब में वृदि हो रही है । कृपया और कोई नौकरी दिला दीजिये, ताकि इनकी चिन्ता दूर हो और ये सुखपूर्वक रहें । बाबा ने उत्तर दिया कि इन्हें नौकरी मिल जायेगी, परंतु अब इन्हें मेरी सेवा में ही आनन्द लेना चाहिए । इनकी इच्छाएँ सदैव पूर्ण होंगी, इन्हें अपना ध्यान मेरी ओर आकर्षित कर, अधार्मिक तथा दुष्ट जनों की संगति से दूर रहना चाहिये । इन्हें सबसे दया और नम्रता का बर्ताव और अंतःकरण से मेरी उपासना करनी चाहिये । यदि ये इस प्रकार आचरण कर सके तो नित्यान्नद के अधिकारी हो जायेंगे ।

रोहिला की कथा
यह कथा श्री साई बाबा के समस्त प्राणियों पर समान प्रेम की सूचक है । एक समय रोहिला जाति का एक मनुष्य शिरडी आया । वह ऊँचा-पूरा, सुदृढ़ एवं सुगठित शरीर का था । बाबा के प्रेम से मुग्ध होकर वह शिरडी में ही रहने लगा । वह आठों प्रहर अपनी उच्च और कर्कश ध्वनि में कुरान शरीफ के कलमे पढ़ता और अल्लाहो अकबर के नारे लगाता था । शिरडी के अधिकांश लोग खेतों में दिन भर काम करने के पश्चात जब रात्रि में घर लौटते तो रोहिला की कर्कश पुकारें उनका स्वागत करती है । इस कारण उन्हें रात्रि में विश्राम न मिलता था, जिससे वे अधिक कष्ट असहनीय हो गया, तब उन्होंने बाबा के समीप जाकर रोहिला को मना कर इस उत्पात को रोकने की प्रार्थना की । बाबा ने उन लोगों की इस प्रार्थना पर ध्यान न दिया । इसके विपरीत गाँववालों को आड़े हाथों लेते हुये बोले कि वे अपने कार्य पर ही ध्यान दें और रोहिला की ओर ध्यान न दें । बाबा ने उनसे कहा कि रोहिला की पत्नी बुरे स्वभाव की है और वह रोहिला को तथा मुझे अधिक कष्ट पहुंचाती है, परंतु वह उसके कलमों के समक्ष उपस्थित होने का साहस करने में असमर्थ है और इसी कारण वह शांति और सुख में है । यथार्थ में रोहिला की कोई पत्नी न थी । बाबा के संकेत केवल कुविचारों की ओर था । अन्य विषयों की अपेक्षा बाबा प्रार्थना और ईश-आराधना को महत्तव देते थे । अतः उन्होंने रोहिला के पक्ष का समर्थन कर, ग्रामवासियों को शांतिपूर्वक थोड़े समय तक उत्पात सहन करने का परामर्श दिया ।

बाबा के मधुर अमृतोपदेश
एक दिन दोपहर की आरती के पश्चात भक्तगण अपने घरों को लौट रहे थे, तब बाबा ने निम्नलिखित अति सुन्दर उपदेश दिया –
तुम चाहे कही भी रहो, जो इच्छा हो, सो करो, परंतु यह सदैव स्मरण रखो कि जो कुछ तुम करते हो, वह सब मुझे ज्ञात है । मैं ही समस्त प्राणियों का प्रभु और घट-घट में व्याप्त हूँ । मेरे ही उदर में समस्त जड़ व चेतन प्राणी समाये हुए है । मैं ही समस्त ब्राहांड़ का नियंत्रणकर्ता व संचालक हूँ । मैं ही उत्पत्ति, व संहारकर्ता हूँ । मेरी भक्ति करने वालों को कोई हानि नहीं पहुँचा सकता । मेरे ध्यान की उपेक्षा करने वाला, माया के पाश में फँस जाता है । समस्त जन्तु, चींटियाँ तथा दृश्यमान, परिवर्तनमान और स्थायी विश्व मेरे ही स्वरुप है ।

इस सुन्दर तथा अमूल्य उपदेश को श्रवण कर मैंने तुरन्त यह दृढ़ निश्चय कर लिया कि अब भविष्य में अपने गुरु के अतिरिक्त अन्य किसी मानव की सेवा न करुँगा । तुझे नौकरी मिल जायेगी – बाबा के इन वचनों का विचार मेरे मस्तिष्क में बारंबार चक्कर काटने लगा । मुझे विचार आने लगा, क्या सचमुच ऐसा घटित होगा । भविष्य की घटनाओं से स्पष्ट है कि बाबा के वचन सत्य निकले और मुझे अल्पकाल के लिये नौकरी मिल गई । इसके पश्चात् मैं स्वतंत्र होकर एकचित्त से जीवनपर्यन्त बाबा की ही सेवा करता रहा ।

इस अध्याय को समाप्त करने से पूर्व मेरी पाठकों से विनम्र प्राथर्ना है कि वे समस्त बाधाएँ – जैसे आलस्य, निद्रा, मन की चंचलता व इन्द्रिय-आसक्ति दूर कर और एकचित्त हो अपना ध्यान बाबा की लीलाओं की ओर वें और स्वाभाविक प्रेम निर्माण कर भक्ति-रहस्य को जाने तथा अन्य साधनाओं में व्यर्थ श्रमित न हो । उन्हें केवन एक ही सुगम उपाय का पालन करना चाहिये और वह है श्री साईलीलाओं का श्रवण । इससे उनका अज्ञान नष्ट होकर मोक्ष का दृार खुल जायेगा । जिसप्रकार अनेक स्थानों में भ्रमण करता हुआ भी लोभी पुरुष अपने गड़े हुये धन के लिये सतत चिन्तित रहता है, उसी प्रकार श्री साई को अपने हृदय में धारण करो । अगले अध्याय में श्री साई बाबा के शिरडी आगमन का वर्णन होगा ।

।। श्री सद्रगुरु साईनाथार्पणमस्तु । शुभं भवतु ।।

Wednesday, 11 May 2011

बाबा हमें प्यार........?

ॐ सांई राम
बाबा पर हर स्थिति  में
विश्वास रखो.......
कभी कभी हम जो चाहते हैं
हमें वो नहीं मिलता......
तो इसका अर्थ ये नहीं हुआ की
बाबा हमें प्यार नहीं करते.....
या उन्हें हमारी चिंता नहीं है,
एक घटना.......
आप सब को बताना चाहेंगे....
एक बार की बात हैं..
एक कल्पतरु का वृक्ष था..
जिसके नीचे बैठने से
मन की सभी इच्छाओं की पूर्ति होती थी,
तो एक दिन एक आदमी धुप में थका हारा था..
पेड़ के नीचे बैठ के सोचने लगा..
के काश पानी मिल जाये..
 तो मेरी प्यास मिट जाएगी ||
तब पानी आ गया,
फिर उसने कहा के काश
यहाँ पर खाना भी मिल जाये
तो पेट भी भर जायेगा,
तो वहां खाना भी आ गया
और उसने खा लिया.....
इसी तरह उसने सोचा के....
कहीं अगर यहाँ भूत आ जाये
और मुझे आ के खा जाये तो,
ठीक वैसा ही हुआ....
भूत आया और उसे आ के
खा भी गया....
क्यूंकि वो एक कल्पतरु का वृक्ष था....
मन की सभी इचाएं पूर्ण करता था......
वो ये नहीं देखता था की
वह किसी के हित में है
या नहीं........
बस जो माँगा वो मिल जाता था......
पर हमारे साईं बाबा एक ऐसे कल्पतरु हैं......
जो सिर्फ वही देते हैं,
जो हमारे हित में होता हैं......
तो बाबा को मालूम हैं की हमें
क्या मिलना चाहिए
और क्या नहीं,
हमें सब उन पर छोड़ कर
निश्चिंत हो जाना चाहिए......
वो हैं ना हमारे बारे में सोचने के लिए......
बस यही बात याद रखो हमेशा......
के मेरी चिंता बाबा को करनी हैं......
बाकी सब तुम्हारी चिन्ताओ का भार....
बाबा अपने कंधे पर ले लेते हैं.......

ॐ साईं राम......
अल्लाह मालिक .........

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Tuesday, 10 May 2011

मैं सजाता था साईं दरबार की महफ़िलें

ॐ सांई राम

मैं सजाता था साईं दरबार की महफ़िलें
मुझ को हर ग़म से साईं जी ने बरी कर दिया
ज़िक्र-ए-साईं दरबार की हैं बड़ी बरकतें
जब लिया नाम-ए-साईं मैंने दुआ से पहले
हो गयी मुझ पे अता मेरी खता से पहले
जितना दिया साईं दरबार ने मुझ को,
उतनी तो मेरी औकात नहीं  थी
अरे यह तो करम है उस साईं का
वरना मुझ में तो ऐसी कोई बात ना थी
इस करम का करून शुक्र कैसे अदा
जो करम मुझ पे मेरे साईं जी ने कर दिया

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Monday, 9 May 2011

Sai Sacharit- Chapter II -- Object of Writing the Work

ॐ सांई राम

Chapter II

Object of Writing the Work - Incapacity and Boldness in the Undertaking - Hot Discussion - Conferring Significant and Prophetic Title of Hemadpant - Necessity of a Guru.
In the last Chapter, the author mentioned in the original Marathi book that he would state the reason that led him to undertake the work, and the persons qualified to read the same and such other points. Now in this chapter, he starts to tell the same.
Object of Writing the Work
In the first chapter, I described Sai Baba’s miracle of checking and destroying the epidemic of Cholera by grinding wheat and throwing the flour, on the outskirts of the village. I heard other miracles of Sai Baba to my great delight, and this delight burst forth into this poetic work. I also thought, that the description of these grand miracles of Sai Baba would be interesting, and instructive to His devotees; and would remove their sins, and so I began to write the sacred life and teachings of Sai Baba. The life of the saint is neither logical nor dialectical. It shows us the true and great path.
Incapacity and Boldness in Undertaking the Work
Hemadpant thought that he was not a fit person to undertake the work. He said, "I do not know the life of my intimate friend nor do I know my own mind, then how can I write the life of a saint or describe the nature of Incarnations, which even the Vedas were unable to do? One must be a saint himself, before he could know other saints, then how can I describe their glory? To write the life of a saint is the most difficult, though one may as well measure the depth of the water of the seven seas or enclose the sky with cloth-trappings. I knew, that this was the most venturous undertaking, which might expose me to ridicule. I, therefore, invoked Sai Baba’s grace.
The premier poet-saint of Maharashtra, Shri Jnaneshwar Maharaj, has stated that the Lord loves those who write the lives of saints; and the saints also have a peculiar method of their own of getting the service, which the devotees long for, successfully accomplished. The saints inspire the work; the devotee becomes only an indirect cause or instrument to achieve the end. For instance, in 1700 Shaka year, the poet Mahipati aspired to write the lives of saints. Saints inspired him, and got the work done; so also in 1800 Shaka year, Das Ganu’s service was accepted. The former wrote 4 works-Bhakta Vijaya, Santa Vijaya, Bhakta Leelamrit and Santa Kathamrit, while the latter wrote two - "Bhakta Leelamrit and Santa Kathamrit", in which the lives of modern Saints were described. In chapters 31,32,33 of Bhakta Leelamrit and in chapter 57 of Santa Kathamrit, the sweet life and teachings of Sai Baba are very well depicted. These have been separately published in Sai Leela Magazine, Nos. 11 and 12, Vol. 17; the readers are advised to read these chapters. So also Sai Baba’s wonderful Leelas are described in a small decent book named Shri Sainath Bhajana Mala by Mrs. Savitribai Raghunath Tendulkar of Bandra. Das-Ganu Maharaj also has composed various sweet poems on Sai Baba. A devotee named Amidas Bhavani Mehta has also published some stories of Sri Baba in Gujarathi; some Nos. of Sainath Prabha, a magazine published by Dakshina Bhiksha Sanstha of Shirdi, are also published. Then the question of objection comes in, that while so many works regarding Sai Baba are extant, why should this (Satcharita) be written? And where is its necessity?
The answer is plain and simple. The life of Sai Baba is as wide and deep as the infinite ocean; and all can dive deep into the same and take out precious gems (of knowledge and Bhakti), and distribute them to the aspiring public. The stories, parables, and teachings of Sai Baba are very wonderful. They will give peace and happiness to the people, who are afflicted with sorrows and heavily loaded with miseries of this worldly existence, and also bestow knowledge and wisdom, both in the worldly and in spiritual domains. If these teachings of Sai Baba, which are as interesting and instructive as the Vedic lore, are listened to and meditated upon, the devotees will get, what they long for, viz., union with Brahman, mastery in eight-fold Yoga, Bliss of meditation etc. So I thought, that I should call these stories together that would be my best Upasana. This collection would be most delightful to those simple souls, whose eyes were not blessed with Sai Baba’s darshana. So, I set about collecting Sai Baba’s teachings and expressions - the outcome of His boundless and natural self-realization. It was Sai Baba, who inspired me in this matter; in fact, I surrendered my ego at His feet, and thought that my path was clear; and that He would make me quite happy here, and in the next world.
I could not myself ask Sai Baba to give me permission for this work; so I requested Mr. Madhavrao Deshpande alias Shama, Baba’s most intimate devotee, to speak to Him for me. He pleaded for my cause and said to Sai Baba, "This Annasaheb wishes to write Your biography, don’t say that You are a poor begging Fakir, and there is no necessity to write it, but if You agree and help him, he will write or rather, Your feet (grace) will accomplish the work. Without Your consent and blessing, nothing can be done successfully." When Sai Baba heard this request, He was moved and blessed me by giving me His Udi (sacred ashes) and placing His boon-bestowing hand on my head said :- "Let him make a collection of stories and experiences, keep notes and memos; I will help him. He is only an outward instrument. I should write Myself My autobiography and satisfy the wishes of My devotees. He should get rid of his ego, place (or surrender) it at My feet. He who acts like this in life, him I help the most. What of My life-stories? I serve him in his house in all possible ways. When his ego is completely annihilated and there is left no trace of it, I Myself shall enter into him and shall Myself write My own life. Hearing my stories and teachings will create faith in devotees’ hearts and they will easily get self - realization and Bliss; let there be no insistence on establishing one’s own view, no attempt to refute other’s opinions, no discussions of pros and cons of any subject."
The word ‘discussion’ put me in mind of my promise to explain the story of my getting the title of Hemadpant and now I begin to relate the same. I was on close friendly terms with Kakasaheb Dixit and Nanasaheb Chandorkar. They pressed me to go to Shirdi and have Baba’s darshana, and I promised them to do so. But something in the interval turned up, which prevented me from going to Shirdi. The son of a friend of mine at Lonavala fell ill. My friend tried all possible means, physical and spiritual, but the fever would not abate. At length he got his Guru to sit by the bedside of his son, but this too was of no avail. Hearing this, I thought ‘what was the utility of the Guru, if he could not save my friend’s son? If the Guru can’t do anything for us, why should I go to Shirdi at all?’ Thinking in this way, I postponed my Shirdi-trip; but the inevitable must happen and it happened in my case as follows: - Mr. Nanasaheb Chandorkar, who was a Prant Officer, was going on tour to Bassein. From Thana he came to Dadar and was waiting for a train bound for Bassein. In the meanwhile, a Bandra Local turned up. He sat in it and came to Bandra; and sent for me and took me to task for putting off my Shirdi trip. Nana’s argument for my Shirdi trip was convincing and delightful, and so I decided to start for Shirdi, the same night. I packed up my luggage and started for Shirdi. I planned to go to Dadar and there to catch the train for Manmad, and so I booked myself for Dadar and sat in the train. While the train was to start, a Mahomedan came hastily to my compartment and seeing all my paraphernalia, asked me where I was bound. I told him my plan. He then suggested that I should go straight to Boribunder, and not get down at Dadar, for the Manmad Mail did not get down at Dadar at all. If this little miracle or Leela had not happened, I would not have reached Shirdi next day as settled, and many doubts would have assailed me. But that was not to be. As fortune favoured me, I reached Shirdi the next day before 9 or 10 A.M. Mr. Bhausaheb (Kaka) Dixit was waiting for me there. This was in 1910 A.D., when there was only one place, viz., Sathe’s Wada for lodging pilgrim devotees. After alighting from the Tonga, I was anxious to have darshana, when the great devotee, Tatyasaheb Noolkar returned from the Masjid and said that Sai Baba was at the corner of the Wada, and that I should first get the preliminary darshana and then, after bath, see Him at leisure. Hearing this I ran and prostrated before Baba and then my joy knew no bounds. I found more than what Nana Chandorkar had told me. All my senses were satisfied and I forgot thirst and hunger. The moment I touched Sai Baba’s feet, I began a new lease of life. I felt myself much obliged to those who spurred and helped me to get the darshana; and I considered them as my real relatives, and I cannot repay their debt. I only remember them and prostrate (mentally) before them. The peculiarity of Sai Baba’s darshana, as I found it, is that by His darshana our thoughts are changed, the force of previous actions is abated and gradually non-attachment of dispassion towards worldly objects grows up. It is by the merit of actions in many past births that such darshana is got, and if only you see Sai Baba, really all the world becomes or assumes the form of Sai Baba.
Hot Discussion
On the first day of my arrival in Shirdi, there was a discussion between me and Balasaheb Bhate regarding the necessity of a Guru. I contended, "Why should we lose our freedom and submit to others? When we have to do our duty, why a Guru is necessary? One must try his best and save himself. What can the Guru do to a man who does nothing but sleeps indolently?" Thus I pleaded freewill, while Mr. Bhate took up the other side, viz., Destiny, and said, "Whatever is bound to happen must happen; even great men have failed, man proposes one way, but God disposes the other (contrary) way. Brush aside your cleverness; pride or egoism won’t help you." This discussion, with all its pros and cons went on for an hour or so, and as usual no decision was arrived at. We had to stop the discussion ultimately as we were exhausted. The net result of this was that I lost my peace of mind and found that unless there is strong body-consciousness and egoism, there would be no discussion; in other words, it is egoism which breeds discussion.
Then when we went to the Masjid with others, Baba asked Kakasaheb Dixit the following: -

"What was going on in the (Sathe’s) Wada? What was the discussion about?" and staring at me, Baba further added, "What did this Hemadpant say?"
Hearing these words, I was much surprised. The Masjid was at a considerable distance from Sathe’s Wada where I was staying and where the discussion was going on. How could Baba know our discussion unless He be omniscient and Inner Ruler of us all?
Significant and Prophetic Title
I began to think why Sai Baba should call me by the name Hemadpant. This word is a corrupt form of Hemadripant. This Hemadripant was a wellknown Minister of the kings Mahadev and Ramadev of Devgiri of the Yadav dynasty. He was very learned, good-natured and the author of good works, such as Chaturvarga Chintamani (dealing with spiritual subjects) and Rajprashasti. He invented and started new methods of accounts and was the originator of the Modi (Marathi Shorthand) script. But I was quite the opposite, an ignoramus, and have dull, mediocre intellect. So I could not understand why the name or title was conferred upon me, but thinking seriously upon it, I thought that the title was a dart to destroy my ego, so that, I should always remain meek and humble. It was also a compliment paid to me for the cleverness in the discussion.
Looking to the future history, we think that Baba’s word (calling Mr. Dabholkar by the name Hemadpant) was significant and prophetic, as we find that he looked after the management of Sai Sansthan very intelligently, kept nicely all the accounts and was also the author of such a good work "Sai Satcharita", which deals with such important and spiritual subjects as Jnana, Bhakti and dispassion, self-surrender and self-realization.
About the Necessity of a Guru
Hemadpant has left no note, no memo about what Baba said regarding this subject, but Kakasaheb Dixit has published his notes regarding this matter. Next day after Hemadpant’s meeting with Sai Baba, Kakasaheb went to Baba and asked whether he should leave Shirdi. Baba Said, "Yes". Then someone asked - "Baba, where to go?" Baba said, "High up." Then the man said, "How is the way?" Baba said, "There are many ways leading there; there is one way also from here (Shirdi). The way is difficult. There are tigers and wolves in the jungles on the way." I (Kakasaheb) asked - "But Baba, what if we take a guide with us?" Baba answered, - "Then there is no difficulty. The guide will take you straight to your destination, avoiding wolves, tigers and ditches etc. on the way. If there be no guide, there is the danger of your being lost in the jungles or falling into ditches." Mr. Dabholkar was present on this occasion and he thought that this was the answer Baba gave to the question whether Guru was a necessity (Vide Sai Leela Vol. I, No.5, Page 47); and he thereupon took the hint that no discussion of the problem, whether man is free or bound, is of any use in spiritual matters, but that on the contrary real Paramartha is possible only as the result of the teachings of the Guru, as is illustrated in this chapter of the original work in the instances of great Avatars like Rama and Krishna, who had to submit themselves to their Gurus, Vasishtha and Sandipani respectively, for getting self- realization and that the only virtues necessary for such progress are faith and patience. (Vide Sai Satcharita, Ch. II, 191-92).
Bow to Shri Sai - Peace be to all

Sai Sacharit-Chapter (I) - Salutations -- The Story of Grinding Wheat and Its Philosophical Significance.

ॐ सांई राम

Chapter I

Salutations -- The Story of Grinding Wheat and Its Philosophical Significance.
According to the ancient and revered custom, Hemadpant begins the work, Sai Satcharitra, with various salutations.
First, he makes obeisance to the God Ganesha to remove all obstacles and make the work a success and says that Shri Sai is the God Ganesha.
Then, to the Goddess Saraswati to inspire him to write out the work and says that Shri Sai is one with this Goddess and that He is Himself singing His own life.
Then, to the Gods; Brahma, Vishnu and Shankar - the Creating, Preserving and Destroying Deities respectively; and says that Sainath is one with them and He as the great Teacher, will carry us across the River of Worldly Existence.
Then, to his tutelary Deity Narayan Adinath who manifested himself in Konkan - the land reclaimed by Parashurama, (Rama in the Hindi version) from the sea; and to the Adi (Original) Purusha of the family.
Then, to the Bharadwaja Muni, into whose gotra (clan) he was born and also to various Rishis, Yagyavalakya, Bhrigu, Parashara, Narad, Vedavyasa, Sanak, Sanandan, Sanatkumar, Shuka. Shounak, Vishwamitra, Vasistha, Valmiki, Vamadeva, Jaimini, Vaishampayan, Nava Yogindra etc, and also modern Saints such as Nivritti, Jnanadev, Sopan, Muktabai, Janardan, Ekanath, Namdev, Tukaram, Kanha, and Narahari etc.
Then, to his grandfather Sadashiv, father Raghunath, his mother, who left him in his infancy, to his paternal aunt, who brought him up, and to his loving elder brother.
Then, to the readers and prays them to give their whole and undivided attention to his work.
And lastly, to his Guru Shri Sainath - an Incarnation of Shri Dattatreya, Who is his sole Refuge and Who will make him realize that Brahman is the Reality and the world an illusion; and incidentally, to all the Beings in whom the Lord God dwells.
After describing in brief the various modes of devotion according to Parashara, Vyasa and Shandilya etc., the author goes on to relate the following story:
"It was sometime after 1910 A.D. that I went, one fine morning, to the Masjid in Shirdi for getting a darshan of Sai Baba. I was wonder-struck to see the following phenomenon. After washing His mouth and face, Sai Baba began to make preparations for grinding wheat. He spread a sack on the floor; and thereon set a hand-mill. He took some quantity of wheat in a winnowing fan, and then drawing up the sleeves of His Kafni (robe); and taking hold of the peg of the hand-mill, started grinding the wheat by putting a few handfuls of wheat in the upper opening of the mill and rotated it. I thought ‘what business Baba had with the grinding of wheat, when He possessed nothing and stored nothing, and as He lived on alms!’ Some people who had come there thought likewise, but none had the courage to ask baba what He was doing. Immediately, this news of Baba's grinding wheat spread into the village, and at once men and women ran to the Masjid and flocked there to see Baba's act. Four bold women, from the crowd, forced their way up and pushing Baba aside, took forcibly the peg or handle into their hands, and, singing Baba's Leelas, started grinding. At first Baba was enraged, but on seeing the women's love and devotion, He was much pleased and began to smile. While they were grinding, they began to think that Baba had no house, no property, no children, none to look after, and He lived on alms, He did not require any wheat-flour for making bread or roti, what will He do with this big quantity of flour? Perhaps as Baba is very kind, He will distribute the flour amongst us. Thinking in this way while singing, they finished the grinding and after putting the hand-mill aside, they divided the flour into four portions and began to remove them one per head. Baba, Who was calm and quiet up till now, got wild and started abusing them saying, "Ladies, are you gone mad? Whose father's property are you looting away? Have I borrowed any wheat from you, so that you can safely take the flour? Now please do this. Take the flour and throw it on the village border limits." On hearing this, the women felt abashed and whispering amongst them, went away to the outskirts of the village and spread the flour as directed by Baba.
I asked the Shirdi people - "What was this that Baba did?" They replied that as the Cholera Epidemic was spreading in the village and this was Baba's remedy against the same; it was not wheat that was ground but the Cholera itself was ground to pieces and pushed out of the village. From this time onward, the Cholera Epidemic subsided and the people of the village were happy. I was much pleased to know all this; but at the same time my curiosity was also aroused. I began to ask myself - What earthly connection was there between wheat flour and Cholera? What was the casual relation between the two? And how to reconcile them? The incident seems to be inexplicable. I should write something on this and sing to my heart's content Baba's sweet Leelas. Thinking in this way about this Leela, my heart was filled with joy and I was thus inspired to write Baba's Life - The Satcharita.
And as we know, with Baba's grace and blessing this work was successfully accomplished.

Philosophical Significance of Grinding
Apart from the meaning that the people of Shirdi put on this incident of grinding wheat, there is, we think, a philosophical significance too. Sai Baba lived in Shirdi for about sixty years and during this long period; He did the business of grinding almost every day - not, however, the wheat alone; but the sins, the mental and physical afflictions and the miseries of His innumerable devotees. The two stones of His mill consisted of Karma and Bhakti, the former being the lower and the latter the upper one. The handle with which Baba worked the mill consisted of Jnana. It was the firm conviction of Baba that Knowledge or Self-realization is not possible, unless there is the prior act of grinding of all our impulses, desires, sins; and of the three gunas, viz. Sattva, Raja and Tama; and the Ahamkara, which is so subtle and therefore so difficult to be got rid of.
This reminds us of a similar story of Kabir who seeing a woman grinding corn said to his Guru, Nipathiranjana, "I am weeping because I feel the agony of being crushed in this wheel of worldly existence like the corn in the hand-mill." Nipathiranjana replied, "Do not be afraid; hold fast to the handle of knowledge of this mill, as I do, and do not wander far away from the same but turn inward to the Center, and you are sure to be saved."

Bow to Shri Sai -- Peace be to all

साईं भोला भंडारी

ॐ सांई राम

प्रभुजी सदा ही कृपा
हम पे बनाये रखना
जो रास्ता सही हो
उस पर चलाये रखना
कृपा बनाये रखना ...
ए दो जहाँ के मालिक
तेरे दर के हम सवाली
सब कुछ गया हैं लेकिन
मर्यादा हैं संभाली
जो सीखाया न भुलाना
हर हाल मुस्कुराना
आंसू छुपाये रखना
कृपा बनाये रखना...
साईं जी सदा ही कृपा
हम पे बनाये रखना...

शिव भोला भंडारी,
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