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Sai baba was a Guru, saint or fakir who is followed as a God by Hindu and Muslim devotees. He is also known as Shirdi Sai Baba. Some people believed that he was an avtar of Shri Krishna and some Muslims..
Sai baba was a Guru, saint or fakir who is followed as a God by Hindu and Muslim devotees. He is also known as Shirdi Sai Baba. Some people believed that he was an avtar of Shri Krishna and some Muslims said that he was a sufi sant or a Qutub. But no information has been founded regarding sai baba’s birth or his religion. In his life, he always said that ‘Sabka Malik Ek’ Which means ‘One God governs all’. It means that he was against caste and religion discrimination. In his eyes, every person is equal. He stood for the unity and equality among the people. He teaches his devotees the lesson of Unity and peace.

Sai baba lived a life of a true saint and stuck on the karma of Diksha and Shiksha. He always stayed away from the comfort and luxuries life. His sole motive was to unite the people and to establish peace and tranquil in the World. He taught his devotees a lesson of humanism. A good human is the one who stand for the righteousness without any fear. He never considered himself as an avtar of a God or any Sufi; it was his devotees who adored him as a God. Today his grace and teachings have been heard by the devotees who can be seen all around the world. It is his grace which made him popular, otherwise how can a simple fakir who lived in a small village become God.  

He had discarded all perishable things and his sole concern was self-realization. He taught a moral lesson of love, forgiveness, charity, helping other, doing good karma, inner peace and the most is unity and worship only one God. He had tried to eliminate the differences between the religions. For that he gave the Hindu name ‘Dwarakamayi’ to the mosque and performed both Hindu and Muslim rituals and practiced the traditions of both the religions. Even the priest of Khandoba temple, Mahalsapati lived in the mosque with sai baba. He was an opponent of religious orthodoxy. Although sai baba himself led the life of an ascetic, but he advised his devotees to lead an ordinary family life.    

Sai baba taught his followers to pray and chant God’s name. He encouraged Muslims to study Quran and Hindus to study Holy Scriptures Bhagavad Gita. He advised his devotees and followers to lead a moral life, help others, love every living being without any discrimination, and develop two important features of character: Shraddha and saburi.  In his personal practice, Sai Baba observed worship procedures belonging to Hinduism and Islam; he shunned any kind of regular rituals but allowed the practice of namaz, chanting of Al-Fatiha, and Qur’an readings at Muslim festival times. Sai Baba interpreted the religious texts of both Islam and Hinduism. He explained the meaning of the Hindu scriptures in the spirit of Advaita Vedanta. His philosophy also had numerous elements of bhakti. The three main Hindu spiritual paths – Bhakti Yoga, Jnana Yoga, and Karma Yoga – influenced his teachings. Sai Baba encouraged charity, and stressed the importance of sharing. Today, there have been many stories related to his religion and some people also says  that he is not a God but he always considered himself as a fakir who taught the real meaning of humanism and tranquil. His devotees are very lucky who have a guru like Sai. His teaching will always be followed by his true followers.  

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