Leela’s Of Sai
Anonymous Devotee from USA says: Most Thursdays, I go to temple in the evening. It is so divine just being there with lots of people and singing Aarti for Baba. I usually don’t take my kids to Aarti because they come from school and they are tired and Aarti takes a while. One day, I decided to take my daughter with me to the temple.
As soon as we got in the car, the clouds became dark and looked like it was about to rain. Here in our place if it rains, it rains very badly with hails, wind etc. My daughter, who is 6 years old, looked at the sky and said, Sai Baba please stop the rain until we come back to home. I also thought the same thing in mind since it is in the evening, temple is very far and my daughter is with me. So I want to be safe. As soon as my daughter said that, drizzling stopped. We went to temple and came back home. It poured heavily after that.
Another experience I had is just today (Thursday). I went to temple as usual. After Aarti, there was palaki procession here in temple. Usually men carry the palaki and ladies follow next to the palaki. And few ladies take turns to carry silver diya, while palaki procession follows that lady in the back. Every time I go to temple I look at those ladies, who lead the palaki procession with holding diya in their hands and I feel that I wish I get that chance. But I never got it.
I usually go to temple in western wear because I come from work and I don’t have time to change and go in traditional dress. I thought maybe I am not getting a chance to hold the light (diya) because I am always going in pant shirt. Once I went in traditional wear, but I never got chance. Usually a temple volunteer decides and instructs ladies to take turns in holding the diya. Today as usual after Aarti, I started eating food. Palaki procession started, but I didn’t go with them because I was eating. I finished my dinner and stood next to a door because palaki procession will soon enter into temple, so I can just see palaki.
I was not even expecting anything today. I just stood there in the corner to the wall. Suddenly a volunteer gave signal to come forward and hold the diya. I was shocked. I was not even expecting that. I ran and took the diya in my hands, and the palaki and everybody followed in the back. Wow what a feeling, it is indescribable. I don’t know why Sai decided to give me turn today, when I am not at all expecting. The feeling is heavenly. I wore pant shirt today. Thanks Sai, You made my day. Om Sai Ram.
Anonymous Devotee from India says: Om Sai Ram. I am simply a Sai Devotee. I have come across many miracles of Baba in my life. Few I am putting here. Thanks Baba for helping me in writing all these. I was into 8th standard, when I 1st time I came to know Baba. I got one Baba’s photo in an Agarbati packet on road, while coming back from school and I just kept it in my Geometry box and just started simply praying. And because of Baba’s grace, I stood 1st in my class Annual Exam. That time I didn’t realize. But now after 20 years, I am able to realize. It was only Baba’s Leela and my hard work.
After 20 years, I realize Baba’s Mahima and Leelas. I am spending much time in reading His miracles and stories of His devotees. Everyday seems I am getting more and more close to Baba. I was very much worried about my issues in my project. Every day seems to be difficult to go to work place. I prayed Baba and see Baba helped me in moving to different project. Thanks Baba. Please be with me and my family always. Om Sairam.
Sai Baba Miracles In All Over My Life
Sai Sister Harshini Ji from India says: Namaskar I am Harshini from Hyderabad. My husband got a good job, so we went to a place. After going there, we had a really bad experience. They have not assigned any work and gave us 3 months notice period. Then I prayed to Baba and we got blessed with good job. I got very wonderful husband by Baba’s grace. Pray Him in any form, He will answer you. Please, Baba, bless me with a good and healthy child. I am doing 9 Thursdays Vrat. This is my 7th Thursday. I am waiting for Baba’s blessing for having a child.