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Saibaba shows himself to the school kids recently

Updated on September 30, 2011

Blessings in white!

Mysterious manifestation of Baba!

I have recently read an E mail message from Dr.Sara Pavan sent to Saibabalist in yahoo groups. I am eager to share the same with all of you in the hub pages. Many of you are aware that Sri Sathya Sai Baba passed away on 24 April 2011 in Super specialty hospital in Puttaparthi after 28 days of hospitalization. The Doctors have announced on 24 April 2011, Due to multiple organ failure, Saibaba has left his physical frame. His physical remains were interred in Sai Kulwant Hall in Prasanthi Nilayam on 27th April 2011 and a beautiful marble mausoleum was constructed over his tomb. People from all over the globe visits the place every day and are getting solace. Due to a strike call by a political outfit, most places in Andhra Pradesh, wherein Prasanthi Nilayam is located are experiencing frequent power cuts. The primary school students who are very young are afraid to come out during power cut. One student wanted to go to toilet but it was dark outside. Suddenly Saibaba came there and held the hand of the student and led him to toilet. As the lights came back, Saibaba vanished at once. Another student was ill and lying in the bed. Saibaba came there too and touched the head of the student and he became alright. In the altar of the hostel only one candle was burning in front of the photo of Saibaba. When all the students have gathered there, Saibaba was there giving his Dharsan(view of his physical body) to all the kids there. They all reported the matter to the Head Miss and she was exclaiming it as a 'beautiful incident'. The students were called by their relatives to narrate the incidents and they expressed delight in seeing Baba in his famous white dress! Rest in next hub.

The marble mausoleum of Sathya Saibaba.


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