The readers may remember that mention was made in the 6th Chapter regarding the Rama-Navami Festival in Shirdi; how the festival originated and how in the early years there was a great difficulty in getting a good Hardidas for performing Kirtan on that occasion, and how Baba permanently entrusted this function Kirtan to Dasganu permanently. Now in this Chapter we shall describe the manner in which Dasganu was performing the Kirtan. Naradiya Kirtan-Paddhati Generally our Haridasas, while performing the Kirtan, wear a gala and full dress. They put on a head-dress, either a pheta or a turban, a long flowing coat with a shirt inside, an uparane short dhotar on the shoulders and the usual long dhotar from the waist below. Dressed in this fashion for some Kirtan in the Shirdi village, Dasganu once went to bow to Baba. Baba asked him - "Well, bridegroom!
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Authored by Shri. A subsequent english edition was soon published in , by Shri. Nagash Devastate N. Gunaji, translated from the original Marathi composition. History[ edit ] In , when Hemadpant also known as Late. Govindrao Annasaheb Raghunath Dabholkar  came to Shirdi, he observed a miracle by Sai Baba in which baba had prevented the raging cholera epidemic from entering Shirdi by grinding wheat on a grindstone and dispersing them around the borders of the Shirdi village. Hemadpant soon sought the help of "Madhavrao Deshpande" alias Shama who advocated his cause before Sri Sai Baba himself.
In , Sai Baba gave his consent, stating, "You have my full consent to write my life history. Take notes and keep them.
If my leelas are recorded, sins committed through ignorance will be dissolved. Sai Niwas is more than years old today and still carry forwards the tradition of Sai Bhakti Sai Devotion for numerous Sai devotees across the world. He died after finishing the 51st Chapter in The desk on which Hemadpant wrote the manuscript of the Sai Satcharita is well preserved and is placed in the same room in Sai Niwas on which he sat and wrote the Sai Satcharita.
Sai Niwas, Mumbai Sai Niwas Home Mandir Sai Satcharitra Panchasheel Exam[ edit ] Every time one reads Sai Satcharitra, it provides a new perspective and ever evolving answers to the questions of the devotees and hence Sai Satcharitra is a treasure imparting joy and contentment to the readers. The examination is a tool to test the knowledge due to which one studies and learns a subject with concentration. As the name suggests, this examination is conducted at five levels viz; Prathama First Level on chapters 1 to 10 of Sai Satcharitra, Dwitiya Second Level on chapters 11 to 20, Tritiya Third Level on chapters 21 to 30, Chaturthi Fourth Level on chapters 31 to 40 and lastly, Panchami Fifth Level covering practical exam and two theory papers; one on chapters 41 to 53 and second one on all chapters of Sai Satcharitra.
Question Papers are available online and can be answered in any language and posted to the examination cell of Shree Sai Samartha Vidnyan Prabodhini in Mumbai, India.
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