Manifestation of Brahma in Sai Baba

As described in Chapter X of Shri Sai Satcharita, “Though, Sai Baba looked like a man, three cubits and a half in length, still He dwelt in the hearts of all. Inwardly, He was unattached and indifferent but outwardly, He longed for mass welfare. Though, inwardly, an abode of peace, He looked outwardly restless. Inwardly, He had the state of Brahma, outwardly he seemed engrossed in the world. Sometimes He looked on all with affection and at times He threw stones at them; sometimes He scolded them, while at times He embraced them and was calm, composed, tolerant and well-balanced. He always abided and was engrossed in the Self, and was well-disposed towards his Bhaktas. He always sat on one Asan and never travelled. His ‘satka’ was a small stick, which He always carried in His hand. He was calm and thought-free. He never cared for wealth and fame, and lived on alms. Such a life He led. He always uttered “Allah Malik” (God is the real owner). Entire and unbroken was His love for the Bhaktas. He was the mine or store-house for self-knowledge and full of Divine Bliss. Such was the Divine Form of Sai Baba, boundless, endless and undifferentiated. One principle, which envelopes the whole universe (from a stone to Brahma), incarnated in Sai Baba. The really meritorious and fortunate people got this treasure-grove in their hands, while those people, who not knowing the real worth of Sai Baba, took Him to be a mere human being, were indeed unfortunate”.

Shri Satchidananda Sadguru Sainath Maharaj ki Jaya.
Dr.Mahesh Chandra Panda
Shirdi Sai Baba devotee


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Dr. Mahesh Chandra Panda, M.B.B.S.,M.D. Date of Birth:29.02.1948 Retd. (29.02.2008) Chief District Medical Officer Bargarh Orissa India
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9 Responses to Manifestation of Brahma in Sai Baba

  1. The readers may refer Sai Baba`s discourse on Brahma-gnyan published in Yoga and Spirituality to get the insight relating to Jnana Yoga of Manifestation of Brahma in Sai Baba.

  2. I think that there is a strict need to differentiate normal world and divine powers. If a person has taken birth, has lived with people and had died; he might be extremely nice person, full of all virtues, but is not God. God does not take birth and is beyond material assessment. Any body in human body should not be worshiped either during his life time or after his death. Lot of money is accumulating, being misused by places of worship. No place of worship should be beyond public control. Instances of Asha Ram and Ram Pal (recent news focus from Hissar (Haryana) has exposed the sanctity of being blindly carried away by outward virtues of any person. I think God resides in every person. Every good in us is God and our bad qualities are devil in us. We must search Him within rather than in saints, temples or places of worship. Books preaching about great saints appear to be being propagated by vested interests.

  3. Respected Sir,

    “He was the mine or store-house for self-knowledge and full of Divine Bliss”: Amazing power which is only gifted by Supreme Soul to person who is capable to apply in his life. That is the reality, which the eyes of a common man describe it as Magic. What I understand Brahma is the super power of saints. All the activities of Sri Shirdi Sai Baba happened only by the Manifestation of Brahma, the Supreme Power of Almighty bestowed upon Him.

    Kedarnath Sahu
    Science Teacher
    Sohela Dist.Bargarh,Odisha

  4. Respected Sir,

    Brahma is the creator, a form of energy non-visible in nature, but becomes visible as per need or deviation in creation(object). Shirdi Sai Baba descended with Avataric energy which is even rampant after His discordance of human body at the place of departure.So nothing new or miracle happens or seen to a staunch believer or to a devotee who complete surrenders. This is my impression about Manifestation of Brahma in Sai Baba.

    With Regards,
    Your Divine Brother
    Dr.Binod Bihari Naik

  5. Madhusudan Mahunta says:


    The article “Manifestation of Brahma in Sai Baba” excerpted from Chapter X of “Shri Sai Satcharita” en-lighted us about the Brahma. Like God Sri Ram of Tretaya Yuga, Sri Krishna of Dwapara Yuga; Sri Shirdi Sai Baba is man of supreme power as well as God in Kali Yuga. He is Omnipresent, Omnipotent and Omniscient. He served for the society irrespective of caste, creed and colour throughout his life.

    Shri Satchidananda Sadguru Sainath Maharaj ki Jaya.
    Madhusudan Mahunta
    C.H.C.Sohela Dist.Bargarh Odisha

  6. Tankadhar Padhan says:


    This article really touched my heart. Associated with the power of Sai Baba I enter in the spiritual world with your description in this article.

    Tankadhar Padhan
    Head Master
    UG High School Lebidi,Sohela Dist. Bargarh

  7. Prakash Padhan says:

    Great sages are different from normal people.They are normally abnormal. It is mentioned in Bhagbat Gita (Chapter-2):
    “Ja nisha sarbabhutanam tasyam jagrati sanyami,
    Jasyam jagrati bhutani sa nisha pashyato mune.”
    Which is night for ordinary man,great man awakes…..

  8. Santhosh says:

    Om SaiRam
    Dear Uncle.

    The ways of the Sadgurus are very unique and can never be understood by the humans. Only one can feel and enjoy the ways of them. Whatever Sai did was for just upliftment of the fallen society and to help the society walk in a path of the “Truth” and “Righteousness”. To spread that God is not many, just one, he used to say always “Sab ka maalik ek”, being the paramatma himself, still lead a simple life mixing with the people and helping them to cross the ocean of mundane existence easily.

    Thanks a lot for the beautiful extract from Sai Satcharitha.
    Sai bless all.
    Kind Regards,
    Santhosh KV

  9. Purnima Panda says:

    Pranam kaka,

    Brahma is considered the ultimate recipient of all offerings, and the secret deity hidden in all other deities. He is the highest goal and has numerous other manifestations also. Brahma is the transcendental eternal reality, who projects himself into the immanent realities. Brahma is also hidden in us as our very personality and soul. Only by knowing him one can attain immortality and reach the world of Brahma.

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