Book Title: The Life and Teachings of Sai Baba of Shirdi
Author: Antonio Rigopoulos
Publisher: State University of New York Press
Number Of Pages: 466
A general introduction to the life and teachings of holy man Sai Baba (1836-1918), who is little known in the west, but whose followers number millions in his native India. Traces his birth as a Moslem; his arrival in the small village of Shirdi, where he spent the rest of his life; his daily routine; the growth of his fame; and his final years and death. Among the themes of his teaching discussed are love, knowledge, and action; his style of expression is also described.
This book was released on 04/10/2007.