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From the ancient times our India has been well known for our Saints as well as literature.
Thousands of Saints appeared on these Spiritual land and fulfilled their cause of descent by doing their lives for the awareness of the people and went close to God.
In the age of nineteen Sai Baba first appeared in Shirdi under the Neen Tree and after some times he disappeared.
From the year 1842 to 1854 during these years is about 12 years Sai baba spent the time with his Guruji. Many people also called him Sufi Fakir ,Sai baba practiced 'Tapasya' at the tomb of His Guruji under the neem tree in Shirdi.
In the year 1858 with the marriage party of chand patil Sai baba returned to Shirdi and remained there forever.
While giving blessings to His Devotee Sai baba used to say "Allah will do good to you "He never thought himself as Almighty but We always used to say, "Aade Hakk" that is I always recollect God.
On 15th October 1918 Tuesday, it was the day of Vijaya Dashami and in the noon at 2:30,Sai baba's soul left the body and went into Mahasamadhi.
Today also Sai baba is an avatar of god for his devotee. Now also He gives darshan live in the dreams to his devotee.
Sai Devotee Haji Abdulbaba
The relation between Sai Baba and Abdulbaba was of Guru (murshid) and sishya (murid).
Faith (aistha) was a key Teaching of Sai Baba and the same he taught many times to his of pupil and sishya, Abdulbaba which was based upon Qur'an.(his father was known by the name "choly" village people) Abdulbaba was born in the year 1871 at Nandad near khandesh on the banks of river Tapti in northern Maharashtra. Except knowing that his father's name. was sultan from Nandad,nothing further was known about his parents to undergo the Sufi ascetic training his parents placed hu is son (Abdul) under the care of the Sufi master called Amiruddin of Nanded.
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