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Shirdi Baba Sto­tram
Expe­ri­enc­ing the Love and Con­scious­ness of a Divine Soul


We can see how Baba’s pow­er­ful energy is work­ing and flow­ing on mil­lions of peo­ple in India. The peo­ple who are really think­ing on him, he’s bless­ing them. One level, faith is impor­tant. Some­times if a per­son doesn’t have faith, he cre­ates faith in him. Then finally he solves their prob­lems through his energy. It’s like a big satel­lite com­mu­ni­ca­tion. He gave that gift to the world. What I’m talk­ing about here is not a mat­ter of Shirdi Baba’s phys­i­cal body; it’s his soul con­nec­tion to wher­ever you are on the planet. If you really need his help and talk to him, com­mu­ni­cat­ing with your heart, he’s def­i­nitely giv­ing an answer to you. He will con­nect and send his bless­ing.” Sri Kalesh­war


What is a Sto­tram?

Sto­tram is a San­skrit word for a hymn addressed to the Divine. Sto­trams can be in the forms of prayers or the chant­ing and prais­ing of the dif­fer­ent forms of the Divine such as Jesus or Shirdi Baba.

Sto­trams are made up of slokas, sacred verses, each of which rep­re­sent a divine qual­ity.

As we recite each sloka of a sto­tram we are con­nect­ing to the dif­fer­ent aspects of the Divine, such as Baba, and are hon­or­ing and nour­ish­ing their sacred divine qual­i­ties within all of us.

Con­nect­ing to Shirdi Baba

Chant­ing the Shirdi Baba sto­tram is a beau­ti­ful way to con­nect to this Divine Soul, cul­ti­vate a per­sonal rela­tion­ship with him and come to know his lov­ing pres­ence, divine qual­i­ties and con­scious­ness.

Baba spoke to one of his dis­ci­ples say­ing, “If a man utters my name with love, I shall ful­fill all his wishes, and increase his devo­tion. And if he sings earnestly of my life and my deeds, I shall sur­round him in front and back, and on all sides. Believe me, that if any­body sings my lee­las and sur­ren­ders to me, I will give him infi­nite joy and ever last­ing con­tent­ment.” (Sri Satcharita, Chap­ter 3)

The Shirdi Sai Baba sto­tram is a heart­ful prayer, which is con­nected to no spe­cific reli­gion. In Shirdi Sai Baba’s life­time, he cre­ated a bridge con­nect­ing all reli­gions, show­ing that we all are one, and that the true reli­gion is the spir­i­tual prac­tice of love, for­give­ness, faith and patience. This sto­tram, sung for almost a hun­dred years, con­sists of 108 ‘glo­ri­ous’ names of Shirdi Sai Baba, reflect­ing his extra­or­di­nary life and deeds. …read more

Shirdi Baba Sto­tram Translit­er­a­tion, Tel­ugu and Mean­ing

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New Ren­di­tion of the Sri Sai Satchar­i­tra


“Baba is the soul doc­tor to make your life happy, healthy and glorious.”

—Sri Kalesh­war


“A new yuga started in 2000, it is the Sai Yuga. In the Sai Yuga, every­body will love Shirdi Baba. Who­ever has Baba’s pic­ture in their house will have unbe­liev­able energy and bless­ings from him. If any­one just thinks of him, “Oh Baba, I love you.” Then he says, “I love you too.”

—Sri Kalesh­war

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