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      COVER STORY: SAI BABA


      Test of Faith

      As India's most enduring god-man enters his 75th year, his spirituality
      rests uneasily with controversy


      By Amarnath K. Menon and Ashok Malik in Puttaparthi
      FACTSHEET SAI BABA
      DEVOTEESPEAK
      P.C.SORCAR: " Baba's A Bad Trickster"
      A GOD ACCUSED

      Of all the qualities his disciples attribute to Sathya Sai Baba, there
      is one that almost every Indian will recognise as truly divine:
      punctuality. On Thursday, November 23, to mark his 74th birthday-or, to
      use official g*****loquence, "the 75th year of the advent of the Sri Sai
      Avatar" - Sai Baba was to drive in to Puttaparthi's Sri Sathya Sai (SSS)
      Hill View Stadium at the dot of 7.00 a.m. As usual, he was bang on time.

      The Baba with his VIP guests at the convocation ceremony
      The galleries of the stadium-which accommodate 30,000 spectators when
      Sai Baba devotees such as Sunil Gavaskar, Alvin Kalicharan, Sanath
      Jayasuriya and Sachin Tendulkar help organise cricket matches-were
      almost packed. The turf, a remarkably verdant patch in Andhra Pradesh's
      otherwise arid Rayalaseema region, seated an estimated 1,00,000
      devotees. On the stage - a pink, blue and yellow film set-like
      construction, with winged angels playing bugles and flanking the symbols
      of the world's major religions - sat a twitching chief guest, Union
      Human Resources Development Minister Murli Manohar Joshi. Next to him
      was the silver throne, waiting, like the throng, for the Master.

      Joshi had arrived only at 6.30 a.m., the others had begun gathering as
      early as 4.00 a.m. At 5.15 a.m., a policeman said, the customary white
      that Sai Baba's disciples wear had more or less effaced the green of the
      grass. If there were 1,00,000 and more inside, there were an equal
      number outside. Puttaparthi, a town that usually houses 20,000 people,
      was today playing host to 2,50,000, its precarious infrastructure
      fraying at the edges.

      All of Puttaparthi as it were seemed to wait in this private colosseum
      for the Afro-haired Caesar to ride in triumphant. At about a minute
      before 7.00 a.m. came the caparisoned elephant, then the brass band,
      troupes of dancing children and, finally, Sai Baba himself, waving
      gently from his motorised gold and silver chariot.

      As balloons with Sai Baba's likeness were released and crackers were
      burst in a rough and ready rendition of a 21-gun salute, the march past
      began. China, Saudi Arabia, Liechtenstein, the Cayman Islands, Nauru,
      Australia, Western Samoa: flagbearers from 165 countries (see box)
      presented themselves before Sai Baba. Later came the birthday hymn. A
      multi-ethnic choir sang a trilingual Redeemer of mankind ... yug avatar
      Sai to the tune of Happy birthday to you.

      The valedictory sermon was, of course, Sai Baba's 90-minute Telugu
      discourse on love and truth and the oneness of God, on "Bad name is
      debt, reputation is wealth", on "constant integrated
      awareness"-translated instantly and with evangelical zeal by the
      long-serving Anil Kumar Kamaraju. The Platinum Preacher finally left in
      his white Mercedes-a maroon BMW is his other car. The scene shifted to
      the kitchens of neighbouring Prasanthi Nilayam (Abode of Peace), Sai
      Baba's sprawling 100-acre ashram. It was time for the feeding of the
      multitude.

      Pg. 2

      The Decision That Changed It All

      The numbers may have been larger than usual but the adulation and the
      atmosphere could hardly have been unknown to Sai Baba. He is after all
      among India's most enduring godmen; 60 years have passed since teenaged
      Sathyanarayana Raju returned home from school, flung away his books and
      told his sister-in-law, "I am no longer your Sathya, I am Sai", the
      reincarnation of the Sai Baba of Shirdi.

      That "Grand Declaration" changed an individual's destiny-and a village's
      too. From a nondescript hamlet, Puttaparthi is now a fairly bustling
      town. It has a floating population of 10,000 on normal days-adding 50
      per cent to its fulltime strength-and survives thanks to the Sai Baba
      industry.

      In the fortnight leading up to the birthday, as Prasanthi Nilayam and
      its surroundings buzzed with the activity of the World Sai Conference,
      the convocation of the SSS Institute of Higher Learning-a deemed
      university, the vice-chancellor of which is S.V. Giri, former Union
      education secretary-and numerous other functions, Puttaparthi commerce
      was in its elements.

      It was "festival time" and so the Sai Santosh Hotel trebled its room
      rent from Rs 350 a night on November 21 to Rs 1,000 a night 24 hours
      later. Italian devotees arriving hours before the birthday bash paid Rs
      1,000 for a bed and a pillow in the foyer of Hotel Sai Plaza. Close by,
      the "World Peace Cafe & German Bakery" did brisk business offering,
      among other items, yak cheese sandwiches, Danish rolls, French bread,
      bagels, vegetarian tacos, cinammon sticks from China and two brands of
      decaffienated coffee, one Swiss the other American. Puttaparthi was
      catering to the world.

      No doubt Sai tourists also dropped in on the 50 Kashmiri carpet sellers
      who have set up shop in Puttaparthi, the Tibetan curio shop that has
      opened and the textile and handicrafts mela that invited itself to the
      birthday celebrations. As always in India, the economics of religion
      could be matched only by its politics. At the birthday celebrations,
      Joshi was kept company by Congress MPs S.B. Chavan and Shivraj Patil and
      a whole host of minor politicos.

      From P.V. Narasimha Rao to N. Chandrababu Naidu, every Andhra Pradesh
      chief minister has paid obeisance to Sai Baba. The two exceptions have
      been the late Neelam Sanjeeva Reddy, who was, like the Puttaparthi
      savant, a native of Anantapur district, and N.T. Rama Rao, who with his
      inclinations towards ochre robes and divinity, thought of Sai Baba's
      charisma as a rival to his own.

      Where netas go, babus follow. The bureaucrat club was present in great
      numbers at Puttaparthi this past week. H.J. Dora, the director-general
      of police in Andhra Pradesh and Sai Baba's chauffeur when the religious
      leader visits Hyderabad, was at hand. So was P.L. Sanjeeva Reddy,
      secretary, Department of Company Affairs at the Centre.

      Over the years Sai Baba's establishment has been served by a galaxy of
      civil servants. Former Andhra Pradesh chief secretaries I.J. Naidu and
      K.V. Natarajan worked for him after retirement. Another former IAS man,
      P. Sitapathi, is now Sai Baba's pro. K. Chakravarthy, an IAS officer of
      20 years standing, resigned from the government in 1981 to become
      registrar of the Institute of Higher Learning and is now secretary of
      the SSS Central Trust, the fulcrum of Puttaparthi.

      P.N. Bhagwati, former chief justice, and Y.V. Anjaneyulu, formerly of
      the Andhra Pradesh High Court, are members of the Central Trust
      management committee. So too was Justice V.B. Eradi till he was removed
      recently and Justice Padma Khastagir till she died. Former air chiefs
      O.P. Mehra and N.C. Suri are Sai Baba devotees. Just before he took over
      as chief of army staff, General S. Padmanabhan visited Puttaparthi.

      This intense concentration of power is both a handicap and an asset for
      Prasanthi Nilayam. The civil servants bring with them their penchant for
      shadowplay. Crowds are meant to be controlled to the point of
      regimentation. The press is an unnecessary obtrusion. Subordinates
      practically click their heels and address senior ashram functionaries as
      "Sir". In some ways, it is the spiritual answer to Delhi's Shastri
      Bhavan.

      The other side of the story is that Sai Baba is the sole veto holder. He
      balances the equations between competing coteries and keeps everybody on
      their toes. So when it comes to the smallest decision, only "Swami" can
      take it-but nobody has the courage to ask him to. Like so many
      institution builders, Sai Baba believes in centralised command. This has
      its pitfalls. When the charges of paedophilia (see accompanying story)
      began being levelled, nobody at Prasanthi Nilayam was ready with a
      counterattack.

      Today, even the murder attempt on Sai Baba in 1993, in which his driver
      and cook died and the four disciples turned alleged assailants summarily
      shot by the police, is linked to inter-coterie warfare.

      Despite the intrigues, for literally tens of millions of people around
      the globe Sai Baba is an object of reverence. While he himself says, "I
      am God and you are also God. There is latent divinity in us all", for
      the believers he is the embodiment of the Almighty. "Can an ordinary
      mortal retain a youthful look? Without wearing glasses or wrinkles?"
      asks a wonder-struck Mitsuru Iwakai, a Japanese creative arts student
      spending six months in Puttaparthi.

      Where does Sai Baba stand in the pantheon of the mystical men of the
      east? In terms of political clout, he can be matched only by the late
      Chandrasekhara Saraswathi, the shankaracharya of Kanchi who died at 99
      in 1994. While the shankaracharya's influence was derived from an
      ancient seat, Sai Baba is a self-made preceptor. In a society governed
      by a strict caste hierarchy, his family's origins as a cowherd people of
      the Bhattaraju community-consanguineous to the backward caste Kapus and
      analogous to the north Indian Yadavs-have never been an issue. Nor is
      Sai Baba a jealous god. You can worship Christ or Krishna or Allah, he
      says, and still believe in him. This has obviously widened his appeal.

      As opposed to the libertine permissiveness of a Rajneesh, Sai Baba is
      quite conventional, men and women not being allowed to live or eat
      together in Prasanthi Nilayam. Against the philosophical profundity of a
      Jiddu Krishnamurthi or a Swami Ranganathananda, Sai Baba may appear
      embarrassingly epigrammatic: "What is youth? You Think Like Hanuman";
      "Help Ever, Hurt Never." Even so, he seems to speak the language-if not
      in words in wavelength-of the individual disciple. Followers explain he
      dumbs down his message to reach a larger audience.

      That last point really is the key to Sai Baba's future plans. He has
      predicted that he will die in 2022 and, eight years later, be reborn in
      Gunaparthi village of Karnataka's Mandya district to a woman called
      Kasturi. His next avatar will be called Prema Sai Baba and will have
      nothing to do with Puttaparthi.

      In his early days, Sai Baba used his "miracles"-in 1990, P. Ramachandra
      Reddy, Hyderabad anaesthetist, recalls, "The Swami's miraculous healing
      helped cure a paralytic attack in my left arm"-to gain a following. Now
      he realises there is need for a more lasting impact, in the form of
      schools, hospitals and drinking water projects. The first 74 years have
      been spent converting the individual into the institution. The remaining
      22 will be a shot at immortality.

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      Put “Sai Baba” in any search engine and you will find a lot of articles proving him as a fake.

      This man actually claims to be god…
      "A woman has got to be able to say, and not feel guilty, 'Who am I, and what do I want out of life?' She mustn't feel selfish and neurotic if she wants goals of her own, outside of husband and children"

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      Who is Sai Baba? Is he that big saffron clown who leads that Hindu cult and seems to have many, many devotees?

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      mallik he is living in india we can tolerate
      these religious intermediaries and god-man
      it is legal in india to call yourself whatever you want.it is not blasphemous.
      he did not say anything against pakistan or islam and he is not a politician

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      rvikz so he IS the big bushy-haired saffron CLOWN that has so many "educated" Hindu's enthralled with his "God-like" status? My god what a sad, pathetic and frankly hilarious site this goon makes. And people way up are devoted to him! What does that show about India?


      And what does this have to do with Islam and Pakistan? Touched another raw nerve have I ?

      [This message has been edited by Malik73 (edited February 02, 2001).]

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      Is he that dude with the funky 70's afro?

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      [QUOTE]Originally posted by Malik73:
      rvikz so he IS the big bushy-haired saffron CLOWN that has so many "educated" Hindu's enthralled with his "God-like" status? My god what a sad, pathetic and frankly hilarious site this goon makes. And people way up are devoted to him! What does that show about India?

      These kind of characters are found all over the world they are not unique to India. It shows that in India there is seperation of state and religion, it is upto people to decide who they want to worship.


      And what does this have to do with Islam and Pakistan? Touched another raw nerve have I ?

      No it means that Indians are free to indulge in this kind idiocracies if they so desire. Although many of us disagree with this kind of cults, we don't get excited about them and respect people's right to indulge in them.



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      No it means that Indians are free to indulge in this kind idiocracies if they so desire
      No doubt they are.



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      Insulting Muhammed earns one the burning down of a printing house.

      Insulting another holy man, and there is no outcry at all.

      hypocrisy.

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      Originally posted by astrosfan:
      Insulting Muhammed earns one the burning down of a printing house.

      Insulting another holy man, and there is no outcry at all.

      hypocrisy.

      Holy man??

      This is a site describing Sai Baba
      http://www.psychics.co.uk/saischool.html


      This is a site claiming he is a fake
      http://vclass.mtsac.edu:940/dlane/saidebates.htm


      On another note, when people are proving a point why do they consider the testimony of a white man so important?
      "A woman has got to be able to say, and not feel guilty, 'Who am I, and what do I want out of life?' She mustn't feel selfish and neurotic if she wants goals of her own, outside of husband and children"

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      Whether or not he actually is a fake, millions of people could really care less. To them, he is God incarnate.

      Imagine if one of his followers decided that you weren't allowed to point out he was a fake, and would burn down your property, and threaten your life as well as your kids if you continue to point out your "version".

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      mallik there is no law against religious
      personalities. i also heard about pirs exploitation of innocent pakistanis.
      religens are made to cheat people kep them diverted from real issues.
      you can see in these forum 20,000 posts
      about religen arguing about minor issues
      that happended thousands of years ago.

      if you have such a such a superior religious upbringing and have a high moral value
      learned from religious personlaities how come so much corrupt politicians in pakistan.



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      Originally posted by Malik73:
      rvikz so he IS the big bushy-haired saffron CLOWN that has so many "educated" Hindu's enthralled with his "God-like" status? My god what a sad, pathetic and frankly hilarious site this goon makes. And people way up are devoted to him! What does that show about India?


      And what does this have to do with Islam and Pakistan? Touched another raw nerve have I ?

      [This message has been edited by Malik73 (edited February 02, 2001).]
      the only difference between cult and religion is that cult has fewer followers and religion has more. why saibaba is fake and someone who claims to be prophet and claims to get messages from god, a true man. the later is true only because he has more followers.

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      Originally posted by astrosfan:
      Whether or not he actually is a fake, millions of people could really care less. To them, he is God incarnate.

      Imagine if one of his followers decided that you weren't allowed to point out he was a fake, and would burn down your property, and threaten your life as well as your kids if you continue to point out your "version".
      Do you think there is no limit to freedom of speech.??

      Then why cant you cry "fire" in a theatre falsely & claim you are just exercising your rights of freedom of speech.But my ignorent friend ,you will be prosecuted even in this "free" country.
      Those that ensure freedom for you the defence dept of this country prize there secrecy law over your rights to know Why??
      And what about the responsibility of the govt. to PROTECT innoncent naive gullible citizens of India fom CON artistes.Whithout calling any one con,keeping an eye on every activities in side the country is Govts. job & thats why as far as possible there are licensing,regulatory boards& standardisation of weight & measurements BY GOVT. which is to protect DUTY is far above than letting you have .Your rights call all that is written by Arun Shourie,Anwar Sheikh,Varsha Bhosle,Observer Rss Jan Sangh,Hindu Mahasabha Mouth piece print media as freedom of speech ,we call it 'fitna' satanic verses.

      There is some responsibility of the paper and its employees particularly
      those responsible for monitoring ,editing & allowing materials to be
      published.It certainly ,reflects the philosophy and point of view of the
      paper ,by condoning such material.No freedom of expression gives total
      freedom to a person to get his thought published.The owner of the
      publication reserves that right under best of free press in the most
      free country.
      I have had my views refused to be printed or posted on the internet
      forum,with much less outlandish claim than blashphemy,sacriligeous and
      offensive that the letter as reported.Its accepted law above the
      freedomof speech Lets not mistake this suppression of freedom,or
      censorship but rather exercising the right of the publication not
      exerting its right fully responsibly.

      More over,Pakistan hardlyneeds to emulate laws that give con mans likr Rajnesh Maharishi & false religions to dupe ,trick &mislead with consent of govt, in the name of FREEDOM.

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      "The greatest trick that the devil played was to convince that he doesn't exist"movie-Usual Suspect

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      the only difference between cult and religion is that cult has fewer
      followers and religion has more. why saibaba is fake and someone who
      claims to be prophet and claims to get messages from god, a true man.
      the later is true only because he has more followers.

      zz,If that applied,then in India MORE ppl.are NON muslims than Muslims.By your defenition muslims would be CULT,& hinduism,whose followers have no idea still whether they are religion or inhabitants east of INDUS ,would be a defenite RELIGION.LOL,he he he he

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      zz,If that applied,then in India MORE ppl.are NON muslims than Muslims.By your defenition muslims would be CULT,& hinduism,whose followers have no idea still whether they are religion or inhabitants east of INDUS ,would be a defenite RELIGION.LOL,he he he he

      What he is trying to say is that many cults of past are called religions today. Cult can easily become a religion if more people around the world follow it. There is not much difference between Sai baba and some of the other religious leaders.


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      "These kind of characters are found all over the world they are not
      unique to India. It shows that in India there is seperation of state and
      religion, it is upto people to decide who they want to worship."
      Rani,
      One of the duty of Govt. is to PROTECT .Even if you disvow yourself not to interfere in the private life of citizens including worship,you wouldnt want family man to frequent prostitutes if not for religion but for the medical & social good of the society.You wouldnt want an old widow to give all her husbands hard earned wealth to some Religion claiming they will 'book a seat in the heaven'.or con you by tricks to believe in him totally & control over your FREEDOM that govt, so meticulously doesnt want to step on.
      Face it & dont argue just for the sake of oppsing islam,These charlatons,snake oil men like Pillai who invented gasoline from water,Bahgvan Rajnesh has been PROVEN CRIMINALS,& its only time before Sai Ba Ba ,& another Godman working with Narsimmah rao & many Many more are result of false notion of religion that indians have!sort of lost without a compass!

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      [QUOTE]Originally posted by rvikz:
      if you have such a such a superior religious upbringing and have a high moral value
      learned from religious personlaities how come so much corrupt politicians in pakistan.

      Rvikz,

      There are many ppl. who have had oral se*x with there intern like Monica.But when the President of the most powerful; nation does its is of concern.If Nawaz Or Zia Or Bhutto ,are corrupt so are Narsimmah Rao,Jaylalitha,Karunanidhi ,Joyti Basu.We in fact blame all politicians of the world over to be corrupt until proven otherwise!
      Its different with Holy man,They like our doctors trust in them to come to our bed rooms,be alone with them ,bare our souls & body to them,& higher morality hippocratic oath,pious above average controll & behaviour is expected of them b/c of nature of work encounter,they have with humans.
      No body can take a corrupt priest ,spiritual adviser or immoral doctor,untrustworthy.So blaming politicians for being the cause of religous figure ,may be it works in hinduism ,BUT not in Islam b/c thats why religion SUPERSEDES even the govt in islamic laws.




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