Sri Sathya Sai Baba: a life

By: Aitken, Bill
Publisher: New Delhi Penguin Books India 2004Description: xi, 259 p.ISBN: 9780670058075Subject(s): Spiritual life - Hinduism | Sathya Sai BabaDDC classification: 294.5 Summary: Born to a poor family in the village of Puttaparthi in southern Andhra Pradesh, Sathyanarayan Raju was a bright, talented and confident boy whose charitable nature and religiosity belied his tender age. Deeply suspicious of his spiritual precociousness, his father made him go through a traumatic exorcism. But the boy already had a devoted band of followers and, when he was thirteen, announced that he was the shirdi sai baba reborn. Today, sri sathya sai baba has an estimated thirty million followers worldwide.
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Born to a poor family in the village of Puttaparthi in southern Andhra Pradesh, Sathyanarayan Raju was a bright, talented and confident boy whose charitable nature and religiosity belied his tender age. Deeply suspicious of his spiritual precociousness, his father made him go through a traumatic exorcism. But the boy already had a devoted band of followers and, when he was thirteen, announced that he was the shirdi sai baba reborn. Today, sri sathya sai baba has an estimated thirty million followers worldwide.

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