Shirdi Sai Baba Brass Sculptures
Shirdi Sai Baba Brass Sculptures
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This is the statue of the spiritual Guru Sai Baba. Devotees call him a saint and fakir. He was born in a Brahman family and later brought up by a Muslim fakir and his wife. He believed in true devotion, inner peace, charity, love, and forgiveness. He gave the name ‘Dwarkamai’ to the small mosque in which he lived, which is situated in Shirdi (a small town in Maharashtra). He never cared about his identity of being a Hindu or Muslim. He always condemned the division of caste and religion as both Hindu and Muslim were among his disciples and followers. He was given the name ‘Sai’ by a priest Mahalsapati when Sai Baba came to Khandoba Temple in Shirdi and Mahalsapati welcomed him by saying ‘ao Sai’ (Welcome Sai). Some of his axioms were, Sabka Malik Ek (God is one), Allah Malik (God is king), referring to both Hindus and Muslims.

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Views: 286
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This is the statue of the spiritual Guru Sai Baba. Devotees call him a saint and fakir. He was born in a Brahman family and later brought up by a Muslim fakir and his wife. He believed in true devotion, inner peace, charity, love, and forgiveness. He gave the name ‘Dwarkamai’ to the small mosque in which he lived, which is situated in Shirdi (a small town in Maharashtra). He never cared about his identity of being a Hindu or Muslim. He always condemned the division of caste and religion as both Hindu and Muslim were among his disciples and followers. He was given the name ‘Sai’ by a priest Mahalsapati when Sai Baba came to Khandoba Temple in Shirdi and Mahalsapati welcomed him by saying ‘ao Sai’ (Welcome Sai). Some of his axioms were, Sabka Malik Ek (God is one), Allah Malik (God is king), referring to both Hindus and Muslims.

Shirdi Sai Baba Statue: https://www.exoticindiaart.com/product/sculptures/shirdi-sai-baba-XG26/

Brass Statues: https://www.exoticindiaart.com/sculptures/brass/

Hindu God: https://www.exoticindiaart.com/sculptures/hindu/

Sculpture: https://www.exoticindiaart.com/sculptures/