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Satya Pal Ruhela

Haryana, India

Prof Sathya Pal Ruhela (eighty years old), born on 2 February 1935, is a pioneering Indian sociologist of education, a teacher, an educator, a spiritualist and an ardent devotee of both the Sai Avatars- Sri Shirdi Sai Baba and Sri Sathya Sai Baba. He has been in Sai’s fold for the last forty years. He has written books on sociology, Indian sociology, Somalia, education, spirituality and both the incarnations of Sai Baba. He served as a Professor of Education (Sociology), Head and Dean of the Faculty of Education, Jamia Millia Islamia (Central University), New Delhi. He was awarded Maharshi Bhrigu Samman in 2011 for his valuable contributions during his lifetime in the fields of behavioral sciences, literature, humanity and social development. He was given the honor also because of his extraordinary achievements by his innovative and positive thinking and commitment to being a thinker, scholar, researcher, scientist and teacher for national prosperity.


Sri Shirdi Sai Baba (1838–1918) was the first Sai Avatar (incarnation) in the Sai Trinity. His name and fame have been spreading like wildfire throughout the world. He is venerated and worshipped by billions of inhabitants on this planet. His life as a Sufi fakir, simple yet penetrating teachings, countless astounding miracles, blessings to everyone who simply chant His name, "Sai" and His great impact as the unique Jagat Guru (Universal Master) are duly acknowledged by billions of people from all races, religions, cultures and nations. Many Shirdi Sai Baba temples have been built not only in India, but also in many foreign countries like the UK, USA, Russia, Africa, Mauritius and eastern countries. Almost fifty-eight websites and twelve journals propagate His name. Still, most Sai devotees in the world do not know many crucial facts about Him. The book contains valuable information about prominent Shirdi Sai organizations, web sites, temples and books. ...

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Sri Sathya Sai Baba (1926-2011) was the second Sai Avatar(incarnation) in the Sai Trinity. Sri Shirdi Sai Baba (1838-1918) was the first one, and the third one – Sri Prema Sai Baba – is yet to come in the 21st century to finish the uncompleted divine role of the three Sai incarnations. The uniqueness of Sri Sathya Sai Baba – the thrilling rainbow of His spiritual teachings, countless astounding miracles, multi-faceted global contributions to the welfare of humanity and universal impact as the harbinger of the Sathya-yug (Age of Truth) – has been duly acknowledged by billions of people of all races, religions, cultures and nations. This comprehensive book reveals His divine mystery and contributions to humanity and focuses on how His divine grace may be achieved by anyone. It is a combined volume of the author’s three renowned books – Sri Sathya Sai Baba: Experiencing His Mystery and Experiencing His Love, How to Receive Sri Sathya Sai Baba’s Grace and Worship of Sri Sathya Sai Baba. ...

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This is the Hindi version of the unique spiritual book ‘How I found God’ by the eminent Zoroastrian spiritualist Yogi Minocher K. Spencer (1889-1958). In it, he has very painstakingly recorded all the wonderful day-to-day messages and instructions received by him in his daily mediation sessions from the great Spirit Master Rishi Ram Ram during 1942-1946 and there-after from Ahura Mazda (God) assuming the form of Sri Shirdi Sai Baba (who had became God after his completion of his avatari career in Shirdi in 1918). Also recorded in it are the various encouraging occasional messages of Spirit Masters like Zoroaster, Krishna, Christ, the Buddha, Meher Baba, Raman Maharishi, and Madame Blavatsky. . His soul had taken only three human births in which it craved for the realization of God. To fulfill its ardent desire for God, in the first birth, it was in the form of Patricio (1213-1339) who became a very famous Italian Christian peripatetic monk But he failed to have the revelation of God as he despised all other religions. In the second birth, it was embodied in the form of a poor and unhappy married South Indian Hindu woman who also, despite her virtues, great sacrifices and selfless social service in her slum, could not have the revelation of God due to her over attachment for her own children. In the soul’s third human birth as Minoo (Minocher), God ultimately fulfilled its ardent desire for the revelation of God by appointing the great Spirit Master Rishi Ram as his guardian Spirit Master and later in 1946 took over the role of imparting him spiritual training. Sri Shirdi Sai Baba, as Ahura Mazda (God) strongly motivated him to selfless service as Secretary of Leper’s Hospital in Karachi, do prolonged and intense Sadhana(Meditation), contact spirits of the Other World, study spiritualism and write Spiritual poems and books. HE gave the title ‘How I found God’ in 1949 to Yogi Spencer. He was able to complete this ...

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