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Om Sai Ram - the name that instantly a devotee utters when they get enrolled in the Maharaja of Shiridi’s court. It will not be understatement to refer to him as the King of kings – for such is the nature and power of Lord Shiridi Sai Baba. Having taken birth as a human being, this saint went through the pangs of human life and attained divine wisdom to share with the world. His religious or family structure is a mystery but considering the effect his birth has had and continues to have on us, it gives little reason to even debate about his roots or preferences. He is transcendental and cuts across humans and all living creatures alike. Shiridi, became the blessed place to host his physical whereabouts and thus Sai Ram’s name is always prefixed by Shiridi.
Millions from around the world throng the various temples constructed on his name but the pearl of pearls is the temple at Shiridi which has his mortal remains till date. Guru, or in other words, the Guide as he is fondly called by his devotees, does full justice to the word as one’s actions bear fruit if done on the name of the Lord. People , strangely will assist us and circumstances will be in our favour when an action is done after seeking his blessings and leaves one spellbound at a loss of words. The effect of the emotion that fills a devotee when a dream comes true/a problem disappears / a disease gets cured in the grace of Sadhguru, leaves little room to even speak about it, as no amount of human communication can capture the gratitude one feels towards the Guru. The temple at Shiridi is easily accessible as trains/buses and all agencies offer numerous travel packages to and fro the temple from all corners of India.