Manjeshwari P MYSORE


! Saint Shirdi Sai Baba!


Ek Santh aisa Shirdi mein hai bassa
Chaha na kuch Apna, banaya sab ko Apna
SAI RAM, SAI SHYAM, SAI BANAYE BIGADE KAAM
Na koi uncha, na koi neecha, na koi aamir, na koi gharib
Na koi Hindu hai, Na koi musalmaan hai, Na koi aur dharm ka hai
Sab ek hai Uske Nazar mein, Bas pyar aur vishwas ho saath
Jo Sai ko maante hai, woh yeh baat jaante hai, maante hai
Pyar se phir sar pe humare rakhenge Sai Apna Haath
Kushiyon ka hoga barsaat.

Shirdi is blessed by this Saint's presence
Shirdi Sai Baba, the guiding spirit of love
He helps those who seek Him
He resides in every heart that loves Him
Sai is Ram, Sai is Shyam, Sai is EkNaam
Sai Resolves all problems
Nobody is rich, Nobody is poor, Nobody is high, Nobody is low
Nobody is a Hindu, Nobody is Muslim, Nobody is of any other religion
Everybody is the same in His Eyes, as long as they have love and faith
Those who have faith in Him know this, follow this
He smilingly places His Hand on us and blesses us with eternal bliss.

Submitted: Saturday, February 07, 2009
Edited: Friday, June 19, 2009

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