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Q: Puttaparthi Saibaba -- Let us pray to God for his recovering from illness. I have not had opportunity to meet him in person for darshan. Many of you must have had personal experiences which you cherish -- yes, many of your prayers would have been answered. Lakhs and lakhs of people all over the world worship him as God and it cannot be without the special powers/qualities/divine blessing on/through him. I am sure many members from our forum will put forth their experiences briefly.
-- Anonymous, India 04/14/11
A: Dear Friends Following are the Sayings of Divine Baba Why I have come

I have come to light the lamp of love…

“I have come to light the lamp of love in your hearts, to see that it shines day by day with added lustre. I have not come to speak on behalf of any particular Dharma (religion), like Hinduism. I have not come on any mission of publicity for any sect or creed or cause; nor have I come to collect followers for any doctrine. I have no plan to attract disciples or devotees into My fold or any fold. I have come to tell you of this Universal unitary faith, this Atmic principle (principle


Q: I am pained to note the death of more than 100 people in Sabarimala on 14th. We had such instances in Mecca also a few years back. Such stampede incidents take place because the number of people visiting the shrine/mosque is alarmingly high on particular days and the authorities are not having sufficient manpower/finance to take care of such eventualities. In fact, I had been Guruvayur in May 2010 and even in that temple queue management was outside the temple whereas once you are inside the temple the crowd pushes you from all directions. Purposely the authorities seem to be slack in maintaining queue for no reason. If only some important authority shows a little keenness in normal days at least there will be less problems for pilgrims. Instead of everybody going on the same day why not it be spread throughout a month or year so that there is less crowd and less problems in worshipping places/temples. I know many will tell that worshipping on a particular day is more beneficial. I would like the viewers to give their ideas/thoughts briefly regarding this.
-- Anonymous, India 01/15/11
A: Dear Friend

It was a great tragedy

The government should be blamed for its laxity

Makara Jyothi dasrsan is not a sudden event but occuring every year for Sankranthi.

Every year the no of piligrims are on raise and the facilities for their visit is gettting reduced including safety

Had the government taken initiative and organised the law and order there might not have been this typeof life tragedies

Present happening where in more than 100 lives were lost should be an eye opener and should immediateltely act to protect the lives

If any problem is perceived as dress code e


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