We need Sai Forever…at 6, 16 and 60!: Shirdi Sai

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Notion Press, May 23, 2018 - Young Adult Nonfiction - 80 pages
In this book, the author explains how he came in close contact with Sai Baba of Shirdi when he was 21 years old and why he felt the need to write this book. He says that he was inspired by Sai Himself. This book targets the youth of today as they need Sai regardless of caste, creed, religion and geographies. The author is convinced that all the readers, irrespective of their age, will find the right direction through this book, which will add meaning not only to their lives, but also to the lives of many directionless souls. WE NEED SAI FOREVER…AT 6, 16 AND 60! SAURABH KHANNA

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Why This Book?
Lifes Nuances 3 Trust and Complete Surrender 4 Shraddha and Saburi
Material Wealth and Sai 7 Our Relationship with God 8 Sai Appears in Dreams 9 Lessons of Life from the Bhagavad Gita 10 Karma is Dharma
Age of Devotion

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About the author (2018)

The author is a highly qualified professional, who has travelled globally and has been in close touch with Sai for over two decades. He is a Civil Engineer with a Masters Degree and works at a top position for one of the most reputed global Infrastructure consulting firms. He comes from a reputed business family of South Delhi, India. He is spiritualistic and has given many discourses and trainings on many allied topics including how spirituality is different from religion and how one can merge spiritually into daily lives and actions. He has thoroughly read and understood scriptures like the Sai Satcharita, Bhagavad Gita, Srimad Bhagavatam, Ramcharitmanas, etc. He is married and has a teenage daughter. He offers this book at the lotus feet of Shirdi Sai, as a gift on the Centenary Celebrations (100 years) of Sai Mahasamadhi. He has also authored the best seller – “I am ‘Draupadi’ - Me through my own eyes” which talks about respect and dignity for humanity and celebrating womanhood.

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