Sathya Sai Baba Deceptions Exposed

Exposing major deceits by guru Sathya Sai Baba in India, incl. murders cover-up & widely alleged sexual abuse

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Sai Baba temple in Dilsukhnagar, Hyderabad bombing?

Posted by robertpriddy on April 11, 2013

In February 2013 there was another bomb blast at ‘the’ Sai Baba temple in Hyderabad, killing 16 persons and injuring 114. The original bomb plan would have see an estimated 50 deaths. It was claimed that it was the Student Islamist Movement of India that carried out the outrage, but not confirmed since no further information is found on-line as to any results of investigations. The news outlets simply stated it was a ‘Sai Baba’ temple, but do not specify whether this was Shirdi or Sathya. It so happens it was a Shirdi Sai Baba temple. The media evidently assume that Shirdi Sai Baba is the one which crowds visit and is known to all so they did not need to specify this? If Islamists are so opposed to Shirdi Sai Baba, who was a Muslim (though clearly not a strictly fundamentalist one), they would be more so towards Sathya Sai Baba, who was primarily a Hindu, and a Hindu nationalist to boot.

Original plan was to bomb Sai Baba temple in Dilsukhnagar A major lead that has emerged in Thursday’s Hyderabad twin blasts investigations — in which 16 people were killed and 114 injured . “The original plan was to carry out an attack at the Sai Baba temple; and had this been executed we would have seen over 50 deaths. As per the information available the plan was to plant three bombs at the temple area. However, due to the visit to the temple by the commissioner, security was high and there was heavy police presence. This made the group change its plan at the last minute and plant the bomb on bicycles away from the temple area,” a NIA source says.
Hyderabad blasts: 60 hours of CCTV footage crucial to case
Hyd blasts: Ammonium nitrate procured locally, say cops
Dilsukh Nagar’s second tryst with terror  That blast was blamed on the Students Islamic Movement of India, which was allegedly taking revenge after it was banned by the Union government. The case was handled by the Andhra Pradesh crime investigation department. During the course of the investigations the police found that members of the SIMI  had coordinated with some Lashkar-e-Tayiba officials, namely Syed Aziz and Mohd Azam, and carried out that attack.

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Shirdi Sai stated “I am not God”, while Sathya misrepresented him

Posted by robertpriddy on September 30, 2011

Shirdi Sai uttered “I am NOT God but a humble servant of God”.
Allah Malik.

This statement runs totally counter to the claim by Sathya Sai Baba that Sai Baba of Shirdi was an avatar of God, the first in a trio of which Sathya Sai Baba claimed to be the second and most powerful. Anyone who has read the Sri Sai Satcharita or read the relevant literature on Shirdi Sai Baba will know that he never proclaimed himself as God, but lived most parsimoniously as a true sannyasin (renunciate) in an old open temple as a beggar and servant of the community, reportedly giving away everything that was donated for the purpose to him before the end of each day. In short, totally unlike Sathya Sai Baba of Puttaparthi who has lived in a series of palatial apartments – fortresses defended by devices and armed security men – and pretended never to accept anything from anyone (even though dozens of followers have reported that he did –  and even asked outright for money – as in my case and of others I knew well!). After his death when his fortress was opened, a vast array of gold, silver, jewels, currency and a huge stock of other valuables down to and including dried fruit and biscuits, had been hoarded there by him and hidden away in caches making it difficult to locate everything!

The differences between Shirdi Sai and Sathya Sai (born Sathya Narayana Raju) are so many and crucial that the claims of Sathya Baba are clearly false. He knew of Shirdi Baba, as did many others throughout India, from his early years, and he took over the name and pretended to be a reincarnation of him. This was a sure way of gaining prominence, considering the gullibility of hyper-religious villagers and also much of the middle class too. There are many around India today who claim to be reincarnations of the same Godheads as did Sathya, and many of them are doing very well on the back of it! To study the differences, as well as the less striking similarities, take a look at th works of Marianne warren or Kevin R.D. Shepherd, both of whom address the comparisons. UNRAVELLING THE ENIGMA– SHIRDI SAI BABA – IN THE LIGHT OF SUFISM by Marianne Warren  and THE ‘SAI BABA MOVEMENT by Kevin R.D. Shepherd

See also:Shirdi Sai Baba and Sathya Sai Baba
Shirdi Sai much more popular than Sathya Sai – statistics

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