Sai Panchamrit is a unique collection of 5 intricate pendants in 18k gold & diamond each inspired from the various attributes of Shree Sai Babas life; His teachings, His work, His miracles, His devotion & His life itself.
'Sai Baba's Padukas were installed under the Neem tree in 1834 shaka, (1912 AD), as a memory of Baba's coming to Shirdi. A shloka in Sanskrit was inscribed. Sada Nimbavrikshasya Mooladhivasat Sudhasravinum Tiktamapyapriyam Tam Tarum Kalpavrikshadhikam Sadhayantam Namamishwaram Sadgurum Sainatham Translation : I bow to the Lord Sai Nath, Who by His constant stay at the foot of the Neem tree made it better than the Kalpavruksha (wish - fulfilling tree).'
'The precious casket is made to hold Udi (the sacred ash), which is the end product of the perpetual fire (dhuni) lit by Sai Baba in Dwarkamai at Shirdi during his lifetime. By its distribution, Sai Baba taught that all phenomena in nature are perishable and unworthy of our craving. It is the purest substance on earth, having tremendous curative powers for many physical and mental maladies. It also confers health, prosperity, freedom from anxiety, and many other worldly gains.'
'The navratna, or nine auspicious gemstones, symbolise the nine forms of devotion or bhakti that Baba taught: Shravan - hearing of God's name Kirtan - singing bhajans of God Smaran - remembering God's name Padasevan - massaging God's feet Archana - worshipping God with flowers etc. Namaskar - bowing and offering salutations to god Dasya - selfless service to god Sakhyan - true friendship with God Atmanivedan - surrender of self to God'
'The fundamental principles of Sai Path are 'Shraddha' and 'Saburi'. Sai Baba explicitly asked for these two qualities in his devotees. 'Shraddha' is faith with love and reverence. 'Saburi' is patience and perseverance. If one has these two traits, they would see one through every turmoil of life to one's spiritual goal: liberation.'
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Sai Panchamrit is a unique collection of 5 intricate pendants in 18ct gold and diamond, each inspired by the various attributes of Shree Sai Baba's life. His teachings, work, miracles, devotion, and life itself.