Sai Baba of Shirdi by Sri 'M'
Rs. 100

1 MP3 CD

"Sai Baba of Shirdi preached the quintessence of all relgions. He had conquered worldly existence; peace and quietness was what he wore as his robe; wisdom, he had in plenty. People from all castes, creed, religions and ways of thinking used to visit him. He had no love for perishable things.

He was always engrossed in the bliss of his own self. He had no time or pleasure for things of this world. His heart was as clear as a mirror and his speech reflected the sweetness of realisation. Rich and poor were the same to him. Honour and dishonour, he looked at equally. He spoke like the Lord of beings, freely mixed with all people. He was meek, humble and egoless. He was as calm and deep as the sea. He acted like a Sadhaka sometimes though he was a fully established Siddha..."

- Sri 'M'

About Sri 'M'

'M' (Mumtaz Ali), as he prefers to be called and is popularly known, is a genuinely secular voice that has assimilated the essence of all religions and is committedly engaged in passing on his understanding of the oneness of all religious paths to spiritual seekers.

Born into a muslim family in Kerala in 1949, 'M' nurtured keen interest towards spiritual pursuit since childhood. Even as a lad he spent time reading books on yoga, vedanta and vedic scriptures. At twenty, he could no longer subdue his strong attraction towards the Himalayas where he met his great master. Emulating the teachings and life of his guru, 'M' strongly asserts that one has to live like the lotus, which, while growing in water and deriving its nourishment from it, still does not let water wet its petals. He shuns the pseudo outer shell of all formal religions, yet cognizes their inner mysticism that can nourish the innate goodness in all human beings.

To all those who seek clarifications, guidance and help in spiritual matters he is available with matchless compassion and unconditional love. He lives in a valley on the outskirts of Madanapalli in Andhra Pradesh but is often on the move travelling far and wide for lectures. He writes and paints when he is not away from his house "Snow White" in Madanapalli. Although not formally trained in music, 'M' sings beautiful bhajans in mellifluous tunes. He is a 'grihasta' not a monk, an has wife and two children.

"Go to the core" he says, "theories are useless".