Lover’s Dream

My dream wiggles out of the dormant shell,

Like a snail drenched in celestial deluge,

A dream of red wine that fills the lover’s heart;

My drunken mouth finds your soft mouth,

Crystallizes into an evening of dew,

My ardent lips find your moist lips,

In a kiss predestined and long due;

A kiss of flesh, a kiss of blood,

A kiss so divine,

Uniting our body and soul,

Once again in many lives;

A union blessed by the gods in heaven,

Sprinkled with holy rain drops and drizzly tears,

Precious gems thread in a rosary to chant our name,

Cheered by the moon and the stars ardently,

Lovers reborn in eternity

Anita Bacha



“A book is a dream that you hold in your hands.” ~Neil Gaiman

Dream of Sai Baba

Sharing the dream story of Sai Devotee Ankit.

Reproduced in the own words of Ankit, this write-up is overwhelmingly sweet and packed with innocence and purity.Treat your eyes!


 Sharing a Sai Dream

Courtesy of Ankit Sharma

 On Thursday 08 January 2015, I had an exceptionally beautiful dream of Sri Sathya Baba which I am sharing with all our friends and Sai devotees.

In the dream I see my friend and I with so many devotees standing in a very big hall of a temple. This temple is surrounded by so many trees and is situate in a jungle. We are feeling so much peace and sacred vibes all around the temple.

 In this big hall of temple there is a big tree and under the tree there is a very beautiful statue of Sri Sathya Sai Baba. Near the tree and the statue there is room that is closed from inside. 
All the devotees are standing there with so much impatience and waiting for someone who is inside the room. Only my friend and I don’t know who is inside the room but other devotees know who is inside.

After few hours of waiting the door is opened by someone who is inside the room. My friend and I feel that this person is sitting in a deep meditation from long times. When he opens the room from the room so much sacred smoke of ‘dhoop’ or smoke of ‘agarbatti’ comes out from the room with this man.
However we do not see very well this man’s face. We are still trying to recognize who is this man when this man completely comes out from the room.
We see his face and this is what we see … He is our Baba Sri Sathya Sai Baba himself in orange color robe looking so sweet and beautiful.  In his one hand there is ‘aarti  thali’ and he starts to do ‘aarti’   facing to the room door . Then one person, who is standing near to us, says that Baba is doing ‘aarti’ of his own guru first. 
After this ‘aarti’, Baba faces to the tree and his own statue Sri Sathya Sai Baba and starting to do ‘aarti’  and Baba is singing  the aarti  song and all the devotees are following to Baba in chorus and all are singing the ‘ aarti’ song.
Then a man who is very small in height took a “ganti’ (cymbal) in his hand and start to play the “ganti’ with a  stick and same time he is dancing from left to right in ecstasy.
After completing the ‘aarti’, Baba comes near to the tree and statue. He starts to talk to the statue. We are looking to the Baba. Then Baba says to all of devotees:

“Yes I can talk to my statue!”

 We can also hear the voice which is coming from the statue when Baba is talking to the statue.  Baba says so many times to us that Yes I can talk to my statue! Yes I can talk to my statue! Yes I can talk to my statue! After this, Baba turned to face His devotees and blessed us all with one hand raised. Then my friend and I look into the eyes of Baba and we see a wonderful vision of Baba. We see the whole world in His eyes! For us, it is a very special darshan of the Lord!


The Conception and Birth of the Sri Sathya Sai Gold Lingam Statue

 Aum Sri Sai Ram

Sri Banke Bihari

The fascinated journey started on the 05 December 1982. I visited the Vrindavan Ashram of the Sri Sathya Sai Baba at Whitefield in Bangalore, a State in the South of India. The Baba ‘called’ for me. Blessed with a good dose of insight, I knew in advance that wonderful things were going to happen to satiate my hunger for the mystic and the supernatural.

Magnificent things did happen in the Divine Presence of the Sri Sathya Sai Baba. Captivated by an unfailing feeling of awe and astonishment, to top the cream of eerie coincidences, quizzical confusion, ambiguous situations and bouts of illusion mixed with reality, I saw a Holy Vision (Sudarshana) of the Sri Baba under the broad daylight! The white marble statue of the Lord Sri Krishna, also known as the Lord of Vrindavan (or The Flute Player) which stood gracefully in the garden of the ashram turned into the living image of the Sri Baba playing the flute under my bewildered eyes! I was stunned! Spellbound!

Years after and more precisely in 2013, in an unforeseen event I met a remarkable creative artist, Ankit Sharma, in Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan.  During a conversation which I had with him and by mere coincidence, he told me that his roots originated from a Jangid Brahman family who made statues of God in white marble. I jumped with joy! Ankit was told in minor details about my Holy Vision of the Sai and how the white marble statue of the Sri Krishna metamorphosed into the Baba under my nose and my marveled eyes.

In turn, Ankit related to me his secret dreams of the Baba. Embarrass, he admitted that he was not a devotee and had never seen the Baba, yet he had so many dreams of Him. He was bowled over!

 Feeling absolutely blessed and, to discover the true meaning of the holy vision and the secret dreams, we, on the spot and without ado, planned a trip to Vrindavan in Uttar Pradesh, to visit the holy abode of the Lord Krishna.

 Accompanied by friends and family members, we set out on a five days’vist to Vrindavan on a memorable 29 November 2013.Ankit was our guide! Our schedule consisted of a holy pilgrimage to the Banke Bihari Temple, the Sri Radha Damodar Mandir and the Iskcon Temple, among others. What we found was sheer Beauty! In every cornerstone, in every leaf, every petal, every bead of the “tulsi’ japa mala, every sound, every echo, we found God. There, in Vrindavan, we both received guidance from the Baba to conceive and to bring to life the Sri Sathya Sai Gold Lingam Statue. The task allotted to us was a true blessing. We performed it with humility, faith and great joy.

 In no time and by the Grace of the Lord we set up our e-commerce.

The Gold Lingam which symbolizes the seed of Creation is the exclusivity of Our Baba Idol, made with Pure Unconditional Love, uniquely for Pure Unconditional Love!

Thought for the Day

Statue Of Sairama 1

A Sai Dream Come True

The Truth upholds the fragrant Earth and makes the living water wet. Truth makes fire burn and the air move, makes the sun shines and all life grow.

 A hidden truth supports everything. Find it and win (Ramayana)

As you progress along the spiritual path,

You should walk hand in hand with God;

In whatever form you see Him, God is your ultimate guide and helper;

He will carry you forward on the spiritual path if only you will establish real contact with Him

(Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba)

In December 2004, I was spending Christmas with my son, Toshlen Anil, at Baba’s ashram in Puttaparthi. I vaguely recall dreaming of Sai often in those days compared to the present days when Sai comes very rarely in my dreams. Possibly the reason behind this rests in the fact that after Swami left the mortal coil, I left the Sai Organization and became engulfed in the material world with all its ominous consequences.

To come back to the topic of Sai Dreams, one night I dreamt that I was sitting in the Sai Kulwant Hall. My gaze was fixed on Swami. Around me, there were devotees singing Bhajans. Undisturbed I continued to look in wonderment at the Lord. All of a sudden, the whole body of Swami shrank into the size of a mini doll. I was incredulously stunned with the vision of Swami as a tiny Japanese doll!

I could not find an interpretation of this crushingly beautiful dream although I enquired about its meaning from many Sai devotees, including Sri Ram Chugani, Co-coordinator for Japan, when the latter was alive and I met him at the Kobe Sai Centre in Japan in 2009.

The meaning of this dream suddenly dawned upon me last night when I was talking on the phone to a business man in India. I ordered a statue of Swami from this man who is a supplier of ‘moortis’ (statues). We were in contact daily to get the minutest details about the perfect statue as I had envisioned Baba in yet another dream. The man was very patient and extremely respectful, bless him! He sent him many pictures of the statue in the cutting and fabrication process. Finally, last night he sent me by email a profile picture of the statue for my approval.

I opened the mailer and I was bowled over at the sight of the statue! It was exactly like I saw Baba in my 2005 dream! A Japanese doll!

I immediately run to my bookshelf, I got hold of ‘The Maker of Miracles’, a novel which I wrote and published in the USA in 2006. I quickly and excitedly delved in the pages. Under the chapter ‘Dreams of BABA’ at page 110, I wrote these precognitive words –‘A few days before, I was watching Bhagawan Baba closely at darshan when suddenly and by miracle, Baba shrank into the size of a baby boy before my bewildered eyes. He looked like a sweet Japanese doll for a split second then he returned to normal.’

Strange as it may seem, Baba monitors all the happenings in our life. I will add that even this man, the supplier of the statue, when I first met him, I told him –‘You know what? Sai Baba told me that I would meet you one fateful day and your presence in my life will be a stepping stone in my spiritual journey!

At the Lotus Feet of SAI

Anita Bacha

23 January 2014 Mauritius