A stotram is a Sanskrit word for a hymn addressed to the Divine. Stotrams can be in the forms of prayers or the chanting and praising of the different forms of the Divine such as Jesus or Shirdi Baba. Stotrams are made up of slokas, sacred verses, each of which represent a divine quality.
As we recite each sloka of a stotram, we are connecting to those aspects of the Divine that we are honoring. It raises our consciousness to develop the divine qualities we are praising.Chanting the Shirdi Baba stotram is a beautiful way to connect and cultivate a personal relationship with Baba and experience his presence with us.
Baba said, “If a man utters my name with love, I shall fulfill all his wishes, and increase his devotion. And if he sings earnestly of my life and my deeds, I shall surround him in front and back, and on all sides. Believe me, that if anybody sings my leelas (play) and surrenders to me, I will give him infinite joy and ever lasting contentment.”
The Shirdi Sai Baba stotram is a heartful prayer, which is connected to no specific religion. In Shirdi Sai Baba’s lifetime, he created a bridge connecting all religions, showing that we all are one, and that the true religion is the practice of love, forgiveness, faith and patience. This stotram, sung for almost a hundred years, consists of 108 ‘glorious’ names of Shirdi Sai Baba, reflecting his extraordinary life and deeds.
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