The Sathya Sai phenomenon, pervading over the second half of the twentieth century, has deeply perplexed the world community of scientists and physicists, of the disbelievers and agnostics, of the rationalists and pragmatists. If the Sathya Sai miracles are accepted as inexplicable spiritual manifestations, the miracles of the prophets of the other ages stand vindicated as the dispensation of divinity, not figments of human imagination. In the first part of this book, the author has described the miracles of the founders of world's five great religions--Zoroaster, Buddha, Jesus, Christ, Muhammad and Nanak. In the second part, he presents some select miracles of Bhagavan Sri Sathya Sai, as observed by countless men and women of the present-day world. The unending stream of the Sathya Sai miracles is like a new revelation to a distressed humanity to derive the vision of a higher realisation in this mundane existence. A piece of research work, the book provides an insight into the lives of the saviours of mankind, and a perspective of the Sathya Sai divinity of thre present age.
About the Author:
PROF. M.N. DAS is a formerly Vice Chancellor, Utkal University, Bhubneswar. He is a renowned historian and visited throughout the world attended number of seminars, and conferences and lectured in various universities of India and abroad. Dr. Das has published number of reputed books on history, contributed widely in journals of repute and edited number of books both in English and Oriya. He has also published hundreds of research papers in reputed journals of India and abroad and contributed articles in Encyclopaedia Britannica and Groller Encyclopaedia.