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Many of the faithful of Sai Baba, present at the "aarti", claimed to have seen a faint image of a saint appear on the wall of Dwarkamai - the mosque where he spent a lot of time.
In what is considered a miracle by millions of devotees, an image of Shirdi Sai Baba appeared on the wall of the Dwarkamai Mosque, which is very close to the tomb of the divine saint in Shirdi district, in the Maharashtra.
According to reports, the incident took place while special prayers ("aarti") were held Thursday evening around 23:30.
Many followers of Sai Baba, present at the "aarti", said they saw a low image of the saint appear on the wall of Dwarkamai - the mosque where he spent a lot of time.
The faithful said that Sai Baba could be seen smiling on the image that had been hanging on the wall for a while.
The image appeared on the wall, exactly above where Sai Baba was sitting and giving a religious speech to his disciples.
This is the second time that Sai Baba's followers claim to have seen his image on the wall of Dwarkamai.
The popular Dwarkamai temple has been open since Wednesday night and is visited by thousands of Sai Baba worshipers, who visit each year in large numbers.
Many of the faithful of Sai Baba feel that the generous-hearted saint himself has appeared in the temple to give them "darshan".
A devotee from Delhi claimed that he was present when the image appeared on the wall.
News about the image of Sai Baba appearing on the wall of the Dwarkamai Mosque is widely shared on social media.
Interestingly, both incidents were reported just days away from the hundred years of commemoration of the Sai Baba Memorial.
Shirdi Sai Baba Temple in Maharashtra is the second most popular temple in the country after the Tirupati Bala Ji Temple.
The annual turnover of the Shirdi Sai Baba temple would be around Rs.400. This is the second temple after the Tirupati Balaji Temple in terms of the net worth of the offerings made here and the number of devotees and tourists visiting the place. every year. .