The ceramic Sai moments are created to celebrate some of the momentous incidents in Shri Sai’s timeline. Capturing the essence of some of such moments, have crafted them as stories ‘printed’ on stunningly unique ceramic sleek surfaces with a matt cork finish at the base.
Shri Sai led a simple life of a Fakir. He used to beg food from five chosen homes in Shirdi in a very systematic manner. He used to always say that in order to destroy one's ego, ascetics must live a simple life by begging alms. He used to carry with Him a Zoli (rectangular piece of cloth) and a tin-pot. On His way to begging, He would affectionately call every one in those houses, like 'mother', 'sister' or 'daughter'. After receiving their offerings in the Zoli and liquids in the tin-pot, He would keep them in an earthen pot in the Masjid. Several creatures like dogs, cats and crows used to eat that food. Shri Sai would not stop them, but would eat only the left-overs. This picture exhibits one such moment of Shri Sai seeking bhiksha.
Precious stories, depicted interestingly as imprinted on unique ceramic photo frame which could be hung on wall or kept on a table.
Take your pick! Which one of the story appeals to you the most ? Maybe you will find yourself spoilt for choice.
Size : L 5.5 x H 8 Inches
||L 5.5 x H 8 Inches