We continue the story about a unique event. At the age of about five, Prema Sai Baba arrived in a neighboring village called Bevur. This is the native village of his mother, Teja Mani Devi. Three kilometers from the village there is a small jungle. A divine child blessed one of the plots of land and in this place the great Shivalingam, which is called Swayambhu in Sanskrit, began to grow.
Swayambhu is the stone Shiva Lingams, which miraculously begin to grow from underground. In fact, this is one of the options for materialization. It soon became clear that this was not just a Lingam growing from under the ground, but a Lingam having a completely unusual shape, Trishul, the trident of the god Shiva, was clearly visible on it.
Soon, with the blessing of a boy, Prema Sai around Lingam began to build a small Shiva temple. When Prema Sai was seven and a half years old, the construction of the temple was completed, and a consecration ceremony was held, which was attended by Prema Sai. This amazing event took place on February 6, 2020.
This unique ritual was attended by thousand people, Puja and Yajna lasted all day. The inauguration of this Shiva temple marked a new stage in the development of the mission of Prema Sai Baba.
The consecration of the temple was attended by Jaya-Lakshmi, the great saint, a devotee of Sathya Sai. She lives in Bangalore, in southern India, for many years she has been conducting special Paduka Pujas. This is a special ritual of worship on the divine sandals of Sathya Sai.
Many years ago, Satya Sai Himself granted Jaya-Lakshmi his Padukas and blessed to perform this worship. The "rumor" about this unique ritual goes all over India, people who took part in this Puja are healed of illnesses and receive blessings for prosperity. Jaya-Lakshmi gives amazing spiritual instruction based on the philosophy set forth in the ancient Vedic scripture called Narayana Upanishad.