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Prema Sai Baba is the proclaimed future incarnation of Sathya Sai Baba, supposed to be the third and last of the triple Avatar incarnation of Shirdi Sai Baba, Sathya Sai Baba and Prema Sai Baba.[1] Sathya Sai Baba made several claims about when Prema Sai Baba will be born - estimates range from one year after his death (which would mean 2012) to eight years after (which would mean 2019). Prema Sai "will be born in Karnataka (the old Mysore State), at a place called Doddamalur, situated between Bangalore and the city of Mysore".[1][2] Some of Sai Baba's devotees add that he once said that Prema Sai Baba will be born and/or live in or near Srirangapatna. Sathya Sai Baba stated he would be born again eight years after his death at the age of 96,[1] however he died on April 24, 2011 at age 84 [3] (though he considered himself to be 85 as he was in his 85th year). Also Prema sai will be born near the banks of Kaveri(river) in Mandya district of Karnataka.
Contents [hide]
1 Story of Prema Sai
2 Images of Prema Sai
3 References to Prema Sai Baba
4 Further reading
5 References
6 External links
[edit]Story of Prema Sai

The history of Prema Sai Baba began in 1963. During a Guru Poornima discourse, Sathya Sai Baba stated, "Shiva said that they (Shiva and Shakti) would take human form and be born in the Bharadwaja lineage, thrice: Shiva alone as Shirdi Sai, Shiva and Shakthi together at Puttaparthi as Sathya Sai, and Shakthi alone as Prema Sai, later."[4] This is the first time Prema Sai was mentioned.
Some years later, Sathya Sai elaborated on the message and mission of Prema Sai. "Prema Sai, the third avatar will promote the evangel news that not only does God reside in everybody, but everybody is God. That will be the final wisdom which will enable every man and woman to go to God. The three avatars (Shirdi Sai, Sathya Sai, Prema Sai Baba) carry the triple message of work, worship and wisdom."[5]
Clearing further confusion, Sathya Sai continued, "they (the three Sai avatars) are not separate. I have already mentioned the complete oneness of the three in the final objective of the mission. I will give you an example. Take a kilo of gur (jaggery). The whole of it tastes sweet. Next break it into small pieces. Each of them is sweet. Finally break them into small grains. You find the same sweetness in them. So the difference is one of quantity and not quality. It is the same with the Avatars. Their tasks and powers requisite to them differ according to the time, the situation and the environment. But they belong to, and derive from, one and the same dharma swarup or divine body."[5]
On March 6, 2008, (during Shivaratri celebrations) Sathya Sai Baba gave further insight to the nature of the triple incarnation. "The Avatar came as a Trinity. The first was Shirdi Sai, the second is Parthi Sai, and the third will be Prema Sai. The complete unity among all will be achieved when Prema Sai comes."[6]
In the early 1990s, during a talk with students, Sathya Sai told them "that the father of his next incarnation, as Prema Sai, had been born in the southern Indian state of Karnataka. He also said that the body of Prema Sai was in the process of being formed."[7][8] "It is also said that Prof. Kasthuri will be the mother of Prema Sai,"[9] who is now already reborn.[8]
The future incarnation of Sathya Sai is to include the roles of being a husband and father. It is said, at a certain time, Prema Sai will be married, and be the father to one boy.[8]
Prema Sai Baba is said to complete the mission of the Sai avatar to end this age of darkness and to usher in the golden age of Mankind.[10] Around 2105, the incarnation will finish as Prema Sai Baba (then 86) will enter into mahasamadhi.[8]
[edit]Images of Prema Sai

Sathya Sai is said to have given a devotee, John Hislop, a ring, with a cameo of Prema Sai, destined to appear on Earth a few years after the death of the Sathya Sai body. The cameo showed only part of the face. Baba said, "He is only now in the process of birth, so I cannot show more of him. This is the first time he is shown to the world."[11] Hislop said that the ring slowly kept showing more facial features of Prema Sai. "One day, in 1980, at a devotee meeting, I was showing the ring, and I looked at it carefully. It struck me, "It is different! It is changing!"[1][11]
Sathya Sai is said to have materialized other photos of Prema Sai Baba.[8][12]
[edit]References to Prema Sai Baba

Professor G. Venkataraman relates a personal experience with Sathya Sai in which Prema Sai became the topic. A "warden offered a peanut to Swami who first refused but later popped one nut into his mouth. He then started giving us one nut at a time. Everyone put out his hand to receive the Prasadam from Swami and when my turn came I did the same. But what fell into my hand was not a piece of groundnut but an enamel billet with some art work on it. I gave Swami a puzzled look and he said, “See what it is.” I tried to see what was on the billet but could not see clearly since I did not have my glasses on. Swami then made some teasing remarks and said, “This billet shows the Cosmic Form of the Lord. Embedded in it are the forms of Shirdi Sai and Swami. I have left some space for Prema Sai also. Shall I include Prema Sai also?” We remained silent, stunned by the experience. He then smiled and said, “No I shall not include Prema Sai because you faithless fellows would desert me and go after him!” We all laughed."[13]
In 2004, Professor Anantharaman talked about an experience with Howard Murphet and Sai Baba. "Howard then asked what work would Prema Sai do? Sai said “He will have plenty of work. Prema Sai will elevate human consciousness to divine heights. Not only will there be a lot of work but he will also need a lot of help.”[14]
James Sinclair, in 2005, described a series of dreams that, "went on for years. I saw myself walking up a hill, led by three men in the darkness of night. One was an old man in white. One looked somewhat like Jesus Christ. The one in the middle had an orange robe." Fifteen years later, he describes finding a book about Sai Baba, and seeing his appearance, "recognised that the recurring dream had been of Shirdi Sai, Sathya Sai, and Prema Sai walking up the hill night after night for many years."[15]
[edit]Further reading

Dr. Sathya Sai Pal Ruhela, The Sai Trinity, Tarang Paperbacks (Vikas Publishing House), New Delhi – Second Edition, 2000, 195 pages – ISBN 81-259-0999-0

^ a b c d
^ Murphet, Howard (2000). Sai Baba: Invitation to Glory. Macmillan Publishers India ISBN 978-0-333-90435-0.
^ Reuters: Indian spiritual guru Sai Baba dies (April 24, 2011).
^ a b
^ Rodriguez, Birgitte (1993). Glimpses of the Divine: Working With the Teachings of Sai Baba. Weiser. ISBN 978-0-87728-766-7 ISBN 0-87728-766-X
^ a b c d e
^ a b Hislop, John S. My Baba and I 1985 published by Birth Day Publishing Company, San Diego, California ISBN 0-9600958-8-8 page 55-56
[edit]External links

International Sai Organization Prema Sai page
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