It is outstanding that Baba took Dakshina from all, and outof the sum in this way gathered, He spent a great deal on philanthropy andbought fuel with the offset left with Him. This fuel He tossed in the Dhuni -the consecrated fire, which he kept regularly consuming. The debris from thisfire was called Udi and it was unreservedly conveyed to the fans at the hour oftheir takeoff from Shirdi. Udi or debris is the most perfect substance on earthhaving huge forces of doing and fixing and is the aftereffect of penancesoffered to fire (Agni) which decontaminates everything by crushing anythingthat is malevolent. Performing 'Yagha' (Dhuni) is the most devout customsuggested. The antiquated Vedic writing.
There is a more profound basic hugeness behind Baba's act of dispersing Udi. Baba instructed by His Udi that all the obvious marvelsknown to mankind are as transient as the debris. Our bodies made out of wood ormatter of the five components will tumble down, become lifeless after theentirety of their satisfactions are finished, and will be burnt up. So as tohelp the fans to remember the way that their bodies will be burnt up, Babaconveyed Udi to them. Baba likewise instructed by the Udi that the Brahman isthe main Reality and the universe is transient and that nobody in this world,be he a child, father or spouse, is actually our own. We come here (in thisworld) alone and we need to go out alone. It was found and is even nowdiscovered, that the Udi relieved numerous physical and mental ailments,however, Baba needed to racket into the fan's ears the standards of segregationbetween the Unreal and the Real, non-connection for the Unreal, by His Udi andDakshina. The previous (Udi) showed us segregation and the last mentioned(Dakshina) showed us non-connection. Except if we have these two things, itisn't workable for us to traverse the ocean of the ordinary presence. So Babarequested and took Dakshina, and keeping in mind that the aficionados withdrew,He gave Udi as Prasad, besmeared some of it on the Bhaktas' brows and put Hisaid giving hand on their heads. At the point when Baba was feeling bright, Heused to sing cheerfully. One such tune was about Udi. The content of the Uditune was, "Goodness, lively Rama, come, come, and carry with you sacks ofUdi." Baba used to sing in extremely clear and sweet tones.
So much about the otherworldly ramifications of Udi. It hadadditionally its material importance. It presented wellbeing, flourishing,opportunity from uneasiness, and numerous other common additions. So the Udihas helped us to increase both our closures - material just as profound.
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