Sai Baba Coffee Table Book

  • Footprints of the Fakir – a century to eternity

     

  • Magnate Publishing House has embarked upon the distribution of a magnificent coffee table book, shirdi, Footprints of the Fakir – a century to eternity.

    A visual treat of rare photographs of Shirdi including the Samadhi Mandir in its construction days and its transformation over the years, the Masjid (Dwarkamayi) as it then was wherein dwelled the eternal Dhuni started by Shri Sai Baba himself, as well as the Gurusthan, the three most revered places for the pilgrims in Shirdi.

    The book also captures the major festivals held in Shirdi of which not much is known by devotees as well as capturing the glorious Samadhi Mandir, earlier known as the Butiwada with rare photographs of the insides of the Butiwada and the Shikhar (Dome), it also captures the growth of the sansthan and the multifarious philanthropic activities carried on by the sansthan over the years, ever since the day of the Mahanirvan of Shri Sai Baba in 1918.

    The contents of the book have been gathered out of various old texts of the sansthan including the official publication of the sansthan “Sai Leela” started in the year 1923.

    Shirdi, Footprints of the Fakir – a century to eternity is a Limited Edition coffee table book.

    We can create bespoke copies that would allow this collectable to become a part of your company memorabilia.

    With its high production values, shirdi, Footprints of the Fakir – a century to eternity will enhance the corporate image of the organization.

    We invite the devotees of Sai Baba to embark upon this fascinating journey to unearth these unseen photographs of Shirdi and cherish the memories of Shri Sai Baba

    Shirdi, Footprints of the Fakir – a century to eternity is not just a coffee table book. It is an encyclopedia on Shirdi

  • Specifications:

    shirdi Footprints of the fakir – a century to eternity

    Mohan M. Jayakar

    12” x 12”

    416

    Text: 130 gsm Serene White

    Ends: 250 gsm Gaza Grey

    Case: Orignal Canvas

    Case: 3.5 mm Chipboard

    Binding: Section Sewen with hardbound

    No. of Photographs: 492

    Category: Heritage

    Rights: World

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