Sai Baba ‘appears’ on wall

SURAT : It’s all happening in Surat. Sea water turning sweet, Gods drinking milk and now an image of Sai Baba appears on a building wall here on Thursday night, drawing over 8000 people by midnight.

Raman Chambers at Rangoonwala Sheri in Bhagal area was like Pied Piper drawing thousands of people after a few spotted the image on the wall on the seventh floor of the building at about 8 pm.

Within no time the crowd swelled and chants of Sai Baba ki jai rendered the air attracting more and more people from surrounding areas.

Vasudev Thakur, owner of a sweetmeat shop opposite the building, says that though it is not clear who saw it first, but everyone who landed up could not help stay rooted to the spot to look at the uncanny resemblance to Sai Baba.

The eight storey residential building otherwise does not have any residents as the structure has been condemned for demolition by municipal authorities post floods. Already a few policemen were posted there to ensure that none of the residents come back to live in it.

The fire brigade team, which was rushed to the spot, along with police reinforcement, used a hydraulic platform to reach the seventh flood and throw torchlight on the over seven foot tall image. However, this did not dim the ardour of the crowd, which
appeared set to continue the chants till well past midnight.

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/articleshow/1924241.cms

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