Sai Baba of Shirdi, was an ethereal master, who is regarded by his devotees as a Saint and a fakir. Therefore, He is revered by both his Hindu and Muslim followers. He preached the importance of self-realisation and criticised love towards perishable things with His teachings concentrating on a moral code of love, forgiveness, charity, inner peace and devotion to the God and guru.
Simplicity reaches to a divine level as the statue of Shirdi Sai Baba, casually rests its arm on a perfectly carved cushion that implicates his neglection of pride and depicts his pragmatic nature. His thoughtful expression is captured expertly in this figurine with the amazingly sculpted heavenly mien being adorned with a fantastically sculpted garland. He smiles calmly through his iconic beard, as a tight taweez envelops his thick neck. He is perfectly encapsulated in a loose yet alluring Kameez Salwar, as he wears a head cap with numerous folds that enhances his pious look.
This sculpture breaks the commonly adopted design of the Sai Baba seated on a throne. It takes the spectator through a discovery of the Baba's devout rather than his divine side. Here, the amazingly carved figurine is tinted in a tanned gold colour that aesthetically inspires the human mind with the perfect artisanship ever witnessed as it portrays an exhilarating yet paradisiacal moment of the Sai Baba.