Shri Saibaba Satcharitra Parayanam is meant to be made in eight days, starting on a Thursday and ending by the next Thursday. Chapters 1 through 51 shall be read in seven days ending on the eighth day again with Chapter This method is only a suggestion and Satcharitra can be read at anytime, in any way and under any circumstances. Parayana shall be culminated by Harathi to Baba.
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Authored by Shri. Govind Raghunath Dabholkar alias Hemadpant , the original edition of the Sai Satcharitra was published in Marathi on 26 November, A subsequent english edition was soon published in , by Shri. Nagash Devastate N. Gunaji , translated from the original Marathi composition. Another English version was also published in New York. In , when Hemadpant also known as Late. Govindrao Annasaheb Raghunath Dabholkar  came to Shirdi, he observed a miracle by Sai Baba in which baba had prevented the raging cholera epidemic from entering Shirdi by grinding wheat on a grindstone and dispersing them around the borders of the Shirdi village.
Witnessing this event is believed to have inspired Hemadpant to document the leela's of Sai Baba of Shirdi. Hemadpant soon sought the help of "Madhavrao Deshpande" alias Shama who advocated his cause before Sri Sai Baba himself. In , Sai Baba gave his consent, stating,. This event, mentioned in the second chapter of Sri Sai Satcharita, marked the beginning of the Sai Satcharita. Sai Niwas is more than years old today and still carry forwards the tradition of Sai Bhakti Sai Devotion for numerous Sai devotees across the world.
Hemadpant is believed to have begun writing the Sri Sai Satcharita in He died after finishing the 51st Chapter in The desk on which Hemadpant wrote the manuscript of the Sai Satcharita is well preserved and is placed in the same room in Sai Niwas on which he sat and wrote the Sai Satcharita. Every time one reads Sai Satcharitra, it provides a new perspective and ever evolving answers to the questions of the devotees and hence Sai Satcharitra is a treasure imparting joy and contentment to the readers.
The examination is a tool to test the knowledge due to which one studies and learns a subject with concentration. As the name suggests, this examination is conducted at five levels viz; Prathama First Level on chapters 1 to 10 of Sai Satcharitra, Dwitiya Second Level on chapters 11 to 20, Tritiya Third Level on chapters 21 to 30, Chaturthi Fourth Level on chapters 31 to 40 and lastly, Panchami Fifth Level covering practical exam and two theory papers; one on chapters 41 to 53 and second one on all chapters of Sai Satcharitra.
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Authored by Shri. Govind Raghunath Dabholkar alias Hemadpant , the original edition of the Sai Satcharitra was published in Marathi on 26 November, A subsequent english edition was soon published in , by Shri. Nagash Devastate N. Gunaji , translated from the original Marathi composition.