Baba, the boon giver, depicted as the Kalpavriksha (the celestial tree), Kamadhenu (the celestial cow), and Akshya patra (the celestial bowl), etc.
A Miracle Man controlling the natural elements and granting peace, prosperity and happiness by fulfilling all material desires.
The universality of Baba's divinity encompassing all religions and His appearance in the form of Siva, Rama, Krishna, Marutii and Dattatreya, the Indian deities.
The timely intervention of Baba saved Damu Anna from doing speculation business in rice and cotton.
Tendulkar being blessed by Baba to make him pass the medical examination, against astrological predictions.
Cholkar offering sugar candy to Baba for making him pass the departmental examination.
Baba demanding Dakshina from a Goan gentleman, but refusing the same voluntarily offered by the other.
For the safe delivery of Maintai, Nanasaheb Chandorkar's daughter, Baba manifesting Himself as a tangawala.
Baba's prior information of the arrival of Nanasaheb Chandorkar tto Shirdi and his sudden transfer to Pandharpur.
Baba advising Shama to accompany Mirikar to Chitali to protect him from snake bite.
Childless Ruttonji Wadia being blessed with a son by Baba.
Damu Anna being blessed with several children through the miracle of mangoes.
Baba spotting Chand patil's lost horse after two long months of diligent and vain search by Chand Patil.
Baba destroying evil astrological predictions and saving Bapusaheb Booty from a snake bite.
Baba stalling the spreading of snake poison from Shama's little finger by preventing him from climbing the steps and by uttering the words, "Go", "Get away", "Come down".
Baba pushing His hand into the fire to save the blacksmith's child, even at the cost of burning His hand.
Tatya Kote Patil not heeding Baba's words of caution and consequently meeting with an accident.
Baba's words abating the storm and floods and saving the village from their fury.
Baba lighting the lamps with water instead of oil when it was refused by the traders.
Baba driving away the cholera, ordering the women who wanted to take away the wheat flour to sprinkle it on the village borders.
Baba relieving Dattopant from chronic stomach ache with his blessings.
Baba taking Master Khaparde’s plague onto Himself to relieve the mother’s agony and fear.
Pitale cured of epilepsy by the grace of Baba.
Baba curing Bhimaj Patil from tuberculosis through dreams of flogging him with a stick and rolling a stone on his chest.
Baba averting Alandi Swamy’s ear surgery, to the great astonishment of the doctors.
Das Ganu’s vision of Pandharpur’s Vittal at Shirdi.
Baba revealing to Mrs. Tarkhad that he had demanded and eaten the bread given by her, in the form of the dog.
Baba attending Deo’s Udyapan ceremony, along with two others, as promised, by presenting himself as a Sanyasi at Deo’s residence at Dhanu (Thane district), while he was at Shirdi.
Baba demonstrating to a rich gentleman, who sought Brahma Jnana quickly, how avarice and attachment become impediments to self-realization.
Baba ordering the Ganga and Yamuna rivers to be at his feet to satisfy Da Ganu’s desire to have a bath in the Prayag.
Baba reminding Govind Balaram Mankar regarding the sweet sent by Mrs. Tarkhad through him, and eating it with relish.
Baba informing Mrs. Tarkhad and her son, sitting at Shirdi, about his visit to their house at Bandra, and that he found nothing to eat there.
Baba promising that he will give hundred times more than what he takes as dakshina – Ganpathrao Boda’s incident.
Baba fulfilling his promise that he will be ever active and vigilant, even after casting away his mortal coil, by curing Mr. Narayanarao through his dream.
The divine feat performed by Baba in leaving his mortal coil without any signs of life, and swinging back to life after three days.
Baba going ahead of Shama at Gaya, and fulfilling his promise by appearing through a portrait at the priest’s residence.