Sai Baba had a profound impact on Dasganu’s life, and he was deeply inspired by Sai Baba’s teachings and his spiritual presence. Dasganu’s devotion to Sai Baba grew stronger with time, and he eventually left his government job to devote himself entirely to spiritual pursuits.
After leaving his job, Dasganu began to travel and spread the teachings of Sai Baba through kirtans, devotional songs that praise God and the guru. He visited various towns and cities and held kirtan sessions, singing the praises of Sai Baba and inspiring people to lead a spiritual life.
One of the places where Dasganu’s kirtans became especially popular was Nanded, a city in Maharashtra, India. He would sing devotional songs in praise of Sai Baba at a local temple, and his performances attracted a large crowd of devotees.
Dasganu’s kirtans were not just musical performances but a form of spiritual practice. He believed that through singing the praises of the guru, one could attain a state of transcendence and experience the divine presence.
Dasganu’s devotion to Sai Baba and his dedication to spreading his teachings through kirtans continue to inspire people to this day. He is remembered as a spiritual luminary who used the power of music to touch the hearts and souls of his listeners and lead them on the path of devotion and surrender.