In the late 1930-Sri Narasimhaswamiji published a series of books on his Master Sri Sai Baba. However, he felt that people could get reasonably accurate idea about the real nature of a great saint like Sai Baba, only when they read and understand his sayings, rather than the chamatkars
or miracles performed by him.
No record was maintained by anybody to what all Baba spoke, except perhaps a diary maintained by G.S. Khaparde. So, it was a very arduous task for Sri Swamiji to gather all utterances of Sri Sai Baba. He made a valuable collection from the statements given by various contemporary devotees
(Devotees, Experiences of Sri Sai Baba) and compiled this treasure "Sri Sai Baba's Charters & Sayings."
About Pujya H.H. Narasimha Swamiji
Born on 21 st August 1874 in Bhavani, Coimbatore District Tamil Nad in a respectable family, Narasimhan studied law and blossomed into an upright, honest and leading lawyer.
Known as Salem B.V. Narasimha lyer, he engaged himself in all social activities of Salem, becoming the Chairman of Salem Municipal Council. He was elected as a Member in Madras Legislative Council. He was a fiery patriot having joined the Home Rule Movement. A domestic tragedy prompted Narasimha yer in 1921 to renounce the samsaric life in search of Truth.
After tapas at the feet of Sri Ramana Maharishi in Tiruvannamalai, pilgrimage to many places and contacts with many saints, he ultimately attained his goal in the Samadhi Mandir of Sri Sai Baba at Shirdi. As commissioned by Baba, he undertook Sai Prachar and in two decades made Sri Sai
Baba's name a household word. He wrote a number of books on Sri Sai Baba which are published by the All India Sai Samaj of which he was the Founder-President from 1941 to 1956.