|The magnificent hill at Uravakonda as seen from the grounds of the Karibasavaswami District Board|
|Swami's house as it stands today (March 2014). Bike parked in front of it to give an estimate of size.|
|(Above) Seshamma Raju's house in Uravakonda in the 1980s. (Below) The same house as it|
stands today. The roof is completely gone. The 3 rooms can be seen from the separating walls.
The house is literally like 3 small bogies of a train.
|The Sunkulamma shrine has also been modified and renovated today. However, the deity within remains|
the same. Legend is that the deity is a Swayambhu (formed naturally).
Seshamma could not not help but obey his ‘little brother’. By now, many people began to gather again at the house. Suddenly, a loud beeping sound was heard. I was startled and flew out my crevice. Nobody else seemed to be hearing this and I wondered whether I, a fly, had an antenna better than the human ear. I realized that it was my time-machine beeping. I soon would have to return to my ‘time zone’. The beeper was an indicator that I had one hour left. Oh! How time flies even for flies when with God?
|The house of Sri Narayana Shastri still stands at Uravakonda.|
|Narayan Shastri, possibly the first scholar|
to recognize Sathya as Swami.
For that, I shall use my time machine again.... very soon...
continued in a new article whose link is given below: Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba's life episodes at Uravakonda - a time travel Part 1