Sri Sai Baba Chants is an inspired collection of songs that emerged spontaneously from the author over a short period of time. His Guru reverend Swami Satyananda Ji Maharaj of Sri Ramsharnam led the author to the subtle experience of Sri Sai Baba of Shirdi. The author is neither a saint nor a Pir but he considers himself as a slave of Sai Baba's devotees. This book was originally written in Hindi, and is translated into English on popular demand of Sai devotees abroad. Though the author has never been inclined to poetry, these verses sprang-up spontaneously, most probably inspired by Sai Baba. Acharya Purushottamananda, formerly Professor of Education, Jamia Millia Islamia University, New Delhi, was born on 28 January, 1935 in a Jat Zamindar family with historic tradition of valour and patriotism in tehsil Iglas of Aligarh District. He came in contact with the Revolutionary movement for the independence of India, and the Arya Samaj Movement under the legendary leadership of Raja Mahendra Pratap of Mursan. He received his education leading to the post-graduation in Political Science at Aligarh. He joined the government of India service in the Ministry of Rehabilitation, but later went for further education. He received Master's degree in Education from the university of Aligarh and also from the University of Manchester, UK. Presently, he is engaged in peripetatic mission by joining spiritual congregations of different orders, where he is welcome; but has no organizational links with any religious or cult organizations.