He offered prayers at the famous Saibaba temple here Sunday evening, and said he hopes more people from his country would get to know about the revered saint and his teachings.
He said though Saibaba died around 100 years ago, more and more people are visiting the temple to seek his blessings, which means "there is something great about him".
"Saibaba could bring harmony betweenMuslims and Hindus, so we can learn how to live together with different religions. I hope that with this visit, I will be able to bring more Thai people to learn about Saibaba," he said.
The minister also visited the Saibaba English Medium School and interacted with students there.
Saibaba, a widely revered saint, is believed to have taken samadhi in Shirdi on October 15, 1918.
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