By whatever name, under whatever form He is known Baba is the Aadhara (support) of all. Baba says that when a person bows before Venkatesha or Viswanatha or Panduranga or Annapoorna, He is bowing before the Divine principle which is (Sarva Deva Namaskaarah, Sri Kesavam Prathigacchathi) He Himself. Salutations to all Gods direct themselves to the one, to Kesava; for 'Kesava' as Baba says, means 'He whose one single hair represents the three: Brahma, Vishnu and Siva'. Baba wrote once to a Sastri, 'For me who is feeding and fostering this entire world, feeding and fostering you is not hard at all; but I am piling on you these distressing situations so that you may learn a few lessons, especially the lesson that you have to observe in practice what you are professing in theory". He is the provider, the protector, the panacea for all. He is the Sarva-aadhaara.
He is Brahmaswarupa, the Brahmam that became all this and that has entered into all this. 'that Srshtwa Thadeva Anu Pravisath', 'Having created that, He entered into that itself'. That is why we sing 'Anthaa Sayi Mayam, Ee Jagamanthaaa Sayi Mayam' in Telugu. 'All is Saayi-full; this world, all of it is Sayi full'. 'Sarvam Khavidam Brahma'. All this is, indeed, Brahmam. All this is, indeed, Sai.