Daily Routine of the Shirdi temple

  • Temple opening and  Bhupali 5.00 am
  • Kakad Aarti 5:15 am
  • Holy Bath of Baba 6:00 am
  • Darshan Begins 7:00 am
  • Abhishek 9:00 am
  • Satyanarayanpuja 9:00 am
  • Afternoon Aarti   12:00 noon
  • Pravachan 4:00 pm
  • Dhupa Aarti Sun-set
  • Shejarati 10:00 pm and temple closure

 Abhishek Pooja timings

  • 7.00 am to 8.00am
  • 9.am to 10.00 am
  • 12.30pm to 1.30 pm

Saibaba Prasadalaya

The administration  team of Shirdi temple Sansthan has setup a  place called prasadalaya which is use to provide lunch and dinner to the devotees. The place is designed such as nearly one thousand devotees can take Baba’s Prasad at the same time. The kitchen of the prasadalaya is equipped with modern cooking machineries and is free of pollution. Food-packets are available to the devotees from 8:00 in the morning to 12:00 noon. There is also a canteen service available to the devotees day and night.

Three main festivals in Shirdi

  • Ramnavami (March/April),
  • Guru Purnima (July)
  • Vijayadashami (September)

These three festivals are celebrated in the Shirdi with great passion. Many people visit Shirdi during these days to celebrate the festival with Saibaba and devotees and take part in the events during the festival. There are programs on puja, bhajan, and public parayana (reading of scriptures and devotional texts). These are the only days when the Samadhi Mandir of Shirdi opens for the whole night. Every Thursday, a palakhi bearing a photograph of the sage is taken out from the temple.

Content updated in January 2020

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