SAI is ‘Sakshaat Ishwar’

Sai Baba’s shrine has been incorporated as one of the holy places in the world’s map. Shri Sai Baba is one of the greatest saints ever seen in India.

Saibaba remained in shirdi throughout his life. He took Samadhi in 1918 and lives forever in shirdi for his devotees who pray and call him at any emergency in life for his blessings. Saibaba fulfils his commitments to his devotees.

The cardinal principles of SaiBaba are ‘Shraddha’ and ‘Saburi‘. Shraddha means Faith and saburi means Patience. Both the virtues contain a complete code of conduct for life. The other thing Baba always told to devotees is ‘Sabaka Malik Ek’ which means that, for god religion doesn’t matter; god is always help to all the devotees, which called him from their heart. Sai Baba respected all religions and creeds, and all had free access to the mosque.

The Shirdi Mandir that we can most fully experience the phenomenon of Sai Baba and the remarkable way he has touched the hearts and lives of millions of people from all over the globe.

Approximately 20,000 devotees visit Shirdi village daily, for the Darshan of Shirdi Saibaba. In the festival season, the crowd goes more than 1,00,000.The Temple premises is renovated in the year 1998-99 and now is equipped with all necessary facilities like, Darshan Lane, Prasada (Lunch and Dinner), Donation Counters, Prasad Counters, Canteen, Railway Reservation Counter, Book Stall etc. The Accommodation Facilities are also provided by the Sai Sansthan, which fares according to the devotee’s condition.

Note :

Shri Sai Devotees are requested to note that Camera, Video Camera, Handicams, Mobiles, Ladies Purse, Handbags are not allowed in Temple and Temple Premises.

Content updated in January 2020

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