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Friday, May 31, 2013

నా భక్తుల ఇంట ‘లేమి’ అనేది ఉండదు..!: సాయిబాబా...!?



నా భక్తుల ఇంటలేమిఅనేది ఉండదు..!: సాయిబాబా...!?
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షిరిడీ క్షేత్రంలో అడుగుపెట్టినవారికి కష్టాలు తీరినట్లేనని, నా భక్తుల ఇంట "లేమి" అనేది ఉండదని" సాయిబాబా పేర్కొన్నారు. ఒక బ్రాహ్మణ కుటుంబంలో పుట్టి ఒక ఫకీర్ సంరక్షణలో పెరిగినట్లు చెప్పుకుంటున్న షిరిడి సాయిబాబా ప్రపంచ జనులను తన బోధనల ద్వారా మేల్కొలిపారు. మసీదు మెట్లెక్కగానే దీనులలో సంతోషం వెల్లివిరుస్తుందన్నారు.
ఇంకా "నేనీ భౌతిక దేహాన్ని విడచిన తరువాత కూడా సచేతనంగా ఉంటాను."
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నా సమాధి నా భక్తులను దీవిస్తుంది".
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భక్తుల అవసరాలకు అక్కడే జవాబు లభిస్తుంది.
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నా సమాధినుండే నేను మీకు దర్శనమిస్తాను.
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నా సమాధినుండి నేను మాట్లాడుతాను."
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నా వద్దకు వచ్చి శరణు కోరిన వారికి సహాయం చేయడానికి నేనెప్పుడూ అండగా ఉంటాను."
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మీ భారాలను నాకు అందిస్తే నేను తప్పక మోస్తాను."
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నా సహాయం, బోధన కోరినవారికి అవి వెంటనే లభిస్తాయి."
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నా భక్తుల ఇంటలేమిఅనేది ఉండదు." వంటి అనే పలు వాక్యాల ద్వారా భక్తులకు అభయమిచ్చిన సాయిబాబాను గురువారం పూట పూజించేవారికి సకలసంపదలు చేకూరుతాయని విశ్వాసం. ఇంకా గురువారం పూట సాయిబాబాను పూజించే, రోజు సాయంత్రం ఆరుగంటల ప్రాంతంలో బాబా ఆలయాన్ని సందర్శించుకుంటే ఈతిబాధలు, ఆర్థిక ఇబ్బందులు తొలగిపోతాయని పురోహితులు చెబుతున్నారు.
అలాగే గురువారం పూట ఇంటిల్లాపాదిని శుభ్రం చేసుకుని, సాయిబాబా ప్రతిమను లేదా ఫోటోను పసుపు, కుంకుమలు, పువ్వులతో అలంకరించుకోవాలి. నైవేద్యానికి పాలుతో తయారు చేసిన వస్తువులు, చక్కరెపొంగలి, పండ్లు వంటివి సిద్ధం చేసుకోవాలి.
గురువారం సాయంత్రం ఆరుగంటల ప్రాంతంలో బాబుకు ఆవునేతితో పంచహారతి గావించి, నిష్టతో పూజలు చేయాలి. ఇలా ప్రతి గురువారం సాయిబాబాను పూజించే వారికి పదవోన్నతులు, ఉన్నత విద్యావకాశాలు, విదేశీయానం, వ్యాపారాభివృద్ధి, ఆర్థికాభివృద్ధి వంటి శుభ ఫలితాలుంటాయని పురోహితులు అంటున్నారు.

Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Baba's grinding of wheat in the hand-mill. courtesy by Sai ke Diwane



Baba's grinding of wheat in the hand-mill. It was not wheat that was ground but plague or cholera itself was ground to pieces and cast out of village. Seeing this Annasaheb Dabholkar (Hemadpant) was inspired to write 'Shri Sai Satcharita.'


Monday, May 27, 2013

OmSaiRam





God always has something for you, a key for every problem, a light for every shadow, a relief for every sorrow & a plan for every tomorrow...The only thing we need to have for a peaceful life is TRUST him with no doubts..then he would sail our boat smoothly,

Saturday, May 25, 2013

Sri Saibaba Satsang Kendram Thotapalli Gudur




·  Mandir was inaugurated on Nov 14, 1996. On the same day, Sri Sai Baba statue was installed by Guru bhandhus (disciples of a Guru). Mandir dimensions are 30ft. x 25 ft. Sri Sai Baba statue measures 3ft. x 2in.
·  Initially Sai Baba’s small marble statue was brought from Shirdi was installed, after 3 years another marble statue brought from Jaipur was installed.Along with Sri Sai Baba marble statue, Dwarakamayi Baba picture, Pallaki, Pujya Guruji’s photos, Guruji’s used chair and clothes are in the temple.
·  This mandir is more like a Satsang Kendra where devotees chant Sai Namam (repeating the name of Sai), Satsang etc.
Weekly Activities
  • Every Thursday Pallaki Seva (palanquin procession) is conducted at 7:30pm to 8:30pm in the city with the pallaki (palanquin) that specially made from Shirdi Sansthan people in Shirdi.
Special Activities
  • Mandir anniversary celebrates between Nov 14 to Nov 21 from 6am to 6pm.
  • Annadanam (food offering) is held on temple anniversary day.
  • From the year 2003, every anniversary is celebrated with Akhanda Sai Nama Sapthaham (seven day event of chanting Sai name continuously).


Mandir Timings
All Days
05:30 AM - 09:00 PM
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Address
Thotapalli


Gudur (Mandal)
Nellore (Dist) 524311
Andhra Pradesh
India

Sri Sai Dharma Kshetram Nellore



 


·  Sri Darga Swami inaugurated this temple on Apr 30, 2008. The temple stands on an area of 75ft. X 100ft. This mandir is located in a peaceful environment. This temple resembles the Samadhi Mandir in Shirdi. On Feb 2, 1995 the ground breaking ceremony for this temple was performed. In the month of April, a beautiful marble statue of Baba was brought to Shirdi from Jaipur. It was then taken around Shirdi Samadhi Mandir, Gurusthan, Nandadeep, Dwarakamai, Chavadi as an act of circumambulation and then brought to Saipatham ashram on Pimpalwadi Road. Sri Sarath Babuji was shown the picture of Baba's statue and his blessings were received.
·  The statue was then brought to Nellore on Apr 30, 2009 and installed in the mandir. The dhuni, which was lit by Sri Darga Swami, burns to this day in the mandir. This temple also attracts many people, similar to the Samadhi Mandir in Shirdi. Similar to the Samadhi Mandir in Shirdi, there is a Samadhi resemblance in front of Baba's statue in this mandir. At the bottom of this Samadhi were placed articles belonging to Pujya Sri Ekkirala Bharadwaja Master, Sri Golagamudi Venkayya Swami and Sivanesan Swamiji. Also placed in this Samadhi were 3 crore copies of Akhanda Sai Nama books.
·  Many devotees worked for constructing this temple. Also, many books relating to Sri Saba's life were collected and are available in this mandir's library. The books are accessible to devotees during temple hours for free. There is a beautiful Baba's idol on the roof of this mandir. The entrance staircase is flanked by Sri Ganesha's marble statue and Tulasi Brindavanam ( basil plant) and on the right by a marble statue of Hanuman. There is a dhuni on the south-east corner of this temple and on the north-west corner of this temple, a Naga Sila (snake's idol), Ravi Chettu (peepal tree) and a marble idol of Sri Dattatreya are seen. Also a swing and palanquin are seen in this corner of the temple.

Weekly Activities
  • Annadanam (food offering) is conducted every Thursday from 12:30pm to 1:30pm. Baba's prasad is distributed to a hundred of the poor.
  • Every Thursday night, palanquin procession is followed by Sej Arati and songs are sung to Baba.
Special Activities
  • On temple anniversary, abhishekam, bhajan, parayana and food distribution are conducted.
  • On mandir anniversary, slates, books and notes are distributed to poor students.
  • On Guru purnima and Vijayadasami, all the above are conducted with great zeal. On Vijayadasami, Baba's Samadhi episode from the Sai Satcharitra is read and 108 lamps are lit.

Mandir Timings
All Days
05:00 AM - 01:00 PM
05:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Arati Timings
Day
Kakad Arati
Madhyahn Arati
Dhup Arati
Sej Arati
Sun Mon Tue Wed Fri Sat
06:00 AM
12:00 PM
06:15 PM
09:00 PM
Thu
06:00 AM
12:00 PM
06:15 PM
09:30 PM
Address
Navalakula Gardens
Near Petrol bunk, Mypadu Road
Nellore 524002
Andhra Pradesh
India

DHAKSHINA SHIRDI SPATIKA SAIBABA TEMPLE Gayathri Nagar, Narapally Hyderabad








·  Temple was inaugurated on Vijayadasami 2007. Sri Sai Baba statue measuring 5ft. 4in. was installed on Dec 10, 2010 by Sunandha Bai.
·  The main hall measures total 3,600sq.ft. The total area of the temple is 10,800sq.ft. On the statue installation day 6 Veda Pandits (Scholars in Vedas) from Shirdi and 21 Pandits from Andhra Pradesh arrived to perform the ritual.
·  Temple premises consists of dhuni, Dwarakamai, Sivalayam (spatika lingam), Subramanya Swami, Lakshmi Padmavathi Venkateswara mandir, Panchamukhi Anjaneya Swami, Navagrahalu (nine planets), Ganapati, Dattatreya and a small Baba statue.

Weekly Activities
  • Every Thursday abhishekam is performed, Palanquin Procession is performed around the village premises at 7:45pm along with bhajana.
Special Activities
  • Annadanam (food offering) is conducted to more than 2,000 people on special occasions like Guru Purnima, Sri Ramnavami, Jan 1, Sivaratri, anniversary and Vijayadasami along with donating books and clothes to the people in need.
  • Special festivals like Guru Purnima, Vijayadasami, Sri Ramnavami and anniversary are performed at temple.


Mandir Timings
Sun Mon Tue Wed Fri Sat
05:00 AM - 09:00 PM
Thu
05:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Arati Timings
Day
Kakad Arati
Madhyahn Arati
Dhup Arati
Sej Arati
Sun Mon Tue Wed Fri Sat
05:15 AM
12:00 PM
06:15 PM
08:30 PM
Thu
05:15 AM
12:00 PM
06:15 PM
09:30 PM
Address
H.No: 12-113
Gayathri Nagar, Narapally
Hyderabad 501301
Andhra Pradesh
India

SHRI SHIRDI SAIBABA SAMADHI MANDIR Shirdi







SHRI SHIRDI SAIBABA SAMADHI MANDIR

·  The shrine which houses Baba’s tomb was originally constructed as a wada (large private house) during Baba’s last years of physical presence. It is built on the same land that Baba had tended as a garden. The shrine was built by a wealthy devotee from Nagpur, Gopalrao Booty. The wada was originally intended as a rest house and temple for Muralidhar. The inspiration for the building came to Booty in a dream, when he was sleeping beside his friend and fellow devotee, Shama. Baba appeared and told him to build a house and temple. It is a perfect sai-incidence that Shama had the same dream as Booty had. Deeply touched, they commenced the activities for constructing the wada, took the sketches to Dixit for approval and then went to Baba for blessings. Baba responded warmly and gave His blessing to the project. The work commenced around 1915. It was built in stone and was therefore known as dagadi (stone) wada. Shama supervised the construction of the basement, ground floor and well. Later, Bapusaheb took over job of supervising the work. On Oct 15, 1918 Baba lay with His body fading fast. His last words were,”I am not feeling well in the masjid. Carry me to the dagadi wada”. Baba was indeed carried to the wada, and was buried in the place where the image of Muralidhar was to have been placed: an edifice was later raised over the tomb. The burial was completed by early Thursday morning. A photograph of Sai Baba was placed on a throne on the platform of the tomb. It remained there until the statue was installed in 1954. That picture is now kept in the recess of the Samadhi Mandir for display.
·  The statue, which has become such a famous and well-loved image of Baba, was not installed until 1954, thirty-six years after His mahasamadhi, and there is an intriguing story behind it. Some white marble arrived from Italy at the Bombay docks, but nobody seemed to know anything about it or who it was for, or why it had come. In the absence of a claimant, the dockyard auctioned it and the purchaser offered it to the Shirdi Sansthan (temple authorities). Impressed by the quality of the marble, they wanted to use it for an idol of Baba and gave the commission to a sculpture from Bombay, Balaji Vasant Talim. However, the latter had only one black and white photo of Baba as his model, and was struggling to get the likeness. One night Baba came to him in a dream, remarked on his difficulties and then showed him His face from various angles, encouraging Talim to study it thoroughly and remember it well. This gave Talim the fillip he needed and after that the work flowed easily and the result exceeded all expectations. The statue was installed on Oct 7, 1954, on the auspicious day of Vijayadasami. As the main object of adoration in Shirdi, the idol is accorded all due honors. Out of their love for Baba, devotees wish to provide every comfort and respect they can. Baba sits relaxed, natural and majestic, gazing benignly on the millions of diverse visitors who flock to him for succor. The lifelike quality of the eyes really does seem to be looking at us and responding! The feeling and experience that Baba is still alive and present pervades all the Sansthan facilities and activities of His devotees. The same sentiment is seen in entire Shirdi and contributes to the mystique and magic of what we call Shirdi.
·  The temple premise of Shri Saibaba Sansthan is spread in approximately in 2150sq.ft. It is situated in the heart of Shirdi village and is a major center of pilgrims from all over the world. Along with the Samadhi Mandir, the temple complex also has Khandoba Temple, Gurusthan, Dwarakamai, Chavadi, Lendi Gardens and other temples like Hanuman Mandir, Mahalakshmi Temple, Narasimha Temple and Jain Temple. On an average, daily 25,000 devotees visit Shirdi village, to have the Darshan of Shri Sai Baba. In the festival season, more than 1,00,000 devotees visit the Temple every day. The Temple premise is renovated in the year 1998-99 and is now equipped with all necessary facilities like Darshan Lane, Prasadalay (Lunch and Dinner), Donation Counters, Prasad Counters, Canteen, Railway Reservation Counter, Book Stall etc.

Weekly Activities
  • Chavadi procession (palanquin procession) is organized every Thursday at 9:15pm. In the evening, Baba’s satka and padukas are displayed in front of His sacred tomb from 7:30pm, until they are carried out at the beginning of the procession at 9pm. Devotees in Samadhi Mandir are allowed to pay their respects to these sacred objects, which are accessible only at this time.
  • At about 9:15pm, the procession moves out of the Samadhi Mandir, to a flurry of horns, cries and waving fans. At the centre is the garlanded portrait of Baba from Chavadi carried reverently by the great-grandson of one of Baba’s dearest devotees, Tatya Kote Patil, and another of his relatives. They are preceded by one of the temple staff carrying the padukas and satka. The procession enters Dwarkamai and about ten minutes later, and the photo is placed on the decorated silver palanquin to the accompaniment of more exuberant bhajan. In about fifteen minutes, temple staff and locals then carry the palanquin to Chavadi.
  • As the palanquin approaches Chavadi, procession reaches the climax of the evening. The palanquin is parked outside, and the picture, draped in gold embroidered red velvet, is carried inside Chavadi and greeted as if Baba himself were entering. Baba’s picture is then settled into place on a silver throne and arati is performed. Finally, the whole group returns to the Samadhi Mandir. Here, a local person receives the satka and padukas, and the Kote brothers hand back the picture and collect a coconut as prasad. The prasad is kept beside Baba’s statue until the final night arati is over. The picture is returned to Chavadi after morning arati the next day. Chavadi procession is taken along the path that Baba walked by foot nearly hundred years ago.
Special Activities
  • The Shirdi Saibaba Sansthan Trust celebrates three major festivals, Sri Ramanavami, Guru Purnima, and Vijayadasami every year. These festivals are celebrated with great passion, verve and happiness. Several thousand devotees flock to bathe in the grace and to receive blessings from Sri Sai Baba.
  • Temple organizes puja, bhajan, public parayana (reading of scriptures and devotional texts) and exuberant processions with the palanquin and the rath (chariot procession). The Samadhi Mandir remains open all night during these festivals.
  • Other prominent Hindu festivals like Maha Sivaratri, Gudhi Padwa, Datta Jayanthi, and New Year are also celebrated.
Social Activities
  • Shri Saibaba Sansthan Trust, Shirdi, is the authorized body to control and manage the day-to-day activities at the Shri Saibaba Samadhi Mandir and other temples in the premise. It also provides various facilities like accommodation, lunch (at economical rates), refreshments, railway reservations, and lot more.
  • The Sansthan Trust also runs Kanya Shala (Girls School) and English Medium School, Hospital, Blood Bank, Industrial Training Institute (I. T. I.), Drinking Water supply, etc.
  • The Sansthan Trust also participates in the development of Shirdi Village. Recently Sansthan Trust has paid money for the development of Drinking Water Scheme for Shirdi Village.


Mandir Timings
All Days
04:00 AM - 11:15 PM
Arati Timings
Day
Kakad Arati
Madhyahn Arati
Dhup Arati
Sej Arati
All Days
04:30 AM
12:00 PM
Sunset
10:30 PM
7 / 7
Address
Shirdi
Rahata Tal
Ahmednagar (Dist) 423109
Maharashtra

Friday, May 24, 2013

Sri Siddheswaram Preethapaalitha Shirdi Saibaba Mandiram Ongole Lawyerpet





Sri Siddheswaram Preethapaalitha Shirdi Saibaba Mandiram

·  Sai Baba temple was inaugurated on Aug 4, 1982. Beautiful 5ft. 6in. tall marble statue of Sri Sai Baba was installed on Dec 12, 1990 by Sri Santh Gulab Baba of Katel (Maharashtra).
·  Temple is built on approximately 23,760sq.ft. This temple was announced to be second Shirdi by Sri Santh Gulab Baba on the day of inauguration. Temple has Dhuni in the southeast and Dwarakamai to the south and Chavadi to the north. Dwarakamai is constructed on 84ft. X 20ft. area and Chavadi is constructed on 20ft. X 20ft. area.
·  Mandir is very famous in Ongole as the Samadhi of Puyja Sri Ekkirala Bharadwaja Master is placed here. Temple has built Nandadeep behind Master gaari Samadhi. Temple also has Dattatreya Temple, Sri Raja Rajeswari Devi Temple (Kurtalam Peetham), Library, Homeo Dispensary, Nityannadana shed (dining hall) and Prasadasala (kitchen).

Weekly Activities
  • Chavadi Procession is held on every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
  • Palanquin Procession is held every Thursday.
  • Temple organizes Poolangi Seva on Saturdays and Dattuni Pallaki Seva (palanquin procession for Lord Dattatreya) on Sundays.
Special Activities
  • Temple celebrates New Year’s eve and New Year with special activities (Dec 31 and Jan 1). Guru Purnima is celebrated every year with special activities and devotees are allowed to touch the holy feet of Baba’s idol.
  • Temple celebrates 72 hours Baba Samadhi from Aug 13 to Aug 16 each year. Devotees are allowed to touch the holy feet of Baba’s idol during this time. Sri Ramanavami is celebrated each year for 9 days.
  • Temple celebrates Vijayadasami each year with special activities planned for 10 days. Master gaari Aaradhana is celebrated on Apr 12 and Master gaari Jayanthi is celebrated on Oct 30 every year.
Social Activities
  • Free Homeopathy hospital is run every day except on Thursdays. Datta Sai Nursing Home Medical Hospital is operational every day at concessional rates to people who cannot afford. Temple also donates Rs. 2,500 to one patient every month at old age home. Temple offers medical aid to the needy to the extent they can stretch.
  • Shirdi Sai Paathasala (school) offers free eduction, books, meals, unifoms, and examination fees to 250 students and takes care of the staff.
  • Nitya Annadanam (food offers on a regular basis) program offers food to students and staff of the school, leprosy ward patients, Datta Sai Nursing Home patients and their staff and anybody who attend at noon every single day. Temple conducts 100 kg Rice Per Month program in which 100 kgs of rice is distributed at Aagama Veda Paathasala, Bharadwaja Master Veda Paathasala and Manana Hospital for mentally retarted people.

Mandir Timings
Sun Mon Tue Wed Fri Sat
05:00 AM - 01:00 PM
04:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Thu
05:00 AM - 01:00 PM
04:00 PM - 10:30 PM
Arati Timings
Day
Kakad Arati
Madhyahn Arati
Dhup Arati
Sej Arati
Sun Mon Tue Wed Fri Sat
05:30 AM
12:00 PM
06:00 PM
09:00 PM
Thu
05:30 AM
12:00 PM
06:00 PM
10:00 PM
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Address
 
Ongole
Prakasam (Dist) 523001
Andhra Pradesh
India

Santhapet Sri Shirdi Saibaba Adhyatmika Seva Samstha Ongole



·  Sai Baba temple was inaugurated on the auspicious day of Vijayadasami in Oct 1995. Sri Viswayogi Viswamji installed 2.75ft. tall statue of Sri Sai Baba the next year in 1996 on Vijayadasami day. This Baba temple is a beautiful place that is built on 65ft. X 500ft. area with great spiritual atmosphere.
·  Temple has dhuni in the South West and Dwarakamai opposite to main statue. There is a statue of Lord Vinayaka to the right and statue of Lord Dattatreya on the left side of the entrance gate. Master Sri Bharadwaja's statue is seen just behind Dattatreya statue.
·  Temple premises has Naga Laksmi Amma temple, Sivalayam, Venkateswara Swami temple, Anjaneya Swami temple, Lakshmi Varaha Swami temple and a statue of Lord Krishna. Temple has a Dhyana Mandiram (meditation hall) and gosala (cow shed). Ayyappa Swami temple is under construction in the premises.
Mandir Timings
All Days
05:00 AM - 01:00 PM
04:30 PM - 10:00 PM
Arati Timings
Day
Kakad Arati
Madhyahn Arati
Dhup Arati
Sej Arati
Sun Mon Tue Wed Fri Sat
05:15 AM
12:15 PM
06:15 PM
09:00 PM
Thu
05:15 AM
12:15 PM
06:15 PM
09:30 PM
7 / 7
Address
Santhapet
Ongole
Prakasam (Dist) 523001


Andhra Pradesh
India

Thursday, May 23, 2013

Sri Sai Sadan Nellore




·  The mandir was inaugurated on May 12, 2003 and Sri Darga Swami installed the statue the same day. This mandir is a 2 floor construction facing north. Prime Idol is on the ground floor and the Chanting Mandir, Library, Parayan hall, Dwarakamai Baba are on the first floor.
·  The following events have significance since the inauguration of this temple: Apr 21, 2002 Sri Ramanavami Saibaba Nama (calling Sai Baba's name) was chanted throughout out the day to sanctify the place. Apr 25, 2002 foundation stone was laid and all devotees performed worship collectively. Mar 10, 2003 in Dwarakamai, Baba's photo is installed and regular worship activities started. May 12, 2003 marble idol of Sri Sai Baba was brought from Jaipur. Worship was held at Shirdi on this occasion. Three day event was organized to install the idol under the supervision of Sri Darga Swami. Dhuni was started on this day with the sacred fire brought from Shirdi. EO of Sri Sai Baba Sansthan, Sri B.R. Wakchaure visited this temple and palanquin procession started in his presence. Ever since palanquin procession is conducted on every Thursday from 07:30pm to 09:30pm. Aug 2003 Sri Allu Bhaskar Reddy started Satsang program in this mandir. Life and teachings of Baba, Dattatreya and other saints are enlightened to devotees on every Sunday in the evening.
·  Feb 25, 2005 Chandrabhanu Satpatiji from Delhi visited this temple and gave discourses on teaching of Sri Sai Baba. Aug 9, 2009 Kalyana mandap (dias to perform marriages) is inaugurated by Sri Darga Swami. Function hall is provided for free of cost to poor devotees and a reasonable price to others. Nov 2009 mandir details are hosted on web. Jun 7, 2010 in Dwarakamayi Baba idol was installed, Meditation and Parayan halls were started, Dwarakamai Baba photo was installed in parayan hall, 2 pairs of silver padukas (feet) one in main mandir and other in parayan hall were inaugurated by Sri Darga Swami. Many volumes of books on Sai Literature are available in the library for devotees. Aug 2, 2012 Baba Padukotsavam was held on Sravana Purnima on the occasion 100 years completion of Padukas at Gurusthan at Shirdi. Jul 2, 2012 Sai Nagarotsavam was held on a grand scale. From Jul 26, 2012 to Aug 2, 2012 Sai Satcharitra parayana was held and On May 12 every year temple anniversary is celebrated and feeding is done to poor people on a large scale. 



Address

Sri Sai Nagar, Beside Children Park
Chintareddy Palem Road, Aditya Nagar
Nellore 524002
Andhra Pradesh




Mandir Timings
Sun Mon Tue Wed Fri Sat
05:45 AM - 12:30 PM
05:30 PM - 09:30 PM
Thu
05:00 AM - 12:30 PM
05:30 PM - 10:00 PM
Arati Timings
Day
Kakad Arati
Madhyahn Arati
Dhup Arati
Sej Arati
Sun Mon Tue Wed Fri Sat
06:00 AM
12:00 PM
06:15 PM
09:00 PM
Thu
05:30 AM
12:00 PM
06:15 PM
09:30 PM