Here We are Providing the Informations about Shiridi Sai Temple and what are the places you must to visit in Shirdi. And how to reach over there as well.
Kakad Arati 4.30 TO 05.00 am
Darshan begins 05.40 am
Noon Arati 12.00 12.25 pm
Dhuparati at sun set (20min)
Shejarati 10.30 to 10.50 pm
Shri Sai Satyanarayana Pooja 7.00 am 9.00 and
Abhishek 7.00 am9.00 amand 12.30 pm
Note: On every Thursday at 9.15 pm there is Baba’s Palanquin Procession from Samadhi Mandir to Chavadi.
Darshana Line closed
1. Noon Aarati 11.15 am to 1.00 pm
2. Shejarati 10.00 pm onwards
3. Dhuparati Half hour before aarti

1. SAIBABA’S SAMADHI MANDIR: Babas Sacred Body has been laid to etenal rest (Samadhi) here. The edifice of this main Mandir (Temple) was constucted with Baba’s blessings, by Shri Gopalrao Butti of Nagpur, an ardent devotee of Baba. It is therefore also known as “Butti Wada”. Baba’s beautiful lifesize idol is installed near His Samadhi in this shrine. All rituals, comprising Pooja, Abhishek and daily four Aaratis, are Perfomed here.

2. DWARKAMI (MASJID): This was Babas abode(located within Samadhi Mandir Complex) continuously for sixty years till He took Samadhi. Baba blessed innumerable devotteeshere. The Sheela (Stone), on which Baba used tosit, is located in Dwarkamai. The sacred Fire (Dhuni) lit by Baba is also eternally burning here. Baba used to give Sacred Udi (Ash) from this Dhuni to His devotees to fulfil ther wishes. Even now, Udi distibuted to devotees is from this Dhuni. Baba used to cook food here and distribute it among his devotees.

3. CHAVADI: Chavadi is located nearby, on the eastern side of Samadhi Mandir Complex. On every alternate day, Baba used to proceed in Procession from Dwarkamai to Chavadi at night and sleep there. Even now, on every Thursday Baba’s Photo, Holy Padukas (Footwear ) and Sataka (Baton) are taken in palaquin procession to the Chavadi, between 9.15 pm to 10.00 pm.

4. GURUSTHAN: Baba was first spotted (within Samadhi Mandir Complex) when He was a lad of sixteen. Baba used to refer to this spot as His Guru’s (Mentor’s) location. The famous Margosa (Neem) tree, refered to in Shree sai satcharitra stands here. It is he experience of devotee that if they burn incense here on Thursday and Friday their ailments get cured.

5.LENDI BAUG: Baba used to go for a stroll to this Baug (Garden), which is located within Samadhi Mandir Complex. Nanda Deep(Sacred Oil Lamp) is kept continvously lit near the Pipal tree planted by Baba Himself in this Garden. A small Datta Mandir is also situated in this Garden. Baba’s beloved horse Shyamkarna(Shyamsunder) was laid to eternal rest here. There is also a well, called Baba’s Shivadi” in this garden.

6. MUSEUM HALL: Valuable things used by Baba during his time are drinking vessel (Tumbrel), Baba’s Paduka (foot prints), Baba’s Satka, Grinder, Gramophones, Bowl of Hukka, Horse bridle-habilments, the Kaphani and Sandals worm by Shri Sai baba and the Original photographs of Lord Sai. All these valuable things are kept in the museum Hall for Sai devotees.

7.OTHER SAMADHIES: Samadhis of Shri Tatya Patil Kote, Shri Bhau Maharaj Kumbhar, Shri Padmanabha iyer, Shri Nanawali and Shri Abdul Baba, who were Baba’s ardent devotees and were closely associated with Him during his life time, are located within Samadhi Mandir Complex., near Lendi Baug.

8. Besides the forgoing, there are other Temples located within Samadhi Mandir complex; Shri Ganesh Temple, Shri Shani Temple and Shri Mahadeo Temple.

9. KHANDOBA MANDIR: This temple is located near Shree Saibaba Hospital on Nagar-Manmad Road, When the marriage party of Chand Patis wife’s nephew came to Shirdi, they had taken shelter under the banyan tree located near this temple. When Shree Saibaba, who had accompanied this marriage party alighted with others in the open ground of this temple, the Pujari (Priest) of the temple welcomed this Young Ascetic with the words “Aao Sai” (“Come Sai”)

1. On arrival at Shirdi, devotees should immediately get in touch with any of the Bhakta Niwassthan Office for booking their accommodation which will be made available after registration of name and other particulars. No deposit is allowed for Accommodation.

2. Occupied room should be locked before going out.

3. If the accommodation provides is in the common hall, luggage should always be left in charge of a member of the party to safeguard it from antisocial elements.

4. A locker is available at nominal charge, which may be booked at the Niwassthan Office, and used for keeping luggage or any other valuables.

5. Care should be taken not to leave any belongings behind in the toilets and the bathrooms.

6. As the Samadhi Mandir is overcrowed at the time of Aarati, devotees should safeguard their ornaments and purses from pickpockets and mind their children.

7. Devotees should note that all religious functions and Poojas in the Sansthan premises to be arranged and performed through the Temple Office of the Sansthan. Necessary payments for these are to be making at the office against a receipt. Boxes have been provided by the Sansthan in the Madir itself to receive the devotees offerings by way Dakshina and Hundis.

8. Offering to Shree Saibaba in cash or kind should always be made at the office against a receipt.

9. Devotees should bear in mind that Baba left no heirs or disciples and should guard themselves against such deception practised by impostors.

10. As all the necessary assistance and guidance is readily available to the devotees at the Niwassthan Office of the Sansthan, assistance from unauthorised guides at the ST stand, if taken by the devotees, will be at their own risk.

11. Devotees are warned against practitioners of black magic professing allegiance to Shree Saibaba, and also against those circulating chain letters, asking the receiver to send a certain number of copies of the letter to his friends.

12. Literatue about Shree Saibaba containing authentic information in various languages has been publsihed by the Sansthan at reasonable prices and is readily available at its Book shops near the Samadhi Mandir.

13. Donations should always be sent by Money Orders, Postal Orders, Crossed and A/c Payee Cheques or Drafts to ensure safe delivery of the same. Do not send cash or currency notes in postal envelopes. Online donation also accepted through

14. As the various dealers and vendors of Pooja articles are not connected with the Sansthan, devotees should first fix the price before buying these articles to avoid any trouble thereafer.

15. All donations for oil for the Nanda-deep and firewood for Dhuni in the Dwarkamai are to be given in the Donation office only.Further details regarding these can be obtained from the Temple incharge.

16. Devotees desirous of feeding the poor can arrange to do so against cash payments to be made to the Prasadalaya itself or the Account office. Coupons are not accepted for this purpose.

17. Devotees desirous of distributing alms to beggars can do so only in the beggar’s shed, near Prasadalaya with the help of the Prasadalaya incharge.

18. Devotees making correspondence should give their complete and correct addresses.

19. Devotees are requested to avail of the facilities at the Tea Canteen and Prasadalaya run by the Sansthan at subsidised rates.

20. Medical facilities are available at the well-equipped Hospital run by the Shirdi Sansathan.

21. The Sansthan has not appointed any representative for the purpose of collecting donations in cash or otherwise. Devotees are informed that no donations either in cash or otherwise should be given to anybody personally. This is to avoid deceit as well as to prevent devotees from being cheated by unscruplous elements.

22. The ‘Holy Padukas (foot wears) of Lord Shree Saibaba are only with the Shree Saibaba Sansthan, Shirdi, kept for darshan in Saibaba Mandir, and not eleswhere.

23. Sai Devotees are requested that they should not keep their foot wears any where except Chappal Stand. It is near to Darshan ‘Q’ entrance.

24. Sai Devotees are kindly requested not to carry their cell phones in Samadhi Mandir. Please keep in the lockers premided by saibba in mandir premisses. Do not hand over it to unknown person.

25. All the devotees, especially women and diabetic persons, are requested to eat some food before joining the darshan queue as during heavy rush days time required for darshan will be from 2 to 3 hours.