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Sai Baba Temple

Sai Baba Temple

Shree Shirdi Saibaba Temple is located at Shirdi, Maharashtra, India appeal to millions of devotees of every caste, creed and religion. The Saibaba temple is a lovely shrine. Shrine was built above the Samadhi of the Shri Saibaba.

The Shirdi is a small village into Kopargam taluk into Ahmad nagar district of Maharashtra State. The Saibaba was physically there on the age of 20 into Shirdi. Shirdi was a small village of the 80 thatched houses among mud walls. Nowadays, Shirdi is a large town by modern shops and buildings.

Thursday is day of Saibaba is specifically worshipped. At Thursday devotees as of every above India visit of the Shirdi Saibaba Darshan. The Shirdi Saibaba temple opens for the devotees on 5.15 a.m. for Kakad Aarti and stays open till end of the Shejarti.

The headman of a Chandbhai was called Dhoopkhede. He had given permission to Saibaba for staying in village. Sai baba was called fakir by some people. For his entire life Saibaba preached at Shirdi and performed number of miracles to persuade people that god exists. Baba said that god is one but called by various names. Saibaba said follow up your individual religion and seek of the truth.

Temple places

Dwarkamai

With a marriage procession, Baba came to shirdhi. Saibaba stayed at dwarkamai till the end of his life. The dwarkamai is located at the right of entrance of the Samadhi mandir. Baba solved the problems of people, cured their worries and sickness at this place. Baba came into dwarkamai and showed that god is one. The 1st level of Dwarkamai has a picture of the Sai Baba and a large stone on baba used to sit. The first level has two rooms. The first room has chariot and second room contain palkhi. Chariot is small temple. The 2nd level of the Dwarkamai has made of square stool stone. Baba used this stone for taking the bath. The major attraction of the dwarkamai place is an oil painting of the Saibaba sitting in a sliced wooden shrine.

Samadhi Mandir

Samadhi Mandir
The Samadhi Mandir of the Shri Saibaba was really owned with a millionaire as of Nagpur, well-known Saibaba devotees Shreemant Gopalrao. The Shreemant Gopalrao wanted to protect a god of the Murlidhar here. However, Baba him self become Murlidhar and the Mandir become the Samadhi Mandir of the Saibaba. The Saibaba mandir is developed by stones and Baba's Samadhi mandir is developed by white marbles stones.

A railing is developed into marble around the Samadhi mandir and is complete of ornamental decorations. The Samadhi mandir fronts are 2 silver pillars complete of decorative designs. This god was made with the late of Shri Balaji Vasant.

The every day routine of the mandir starts on 5 o'clock in the morning by Bhoopali for a morning song and closes on 10 o'clock into the night behind the Shejarati is a sung. Simply at 3 occasions the mandir is reserved open during the night that is at Dassera, Ramnavmi and Gurupoornima. All Thursday and at every festival a Palakhi by Saibaba's photo is taken out as of the mandir.

Khandoba Temple

The Shriddi Saibaba temple is located on the main road. In frontage of this temple Saibaba was welcomed with Poojari Mhalsapati of the Khandoba temple. In Shirdi Saibaba temple there are icons of Mhalsai, Banai and Khandoba.

Top Gurusthan

The Saibaba 1st came to Shirdi into the type of the Bal Yogi means a child ascetic. Saibaba was 1st seated spot below a Neem tree. The Neem tree place came to be known as the Gurusthan. The Gurusthan was modernized at 30th September; 1941. There is a little shrine into Gurusthan. A large portrait of The Sai Baba is placed on raised platform of the shrine. At the side there is a marble statue of the Baba. The front portraits are a Nandi and Shivling. In this temple, 12 photos of jyotirlings are peresent. The Neem tree branches have come out through the roof of the Mandhir. At a small distance there is a Baba's Chavadi. The Saibaba used to sleep chavadi all alternate day. The Chavadi is separated into two parts. The Chavadi has a wide portrait of the Saibaba along with a white chair and a wooden bed belonging to him.

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