Shirdi Darshan Timings

Shirdi Darshan Timings

Sai Baba Shirdi Temple is a place where all the discrimination between caste and religion get vanished. Shirbi is the resident city of Sai Baba. People treat him as God. The thing which makes this temple unique is that this Temple has no doors. Sai Baba of Shirdi was a spiritual master.

He was regarded equally by both Hindu and Muslim devotees. Sai Baba chose the ordinary village of Shirdi as his home. Despite he appeared as a Muslim fakir, he chanted quotes from Hindu scriptures and treated devotees of all religions, castes, and creed equally. Sai Baba of Shirdi is believed to have done many miracles during his lifetime and his popularity is increasing only almost a century after his death.

Timings of the Shirdi Temple

Temple Open  4 AM
Bhupali 4:15 AM
Kakad Aarti (Morning) 04:30 AM – 05:00 AM
Bhajan in Sai Baba Mandir 5:00 AM
Holy Bath of Shri Sai Baba (Mangal Snaan) in Samadhi Mandir 5:05 AM
Aarti “Shirdi Majhe Pandharpur“ 5:35 AM
Darshan begins in Samadhi Mandir 5:40 AM
Dhuni Pooja with Rice and Ghee in Dwarkamai 11:30 AM
Mid Day Aarti 12 PM -12:30 PM
Pothi (Devotional Reading/Study) in Samadhi Mandir 4:00 PM
Dhoop Aarti At Sunset (20 Minutes)
Devotional Songs in Samadhi Mandir & Cultural Programmes (if any) 8:30  PM -10 PM
Chavadi and Gurusthan Closes 9:00 PM
In Dwarkamai water is offered to Baba; A mosquito net is hung & the hanging lamp is lit. 9:30 PM
Dwarkamai (the upper part) closes 9:45 PM
Shej (night) Aarti, After Aarti, A shawl is wrapped around the statue in the Samadhi Mandir, A Rudraksha mala is put around baba’s neck, Mosquito net is hung, and a glass of water kept there. 10:30 PM – 10:50 PM
Samadhi Mandir closes after night Arati 11:15 PM

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