Welcome to Shri Sainath Devasthanam!

The idea of having a temple was conceived by a small group of dedicated Sai Devotees. Initially, the group started spreading awareness of Shirdi Sai Baba by holding Pooja, Archana and Bhajans at the residence of devotees, culminating into the formation of a registered society, Sai Parivar Vishwa Seva Sansthan Trust, in 2007. On July, 2007 a small murti of Baba was installed under the shade of a shed. Eventually in the year 2014 the dream of devotees materialized by coming up of the Mandir; Baba’s deity was installed and ‘Pranpratishta’ was performed. Thus came into existence the first magnificent Shri Sainath Devasthanam Temple in Ghorabandha, Jamshedpur.

Sai Parivar Vishwa Seva Sansthan Trust, Jamshedpur.


Aarti is a form of congregational worship, in which the devotees stand facing the image of a deity or a defied saint or, the personage (‘living idol’) of an exalted saint singing devotional songs in unison. Normally, the singing is accompanied by musical instruments such as bells, gongs and crymbals.



The three main festivals are celebrated in Shirdi. They are Ramnavami, Guru Purnima and Vijayadashami. These festivals are celebrated with great passion, verve and he artfulness. There is a programme of puja, music (bhajan) public parayana and exuberant processions with the palanquin and the Rath.

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Sai Udi

The Vibhuti is but the continuation in this incarnation of the Udi or Ash which Sai Baba of Shirdi gave as His boon to those who went to Him. Sai Baba of Shirdi used to take the ash from the hearth fed perpetually with fuel, so that He could have live cinders for the Udi, says Sathya Sai Baba.

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Our Objective

The main objective of the trust is to spread Sri Shirdi Sai Baba's message of love towards all beings and service to humanity, thereby fostering spiritual growth and love for God. Multifarious service activities are being undertaken by the trust, like organizing health camps, providing clothing to poor children, extending Pranic Healing Treatment, giving donations for Eye Operations.
Founder, Sai Parivar Vishwa Seva Sansthan Trust