Sai Parivar Vishwa Seva Sansthan Trust

About the Temple Premises

Sainath Devasthanam

Sri Sainath Devasthanam is situated in village Ghorabandha, Telco, Jamshedpur - 11 km from Tatanagar Rly Station. The land  area is approx. 2 acres, which was donated by Smt. Meena Mahatani, W/o. Shri Bibhuti Bhushan Mahato, a resident of Ghorabandha village itself.

Sri Sainath Devsthanam

Under the patronage of Sai Parivar Vishwa Seva Sansthan Trust, Shri Sainath Devsthanam Temple has been constructed in Ghorabandha area, Telco, Jamshedpur . The total length of the temple is 150 ft. and width is 50 ft. having 3 Gumbajs of different heights . The height of the main Gumbaj is 78 ft. from the base level. This State of the Art temple is established on an area of 86000 sq.ft. The daily rituals Arati and Satsang are performed in accordance with the schedule maintained at Shri Saibaba Sansthan Trust, Shirdi. On Every Thursday special Paalki Yatra is organized and Mahabhog Prasad is distributed to all the visiting devotees .

      In addition to the daily rituals Shri Ganpati Homam , Vishunu Sahstranam Puja , Lalita Sahstranam Puja , Surya Astotra Puja , Shri Hanuman Astotra Puja is also conducted on the concerned days if the week. On every Purnimaday  Sri  Sai Sahastranam Puja is organized .

Shri Dwarkamai

In the year 2008 the Dhuni was religiously and ritually placed in the present Dwarkamai premises. Not only Dhuni but all the items as a replica of Dwarkamai at Shirdi like earthen pot with water and a manual grinder, etc. have also been placed in Dwarkamai . The total length of Dwarkamai is 40 ft and the width is 25 ft. which works out to 1000 sq. ft.  Every effort has been put to give a look to the Dwarkami exactly like Shirdi. The Udi generated from the Dhuni is properly processed and packed and distributed amongst the devotees. On every Thursday and on Purnima days Sai Sahastranam Paath is organized at the Dwarkamai Premises also.


As we know the Gurusthan at Shirdi has got a special sanctity as Baba came to shirdi at an age of 16 years and use to sit below a neem tree. Here at the temple premises we tried to recreate the same aura and constructed the Gurusthan in an area of 200 sq. ft. And by the miracle of Sri Shirdi Sai Baba a neem tree grown by itself exactly near the Gurusthan.  On every Thursday fire of lobaan is ignited.

Sai Mandapam

Being an auspicious place devotees always wanted to celebrate festivals,  occasions, satsangs, rituals, meditation camps, health camps. To facilitate all the above a Sai Mandapam has been constructed measuring 3350 sq. ft. at the basement of the temple.