Sai (means "Saint" in Persian) was incidentally and instantaneously coined by Bhagat Mhalsapati when he accosted a handsome young fakir circa 1858 AD. The divine role of Shri Shirdi Sai Baba in the present embodiment covered a period of about 64 years between 1854, when he made his first appearance in Shirdi, and 1918 when he left his body. However, sixty years of stay at Shirdi on his second appearance between 1858 and 1918 manifested the depth and expansiveness of his unique role. Sai Baba of Shirdi was unique, in that, he lived his message through the essence of his being, his life and relationship with the common man, was his teaching.
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Om Sai Mandir: New York
Location, timings, and activities of the temple.
The history and teachings of the saint. Includes a picture gallery and an English translation of Sai Satcharitra, the original work of Shri Hemadpant in Marathi.
Sai Baba Mandir
The location and programs of the Sai Baba Temple in Baldwin, NY. Includes a photo gallery.
Sai Baba of Shirdi
Contains information on life and teachings of Shirdi Sai Baba. Information on Shirdi, interactive book to share devotees experiences, picture gallery, and automatic festival reminder.
Sai Dham (Nottingham)
Sai Dham (abode of Sai) is the UK and Europe's first meditation/prayer centre dedicated to Bhagwan Shirdi Sai Baba.
Saibaba Temple: New York
A project to construct a new temple at Flushing.
Shirdi Saibaba Temple
Location, travel information, and the sacred places in and around Shirdi.
Website on Shirdi Saibaba
Shri Sai Baba is the essence and embodiment of spiritual enlightenment and religious harmony. He awakened people to the eternal truth. "Sab ka malik ek" (One god governs all)