This is a very peaceful temple having a beautiful idol of Sai Baba. Every Thursday this temple conducts Saibaba`s Palki Yatra. Palki Yatra goes through a fixed route through Dwarakapuri Colony and Hindi Colony.
Baba is coming to your home. After having blessed from baba the Utsava moorthy and Padukas of Baba are coming directly from Shirdi. Sevas done: Abhishekam, Ashtothram, Arathi, Swing Seva, Palki Seva, Ashwirwadam at devotees houses and keep on following wherever baba goes.
Thousands of devotees belonging to several parts of Orissa participate in a large scale Shobha and Palki Yatra originating from Talcher jagarnath Temple, taking a round of the town and concluding at the same originating place on holy day of Ram Navami. For the first time in Talcher Shirdi Sai Baba`s palki yatra was organized by Sai Parivar. All the streets in Talcher were filled with Baba`s Palki processions. Thousands of Devotees carried Sai Baba`s Palki`s all the way from several places in Talcher, Badadanda sahi, first gate, Bye pass,Hatatota. All walked bare-foot all the way in the Palki Yatra. Devotees smeared with Gulal (Pink Color powder) danced all the way chanting Baba`s name to the beats of the drums & claps. Ram Navami day around Ten thousand devotees reached Talcher Praja Mandal premises to have Baba`s darshan and offer their love to him
Sai Baba`s palki Yatra from Sai Baba temple at Dev Nagar, Karol Bagh, New Delhi
Shirdi Sai Rasoi`s Palki was in front of Dwarkamai for two days. Palki yatra started on April 4th in the evening after baba`s chhappan bhog in Dwarkamai. The Sai Satcharitra was read by the entire group there and on the evning of the 5th April the palki was taken to Hotel Sai Deep. Dances were performed by Sai devotees in their own styles. Baba`s swaroop gifts were distributed to all its members.
Every Thursday at 8 pm, Palki Seva of Sai Baba is organized. Baba`s Palanquin is taken from Sai Baba Temple to the Shiva temple which is opposite to Sai Temple. This is followed by Shej Aarti and Preeti Bhojan. Email: email@example.com Website: http://www.shirdisai.org.uk