Temple Timing

8:00 am through 9:00 pm


July 4th Long Weekend Program


      Sunday, July 5th 


10.00 am Ganapathi Abhishekam 
01.30 pm Sâi Satyanârâyaña Vratam
11.00 am Ganapathi Homam 
12.30 pm Palanquin(Pallaki seva) service
06.30 pm “ GA ” Kara Sahasram
07.30 pm Nakshatra Arati 

       Saturday, July 4th

Sri Sai Rudra Maha Yagnam


10.00 am Sri Sai Rudra Maha Yagna 
11.00 am Baba Abhishekam & Flower Service
 

     Friday, July 3rd


10.00 am Sai Abhishekam 
10.00 am Mahalakshmi Homam

08.00 pm 108 Jyothi Arati
05.00 pm Jyothirlinga (360) Archana



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Annadanam

(Feeding the Poor) 


For the last thirty years, Sri Shirdi Sai Baba Temple, Pittsburgh, has been conducting annadanam in India.  The Temple has supplied tens of thousands of free meals each year to the needy. 


This year, the Temple hopes to supply 50,000 free meals in rural India.  These are delicious, nutritious meals provided to local villagers, many of whom are elderly, young, or otherwise unable to always procure enough food.  A typical meal consists of a large helping of rice, dahl, a vegetable dish, and a sweet.  Everyone is served until they are satisfied!


We kindly ask your donation of any amount to help the needy.

Our History 

UPCOMING EVENTS


​​Jun 29 Mon Ashada Sukla Trayodasi - PRADOSHAM
06.30 pm Ekavara Rudra Abhishekam 
07.30 pm Siva Archana 


Jul 1 Wed Ashada Sukla Poornima
09.30am Ekavara Rudra Abhishekam
10.30am Mahalakshmi & Sai Homam
06.30 pm Sâi Satyanârâyaña Vratam
07.30 pm Jyoti Arati


Jul 4 Sat Adhika Ashada Krishna (Sankatahara) Chaturthi
Jul 5 Sun 10.00 am Ganapathi Abhishekam 
11.00 am Ganapathi Homam 
06.30 pm “ GA ” Kara Sahasram


Jul 13 Mon Adhika Ashada Bahula Trayodasi - PRADOSHAM
06.30 pm Ekavara Rudra Abhishekam
07.30 pm Siva Archana 


Jul 14 Tue Jyestha Krishna Chaturdasi - Masasivaratri
10.00 am 360 Rudra Abhishekam 
10.30 am Sri Rudra Homam / 1 Lak Bilva Archana 



Let  the different faiths  exist , let them flourish and let the glory of God be sung in all the languages and in a variety of tunes. That should be the ideal. Respect the difference between the faiths and recognize them as valid as long as they do not extinguish the flames of unity - Sai Baba  

Temple Timings
 Saturday thru Wednesday & Friday

9.00 am 8.30 pm

 Thursday 9.00 am - 9.30 pm
(Sej Aarathi 8pm )

Daily Arathi Timings 

Morning/Kakad Aarati - 9:00am
Noon/Madhyan Aarati - 12:00noon
Evening/Dhoop Aarati - 6:00pm
Night/Sej Aarati - 8:00pm

SHOW YOUR SUPPORT !

Recurring Donation


Do you donate regularly to the Temple?  Then you should  set up a RECURRING DONATION . It is very easy to set it up.  You can also stop anytime.

Fill in the recurring donation  form, sign and return by fax (412-374-0940), mail or email back to Temple.  Thank you for your support!  -  Jai Sai Ram.


Our Mission 

We trust in  GOD. There is only ONE God, Who is omnipresent omniscient, omnipotent. The main  purpose is to reduce pain and sorrow and to enhance joy in all beings by means  of Vedam (prayers), Yagnas, Annadanam.  To enlighten the devotees with spiritual education and  through services like Annadanam (Feeding the needy, plants ,ants, birds and  animals). Ordered by Sri  Sai Baba of Shirdi Himself to the  founders.

People of all faiths are welcome at Sri  Shirdi Sai Baba Temple, as there is only one religion, the religion of love.   Sri Shirdi Sai Baba Temple provides programs to develop peace, truth, love and  bliss.

The  Temple Promotes:

SATYA(Truth), DHARMA(Righteous),

PREMA(Divine love), SHANTI(Peace),and AHIMSA (Non-violence).

Temple  Philosophy

 “Love All, Serve All -  Help Ever, Hurt Never"

Sri Shirdi Sai Baba Temple Pittsburgh, PA is the first Sai Baba Temple  in  the United States. Shirdi Sai Baba Temple of Pittsburgh was initiated in 1979 under the divine guidance of Sri Shirdi Sai Baba to Srimati Mahalakshmi & Sri Panduranga Rao Malyala.  It was fully operational from July 24th 1985. in 1993 the Municipality of Monroeville approved site located at 1449 and 1451 Abers Creek Road for Temple use , where the Temple is today.

 1st  Shirdi Sai Baba Temple