​​Daily Arathi Timings 
Morning|Kakad Aarati - 9:00 am
Noon | Madhyan Aarati - 12:00 noon
Evening | Dhoop Aarati - 5:30 pm
Night | Sej Aarati -  7.00 pm / 8.00 pm

CALENDAR OF EVENTS - JANUARY


Jan 13 Fri Bhogi (Lohari)


9.00 am Bhogi Mantalu(Bonfire)      

6.30pm Bhogi Pandlu to our Sai and Kids


Jan 14 Sat  Makara Sankranthi (Pongal) & Uttarayanam           

09.30 am Ekavara Rudra Abhishekam


10.00 am Mahalakshmi and Surya Homam


11.00 am Satyanarayana Vratam


05.00 pm Veda Patanam


07.00 pm – Jyothi / Sej Arathi


Jan 15 Sun Kanuma & Sankatahara Chaturthi​

09.30 am Ganapathi Abhishekam 


10.00 am Lalitha Sahasranama / Ganapathi Homam 


11.00 pm Sâi Satyanârâyaña Vratam 


05.30 pm Lalitha Sahasranama Parayana/Flowers


06:30 pm “GA” kara Sahasram 


08.00 pm Jyoti Arati


Jan 16 Mon Mukkanuma Bommala Nomu


10.00 am Savitri Gauri Vratam


Jan 24 Tues Pushya Krishna Trayodasi - Pradosham

06.00 pm Ekavara Rudra Abhishekam 
Siva Archana


Jan 26 Thur Republic day of India & Mâsa Sivaratri

10.00 am 360 Rudra Abhishekam


11.00 am Sri Rudra Homam


Jan 27 Fri Paushya (Chollangi) Amavasya
08.00am Deva Rishi Pitru tarpanam

Temple  Fall/Winter  Timings 

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​Mon-Wed & Fri-Sun                         9.00 am to 7.30 pm

​     ​Thursday                                     9.00 am to 8.30 pm

REGULAR TEMPLE EVENTS



Friday           06.00 pm    Lalitha Sahasranama Parayana 

Saturday       06.00 pm    11 times Hanumanchalisa Parayana 

Sunday         09.30 am     Sri Subha Drishti Ganapathi Abhishekam   
                     11.00 am     11 times Aditya Hrudaya Parayana



Vedic Classes - Kids and adults 
5.30 pm - 6.00 pm  -  Kids ( Gayatri Japam , Suktas and Slokas)
 6.00 pm - 7.00 pm  - adults -  Rudram ( Namaka & Chamaka) Suktas


​​​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 (Click on the links below to sponsor).


$21             $54             $108           $504        Other