​​​OUT SIDE PRIEST SERVICES:

Our Priests are very well trained in Smartha tradition and has experience over 10 years in performing rituals.

Dharma Teja Nagalingam is from Tenali, Andhra Pradesh and speaks four languages: Telugu, Kanada Tamil, and English.

Tej Kumar Ponna from East Godavari, Andhra Pradesh and speaks five languages: Telugu, Kannada, Tamil,Hindi and English.


Kalyan Durbhakula from Dharmavaram Anathapur dt , Andhara Prasdesh and speaks four languages: Telugu, Kannada, Tamil,and English.

Call the temple for availability of the Priest and Priest will be assigned to you for further details.

Come to temple or Call at 412 374 924 to schedule, or email Pallavi Malyala at pallavi@baba.org. 


List will provided after office schedules the  puja and assign the  priest.   

Reservations are made on a "FIRST PAID BASIS". Hence, prompt payment is suggested.


In any unavoidable circumstance temple will re schedule the puja once only.


All service rates  listed here apply to services  provided by the priest's reasonable time including  travel  time.   

Payments for services are payable to Sri Shirdi Sai Baba Temple. Payments types are check, cash, credit cards, or Company matching program. Please ask for a tax receipt for your records.

 Dakshinas are not proceeds of  Sri Shirdi Sai Baba Inc. and hence, it may not be eligible for tax deduction under IRS rules. 

Priest provides list of supplies to arrange for performing rituals. Sponsors shall supply all items requested by the priests. 

All services are by appointments only. Please call temple office at 412 374 9244 for details regarding appointments.


For the services not listed above contact temple office.

For outside services, it is customary to give the Priest Dakshina - 25% of Dashina / Sambhavan is suggested.  If the priest drives his own car to the site of services $10 reimburse travel/mileage costs is suggested. if it is above 15 miles  travel  mileage charges apply at .$50 cents /mile to be paid directly to the priest if more than 15 miles from the temple.  

Jai sairam!