Gorge Upon Delicious Laddu at Shirdi Sai Saba Temple

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Life is a song – sing it. Life is a game – play it. Life is a challenge – meet it. Life is a dream – realize it. Life is a sacrifice – offer it. Life is love – enjoy it.

Shirdi Sai Baba, a saint or God camouflaged as a human being. His main focus was on the self-realisation of oneself’s rather on any materialist thing. His remarkable saying “SABKA MALIK EK” is associated with the Islam and Hinduism, both. He emphasized on two disciplines: shraddha (devotion to the guru) and saburi (waiting cheerfully with love and patience). He proposed three main Hindu spiritual paths known as Bhakti yoga, Jnana yoga and Karma yoga. He never failed in surprising his disciples with his miracles like lighting lamps with water, curing the incurably sick etc.


For Online Shirdi Sai Baba Temple Prasad, various online portals are available which present Prasad to Sai Baba on behalf of the client and then delivers at the latter’s doorstep, making easier for them to get His blessings and positive energy from the Temple.


To receive Shirdi Sai Baba Temple Prasadam i.e; laddu Prasad, thousands flock of devotees visits the temple. In the temple’s campus, a separate hall and kitchen are made available for the making and drying of laddus, respectively. The ingredients of this delicious Prasad include ghee, flour and dry fruits. In addition to this three laddus, Prasad also contains sacred thread and sai’s photo. To ensure availability of Prasad to each and every devotee present online and offline, almost 10 tons of laddus are prepared every day in the temple’s kitchen.

Usually, temple gets opened by 5:15 A.M. to perform the divine kakad aarti and remains open until the end of shej aarti. After the aarti, people are given Shirdi Sai Baba Temple Prasad.


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