Puttaparthi Sai Baba Temple | History & Timings

Puttaparthi Sai Baba Temple

Puttaparthi Sai Baba Temple is in the Anantapur District of Andhra Pradesh, and it contains Prasanthi Nilayam Ashram. Sai Baba of Shirdi is a figure of respect with many lovers. Shri Sathya Sai (genuine name Sathyanarayana Raju)followers trust that he is another form of Shirdi Sai Baba and makes the town heavenly and respectful for them.

Sathya sai baba temple

History of Puttaparthi Sai Baba:

However, with the birth of Sir Sathya Sai, they established many speciality and charity hospitals, educational institutions, etc.

The story of the Sathya Sai Baba remains the main crowd puller which tells about a child, the mother of whom told about miraculous conceiving of the baby.

He was then born with unusual intellect and realized fully at the age of 14 by announcing himself as the avatar of Sai Baba of Shirdi. Sathya Sai Baba died on 24 Apr’ 2011; his Samadhi is in Prasanthi Nilayam Ashrama.

How to reach Temple:

By Air: The nearest airport is in Bangalore. The rest of the journey can cover by car or taxi over 240 km.

On Train: Sri Sathya Sai Prasanthi Nilayam is the nearest railway station. It takes 9 km to reach Puttaparthi Sai Baba Temple.

By Bus: The nearest bus station is 1km away from the Temple as it is APSRTC BUS STAND.

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Puttaparthi Temple Timings:

  •    The Temple gets Opened at 4:30 AM and closes by 9:30 PM

Accommodation:

Puttaparthi Sai Baba Temple provide Dormitory type of Accommodation with Tariff Rates (per head per day) of

  • Rs. 5
  • Rs. 10
  • Rs. 20 (with bunker beds)

 whereas they provide accommodation for Overseas people and NRI’s.

Puttaparthi Temple Photos:

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  1. I like to visit baba ashram in psychopathy i went to there 30 times with my sister in law Seetha almost she also passed away 2013 in kidney trouble in those days we spent very spiritual time i can visit next year to see that prashanthi nilayam we had interviewed at Baba in 2005

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