About the Temple

Sri Saibaba is a religious reformer, with his grace and blessings this mandir manifested itself in the year 2002 n Minneapolis, MN.

A non-profit organization called Shirdi Saibaba Prayer Canter Inc. was formed, and an apartment was rented in Sep 2002 for offering prayers.

In July 2006, the center of the prayer moved to a building at 1835 Pol St NE, Minneapolis, earlier this place was a Hindu Mandir, prior to that it was a Church for Swedish Immigrants in Minneapolis.

A huge and pious life-size marble of Lord Sri Saibaba was installed, and an inauguration ceremony was performed on Sep 15, 2007.

Deities and their significance

The main deity of this Mandir is Lord Saibaba, he had his 1st incarnation at Shirdi as Shridi Saibaba, a righteous Indian saint who served the needy endlessly.

Shradha and Saburi (meaning Faith and Trust) are the 2 main principles Sri Saibaba preached to his devotees.

Saibaba is a self-person to belong to no religion, he believed that God is One.

Sai Mandir Darshan & Timings

Day Morning Evening
Monday – Friday 9 am to 12:30 pm 6 pm to 7:50 pm
Saturday – Sunday 9 am to 1:30 pm 4 pm to 7:50 pm

Daily Aarti to Sri Saibaba

Day Event Time
Everyday Mandir Open 9.00 am
Kakad Aarti 9.15 am
Abhishek 9.45 am
Shodosopachara pooja 11.30 am
Madhyana aarti 12.00 pm
Dhoop aarti 6.00 pm
Shej Aarti 8.00 pm


||Every Thursday Sai Smaran between 7.00 pm – 8.00 pm & Every Saturday Sai Satsangh 4.00 pm – 6.00 pm

Festivals celebrated

The main festival of Saibaba devotees like Guru Purnima, Diwali, Datta Jayanthi, and Maha Shivarathri are celebrated in this temple. 

Daily Activities of Sai Mandir

Lord Saibaba opens his heart to everyone irrespective of their clan for darshan, and regular activities like:

  • Saibaba Aarti
  • Sri Sai Satcharita Parayan
  • Sai Naama Jap
  • Sri Satya Vrata
  • Sri Sahasranama Havan
  • Saibaba Satsang
  • Sai Bhajans and Kirtans

Extra Social Activities

Sri Sai Mandir actively involves in various community-level events like

  1. Meals on Wheels: Feeding program
  2. Salvation Army Program
  3. Feed my Hungry Children
  4. Adopt a Family Program for the needy children of Minnesota
  5. Feeding activities across India
  6. Regular Donations to the Indian Prime Minister’s fund for Tsunami victims in 2005
  7. Save a Child’s Heart Program by Apollo Hospital in 2005
  8. Red Cross for Earthquake Victims of Haiti
  9. Donations to Sankara Netralaya
  10.  Donations to Victims of Natural Disasters in and outer parts of India


Do you know Additional Information?

If the listed information is incorrect or If you know more information about this temple,
Please let us know through the mail to sakalamblog@gmail.com, We will change it so other devotees will know the correct information.

Also, If you could send the photos of the temple, we will upload it for devotees references.

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