Being one of the oldest and prominent temples in New Delhi, Sai Baba Temple is located on the Lodhi Road, near Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium. The temple is a beautiful sacred place decorated with gorgeous idols of deities, which leave the devotees spellbound. As the temple is built along the roadside, it attracts a number of devotees on a daily basis. Visiting the place one could feel a sacred haven, a tranquil space that help one to get relief from the hustle of the fast city life. The temple is quite simple from outside but majestic inside. Devotees from all across the city come here to offer a chadar (blanket) flowers and prashad (prayer food). Thursdays are much celebrated here as the temple is visited by a large number of people.
Visiting the temple, one could witness the beauty of the temple where the walls and the idols in this temple are gold plated. Not just this, but the floor of the temple shines with the glow of marble. Other than this one can experience the Kakad Aarti, Noon Aarti, Shej Aarti and Dhoop Aarti everyday. So, Sai Baba temple is a popular tourist attraction in the city and for those seeking blessings can head here for a spiritual experience.
Opening/Closing Time/Arti Time
Other Days - Temple open at 5:00 AM to 11:00 PM br>Kakad Aarti- 5:30 AMNoon Aarti-11:15 AM To 01:00 PM
After Shej Aarti-10:00 PM Onwards
Dhoop Aarti- At Sunset for 20 mins
17, Institutional Area, Lodhi Road, New Delhi, Delhi.
Best Time to Visit
The temple can be visited at any day of the week throughout the year. Thursdays are believed to be a special worship day of Sai Baba due to which the shrine is heavily crowded on the day.
How to Reach?
One needs to get down at the Jawaharlal Nehru Metro station which is on the Violet Line to reach Sai Baba Temple on the Lodhi Road.
Located in the heart of India, New Delhi, Sai Baba Temple is surrounded with other famous tourist attractions. Once tourists are done with seeking the blessings at the temple, the other popular tourist attractions to visit include the following.
- Tibet House
- India Habitat Center
- Visual Art Gallery
- India Islamic Cultural Center
- Krishna Collection Art Gallery
- Muhammad Shah Tomb
- Bara Gumbad
- Lodhi Garden
- Shish Gumbad