Shirdi Sai Temple, Wembley Wembley Temple

Contact Details:
Union Hall,
Union Road,
Wembley, HA0 4AU
+44(0) 208 9022 311

Shirdi Sai Temple, Wembley Leicester Temple

Contact Details:
Guild Hall, Colton Street,
Leicester LE1 1QB
Sat-Nav : LE1 1QA
+44(0) 116 367 1833

Shirdi Sai Temple, Wembley Reading Temple

Contact Details:
44, West street,
(Next to Primark)
Reading,RG1 1TZ
 +44(0) 118 959 1084
 
Latest News
Meeting held with the residents of Reading on improving the awareness of Baba in the neighbourhood
 
Events

Dear Sai Devotees,

SHITAL (Shirdi Sai Baba Temple Association of London) pleased to announce Live Sai Baba painting Jugalbandi by world renowned artist Shri Navneet Agnihotri ji.

Please join us on May 29th at Shirdi Sai Baba Temple, Leicester Colton St, LE1 1QB from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm and be part of the divine evening.

Baba Malik!

 
Ways you can Support

Please show your support and donate to the great cause of 'Spreading Baba's Message'

 
EVERY DAY IN BOTH TEMPLES
  • Temple Opens 8.00 am
  • Kakad Aarti 8.15 am
  • Mangal Snan 9.10 am
  • Chota Aarti 09.45 am
  • Madhyan Aarti 12.00 pm
  • Dhoop Aarti 6.00 pm
  • Shej Aarti 8.30 pm
  • Temple Closes 9:00 pm

Every Thursday night Palki service is 8:00 PM (London) & 7.30 PM (Leicester).

Any additional services will be announced on our notice board and on our website.

 
Sai Satya Vrat Pooja

Our temples offer Shri Sai Satya Vrat puja for FREE every Sunday from 9 am - 12 pm. It is a combination of Satyanarayan puja & Shirdi Sai Baba puja. As there are limited number of places available, we suggest you to call us in advance to book your place

 
 

HOUNSLOW

Lampton School, Lampton Avenue, Hounslow, London, TW3 4EP
Bhajans, Dhoop aarti & Preeti Bhoj on Thursday from 06:00 to 09:00 PM.

SLOUGH

The Centre, Farnham Road, Slough, SL1 4UT
Bhajans, Dhoop aarti & Preeti Bhoj onThursday from 06:00 to 09:00 PM

MILTON KEYNES

Westcroft Meeting Place, Wimbourne Crescent, Westcroft, Milton Keynes MK4 4DB
Bhajans, Dhoop Aarti & Preeti Bhoj on Saturday from 05:00 to 09:00 PM

EAST LONDON

Hariben Bachubhai Nagrecha Hall, 198-202 Leyton Road, London E15 1DT
Bhajans, Dhoop Aarti & Preeti Bhoj on Sunday from 04:00 to 08:00 PM
 

This Month's Special puja

Significance of Durga Pooja
 
 

Durga is perhaps the most widely worshiped deity of Shakti. Maa Durga's divine characterization include entire Devibhagavatham is dedicated to her. Durga means one who is difficult to approach. However since she is the mother of universe she is the personification of tender love, wealth, power, beauty and all virtues.

During Durga Puja, God in the form of the Divine Mother is worshiped in Her various forms as Durga, Lakshmi and Saraswati. Though the Goddess is one, She is represented and worshiped in three different aspects. On the first three nights of the festival, Durga is worshiped. On the following three, Lakshmi and then Saraswati Devi on the last three nights. The following tenth day is called Vijayadasami.

Vijaya means "victory", the victory over one's own minds that can come only when these three: Durga, Lakshmi, and Saraswati are worshiped.