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

For London only

FREE MATHS LESSONS for YR 4-6 AND YR 7-11 Sundays 6-7pm .

For more details please call on 0208 902 2311 or email : info@shirdisai.org.uk.  

 
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

Wexham Court, Parish Hall, Slough, SL2 5QP
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 Deep Pooja
 
 

Deep Pooja, also known as Deepa Pooja, is observed on the Amaavasya (no moon day) in Aashaadha month (July August) in many parts of India.

This is observed to welcome the holy month of Shravan that immediately follows from the very next day. All the diyas or lamps in house are cleaned on the day and are decorated with different bright colours.

Light in this sense symbolises Knowledge and darkness symbolises Ignorance. The Oil or Ghee symbolises our negative tendencies and the wick represents our Ego. This gets slowly burnt with the Spiritual fire of Knowledge. The flame burns upwards symbolising that knowledge always takes us to higher levels in life.

It believe that the worship of Diya will bring knowledge help in seeking the blessings of Ashta Lakshmi, Saraswati and Parvati. Many devotees dedicate this pooja to the Pancha Maha Bhoota (that is the five primordial elements - Air, Water, Fire, Sky and Earth).

According to the Hindu religious scholar and pundits, it is strongly believed that the light’s radiations from the diyas will perfectly drive out all bad powers and the evil. On the other hand, it will welcome new brightness and positive energy into their life.

In Shirdi Sai Baba Temple, devotees can avail of this opportunity to participate and perform this puja in the temple on the afternoon of the first Sunday of August. In Baba’s Divine presence we can partake of this sacred event and pray to Baba to bless all of us with True Spiritual Knowledge which will light up our souls with Pure Devotional Service at His Lotus Feet.

Kindly contact the Temple staff to express your interest and wish to participate in this month’s monthly pooja.