Sai Baba Puja

Sai Baba, also known as Shirdi wale Sai Baba is worshipped by people all over India. He is given the name Sai Baba by his devotees, which means saint or satguru. His devotees include people among Hindus as well as Muslims. Throughout his life, he has preached that people must follow the path of one true satguru. He was born in the year 1835 and passed away in the year 1918.

Practically anyone can worship Sai Baba, as there is no restriction or rule as such. He is known as a preacher of self-realization hence his worshippers follow a path of honesty, peace, and forgiveness. He is easy to please and people regularly light lamps, incense sticks and offer fruits and sweets to him. But particularly Thursday is said to be the best day to worship Sai Baba. One can get peace of mind and many other virtues if one worships Sai Baba with a pure heart on Thursdays.

Lighting lamps are said to be the very living image of God. The flame in the lamp is said to be proof of the presence of God among us in our home or place of work. One must light a lamp when one worships the god. Along with the lighting lamp for Sai Baba, you can also light incense sticks to cleanse the aura inside the house or your place of work. Doing this once a day is sufficient, but if possible doing it twice a day is said to be a lot better.

Chanting arti and mantras

The arti that was created by the Sai Bhakt Madhav Adkar is said to be the best to be chanted while worshipping Sai Baba but you can chant some other Sai Baba Arti as well if you do not know the above-mentioned one. Ultimately what counts is the dedication and purity of the heart behind the effort.

Offerings

You should offer flowers, perfumes, fruits, and sweets whenever you visit the temple of Sai Baba.The flower helps to keep a lively atmosphere in the temple as they are used for decoration. Perfumes provide the idols  with good fragrances. While the fruits as sweets are offered to God as well as to the devotees to come to worship.