During this winter, please check weather conditions for “Downingtown, PA 19341” prior to plan or arrive at our Temple premises. Please check our website (www.saitemplepa.com) and/or call our temple phone at 610 269 1112 and check Temple roads, drive ways are safe to drive. Please make your own judgement and plan your visit. We are making every effort to make our devotees to have safe and pleasant visit.
Dahan - Wed, 4th March 2015 (After 8.00 PM Aarti)
Holi Pooja - Thu 5th March 2015 - All Day Pooja
Holi Celebrations - Sat 4th April 2015 (Due to weather conditions, the holi celebration is postponed to 4th Apr 2015)
Holi is celebrated throughout the length and breadth of India with immense joy and enthusiasm. It is celebrated as the festival of the divine love of Krishna and Radha. Holi is also related with the story of Prahlad, Holika, and Hrinyakashyapa. The festival is celebrated in the Hindu month of Falgun, which falls at the end of winter season and welcome of spring and commemorates with the Mid-February to Mid- March period of the Gregorian calendar. On the occasion of Holi, Hindu community all over the world celebrates this festival with immense joy and fervor. Apart from color playing, community gathering, feast, exchange of gifts and good wishes are vital elements of Holi celebrations.See complete schedule for Holi Dahan, Pooja and Celebrations 2015
Telugu / Kannada / Marathi New Year
10:00 a.m. Sai Abhishekam
06:30 p.m. Panchang Sravan In Telugu(Reading Telugu Panchang)
All day Archanas and Poojas will be performed.
Temple will be closed for public today Thu 5th March 2015 due to inclement weather conditions and forecast. Depending upon the snow accumulation and clearance, temple may be open for public in the afternoon poojas and Aarthis.
Please call temple at 610 269 1112 and check the temple roads and driveways are safe to drive. Please make your own judgment and plan your visit. We are making every effort to make our devotees to have safe and pleasant visit.
Ceremony 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Mahaprasad 12.30 p.m Onwards. Palki Utsav is scheduled at 7 p.m.
Sri Ram-Navami is a festival celebrating the birth of Sri Ramachandra. It occurs on the ninth lunar day of the bright fortnight of Chaitra month. Sri Rama, an incarnation of Lord Vishnu, was born to King Dashratha of Ayodhya, thousands of years ago. He enacted His lila, or pastime, of killing the evil king Ravana and establishing virtue, by personal example, throughout His kingdom. Sri Sitarama Kalyanam—10.00 A.M. to 01.00 P.M. - the wedding ceremony of the celestial couple is held at temple with great fanfare and accompanied by group chanting of name of Rama, (Rama Nama Smaranam). Please sponsor and be part of this auspicious and holi wedding ceremony.
Sponsorships for Mangal Sutram, Vastras, Garlands, Flowers and Fruits, Mahaprasad for devotees are available.
Annual Live Music Concert 2015
Date : Sat 25th April 2015 at 5 p.m.
Venue : Upper Merion High School, King of Prussia, PA
Hindi and all South Indian Movie Songs
Concert By Vasant Vaseegaran's V-Sh#rp featuring "Sa Re Ga Ma Pa" Harini Vasudevan, Krishna and Suresh Ramachandran.
$10 per person! Kids under 5 Free!!
Kakada Aarthi - 9:00 AM
Akhanda Aarthi - 12.00 Noon
Dhoop - 06.00 PM (Thursday 5:00 PM)
Seja Aarthi - 8:00 PM (Thursday 7:00 PM)
Fee is $1001 (tax deductible)
- Temple will sponsor a new Shawl (dress) for Sai Baba from your side.
- On the day of membership, special pooja will be performed for your family.
- Three poojas for no charge in the temple PER YEAR, for first 3 years.
- One Pooja at half fee at your home PER YEAR, for first 3 years
- Name will be published on our website and in the temple
- A momento with temple name on it will be given.