Timings - Everyday: 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM  Thursdays: 9.00 AM to 8.00 PM

Devotees interested in making donations for the Temple can do so either by cash, cheque, money order and credit card.  Please note that contributions made to Sai Temple are tax--deductible.

Please make cheques and money orders payable to Sai Temple PA

Mailing Address: Sai Temple, 1100 Osborne Rd, Downingtown PA 19335

Donate Baba Shawls, available at Temple, ask priest for more information.

Malvern Temple





Sairam Devotees,

Hope you and your families are well and enjoying the blessings of the God Almighty.

With your continued support and devotion the temple is running well, and we are pleased to announce that the Sai Temple PA has purchased the land with an existing building in Malvern, PA.  The new Sai Temple will be opened for all in the near future after completing the renovation to the existing building. The location of the new temple is 162-170, Plane Brook Road, Malvern, PA (near route 30, about 1.5 miles east of the intersection of route 202 and route 30). The new temple is purchased by the management and trustees of the Sai Temple in Downingtown, PA.

The current temple in Downingtown, PA will be continue to operate as usual without any changes.  Both current and new temples are governed by the President and officers of the Sai Temple in Downingtown, PA.

In addition to the Sai Baba in life size, the new temple will house Lord Krishna/Radha, Ganesha, Shiva, Durga Mata and Ram Parivar.  The initial plan is that the new temple will be open for 8 hours on weekdays and for 12 hours on the weekends/holidays.  The priests will be available to perform rituals/ceremonies for the devotees at the temple and also be able to provide in-home services.  All the Hindu festivals will be celebrated at the new temple.


What is our Mission?

Our ultimate goal is to preserve and protect the rich Hindu Cultural Heritage in our present and future generations, and to provide convenient place for spiritual, educational and cultural needs of the growing community in and around Delaware, Chester and Montgomery counties.  We are aiming to build the new facility to accommodate up to 500 devotees in the temple facility with ample parking area.


Can we afford to finance this new temple project?

The same question was asked when we built our current temple.  With a very small community and its meager resources we were able to do then.  Now, with our strong devotee presence and growing Hindu communities around our area, why can’t we do it now? Baba is guiding many donors to join our efforts.  Yes, we can build this temple! 

How can you help?

This is an ambitious project requiring help from everyone and this is the time that we need the funds the most.  We all have been working hard to get to this junction and to realize our dream of building a New Sai Temple.  We all have to come forward to personally pledge donations and appeal to everyone you can think could donate.  You can serve your temple with tan, man and dhan.  We promise you that your offer to help us will not be turned down.  Help us spread the word.  We need YOU!


The Sai Temple PA is non-profit organization and all donations are tax deductible on your tax return under IRS code 501 C3.

You all have been so generous in the past and your support has always been appreciated.  Please come forward to volunteer your time and talent! It is only with your help that we can build a temple that our children will be proud of!


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Temple Address

* 1100 Osborne Rd, Downingtown PA 19335
*Tel: 610-269-1112
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Temple Timings

 5:00 PM – 8.00 PM
 9.00 AM to 8.00 PM

Aarthi Schedule

About Temple

With blessings of Sadguru Shri Sainath, a group of devout families have initiated the efforts to open a Sai Temple in the city of Downingtown, PA.  The temple sits on 21 acre land owned by non-profit organization called “Sai Temple, Inc.”.