Sri Naga Sai Trust Cordially invites you to Sri Ramnavami & Sri Sai Jayanthi Celebration the festival from 18th to 25th March 2018 in a grand & befitting manner
all the devotees to participate in the function and to get the blessings of Saibaba.

pooja, bhajans will held on the following days.

From 18th to 25th March 2018

Sri Ramnavami & Sri Sai Jayanthi Celebration Live on King TV 25th March 2018 11Am to 1 Pm. Watch the live don’t miss the divine movement.

On 25th March 2018 Sunday Sri Ramnavami & Sri Sai Jayanthi Day Celebration program list

5.15 am – Kakada Aarthi
6.00 am – Morning Abeshekam
6.30 am – Homam
11.00 am – poornahuthi
11.10 am – Sri Naga Sai Bhajan
11.30 am – Maha Abeshekam
12.30 pm – Noon Aarthi
1.00 pm – Maha Annadhanam
6.15 pm – Evening Aarthi
7.00 am – Alangaram
8.30 pm – Seja (Night )Aarthi


 About Sri Ramnavami 

In 1897, Gopalrao Gund proposed holding an urs in Shirdi as an expression of his gratitude to Baba for having been granted the birth of a son after many childless years. Baba gave his permission for the celebration and fixed the day for Ramnavami. This was an ingenious touch of Baba’s. Urs is a Muslim festival honouring a Muslim saint usually one who has passed away); by holding the urs on the day of a Hindu festival, the two communities were brought closer together in a natural yet remarkable way. The festival gradually grew in importance and in 1912 some devotees asked Baba if they could celebrate Ramnavami, since it fell on the same day (Ramnavami is the anniversary of Lord Rama’s birth). Baba agreed and the festival was held in grand style. From that day, says the Sri Sai Satcharitra, “the urs was transformed into the Ramnavami festival”.


|| Akanda Namam||

“Om Sai Sri Sai Jaya Jaya Sai”
mantra chanting continuously from 4th Jan to 11 Jam 2018 nonstop in a rhythm by diffrent groups, on the occasion of Sri Naga Sai 75th Year Darshan Day celebtation. Venue Saideep Kanyana Mandapam, Sri Naga Sai Mandir, cbe-43

அகண்ட நாம சப்தாகம்,

ஸ்ரீ நாக சாயி மந்திரின் 75வது ஆண்டு தரிசன விழாவினை முன்னிட்டு “ஓம் சாயி ஸ்ரீ சாயி ஜெய ஜெய சாயி” என்கிற மூல மந்திரத்தை வருகின்ற 2018ஆம் ஆண்டு ஜனவரி மாதம் 4ஆம் தேதி முதல் 11ஆம் தேதி வரை இடைவிடாது பல இராகங்களில் பல குழுக்கள் பாட இருக்கின்றனர்

Posted by: srinagasai | December 20, 2017

Darshan Day Festival Celebration On 7th of January 2018

7th of January 2017 (saturday), Darshan Day Celebration
In 1943 on the evening of the 7th of January, Guru-vara (Thursday) sacred for worship of Baba, a miracle .happened! A shining and lustrous Cobra small in size but possessing an unusually big hood with divine marks of Tripundra, Shanka and Chakra appeared before Baba’s picture when the Bhajan was going on in full swing to the accompaniment of drum, cymbals etc., with all the lights on. The Naga stood there in a pose of worship fullness entranced in Baba Music! Waving of lights, aratis etc had no effect on the nerves of the Cobra. People around who had swelled into a crowd of a few hundred stood there in awe and wonder at the wondrous sight of the Naga with spread head. There was no fear for the snake; the proverb that even a battalion of soldiers of valour shiver at the sight of a cobra was falsified. Young and old, women and children in thousands began to pour into the spacious land of the Bhajan Madam to witness the Naga that lingered in the same spot for full 48 hours Baba bhaktas began to shower baskets of flowers in worshipful reference for the Naga. The Cobra was virtually submerged in a mould of flowers but even then, he was immobile. Aartis were performed for the Naga. On the second day of Naga’s advent, photographer came to take a picture of the Naga in its majesty but the latter was immersed under heaps of flowers. No one had the courage to go near the spot where the cobra was lodged and clear the flowers. The only course open to them was to pray. Ho! the Naga jumped out of the flowers heaps and posed for the photograph as if in answer to the prayers of the multitude. One and all were sure for the first time that it was all the work of Sai Baba. The devotees then prayed with fervour and faith to the Naga to clear out and enable them to resort to their routine worship of Baba in the Madam. Then the immobile Naga showed signs of movements went around Sri Sai Baba’s picture and slowly marched out into the open, disappeared into the bush where later an ant-hill (snake’s natural habitat) appeared. The place where the Naga disappeared in held as a ‘Holy Ground’ by devotees and from that day onwards Shirdi Sai Baba in Coimbatore is worshipped as “Sri Naga Sai”.

Watch Live darshan……

On 07-01-2018 Saturday Darshan Day Celebration program

5.15 am – Kakada Aarthi
6.30 am – Homam
11.00 am – poornahuthi
11.10 am – Sri Nagasai Bhajan
11.30 am – Abeshekam
12.30 pm – Noon Aarthi
1.00 pm – Distibuting prasadham
6.15 pm – Evening Aarthi
7.00 am – Sri Nagasai Bhajan
8.30 pm – Seja Aarthi

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