This place of
worship and the headquarters of the Sai cult, though commands international
following is not so imposing, nor adorned with sculptural adornments like
temples. In tune with the spirit of the master, it is quite unostentatious, but
very spacious, rather
as spacious as his heart. And his several sports. The samadhi is housed in a
well built spacious hall sufficient enough to accommodate hundreds of devotees
at a time. Its size and location please the eye, and the statue of Baba
installed above it is extremely grand. The posture is sitting, and the sublimity
emanating from it enthralls the visitors and impresses that they are actually in
his physical presence. Its spick and span together with solemnity wrings
veneration, and silences the turbulence of the worldly desires to an astonishing
degree. Reciting of hymns or ringing of bells are conspicuous by their absence.
Soulful prayers unconsciously emerge and surge forward to merge in the great
Samadhi, reminding that by giving a decent samadhi to man's, eternal foes - like
greed, lust and ego, one can get solace and lead an adorable life as that of
Baba - a Fakir becoming a paramatma of universal and perpetual veneration. A
simple small village turning itself into a premier pilgrimage centre, and the
ordinary rural folk changing themselves into torch bearers. The other objects of
visit are Dwarakamai lying next to it. And here the fire pit deserves reverence.
The garden-outside the Main Mandir too is visit worthy. The campus has many
rooms and halls for visitors to stay, and the ministrations offered by them make
the stay comfortable and prayers successful and memorable.