.SAI DHAM (Nottingham)
Welcome to Sai Dham (Nottingham)

The Sai Community Centre (also called Sai Dham Nottingham) was established in 1993 with devine blessings of Shri Saidas Baba (took mahasmadhi in 2006) who was a famous Saint and devotee of Shirdi Sai Baba and Shri Sathya Sai Baba of Puttaparthi,

Shri Sai Baba of Shirdi was one of the greatest saints with miraculous powers, seen in early decades of nineteenth century in India (mahasamadhi in 1918) and is revered as a God incarnate for uplifting the people of all faiths and communities.

Sai Baba is beyond distinctions of religion, caste or creed. He embodied all religions and preached the Universal religion of Love. He said that 'my aim is to change the hearts of Chrstians to make them better Christians, muslims to make them better muslims, Hindus to make them better Hindus and Sikhs to make them better Sikhs' (and people of all other religions and faiths too).

Besides propagating the teachings of Shirdi Sai Baba for the unity and oneness of all religions and faiths, Saidham Nottingham aims to:
Provide support to the Senior Citizens and Youth for healthy life styles including Yoga and Meditation.


Dear Devotees,
*** Coronavirus Update 08.12.2020 ***
*Sai Dham Nottingham re-opening on 12th December 2020*
Dear all,
From 12 December 2020, Sai Dham will open for darshan every Saturday between 06:30pm - 08:00pm.

Devotees can visit the temple by prior appointment only with Pandit ji on phone number 0115 912 8022 or the mobile number 07720 348406

Please note: No food or Prasadam will be cooked or served in the temple premises at the moment, and temple opening is for Darshan only.
As per the government guidelines members of the congregation cannot mix with people from other households.
Also, social distancing measures such as face coverings, safe distance and hand sanitisation must be adhered to duing your stay in the temple.

Our priority remains the safety of our devotees, Pandit ji and the committee members. Following key changes are put in place to adhere to the social distancing rules and safety measures:

1) Panditji is not allowed to put tikka on you or tie the mauli, neither anyone will be allowed to touch the Deities.
2) Hand sanitiser will be available for use. However everyone must bring and wear their face mask or face covering whilst in the temple premises.
3) Mandir committee sincerely requests those who are unwell, or have any Covid-19 symptoms or have recently been in contact with anyone who’s been ill; kindly NOT to attend the Temple.
For everyone’s safety and well-being it’s our request that you do follow the above advice.
For further information feel free to contact our committee members – Mr Pawan Joshi: 07939 568 175, Mrs Leela Sreenath: 07847 199 589.

Om Sai Ram

Sai Dham Mandir Commmittee
*Temple Opening Times Update*
Dear all,
Sai Dham is now open for Darshan only, details of opening times listed as below:
In the Morning: Between 8.00am-10.00am, Monday to Sunday.
In the Evening: Between 6.30pm-8.00pm on Saturday. Between 7.00pm-8.00pm, Sunday to Friday.
Prior appointment is not required if you visit during the above times. However devotees may visit the temple at other times through prior appointment only with Panditji on phone number: 0115 912 8088 or on mobile: 07720 348 406.
Regardless of whether you are visiting with or without appointment please ring the door bell and wait for Panditji to respond.
Please also note Saturday bhajans and dinner in the evening are currently not taking place until further notice.
Coronavirus remains a serious health risk. You should stay cautious to help protect yourself and others. Please wear face covering during your stay in the temple for protection of self as well as others.
Sai Prema

Swagatam Pratham Pujya Shri Ganesh! We welcome with utmost reverence our Bappa to Sai Dham with beautiful decoration. It is time to come together for 10 days of celebrations starting Fri 10th Sep 2021 - daily Aarti in the morning & evening followed by dinner in the evening, Kids Drawing & Talent Show and Satyanarayan Katha. Make sure to catch it all here on this page - Follow, Like and Share. Stay tuned!

You are cordially invited with family and friends to Sai Dham temple.
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Saidham Nottingham Sewa Day Community Kitchen (Every Saturday)

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Diwali, New Year and Shubh Laxmi Puja
Saturday 14th November 2020
Sai Dham celebrated Diwali and Laxmi Puja

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Food donation to homeless Every Saturday

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Saidham Live Events dedicated space

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For further queries please contact Sai Dham.


On Sunday, Apr 24, 2011 2246 Hrs. IST :
Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba who had been admitted in Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Medical Sciences, Prasanthigram for the last 28 days breathed His last this morning, at 0740 hrs., as per the Medical Bulletin released by the Director, SSSIHMS, this morning. After His admission into the hospital on the 28th March with cardiac related problems, Bhagawan has been on ventilator support for many days. The official bulletin read as follows: (- click here for the source -)
Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba is no more with us physically. He left His earthly body on 24th April, 2011, at 0740 hrs. due to cardio-respiratory failure. Bhagawan Baba's Body will lie in state at Sai Kulwant Hall for two days (Monday and Tuesday). Arrangements will be made for Darshan after 1800 hrs. today, at Sai Kulwant Hall.



For a full list of upcoming calendar events click here.
Click here for the list of events and pujas.
For our opening times and daily schedule click here.

See Chairman's appeal letter click here.

Baba's Message for Today:
The purpose of true education is to create the right sense of values, the value of time, the value of discipline, the value of character, the value of prayer, the value of hard work the value of responsibility, the value of teachers and the value of parents and elders.