Chavadi

Why?
  • A large painting of Sai Baba painted by a devotee named Ambaram.
  • A wooden bed where Baba was given his last bath after he passed away.
  • Chavadi translates to village office, where village records were kept and taxes collected
  • Sai Baba would spend his nights, on an alternating basis, particularly during his later years.
  • Every Thursday evening, at 7:30 PM a large procession bearing Baba's palanquin with his image in it is carried out from the Samadhi temple to Dwarak Mai and finally to Chavadi.
Location
  • Within the Sai Baba Sansthan Complex
Timing
  • 5 a.m. to Noon
  • 4 p.m. to 9 p.m.
  • Open All Days
Fees
  • Free
Restaurants nearby
  • Manoj Nashta House ,Shirdi Rahata
  • Neem Restaurant ,Post Office Road
Gallery
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