Sai Baba always gave the devotees whatever they ask. It is a common practice today for Sai devotees to Invoke Sai mentally and ask for guidance when needed.
Baba always said to his devotees,

“I shall be ever active and vigorous even after leaving this earthly body. I am ever living to help and guide all who come to me, who surrender to me and who seek refuge in me.”


Before you ask your questions let us start with chanting ‘OM SAI RAM’ for 5-10 minutes to clear your mind
When we utter the three words, “Om Sai Ram”; it brings a complete power of positivity into our life, though for a moment. It has the power to keep you mentally strong and have faith in yourself. We cannot expect our problems to go away, but the presence and divinity of Baba can help us succeed even in the toughest times of our life.


Once your mind is clear and faith is strong, think of the question which you have and click anywhere on the picture of Sai Baba. Try to be serious while asking your question and try to ask only one question a day.
Shri Sai Baba Temple Shirdi


Think of Sai Baba & Ask your question mentally and and click Sai’s image to get an (YES/NO/WAIT) answer.
Shri Sai Baba Temple Shirdi


Click Sai Baba’s image & ask your question mentally

Sai Baba is a revered saint in India and is worshipped as a god in many countries around the world. He is known for his miracles and teachings, emphasize equality, compassion, and devotion.

Sai Baba was born in 1838 in the village of Pathri, Maharashtra, India. His real name is unknown, but he was given the name Sai by his first devotee, Mahalsapati Nagare.

Sai Baba lived in the village of Shirdi for most of his life. He was a wandering ascetic who wore simple clothes and had long hair tied in a white cloth. He was often mistaken for a Muslim fakir, but he taught both Hindu and Muslim devotees.

Key teachings of Sai Baba

  • All religions are equal.
  • Love everyone, regardless of their religion, caste, or background.
  • Be compassionate and helpful to others.
  • Be patient and content with what you have.
  • Do your duty and live a moral life.
  • Serve others selflessly.
  • Sai Baba’s teachings are based on the principles of Hinduism and Islam.
  • He was a firm believer in the equality of all people, regardless of their religion, caste, or social status.
  • He taught his devotees to be kind, compassionate, and helpful to others.
  • He also emphasized the importance of living a moral and ethical life.
  • Sai Baba’s tomb in Shirdi is a popular pilgrimage site for Hindus and Muslims alike.