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WELCOME TO GOLDEN LOTUS SAI TEMPLE

Golden Lotus Sai Temple also known as Swarna Kamal Sai Temple which is spanning over 10 hectares of land was built in 2013 and is located on the banks of the Kharoon River in Raipur the capital of state Chhattishgarh. Golden Lotus Sai Temple is a temple of lord Sai who is believed to be an avtar of lord Shiva.

The Golden lotus Sai temple is built by the group of trustees they are as follow :

  • Dr. Manoj Lanjewar (Main trustee).
  • Dr. Mrs. Mona Lanjewar (trustee).
  • Dr. Miss Mitali Lanjewar (trustee).
  • Miss Milouni Lanjewar (trustee).
  • Master Mihir Lanjewar (trustee).
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The Sthapna Divas was performed at Golden Lotus Sai Temple, on 13th Feb 2013. Sai Baba's Palki & Shobha Yatra was performed through the Streets of hatband village in Raipur, It was organized and sponsored by a group of trustees and lions club Raipur.

The Program Started by Mid Noon & the Palki Yatra was performed though out the area with Baba's Bhajans being played & the band performing some nos. on Sai Baba's Song. Later the Palki was brought into the temple of Sri Sai Baba where the evening Bhajan Sandhya was organized. The pictures of Sai baba were also distributed among the villagers.


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ABOUT SAI BABA

Sai means a Protector, a Religious Teacher and a Father. Pray to Him Like a father. His Love will manifest in many ways. Shri Sai Baba is an Avatar of god lord Shiva has descended in order to uplift mankind and re-establish Dharma.

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ABOUT GOLDEN LUTOS SAI TEMPLE

Golden Lotus Sai Temple is in Hatband village in Raipur, which is in just front of Nandanvan Zoo.It was organized and sponsored by a group of trustees and lions club Raipur.

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ABOUT TEMPLE DESIGN

The structure of the Golden Lotus Sai Temple based on the designer theme of Victoria Amazonica a Giant Water Lily it is mostly found in South America. The temple is open from early morning till late evening. Daily activities consist of aratis, Bhajans, etc.

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