Shirdi Sai Baba Temple is a Hindu temple situated in the area of Mylapore in Chennai, India. It is devoted to the Indian holy person Sai Baba of Shirdi. The sanctuary was worked in 1952 by one Narasimhaswami, a Salem and Sai Baba aficionado, out of cash given by a Chettiar shipper. This is viewed as the most confided in sanctuary in India. The sanctuary is the home office of the All India Sai Samaj. The All India Sai Samaj is an association established by Sri Narasimhaswamiji seven decades backs, its fundamental protest being proliferation of the life and lessons of Sri Sai Baba of Shirdi.
Through two many years of eager lecturing, during which he voyaged nearly the whole Bharat, Sri Swamiji made the name of Sri Sai Baba as well-known as that of Siva, Rama and Krishna. Sri Swamiji composed numerous books featuring that Sri Sai Baba's central goal was to unite two networks restricted to one another – the Hindus and Muslims – inside a typical crease, that Baba advanced a religion of affection with peace and congruity, and that Baba had a place with no specific religion or confidence, that he was neither Hindu nor Muslim, with his introduction to the world and early life covered in secret.