Sri Naga Sai Mandir is a Hindu temple devoted to the Indian Spiritual Master Shirdi Sai Baba in Coimbatore inside the Indian nation of Tamil Nadu. In 1939, Sn. H.H.B.V. Narasimha Swamiji, Sri A.V. K. Chain, Sri. H. Varadaraja Ayyah, along together with his brother Sri. C.V. Rajan commenced the Sai movement in Coimbatore. The temple was mounted in 1942. The Institution named for Sri Sai Baba was positioned up darsana of the Devotees. Swamiji entrusted the center to the care of Sri. A.V. K. Chain.
In 1942, the late Sn. C.Varadaraja Ayyah donated round one acre of land on Mettupalayam Road, and Thatched Shed changed into evicted from the donated land intended to residence the Sri Sai Baba Mission- later named Sri Sai Baba Madam. The area became opened for worship to every person irrespective of class, creed, caste or faith. The Sai Baba Madam become the meeting floor of Sai Devotees in and around Coimbatore. Sai Bhajans were held regularly on Sundays and Thursdays.