Sri Sai Siva Vishnu Temple was established by Guru Rajaramji to guide all those who seek divine positive energy, a mighty step closer to the supreme by engaging in traditional cultural practice for inner peace.
The Divine Dream
A vision to commence the divine mission
Guru Rajaramji had a divine dream that sparked his vision to build a temple. In that dream, the Hindu God Sri Sathyanarayana appeared and asked him to carry forth this duty to build His temple and uphold the dharma. Hence, the world’s first Sri Sai Siva Vishnu Temple was established in 2011 for the benefit of us all. This is a registered Australian non-profit charity organisation.
Sri Sathyanarayana pooja has been performed every month for world peace & prosperity. Soon after, due to the gracious blessings of Shirdi Sai Baba, Guru bakthi had blossomed into weekly Guruvar Thursday Baba poojas with bajans, annadhanam and regular daily Nithya poojas for all devotees to rejoice.
From our humble beginnings, Sri Sai Siva Vishnu Temple purchased land to build a temple in the heart of the Western Suburbs. Funds are currently being raised to aid construction of this temple, due for completion in 2022.
The Branch of Bakthi
Our temple and Guruji’s second step in the footprint of devotional bakthi was to service the wider community. With the blessings of Gods and Gurus, Sri Sai Siva Vishnu Temple branch #2 was opened in the northern suburb of Epping VIC, Australia, truly representing the omnipresence of the deities and Shirdi Sai Baba who shower their blessings on all devotees. People from all walks of life are heartily welcomed at Sri Sai Siva Vishnu Temple. All Hindu ceremonies and festivals are celebrated with dedication and devotion at our temples. We welcome you all to join us for the divine celebrations to gain positive energy, peace and prosperity in your lives.
Donations are welcome to aid our temple maintenance and welfare in order for us to service the community. Thank you.
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This website is created by Dr. Gayathriji © Sri Sai Siva Vishnu Temple, 2019