At a walking distance from the Sri Sai temple is Baba’s Chavadi. Chavadi literally means a community place for the village and Sri Baba used to sleep here every alternate days. Managed by the Sai trust, the Chavadi is open to public and displays the belongings of Baba.
The Chavadi is divided into two levels. One section has a large portrait of Sri Baba and a wooden bed and white chair that belonged to him. The other section houses the chariot known as Paalkhi in local language.
Every Thursday, a procession from Dwarkamai arrives to the Chavadi and the chariot displays Baba’s photograph, his Paduka (slippers) and the Satka.
The Chavadi gives an insight to the simple living of Sri Sai Baba.
Baba's Chavadi Travel Tips
- Remove your foot wear outside.
- Do not photograph without permission.
- Modest dressing is recommended.
- Maintain peace.
Entrance Ticket Details For Baba's Chavadi
- Entry ia free.
How to Reach Baba's Chavadi
- On foot
- Rented car
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57% of people who visit Shirdi include Baba's Chavadi in their plan
09 AM - 10 AM
41.38% of people start their Baba's Chavadi visit around 09 AM - 10 AM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Baba's Chavadi
71.43% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Baba's Chavadi