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Sathya Sai Ashram:

Sathya Sai Ashram also known as Prasanthi Nilayam is the ashram of Sathya Sai Baba attracting a large number of followers and devotees. Meaning the abode of peace, Sathya Sai Ashram has a large number of educational institutions in its vicinity. Built in 1950, Sathya Sai Ashram or Prasanthi Nilayam was the official residence of Sathya Sai Baba where he used to meet and greet his followers. The ashram is now operated by Sri Sathya Sai Central Trust and continues to attract a large number of followers even after the demise of Sathya Sai Baba.



Gopuram also known as Ganesh Gate is the official entry point to the ashram of Sathya Sai baba. Built in the year 1975 as a birthday commemorative to Baba, Gopurum has a huge idol of Lord Ganesha signifying the removal of any hindrance. Satha Sai Baba used to leave and come back to his ashram using the Gopuram route. Gopuram attracts a large number of tourists and spiritual followers of Sathya Sai.


Anjaneya Swamy Temple:

Anjaneya (Hanuman) Swamy Temple dedicated to Lord Hanuman is one of the most popular religious shrines of Puttaparthi. Located on the Gopurum road near the ashram of Sathya Sai Baba, Anjaneya (Hanuman) Swamy Temple has a shivlinga brought from Kasim. The idol of Lord Hanuman appears to be standing inside a cave making it one of the most picturesque temples of the region. Anjaneya (Hanuman) Swamy Temple attracts a large number of tourists and pilgrims from all over India.


Chaitanya Jyoti Museum:

Chaitanya Jyoti Museum is one of the most well known landmarks of Puttaparthi attracting a large number of tourists and historians alike. Inaugurated by Sathya Sai Baba is the year 2000, Chaitanya Jyoti Museum houses a collection of rare artifacts showcasing the life and times of Sathya Sai Baba. The Chaitanya Jyoti Museum uses multimedia presentations to colorfully illustrate the live of Sathya Sai in great detail to the visitors. The architecture of the Chaitanya Jyoti Museum is a perfect blend of Indian, Chinese and Japanese styles of architecture. Designed by scientist follower of Sathya Sai named Art-ong Jum Sai, Chaitanya Jyoti Museum attracts tourists, historians and photography enthusiasts.


Sri Sathya Sai Space Theatre:

Sri Sathya Sai Space Theatre is a state of the art science planetarium providing extensive astronomy education and awareness. The Sri Sathya Sai Space Theatre inaugurated by Sathya Sai Baba in 1985 uses spitz space system-512 to simulate the night sky. Sri Sathya Sai Space Theatre is extensively used as a classroom for children.


Sarva Dharma Aikya Stambha:

Sarva Dharma Aikya Stambha located in the garden near Sai Kulwant Hall is a 50 foot high column attracting a large number of tourists. Built in 1975 on occasion of the golden jubilee celebrations of Sathya Sai Baba, Sarva Dharma Aikya Stambha signifies the unity in diversity of various religions and doctrines.


Chitravathi River:

Chitravathi River is one of the most well known geographical landmarks of Puttaparthi town. Believed to be the bathing place for Sathya Sai Baba, Chitravathi River is considered to be as sacred as the Ganges River by his followers. Sathya Sai Baba used to perform many miracles at the banks of Chitravathi River during his formative years.


Meditation Tree:

Meditation Tree is an old Banyan tree is the premises of the Sathya Sai Ashram. The tree planted by Sathya Sai Baba has been earmarked as a special meditation zone for the devotees to enhance their spiritual acumen. The Meditation Tree is also known to enhance the brooding spirit between the followers and the commune in totality.


Samadhi Shrine:

Samadhi Shrine contains the mortal remains of Sathya Sai Baba's parents. Located opposite to the Sathya Sai Baba ashram, the shrine attracts a large number of pilgrims. The shrine reflects his deep emotional love and bonding with his biological parents. A bhajan ceremony is conducted on May 6 every year to mark the passing away of the mother of Satya Sai baba at the shrine.


Kalpa Vriksha:

Kalpa Vriksha (wish fulfilling tree) is an ancient tamarind tree located near the Chitravathi River. The point is famous for being the location where young Sathya Sai Baba used to perform his miracles during childhood. It is believed that friends of Sathya Sai were told to imagine any fruit they wished for which in turn would be produced by the Kalpa Vriksha tree. The Kalpa Vriksha tree attracts a large number of tourists and followers.


Gayatri Shrine:

Gayatri Shrine is one of the most well known religious shrines of Puttaparthi town. Installed in 1998, Gayatri Shrine is dedicated to Goddess Gayatri believed to be a manifestation of Goddess Durga. The idol of the Goddess at Gayatri Shrine with its five heads and ten arms attracts a large number of pilgrims and art lovers from all over India.


Gopalaswami Temple:

Gopalaswami Temple is a small village temple located on the outskirts of Puttaparthi town. Dedicated to Lord Krishna, the Gopalaswami Temple attracts a large number of pilgrims and devotees. The local population of Puttaparthi and its surrounding regions visit the Gopalaswami Temple regularly to offer prayers.