VISAKHAPATNAM: The tallest Shirdi Sai temple in India of height 120 ft and plinth area of 56,000 sq.ft. was inaugurated at Visakhapatnam Steel Plant's township on Saturday by CMD of Rashtriya Ispat Nigam Ltd., P.K. Bishnoi.
A unique feature of the temple is that the idols of all the ‘Gurus' from Lord Dattatreya to Lord Shirdi Sai are installed under one roof.
The ‘Prana Pratishta' of previous avatars of Sri Shirdi Sai Baba, viz., Sri Sripada Srivallabha, Sri Nrusimha Saraswathi, Sri Akkalkotkar Maharaj and Sri Manikya Prabhu was carried amidst Vedic chanting and traditional rites.
The temple complex was built by Sri Sai Gayathri Institute of Human Transformation Trust, an organisation of Shirdi Sai Devotees of Visakhapatnam Steel Plant and its well wishers.
Director (Personnel) Y. Manohar, Director (Finance) P. Madhusudhan, employees of VSP and large number of Shirdi Sai devotees attended.