The temple remains open between 5 am in the early hours of the day and closes at 1 pm in the afternoon. Resuming its services for the second time in a day, the second session is scheduled to commence at 5 pm in the evening and is open till 9:30 pm at night.
The day begins with a Harathi at 5 am with Abishekam and Alankaram done two hours later at 7 am. Again, an harathi takes place anywhere between 12 pm and 1 pm during when the Mahanayvedhyam is also set aside for offering to the idol.
During the second session, there is an Harathi at 6 pm. Three hours later, at 9 PM, another Harathi is performed and the Prasadham is distributed. In between all such scheduling, you can go there and get your poojas done and offer prayers to Shri Sai Baba and other idols that grace the temple.
Thursday is a very special day since it is the only day of the week which is much associated with the avatar himself. In fact, this is the most favoured day of the week when you could actually seek his special darshan.
The temple authorities have decided to celebrate this special day and so they have scheduled some special arrangements on these days. Every Thursday , at 1 PM, Annadhanam is conducted by means of which a huge number of natives and other inhabitants of the surrounding localities are served well prepared food. And, to evoke spiritual beliefs in devotees and to support their worship, Bhajans and Nakarasankeerthanas go on air between 8 pm and 9 pm.
Apart from the above mentioned special arrangements, the schedule of this temple is actually very much the same as the other days.
Since this is the only Sai Baba temple in the village, the natives keep coming to this temple for their peace. Apart from daily worship, people attend in groups to this place for a set of specific events. Whenever people need to name a new born baby or to celebrate any auspicious event, they make it a point to consult the temple priest and act on his guidance.