The Sai Baba Temple is situated in Christanpara, Jamshedpur in the state of Jharkhand. The temple is located 3. 8 kms away from the Golchakkar bus stand and can be travelled within 6 to 7 minutes via the NH118. The major landmarks of the Sai Baba Temple in Jamshedpur are the Tsaf Horse Riding School, the Marine Drive and Shree Shree Hanuman Mandir.

This temple was built and opened for public visiting from the year 2008. The temple is established and dedicated to Sai Baba. The temple has a lotus like structure on the top of its structure. It is made up of a white stone that could be marble. The temple was built over an area of 1 acre of land. The surroundings of the temple is well-maintained by the responsible authority. The entrance of the temple has a huge brass bell hanging off of the ceiling. The bell is rung by every passing devotee to announce their offerings to the Lord.

The speciality of this temple however lies in the teachings of Lord Sai Baba. The teachings of kindness, compassion and humility is of paramount importance in this temple.

The temple opens at timings 7:00 AM with its morning shrines and prayers and closes at 8:00 PM after the last shrine and prayer of the day. No entrance fees is to be paid by the visitors and the temple is one of the most famous tourist attractions of Jamshedpur. It has been ranked 9th among all the tourist attractions of the city. It is best when visited on Thursdays as it is an auspicious day for offering worships to Sai Baba. Devotees ideally spend 1 hour in this temple.