Samadhi Mandir was constructed under the patronage of a millionaire from Nagour, who was an ardent devotee of Sai Baba. The Sai devotee, Shreemant Gopalrao, wanted to enshrine an idol of Murlidhar at the temple, but Sai Baba declared himself as Murlidhar. Following this, the temple became the Samadhi Mandir of Sai Baba. Made up of white marble, the samadhi is located amidst two silver pillars embellished with decorative designs.
At the shrine, devotees can also view a marble statue of Sai Baba seated on a throne with a silver umbrella, which stands open above it. Railings located near the samadhi are ornately carved. Morning song called Bhoopali begins the day that ends with the song Shejarati. Late Balaji Vasant made the idol of Sai Baba in 1954 using Italian marble. White marble stones have been used to construct the samadhi.