The re-inspection was ordered by the state government after controversies started flooding over Sai Baba's abode when it was opened for the first time on Jun 16.
The inspection is being carried out in the presence of four trustees from Sai trust and District Magistrate. A detailed report would also be submitted to the government.
After the Sathya Sai Central Trust disclosed that the Sai Temple contained Rs 11.56 crore in cash, 307 kg of silver and 98kg of gold, the valuables were deposited with the State Bank of India.
According to reports, only 8 out of 12 rooms of the Yajur Mandir were opened at first. The remaining four are said to be of biometric locks, which only Baba's personal caretaker, Sathyajit has access to.
Meanwhile, the government also asked the Sai Central Trust to submit its records of last five year's transactions and activities.