Term : 02 Nights - 03 Days
Destinations : Mumbai - Shirdi - Mumbai
Separation : 240 Kms
Fascination : Pilgrimage
Highlight of The Trip :
Visit Sai Baba Temple
Visit Shani Shingnapur
Shirdi is a residential community and an everlasting spot for restoration lie on the Ahmednagar-Manmad thruway. Situated around 307 km upper east of Mumbai, Shirdi is a home to an awesome holy person, Sai Baba who experienced her for around eighty years before he went into his Samadhi. Aside from Sai Baba sanctuary, different spots of enthusiasm for and around Shirdi incorporate Dwarkamai, Chavadi and Shani Shingnapur.
At Tour My India, we offer a weekend visit to Shirdi that will take you to one of the well known sacred destination of India. Consistently, loads of explorers visit this spot to offer their supplications to the immense legend Sai Baba for his kindness. Along these lines, be prepared for our Shirdi Weekend Tour and make your weekend intriguing.
Day 01: Mumbai – Shirdi (240Kms/5hrs)
Meet on landing in Mumbai Airport/Railway station and drive to Shirdi. Shirdi Sai sanctuary is an excellent place of worship that was worked over the Samadhi of Shri Sai Baba. Shirdi is well known sanctuary of Shri Sai Baba. It was built up in 1922 to do the administrations of Shri Sai Baba. At age of 16 yrs Shri Saibaba touched base at the town of Shirdi in Ahmednagar area of Maharashtra and remained their till his demise. Saibaba discovered haven in Khandoba sanctuary, where a villager Mahalsapathi in the sanctuary tended to him as Sai or Saint Sai baba. Touch base at shirdi check in at lodging. Evening free at relaxation, Overnight stay at lodging.
Day 02: Shirdi – Shani Shingnapur – Shirdi (75kms/1.30hr)
Early morning continue for sai Darshan/kakad Arti ((optioal). After breakfast visit to City voyage through Shirdi, Like-Dwarkamai, chavadi, Shani Shingnapur. Dwarkamai is adjecent to the Sai Baba Samadhi Temple complex. Dwarkamai is the mosque which was utilized by Sai Baba as his home for a long time of his life till his death in 1918. The mosque was named Dwarkamai by Sai Baba himself and this is the spot where a significant number of his supernatural occurrences were performed and his Durbar was held.
Chavadi: Location is by Dwarkamai .This blessed spot is arranged by Dwarkamai where Sai Baba used to rest each substitute night. Sai Baba was taken to Chavadi in an embellished Palkhi by his devotees. The act of spending interchange evenings at Chavadi started on tenth December 1909 which proceeded until 1918, his Mahanirvan. Today, every Thursday night Baba's impressions are conveyed from Dwarkamai to Chavadi in a stately parade. Chavadi is a little house which has two rooms. The room in which Baba used to rest is not open to ladies even today. The Asan (seat) where Sai Baba used to sit and the wooden stage on which his last shower was solemnized after his obliteration are kept in the Chavadi.
Shani shignapur: Shani Shignapur is a town situated in Ahmednagar District of Maharashtra. It is around 75 km from Shirdi. It will take 2hrs drive from one side.The managing god of Shinganapur, Sri Shaneshwara or Lord Shanidev-the embodiment of the planet Saturn is adored with most extreme adoration and commitment by huge numbers of individuals from everywhere throughout the world. The display of the god in dark stone is overpowering. A remarkable part of this spot is, that no sanctuary structure houses the Shanidev. There is just a straightforward stage on which stands the swayambhu symbol, in dark stone. Shingnapur town is known not just known for its prevalent sanctuary of Shani, the Hindu divine force of planet Saturn, but on the other hand is renowned for the way that no house has entryways; the apprehension of god keeping any robberies. Later back to Shirdi, Evening allowed to go to the Arti at Shirdi Dham. Overnight stay at inn.
Day 03: Shirdi – Mumbai
After breakfast drive back to Mumbai. On landing exchange to Airport/Railway station for your forward destination.
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