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Shirdi is a small village in the Rahata taluk of Ahmednagar District in Maharashtra. Shirdi village is famous for the saint Sri Sai Baba who lived and attained Samadhi in the year 1919 on Vijaya Dashami. Footprints of Sri Saibaba have made this town a holy place. ‘Sab ka malik Ek’, Shraddha- Saburi (Faith and perseverance) were some of his famous sayings.

Kalaram temple in Nasik or Nashik is dedicated to Lord Rama. Nasik region is believed to be the Panchavati forest, Lord Rama, Sita and Lakshaman resided during the exile (Vanavas) of fourteen years.

Trimbakeshwar or Trayambakeshwar is a very ancient temple dedicated to Lord Shiva and is known to be among the twelve Jyotirlingas in India. Trimbakeshwar temple is located about 28 km from Nashik (Nasik meaning nose) and about 117 km from Shirdi. Kushavarta, a pond in this temple is believed to be the origin for River Godavari.

Shani Shingnapur or Shinghnapur is famous for the Shanishwar temple and located in Newasa or Nidhinivasa Town of Ahmednagar in the state of Maharashtara. This is at a distance of 74km from Shirdi Sai Sansthan. Yatra (pilgrimage) to Shirdi is said to be incomplete without a visit to Shani Shinghnapur.

All Saturdays, Shani Trayodashi and Amavasya are important days and auspicious for worshipping Shanishwar. Shani Jayanti is celebrated on the day of Amavasya in Vaishakhamas.

Pureprayer offers a customized and guided Shirdi Yatra tour packages from Bangalore, Chennai, Mumbai and Pune or any other cities. This yatra package can be organized for individuals, families and groups.

 

ITINERARY 2N|3D
Shirdi Yatra
  • Yathra Starts from Bangalore / Chennai / Pune / Mumbai
Day 1 Shirdi
  • Proceed to Shirdi and check into hotel
  • Visit Saibaba temple
Day 2 Shirdi – Nasik
  • Saibaba temple Darshan – Shirdi (*VIP Darshan & Kakad Aarti )
  • Godavari Ghat, Kala Ram temple – Nashik
Day 3 Nashik
  • Trimbakeshwar temple -Trimbakeshwar
Day 3 Shinghnapur
  • Shani Shinghnapur temple -Shinghnapur
  • Return to Mumbai/Pune/Bangalore

Included in Package

Premium hotel stay / homestay

All transfers and visits by Air-conditioned vehicle

All tolls, parking charges, driver BATA & guide charges

 


Best time for Shirdi Yatra:

One can take up Shirdi Yatra throughout the year. However, the weather is said to be pleasant during the months of December to February. Other occasions of visiting Shirdi would be during the ten days of Yugadi to Sri Rama Navami, the nine days of Navaratri celebrations ending with Vijaya Dashami and during Deepavali.


Shirdi Sai Samsthan
Shirdi village is famous for the saint Sri Sai Baba who lived and attained Samadhi in the year 1919 on Vijaya Dashami. Footprints of Sri Saibaba have made this town a holy place. ‘Sab ka malik Ek’, Shraddha- Saburi (Faith and perseverance) were some of his famous sayings.

Trimbakeshwar Temple (Nashik)
Trimbakeshwar or Trayambakeshwar is a very ancient temple dedicated to Lord Shiva and is known to be among the twelve Jyotirlingas in India. Trimbakeshwar temple is located about 28 km from Nashik (Nasik meaning nose) and about 117 km from Shirdi.

 

Shani Shinghnapur Temple
Shani Shingnapur or Shinghnapur is famous for the Shanishwar temple and located in Newasa or Nidhinivasa Town of Ahmednagar in the state of Maharashtara.

The legend says that, a shepherd found an image of Shanishwar in a pasture. Lord Shanishwar came in the dream of the shepherd and asked the villagers to perform Tailabhyanjan every Saturday. He assured the villagers that, there would be no thefts or burglary in that region. Even to this day, homes do not have doorlocks.

You will surely enjoy the panoramic views of the Bhahmagiri mountain range

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