Shani Temple


13.6/5(3 Ratings)

Shani Temple Overview

Ranked 17 of 169 sightseeing in Nasik

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  • Best Time: During DayLength of visit: 1-2hrs
  • Length of visit: 2-3hrsBest Time: During Day
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Operating hours

Monday - Friday:
5:00 AM -8:00 PM
5:00 AM -8:00 PM
5:00 AM -8:00 PM
Public Holidays:
5:00 AM -8:00 PM

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Heena Gokal

Heena Gokal5.0/5

28 reviews

Gracious Lord Shani

Shri Shani Dev has appeared in an open area in a human sized black stone murti in a village to bless the people with His Grace such that they live without fear and with righteous deeds. He protects his devotees against injustice and stands close to Lord Hanuman such that when their devotees worship them together, then they are protected by strength and justice. Worshippers pour oil into a trough and offer flowers and leaf garlands to Shani Dev. Worshippers are given hot savory rice after the midday arti as Mahaprasad. A lengthy drive from Nasik but well worth it and highly fulfilling.

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Sukhvinder Kaur

Sukhvinder Kaur3.6/5

19 reviews

A significant temple

My brother had come to stay for a few days with us at Mumbai. He expressed desire to visit Temple Shani Shingnapur. Accordingly, we decided to visit the famous temple and undertook journey by car via Ahmednagar.We reached the Temple around 6 pm. Since we had some time for aarti to start, we went for Abhishek. Thereafter we watched entire preparations for Arti. Sharp at 7 pre-recorded Aarti started on loud speakers. Huge crowd had gathered by then. After the aarti ended, we had a round in the premises, where we found pyramid type structures for meditation and administrative purposes. Most people have strong belief in Shani God, whose blessings bring Riddhi Siddhi in the family.

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