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Shri Ganesha Temple, Shri Shani Temple And Shri Mahadeva Temple

Shri Ganesha Temple, Shri Shani Temple And Shri Mahadeva Temple  Video Review
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Shri Ganesha Temple, Shri Shani Temple And Shri Mahadeva Temple

Ganagallapavan
25th Nov 17

Shani Singnapur temple

Shani Singnapur temple  Video Review
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Shri Ganesha Temple, Shri Shani Temple And Shri Mahadeva Temple

Rukminikenguva
25th Nov 17

Shani Singnapur Temple

Shani Singnapur Temple  Video Review
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Shri Ganesha Temple, Shri Shani Temple And Shri Mahadeva Temple

Lokesh Kenguva
25th Nov 17

Nice place

Nice place  Video Review
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Chavadi

Aartizanjrukiya
10th Dec 17

Must visit place

Must visit place  Video Review
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Chavadi

Paresh Zanjrukiya
10th Dec 17

Very popular & peaceful place to visit

Very popular & peaceful place to visit  Video Review
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Dwarkamai Masjid

Paresh Zanjrukiya
10th Dec 17

Shani Shingnapur temple

Shani Shingnapur temple  Video Review
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Shri Ganesha Temple, Shri Shani Temple And Shri Mahadeva Temple

Ramaraoganagalla
25th Nov 17

Shri Ganesha Temple, Shri Shani Temple And Shri Mahadeva Temple

Shri Ganesha Temple, Shri Shani Temple And Shri Mahadeva Temple  Video Review
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Shri Ganesha Temple, Shri Shani Temple And Shri Mahadeva Temple

Grandhi Harish
25th Nov 17

Shri Ganesha Temple, Shri Shani Temple And Shri Mahadeva Temple

Shri Ganesha Temple, Shri Shani Temple And Shri Mahadeva Temple  Video Review
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Shri Ganesha Temple, Shri Shani Temple And Shri Mahadeva Temple

Grandhi Harish
25th Nov 17

Superb place

Superb place  Video Review
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Dwarkamai Masjid

Aartizanjrukiya
10th Dec 17

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Reasons to go to Shirdi

1To experience a rich religious heritage
To experience a rich religious heritage

HolidayIQ Reviewer Viraj Kanekar says, “Well-managed place to visit Shirdi is one of the richest religious place in India and definitely worth visiting tourist place if you are looking for such place. ...Government and Mandir management is very good and goes to them for any answers than asking private people...Attend aarti in the Morning 5 am which is a beautiful presentation of faith.”

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2Seek blessings
Seek blessings

“Shirdi can be described as a religious place, known for its famous temple of Shri Sai Baba. The Temple has hundreds of hotels and restaurant surrounded it. The temple has got different area such as the neem tree beneath which Sai Baba used to sit. Then there is the temple where people go for darshan.” shares HolidayIQ reviewer Mukesh Singh.

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3Fantastic Pilgrimages in India for all the Blessings You Need
Fantastic Pilgrimages in India for all the Blessings You Need

HolidayIQ reviewer Harihara Murthy shares “Going to Shirdi has been a very uplifting experience for me for a long time. From the very first time, there has been a spiritual connect that transcends what I get for myself.”

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4Sai Baba, Shirdi
Sai Baba, Shirdi

The Shirdi Sai Baba temple complex is the main attraction of Shirdi, the temple complex includes Khandoba, Gurusthan, Samadhi Mandir, Dwarkamai, Chavadi and Lendi Baug.   

HolidayIQ Traveller Mangesh Kolaskar shares, “Shirdi is a religious place to visit in any month of the year. All the temples are historic and very well-maintained. The stay at the hotel was excellent and food quality was great. The roads leading to Shirdi is only thing to worry. But overall experience is much much better.”

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5Sri Sai Sansthan Prasadalaya, Shirdi
Sri Sai Sansthan Prasadalaya, Shirdi

The Sai Baba temple trust here has built what is billed to be Asia's biggest prasadalaya, a dining hall with a seating capacity of 5,500, making it possible to feed more than 100,000 devotees daily. The Sri Sai Baba Sansthan Trust, on an average, spends 190 million rupees annually on feeding pilgrims visiting Shirdi. The prasadalaya was constructed at a cost of Rs 240 million! The complex is built on 7.5 acres of land and has a built-up area of 183,000 sq feet. It is 700 metres from the main Sai Baba Temple. HolidayIQ Traveller Naresh from Mumbai shares, “The Favorite food is of shirdi sansthan prasadalaya . Beyond any comparison! Eating at this place will give a divine filling.” Adds HolidayIQ Traveller Shailendra Singh, “one can have food at Prasadalaya. They provide the best food in Shirdi. It is advised to not to go to local restaurant as they have high charges and quality of food is also poor.”

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Reviews (517)

Sunil vuppala

Sunil vuppala5.0/5

5 reviews

Holy place to visit in India

Recommend this holy place with Sai baba mandir as a must visit. Sai baba samsthan provide online facility to book Darshan and Aarti. Near by attractions include nashik, jyothirlingas and Shani singanapur. It has good flight, train and bus connections from different parts of India.

Mukesh Gupta

Mukesh Gupta5.0/5

2 reviews

Divine feelings

Best arrangement for handling such a crowd taking care of visitors specially handicapped and seniors citizens cold drinking water and mats to encounter heat Ambience is divine. In spite of outside heat inside was cold with AC and cooler a must visit destination for divine feelings

Shirdi Overview

History of Shirdi

Shirdi, mostly known for the great saint Shirdi Sai Baba, is situated in the Ahmednagar District of Maharashtra. Shirdi, also known as the Land of Sai, is a popular destination of pilgrims throughout the year.

The earlier history of Shirdi is not known but Shirdi shot to fame during the earlier 20th Century. The name ?Shirdi? is interconnected with the life of Shirdi Sai Baba. Shirdi Sai Baba visited Shirdi when he was sixteen years old and stayed there until his death in 1918. Through Shirdi Sai Baba, Shirdi has earned a significant place among the pilgrimage destinations of India. Shirdi is a small town in Maharashtra that comprises an area of about 3 sq. km.

People and Culture of Shirdi

Shirdi is located at a distance of about 297 km from Mumbai, 82 km from Ahmednagar and 80 km from the religious city of Nasik and 16 km from Kopargaon. The State Government of Maharashtra along with the Shirdi municipal council & Shri Sai Baba Sansthan are planning for infrastructure development in Shirdi, keeping in mind the 100th anniversary of Shri Sai Baba Punyatithi on the day of Dussehra in 2018. Another project for the integrated development of Shirdi and its surrounding villages has given boost to the thriving hospitality industry in the area.

Things To Do in Shirdi

The Shirdi temple complex which is the main attraction of Shirdi covers an area of about 200 sq. m. The temple complex includes Khandoba, Gurusthan, Samadhi Mandir, Dwarkamai, Chavadi and Lendi Baug. Maruti Temple and Shani Temple, constructed under the supervision of Shirdi Sai Baba, are the other places of attraction in Shirdi.

Photos of Shirdi

Shri Saibaba Sansthan Temple, Shirdi

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Yoginder Gulaiya

Sai Ashram Bhaktiniwas premises
Samadhi Mandir, Shirdi

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Sankar Narayanan

Whole view of Samadhi Mandir
Shri Saibaba Sansthan Temple, Shirdi

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Yoginder Gulaiya

Sai Ashram Bhaktiniwas lined up rooms
Wet N Joy Water Park, Shirdi

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Lokesh Gupta

Wet N Joy Water Park

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