Shirdi, birthplace of the great saint Sai Baba, is a religious site close to Nasik with numerous temples other than the famous temple of Sai Baba and a few historical sites. Located in Maharashtra's Ahmednagar district, Shirdi is of great significance to Sai Baba devotees as a holy and pilgrim spot. The small town is full of religious places and events on its visit that will soothe and relax your soul. The air here carries chants hanging of spirituality, and all the grandeur will leave you spellbound for the same thing. There are many religious sites, such as Chavadi, Samadhi Mandir, Dwarkamai masjid, Shani Shignapur, to name a few, to be seen in Shirdi.
Sai Baba is believed to have been endowed with unparalleled powers, and in the Shri Sai Baba Sansthan Temple, he is worshipped as God incarnate. For all Sai Baba devotees who want to experience what pure tranquilly and bliss feel like, and be closer to God for a moment, this is a holy place that must be visited.Spread over a total area of around 200 square metres, the temple complex is situated in the heart of Shirdi Village.It is an important centre for devotees from all over the world and is visited every day by an average of 25,000 devotees. The number increases to 1,00,000 devotees a day at festivals and some special occasions.
The temple premises were recently renovated in 1998 and are now fitted with all modern and necessary facilities, such as Darshan Path, Prasadalay, which serves lunch and dinner, Donation Counters, Prasad Counters, Canteen, Book Stall, Railway Reservation Counter and others. For devotees visiting the temple from far away locations, accommodation facilities are also available. The fact that it was here that Sai Baba made his appearance as a young boy makes Shirdi an important religious spot, and he stayed here throughout his life , helping people and changing their lives.
Shirdi Shani Shingnapur Trimbakeshwar Package
Shani Shingnapur : Shani Shingnapur Temple in the district of Ahmednagar is a Jeet Devasthan (alive temple), renowned for the mystical and powerful Lord Shani, who is believed to reside in a black stone to date. Swayambhu is referred to as the Hindu God symbolising the planet Saturn, which means that he has arisen in the form of the black stone that annually scores lakhs of devotees.
People's faith in the Lord is so strong that there are no doors and locks in any of the houses in the wonderful village, as people believe that Lord Shani is shielding their valuables from thieves. Enthusiasm and vehemence grow to the next level on some of the holiest days, including Saturdays, Amavasya and Shri Shaneshchar Jayanti. Some Hindus worship Lord Shani to please him, as bad luck is considered to be the effect of planet Saturn on anyone's life.
A visit to the Temple of Shani Shingnaour certainly gives confidence that your life will be smooth and that Lord Shani will give you only happiness. You will quickly get the darshan of divine power without long queues and waiting times.
Renuka Devi : In Mahurgad in Maharashtra, the temple of Goddess Renuka Devi is located. Mahur is the home of the goddess Renuka, Parshuram 's mother, an incarnation of Lord Vishnu. The site is about 130 km away from Nanded in Kinwat. The temple is thought to have been built about eight or nine hundred years ago by the Yadava King of Devgiri. The temple of Renukadevi is situated at the top of a hill. In the hills around Mahur, there are carved caves.
Mahur, a centre of great importance for pilgrims. The temple of Renuka Devi is considered one of Maharashtra's Shaktipeeth. On a hill abounding in natural beauty at a distance of about 2,415 km, the temple of Goddess Renuka Devi is situated. A very big fair is held every year on the day of Dasara in honour of Renukadevi, from the village of Mahur.
Ajanta and Ellora Caves are situated near Aurangabad in the state of Maharashtra , India, and are considered to be one of the finest examples of ancient rock-cut caves. Ajanta and Ellora Caves are an amalgamation of Buddhist, Jain and Hindu monuments, decorated with exquisite sculptures , paintings and frescoes, as the complex contains both Buddhist monasteries as well as Hindu and Jain temples. The caves of Ajanta are 29 in number and were founded between the 2nd century BC and 6th century AD, while the caves of Ellora are more extensive and 34 in number and dates between the 6th and 11th centuries AD.
Grishneshwar Temple : One of the 12 Jyotirlingas in India, Grishneshwar Temple, situated in Ellora, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Also known as the Temple of Ghrneshwar or Dhushmeshwar, this Jyotirlinga is dedicated to Lord Shiva in Aurangabad and is considered an important pilgrimage site. The smallest of the Jyotirlingas is Grishneshwar and is considered to be India's last or 12th Jyotirlinga.
This is also one of the only Jyotirlingas in India where the devotees, with bare hands, can touch the Shiva Linga. The architecture of the temple follows a South Indian theme and it is recognised to be one of Aurangabad 's holiest places to visit. The Grishneshwar Temple 's five-tiered shikhara is spectacularly carved and built in the style of typical temple architecture. Reconstructed many times, the present temple was built in the 18th century by Queen Ahilyabai Holkar of Indore.
Shirdi sai baba tour
Trimbakeshwar Temple : One of the twelve Jyotirlingas in India is Trimbakeshwar Temple. This Shaiva temple, located in Trimbak, 28 kilometres from Nashik city, is at the foot of the Brahmagiri Hills. The temple, founded in the 18th century by the Maratha ruler, Peshwa Nana Saheb, is mentioned in the powerful Mrityunjaya Mantra that grants immortality and longevity.
The temple premises, built in classical architecture, also mention the Kusavarta or Kunda, which is said to be the source of the Godavari river. The three faces symbolising Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu and Lord Rudra are a fascinating aspect of the Jyotirlinga. In the core area or 'garbhgriha' of the temple, only male devotees are permitted. Wearing a sovala or a silk dhoti is mandatory here. If they wish to participate in the Abhishekam, devotees need to book pandits.
Bhimashankar : A famous temple town is Bhimashankar, located about 100 km from Pune and 223 km from Mumbai. Bhimashankar is located in the village of Bhorgiri in the ghat region of the Sahyadri range, one of the twelve traditional 'Jyotilingam' shrines of Lord Shiva in India. Bhimashankar is situated at an altitude of about 3,250 feet, surrounded by hills and covered by dense green rain forests. According to legend, the name Bhimashankar derived from the Bhima River, which evaporated as a result of the battle between Lord Shiva and the demon Tripurasura.
Bhimashankar Temple is a Hindu Shrine situated 500 km northwest of Khed, near Pune , Maharashtra, away from the chaos of city life, peeping from the quilt of white clouds. The temple is a well-known Jyotirlinga among the twelve Jyotirlingas situated all over India, located in the laps of the Sahyadri Hills.
It has acquired tremendous importance in recent times and has been declared as a Wildlife Sanctuary. The modest but elegant temple dates back to the 13th century and is also decorated with the cravings of Buddha. For your spiritual visit, a trek to the Bhimashankar temple adds a pinch of adventure.
Departing from Madurai Airport.
On arrival Shirdi airport.
Pick up from airport. and then transfer to the Hotel.
Hotel Check In.
Then proceed to visit Shani Shingnapur Temple and Shri Renuka Devi Temple.
Come back to Hotel.
Overnight Stay at Hotel – Shirdi.
Morning Darshan around 6:00 am. Sai Baba Dharisanam.
After breakfast and then Hotel Check-out.
Then Proceeding to visit Ellora Caves , Grishneshwar Jyotirlinga Temple.
Hotel Check in.
Then proceed towards Aurangabad.
Overnight Stay at Hotel – Aurangabad.
After breakfast and then Hotel Check-out @ 09:00 am.
Proceed towards Trimbakeshwar
Hotel Check in.
Then proceed towards Shri Trimbakeshwar Shiv Jyotirlinga temple.
Come back to Hotel.
Overnight Stay at Hotel – Nasik.
After breakfast and then Hotel Check-out.
Then proceed towards Bhimashankar Temple.
Then Proceed towards airport.
Finally drop @ pune airport.
What 's Included
We can provide stay for ( 2*, 3*)
2.Double sharing Rooms
5.Royal Suite Rooms
( as per requirement )
From Trip start to till end the Tour Guide will be take care
Local Speaking Guide - ( English,Tamil,Hindi,Telugu & Malayalam ) *