|Car Type||Seating||Shirdi Package||Shirdi Via Shani Shinganapur Package|
|(Indica A/C)||4 + 1Driver||Rs.3600/-||Rs.4150/-|
|(Indica NON A/C)||4 + 1Driver||Rs.3200/-||Rs.3700/-|
|(Indigo A/C)||4 + 1Driver||Rs.4000/-||Rs.4600/-|
|(Indigo NON A/C)||4 + 1Driver||Rs.3600/-||Rs.4150/-|
|(Innova A/C)||6 + 1Driver||Rs.5200/-||Rs.5950/-|
|(Tavera A/C)||6 + 1Driver||Rs.4400/-||Rs.5060/-|
|(Tavera NON A/C)||6 + 1Driver||Rs.4000/-||Rs.4600/-|
|(Swift Dzire A/C)||4 + 1Driver||Rs.4400/-||Rs.5050/-|
|(Swift Dzire NON A/C)||4 + 1Driver||Rs.4000/-||Rs.4600/-|
|(Xylo A/C)||6 + 1Driver||Rs.4800/-||Rs.5500/-|
|(Xylo NON A/C)||6 + 1Driver||Rs.4400/-||Rs.5050/-|
Note:- 1) Including Toll, Driver Allowance.
2) Parking Extra.
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Shirdi, a small town in Ahmednagar district of Maharashtra, is the home of Shirdi Saibaba (28 September 1835 – 15 October 1918), the late 19th century Indian spiritual master, who is regarded by his devotees as a fakir, saint and guru, according to their individual religious inclinations and beliefs. Shirdi is one place everyone has to visit at least once in a lifetime to experience its magical and spiritual power, to sense the living presence of Shri Sai Baba. Even today people flock to Shirdi in ever-increasing numbers to pay homage to the divine guru and experience the truth of Baba’s promise, that he would be active in answering their prayers even from the tomb. On any day around 25,000 disciples visit Shirdi to get Saibaba’s blessings. On holidays the number swells to nearly half a million people.
Must see places in Shirdi:
This is the most important site in Shirdi and the main focus of all devotees. In the temple Sai Baba's samadhi is located. Baba had promised that he will be active and vigorous even from his tomb; and it is here one can experience the phenomenon of Sai Baba and the remarkable way he has touched the lives of millions of people from all over the world. The temple premises also have the samadhis of Sai Baba's most prominent devotees. There are stores where one can buy Sai Baba's books (Shri Sai Samartha Satcharitra, Aarti books etc.) and you can also get clothes and Prasad that is offered to Sai Baba. Within the temple premises mobile phones and cameras are prohibited.
This is first place Sai Baba stopped when he travelled to Shirdi and it is here that Mahalsapati, the temple’s hereditary priest, recognised him as a Muslim saint and greeted him with the words 'Ya Sai!', meaning 'Welcome Sai!' then onwards everybody greeted the fakir as Sai. The temple has Khandoba and his two wives Bannai and Mahlas idols. At the entrance is a large banyan tree with a small shrine and padukas at its base.
This is where Baba spent most of his time when he first came to Shirdi, according to him the tomb of his own guru is located by the neem tree. Baba had stayed under this tree for some years. Here in the presence of Baba padukas and sivalingan were installed which are worshipped every day. Gurusthan is a powerful place to sit quietly to meditate.
To the devotees Dwarkamai is on of the treasures of Shirdi, it is the place Baba resided for 60 years. On entering the mosque one is struck by its powerful atmosphere and the intensity of the devotees offering prayers. The mosque Dwarkamai is open all night (the lower level) so we may go there anytime. To this day lamps light are continuously in Dwarkamai providing us with an unbroken link to Baba and the lamps that he started and lovingly kept alight.
For the devotees, the dhuni is the most significant part of Dwarkamai. It is the perpectual burning fire that Baba built and it is has been maintained ever since, though it is much bigger and behind a wire baracade. Fire was always important to Baba, wherever he stayed – under the neem tree, in the forest or in the mosque he always kept a Dhuni. Here the spot where Baba sat is marked by a small pair of silver padukas on the floor just in front and to the right of the Dhuni. Baba would give Udi from the Dhuni to his visitors. The healing power of Baba’s Udi is well documented people still witness its healing power even after Baba’s mahasamadhi. Udi is still collected and distributed to devotees who receive it as an tangible form of Baba’s blessings.
Lendi Garden is significant as it is the place Baba visited every day. It contains some tombs, a shrine and the perpetually burning lamp lit by Baba and placed between the two trees he planted.
Dixit Wada Museum:
The Museum is located in the Sansthan complex. On display are rare black and white photographs of Sai Baba. The museum also exibits many articles used by Baba during his lifetime like Baba's Kafni or robes, his leather Padukas, chillums or smoking pipe, water tumblers, bathing stone, gramophone records, and cooking utensils . The museum remains open from 10 am to 6 pm.
The Puja Pillar:
Just in front of the Dhuni on the right side is the painted wooden puja pillar. The Kolamba and water pot stand in the southwest of the mosque, Baba used this earthenware dish known as Kolamba to beg for food twice a day. In continuance of this tradition people still offer naividyam here and take it as his Prasad.
is on the western wall of the mosque, in the direction of Mecca. It has lamps in front set by Baba.
This is located next to Dwarakamayi. Every alternate night, Baba used to sleep in the Chavadi during the last decade of his life.
Thursday Palakhi Procession:
Even today, on Thursday nights, Baba's padukas are taken in a ceremonial procession from Dwarakamayi to Chavadi. This procession started in Baba’s life time, though he did not like the pomp and show but he reluctantly allowed his devotees to led him in procession from Dwarkamai to the Chawadi. A great saint, adored as a living diety, he tolerated the ordeal out of love for his devotees and a sympathy for their human longings and affection. One has to witness the procession that takes place every Thursday, accompanied with bhajans, music and guns firing marigold flowers, as it wends its way from the Samadhi mandir to Dwarkamai and further to the Chawadi. Shej Aarti of Shri Sai Baba is done here after the procession.
Saibaba Samadhi Temple's Daily Schedule
• 04.00 Temple Door Open
• 04.15 Bhupali
• 04.30 Kakad Aarti
• 05.00 Bhajan
• 05.05 Shahi Snaan (Holy Bath)
• 05.35 Aarti
• 09.00 Abhishek Pooja
• 11.30 Dhuni Pooja
• 12.00 Aarti
• 16.00 Pothi
• 17.30 Dhoop Aarti
• 20.30 Bhajans
• 22.30 Shej Aarti
• 23.15 Temple Doors closed
Temple Festivals of Shirdi:
Ram Navmi, Guru Pournima, Shri Sai Punyatithi
Accommodation in Shirdi:
There are many hotels in Shirdi to suit every taste, right from dharmashalas, budget to 5 star hotels. Accommodation is also provided by Shri Saibaba Sansthan Trust (Shirdi) (Contact Telephones 02423-258500 / 258770 / 258870)