Shirdi Sai Baba Trip
- Accommodation in a well appointed room
- Meal as per hotel plan
- All transfers and sightseeing as per the itinerary in an air-conditioned vehicle.
- All Toll taxes, Parking & State Tax.
- Any expenses of personal nature
- Any item which is not mentioned in inclusions.
Day 1 – Arrival in Pune | Transfer from Pune to Shirdi
Upon entry in Pune, begin your excursion to one of the blessed towns of India – Shirdi. On achieving the goal, continue towards the inn.
Situated in the territory of Maharashtra, in the locale of Ahmednagar, Shirdi gets an enormous number of lovers consistently. Home to the sacred holy person – Sai Baba, this place picked up ubiquity after individuals from over the globe came here to look for favors at the respected Sri Sai Sansthan sanctuary. There is a garden, exhibition hall, library and different sanctuaries inside this sanctuary complex, other than different offices for the fans.
On touching base at the lodging, registration and rest for quite a while. From that point at night, continue to visit the consecrated sanctuary of Sai Baba to invest some quality energy there and adore.
Day 2 – Excursion to Shani Shingnapur Temple
Early morning, you may again visit the Shri Sai Baba Temple to implore and witness the aarti. After breakfast, leave on a street excursion to visit the Shani Shingnapur Temple, which lies at a separation of around 70 km. The sanctuary is devoted to Lord Shanidev and the feature of this holy place is a swayambhu icon in dark stone. Consistently, a huge number of enthusiasts crowd this blessed site to perform religious customs.
Subsequent to investing energy at this sanctuary, drive back to Shirdi and remain medium-term at the inn.
Day 3 – Transfer from Shirdi to Pune | Departure from Pune
Registration from the inn and continue towards Pune for your ahead voyage. Visit Ends.
Despite the fact that the genuine name and origination of Sai Baba are not known, he is accepted to have touched base at Shirdi when he was around 16 years of age and began living in the Khandoba Temple.
Worshipped by the two Hindus and Muslims, it is hazy which religion he had a place with. The holy person put in just about 50 long periods of his life in this town lecturing his really popular saying ‘Sabka Maalik Ek’ (one God for all). Sai Baba has been (and still is) worshiped by individuals from different religions, foundations, ethnicities, and nations. The town of Shirdi gets a huge number of guests who come to visit the altar of Sri Sai Baba and alternate attractions like the Dixit Wada Museum, Adul Baba Cottage, Dwarkamai and the sky is the limit from there. The town of is loaded with benevolence, warmth,