Shirdi pronunciation (help·info) (Marathi: शिर्डी) is a town in the jurisdiction of the municipal council popularly known as Shirdi Nagar Panchayat, located in Rahata Taluka in Ahmednagar District in the Indian state of Maharashtra. It is accessible via the Ahmednagar – Manmad State Highway No.10, approximately 83 km from Ahmednagar and 15 km from Kopargaon. It is located 185 km east of the Western Seashore line (the Ahmednagar – Manmad road), a very busy route.
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The holy is temple is open to all religions.The main shrine is known as samadhi mandhir.There is the beautiful marble statue of Saibaba in sitting posture and his mahasamadhi.Baba took mahasamadhi in 1918.The Italian marble statue is real life like.You will feel baba is looking at you and responding.Remember his message “look to me and I shall look to you”.Experience the divine blessings and peace.
There is free Darshan.You can book aarti online to save time and have good Darshan.For senior citizens and parents of less than one year child , special entry Darshan is provided.Avoid Thursday’s and weekends when there will be heavy rush of piligrims.Mobiles are not allowed inside the shrine.
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Dwarkamai Masjid is the place for everyone. You can see how sai baba use to reside over their and you will find same old building standing. You will find “Sai dhuni” still lighten up and babhuti will be collected everyday from that. Same secret is transferred to the different temples of “Sai baba” for “sai dhuni”.
Small queue is there to visit the temple without any guide and you will find spots where baba use to stand or sit. Spiritual place you should visit before visiting “Sai baba smadhi”
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Once a small remote village ,Shirdi,has grown as holy town by the the blessings of spiritual master Saibaba who led a simple life as fakir in the dilapated masjid.His message was sabka Malik ek (every ones master is one).He lived his message through essence of his being.The great saint Saibaba is believed to be incarnation of Sri Dattatreya.He practiced Hindu and Muslim rituals and attained samadhi in Shirdi.
The temple complex consists of samadhi mandir,Dwaraka mai, chavadi,gurustan and khandoba mandir.
The samadhi mandir is the main shrine.There is the life like marble statue of Saibaba and his samadhi.experience the divine blessings and peace
The holy town is well connected by rail,road and connected by Aurangabad airport.
Aarti Darshan and accommodation can be booked online on the sansthan website.
The Prasadalay serves free lunch and dinner to devotees.There is special entry for senior citizens and parents of child below one year.
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Located just next to Dwarkamai, Sai Baba is intimately connected with this place, as he used to sleep here on alternate nights, during the last decade of his life. Inside Chavadi is a large portrait of Baba which was painted by Ambaram from Nausari in Gujarat after Baba had given him darshan in a dream in 1953. The darshan itself is so pious which can't be described in words. Do visit here when you are in Shirdi.
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This Mandir is situated between Dwarkamai and Chavadi, close to the exit Gate No.3. Neither big nor small temple, this attracts devotees of Sai Baba. The Idol of Lord Hanuman is places at the center of the temple and looks very gracious. All devotees of Sai make it a point to visit this temple without exception. We also visited this Hanuman mandir after our darshan of Sai maharaj.
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Dixit Wada Museum is located within the Sai Baba Samadhi Mandir complex.
It is a two storied traditional building housing many important artifacts used by Sri Sai Baba including his original photographs, robe, sheets, sandals, utensils of personal use, palakhi and others.
Photography is not allowed inside.
As pointed by some other travelers, it would be helpful if clear description boards in English / Hindi is placed adjacent to the articles.
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The local people here say that before visiting baba samadhi mandir , one should visit khandoba mandir to take blessings as baba when visited shirdi for the first time visited this temple and stayed here for few days.
In general this is like any other normal siva village temple with peaceful environment to sit and relax for some time , it's just on the side of main highway.
Its walkable from baba temple and bus stand , if not take auto for 40 rs. This temple is covered by auto drivers if you take a local site seeing trip with them , they charge 350 rs and take you to the below places.
1) khandoba temple
2) panchamukhi vishnu ganapathi temple
3) eka mukhi datta temple , includes another baba ashram and kanya kumari temple
4) sai heritage village which have old shirdi village recreated with plaster of paris statues and have a huge kids play area , this one charges you 125 per head entry fee
Takes a total of 2 hrs local trip . You can enjoy nice village environment along the drive and get feel of local culture and get some knowledge of local crops etc
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This is small and simple pool good enough for all kinda people, family, bachelors, etc. Specially for family as there are three big water pools with rides in it and you can simply leave your kids and enjoy. And the rides for adults also not having long queue. We visited on Sunday and they provided snack (vadapav), lunch (pavbhaji and pulao) and while leaving they gave snack pouches as well all included in adult ticket of Rs.700 and kids ticket of Rs.400. At this price the quality of park + food is value for money.
Overall very good place to hangout.
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On 11th Sep'17, got to visit Lendi Baug at Shiridi. Lendi Baug is a beautiful garden situated inside the premises of Shiridi Baba temple. Sai Baba used to spend a lot of his time here watering the plants daily in the mornings & evenings.
The Neem tree in the garden once provided shade and rest to Baba. There is a marble 'Deepagraha' in the garden where Sai once lit a deepak which burns from dusk to dawn even today. Feeling blessed to spend some time in the garden where Baba walked..
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