By Road Shirdi is well linked to all adjoining cities by Government owned buses. Private A/C and non A/C deluxe buses are also existing from Nasik, Mumbai, Bangalore and Pune to Shirdi. Bus charge is on Rs 200 to Rs 400 per head, depending upon the kind of bus and seat preferred.
By Rail Of new, trains services have also began process since the diverse parts of the country for Shirdi. Situated presently 10 kms away from the temple, the recently built railway station of Shirdi now runs numerous trains from crossways the country. The trains also have air conditioned compartments and a variety of classes to outfit every pocket.
By Air Mumbai Chatrapati Shivaji International airport, which is 305 km away as of Shirdi is the nearby airport. All the key airlines have service starting Mumbai to every chief cities in India and lots of cities abroad as well as Singapore, Hong Kong, Colombo and gulf countries. Taxis are offered from Mumbai to Shirdi and cost about Rs 6,000.
Shirdi, a small village located 85 kms in the north of Ahmednagar district in Maharashtra is worldwide known for its Samadhi Mandir of Sai Baba. It is one of the most famous religious shrines of India. The number of people visiting the temple daily is 25,000 on an average and exceeds 10,000 during holidays or festivals like Guru Purnima, Ram Navami or Vijayadashami.
The temple covers an area of 200 sq. meters approximately, at the place where Sa...
Shani Shingnapur, a small village situated 350 kms from Mumbai in Ahmednagar district of Maharashtra, is a prominent religious place in India due its distinguished Shani Temple. Only 60 kms from another popular place Shirdi, Shingnapur has many unique and amazing features that draw attention and compel people to visit this shrine.
The temple has a self-evolved (Swayambhu) idol of Lord Shani- the personified god for planet Saturn in Hindu Mytholo...