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Shirdi, known as the Land of Sai, is where the holy soul of Shri Satchidanand Sadguru Sainath Maharaj - affectionately known as Saibaba rests. It is believed that people of different faiths would come to hear Baba’s discourses on love, patience, compassion and religious tolerance as well as to witness the miracles. Shirdi is among the most popular religious destination in the country. It is visited by hundreds of devotees every year, who come to pay respects to Sai Baba from different parts of the country.
Mumbai Chatrapati Shivaji International airport, which is 245 km away from Shirdi is the nearest airport. All the major airlines have service from Mumbai to all major cities in India and many cities abroad including Singapore, Hong Kong, Colombo and gulf countries. Taxis are available from Mumbai to Shirdi and costs about Rs 6,000. The nearest domestic airport is at Nashik and newly airport constructed in shirdi at kakdi village 14 kms from temple.
Of recent, trains services have also began operation from the different parts of the country for Shirdi. Located just 10 kms away from the temple, the newly built railway station of Shirdi now runs many trains from across the country like Delhi (Swarna Jayanthi), Mumbai (Sainagar Dr Exp), Chennai (Snsi Chennai Ex), Bangalore (Adi Sbc Express). The trains also have air conditioned compartments and various classes to suit every pocket.
The temple houses the samadhi (interred remains) of the saint, Sai Baba. The temple is a white marble structure featuring ornate carvings. A marble statue of Sri Sai Baba along with some memorabilia from his life is also present. Lendi Bagh is the garden which Baba everyday and watered the plants. A lamp is kept burning under a pepal tree, which is said to have been planted by Baba. Shani Shingnapur is a village best known for a temple dedicated to Shani, the Hindu god of the planet Saturn. Interestingly, the houses in this village have no doors because of the belief that Lord Shaneshwara will protect from all evil. The Shani mandir houses a five and a half feet high black rock that symbolizes the god Shani. A trishula is placed alongside the symbol. A fair is held in honour of the deity on amavasya (full moon night) when as many as 3 lakh devotees visit the place.
You can reach pune by Mumbai mail and from there you can reach Shirdi by booking a cab or by private bus. There are lot of tourist cabs avaialble from pune rarilway station and you can hire them
There are many flights planning to start from Mumbai / delhi.
Shirdi Airport located at Kakdi Village and distance between the Airport and temple is 14 kms.
Shirdi sai Baba temple at Shirdi draws millions of devotees all over the India. This temple is designed over the Samadhi of shridi sai Baba. Shirdi sai Baba is simple over his philosophy and lessons. There are many pilgrimages in Shirdi area such as dwarkamayi, Samadhi mandhir and chavadi. Getting accommodation near the Shirdi temple is great for viewing many places and there is a major determining factor when it comes to choosing hotels, and what better would suit a man with a modest budget than a suitably-priced hotel that aptly provides all the basic amenities and compromises with quality as little as possible. There are many budget hotels in Shirdi like Hotel Apple Sai Residency, Hotel Temple view and Hotel G Square.
In Shirdi, you will find souvenir shops selling an array of silver trinkets, statues, fridge magnets, stickers, books and photos â with Sai Baba theme. The prices at all these tourist shops are highly negotiable.
Devotees can avail the following Online Services: - a)Darshan, b)Room Booking, c)Donation, d)Availability schedule for Free Prasad Bhojan and 5)Book Shop.
There are many tour operators offering economical packages from your city. You can opt for the best package and Group Package may cost you around Rs. 2900 (Per Person). These tour operators also offer you with Customized Package on Request.
We arrange the packages from Bangalore up & down flight to Pune from Pune to shirdi by AC Cab. It includes air fare, a/c transfer and a/c star accommodation.
We arrange the convenient way to reach to Shirdi from Coimbatore is, the flight from Coimbatore to Mumbai and from Mumbai to Shirdi by A/c Cab. It includes air fare, a/c transfer and a/c star accomadation.
Reaching Shirdi by Bus Many buses connect Shirdi to cities such as Mumbai, Hyderabad, Pune, Nashik. It is approximately 240 km from Mumbai and connected via the Eastern Express Highway.
Reaching Shirdi by Train Shirdi is connected by trains from Mumbai, Pune and Nasik. The nearest railway stations are Kopergoan(16 km) and Manmad (58 km).
Reaching Shirdi by Air The nearest airports are at Nasik (75 km), Mumbai (250 km) and Pune (231 km), which are well connected by air to other major cities in the country.
Shirdi train packages can avail for 4 days / 5 days / 6 days. It would be Shirdi + other 3 Temples / Shirdi, Manthralayam + other 3 Temples / Shirdi, Pandaripuram & Manthralayam + other 3 temples. We reach pune by Mumbai mail and from there reaching Shirdi by Non A/c vehicle. It includes train fare, non a/c transfer and non a/c accommodation.
There is direct rail connection between Chennai and Mantralayam. Express trains can be taken from Chennai Central which takes around 11 hours to reach Mantralayam. shirdi train package are also available with the tour operators. The nearest airport connecting to Mantralayam is Hyderabad airport. From the airport taxis are available for Mantralayam charging around Rs 4,000. One can opt for bus service to travel to Mantralayam while another good option is hiring a taxi which will cost anywhere from Rs 10,000 to Rs 15,000 (for a round trip).
Yes, In myshirdiptrip, the lady can travel as single. It is very much safety, comfortable and convenient.
You can choose the best packages from myshirditrip.com by searching in the google website as “Shirdi tour packages from Chennai”.
Yes, there is a official website of Shirdi, https://online.sai.org.in/ to check the availability of Shirdi Online Darshan/Aarti Tickets.
  • If you are first time user, then you will be needed to registration yourself.
  • Following things need to be required during registration process.
  • Valid Email Id.
  • Your photo (Max 250 KB). Valid file formats - JPEG, BMP, PNG, GIF, JPG
  • Id Proof (Voter ID, PAN Card, Passport, Aadhar Card, Driving License)
  • After submission your details will be sending to your email and Mobile numbers.
  • Using the link sent to your mail id, login and book the darshan / aarti tickets.
A customize pacakge is an independent travel plan designed and arranged just for you. This type of travel includes Air fare,Ac Cab, hotels, dharshan by provided the trip schedule and in myshirditrip the tour manager co-ordinating by telephonic.
No, there is no specific dress code in Shirdi, and a general practice in majority of the temples in India is to discourage use of any sort of western dress, including shorts, t-shirts and other dress that expose the legs.
The nearest airport is Babatpur, 22 km from Varanasi and 30 Km from Sarnath.Direct flights for Varanasi are available from Delhi, Agra, Khajurao, Calcutta,Mumbai, Lucknow and Bhuvaneshwar and Kathmandu ( Nepal)
River Front (Ghats), Asi Ghat to Kedara Ghat, Chauki Ghat to chausathi Ghat, Dashashwamedha Ghat ,Man Mandir Ghat to Lalita Ghat, Manikarnika Ghat, Scindia Ghat, Panchganga Ghat to Adi Keshva Ghat, Vishwanatha Khanda and The Kashi Vishwanath Temple (Golden Temple).
We do Kasi flight package from Chennai once in every three months. It includes Air fare, A/c transfer and A/c accommodation with 5 days of travel.
Fly with the best airlines as your travel from Chennai to Varanasi with Indigo & Jet Airways. The flight from Chennai to Varanasi is usually 5h 10m long.
No, there is no direct flight to kasi from Chennai, But too many connecting flight available via Mumbai, delhi and Hyderabad.
Tour charge per head may cost by train around Rs. 4500 /- and by flight Rs.26500/- onwards exclusive of Boat charges, cost of Entry tickets, Pooja & rituals expenses, etc.
Sri Sairam Subhayatra is one such tour operator who organize a well planned Varanasi Yatra from Chennai.
No, there is no specific dress code in Kasi, and a general practice in majority of the temples in India is to discourage use of any sort of western dress, including shorts, t-shirts and other dress that expose the legs. But, while doing rituals, women have to wear saree and men have to wear dhoti-kurta.
All travelers must present valid identification at the time of airport entry and check-in. The valid photo identification documents allowed are: Valid Passport / Driving License / Election Voter Card / Aadhar Card/ PAN Card/ Photo Identity cards issued by Government, Public Sectors.

For school going children and students, college/school identity card is acceptable as a proof of identification. If infants are travelling with their parents, they are allowed to travel provided that the parents should have a valid identity proof. But, since children below 2 years of age can travel free (without an extra seat), airline staff may ask for the birth certificate of the child to cross-check their age.
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