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Shri Sai Baba Temple Shirdi - Hindu temple in Shirdi , India
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Shri Sai Baba Temple Shirdi - Hindu temple in Shirdi - Ahmednagar, India

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About Shri Sai Baba Temple Shirdi in Shirdi

Temple complex where Indian guru Sai Baba spent his time, featuring a sacred neem tree & festivals.

Address

QF8G+J6Q Shri Sai Baba Temple Shirdi, Mauli Nagar, Shirdi, Maharashtra 423109

Open Hours

Monday- 6 am-9:30 pm
Tuesday- 6 am-9:30 pm
Wednesday- 6 am-9:30 pm
Thursday- 6 am-9:30 pm
Friday- 6 am-9:30 pm
Saturday- 6 am-9:30 pm
Sunday- 6 am-9:30 pm

Overall Rating

4.7

Total User Reviews (68216)

Contact
02423 258 777
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Place
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Address
QF8G+J6Q Shri Sai Baba Temple Shirdi, Mauli Nagar, Shirdi, Maharashtra 423109
Geo Location
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Shri Sai Baba Temple Shirdi - Featured Reviews (68216)

V G SubramanianV G Subramanian

Sai Mandir at Shirdi is one of most divine pilgrimages visited throughout the year by devotees from all over the world. The temple is built around the revered Samadhi of Sai Baba a Saint and God who merged with the Divine 1918. The Mandir is located at Shirdi which is close to Nashik in Maharashtra. Shirdi town is bustling with visitors and has many hotels to stay, many restaurants serving various cuisine and markets catering to the tourists and others. We visited the various divine places around the Mandir such as the Dwarakamai Masjid, Baba's Chavadi, Dixit Wada, Museum, Khandoba Mandir, Park with the Well, Maruti Mandir etc. Senior Citizens have a separate entry with no fees; others can buy online Darshan Tickets. The arrangements for the visit are organised by the Shri Saibaba Sansthan Trust; which ensures smooth and organised visits. In addition, the Sai Theme Park is located close by, where visitors can enjoy the shows as per the timings and charges. The temple is crowded on festival occasions, holidays and weekends.

Dr. BHOOSHAN PATILDr. BHOOSHAN PATIL

Hindu temple. World femous. SaiBaba temple is one of the best and most popular temples in all over India as well as all over the world. Palkhies of Sai Baba reach Shirdi saibaba temple from Dahanu, Mumbai and other places far away from the Temple, people walk with palkhi near about one month or more.

Abhishek GautamAbhishek Gautam

Sai Baba Temple, Shridih.. Must visiting place. Around 20 to 25 thousand people visit here per day. Very much disciplined temple. No camera and mobile allowed inside the campus. Even prasaad is also not allowed. Go with believe only that baba will solve all problems. After viewing Sai Baba, Mandir will give you prasaad and Vibhuti. I were gone Sridih by road and condition of road is very poor. Government must think about this area and temple trust should approach to Government for this. Because a lot of people visit Sridih daily. But during the way of Sridih a lot of graps garden, which is very attractive, natural and enjoyable.

Rishabh GistRishabh Gist

Sai baba temple located in Shirdi a very popular and religious place to visit. The place is very beautiful. Temple provides two entries normal and paid will cost you around Rs300-Rs400 per person. You can visit any time it close from Pune around 3hr drive and 1hr drive from Nashik

Durgesh ShuklaDurgesh Shukla

Shirdi (pronunciationi; also known as Sainagar) is a city in the Indian state of Maharashtra. It is located in the Rahata taluka of Ahmednagar District. It is accessible via the Ahmednagar-Malegaon State Highway No.10, approximately 83 km (52 mi) from Ahmednagar and 15 km (9.3 mi) from Kopargaon. It is located 185 km (115 mi) east of the Western Seashore line (the Ahmednagar-Manmad road), a very busy route. Shirdi is famously known as the home of the late 19th century saint Shri Sai Baba.[1] The Shri Saibaba Sansthan Trust located in Shirdi is one of the richest temple organisations.[2] One of the most famous pilgrim centres of India, Shirdi is where Shri Sai Baba, the saint known for his divine powers, lived and preached for over five decades. Samadhi Temple, where he lived, has a room that depicts articles and things used by Shri Sai during his lifetime, and is therefore quite significant for his disciples, who follow his teachings and rever him till date. The temple also houses his mortal remains. Every day, over 60,000 tourists and devotees from all faiths and religions throng to the temple, and this number increases during festive seasons. The temple opens at 4:45 am[3] and one has to wait in a queue to get a glimpse of the idol and worship him. Other places related to the life of Shri Sai in Shirdi include Dwarkamai Mandir, Chavadi and Gurusthan. Dwarkamai Mandir, where Baba lived, with a temple inside, is the only one of its kind and importance in India. Another interesting aspect of the dwarkamai mandir is that the dhuni, or holy fire that Sai Baba lit here has been always kept burning to this day. The ash that falls from the dhuni called Udi is considered to have healing powers. Baba used to spend a lot of time sitting under the Neem tree, and the amazing thing is that the leaves of this neem tree is sweet:This is considered to be one of the greatest miracles of Baba. And There is a Gurusthan under the Neem tree where, according to Baba, the Samadhi of his own guru is located and Where Baba was found during his Balyog or Yuva avastha.This place is considered to be a very important because of this reason. [4] The Sainagar Shirdi Railway station became operational in March 2009. As of 2011, there are trains from Chennai,[6][7] Mumbai, Visakhapatnam, Kakinada, Vijayawada, Hyderabad, Mysore[8] and other cities/states that have Shirdi railway station as their terminal stop. Airedit Shirdi Airport was inaugurated by the President of India, Ramnath Kovind, on 1 October 2017. There are major destinations from Shirdi airport, viz. the airports of Delhi, Hyderabad, Chennai and Mumbai. The airport is located at Kakadi in Kopargaon tahsil area, 14 km south-west of Shirdi.[9] The construction, according to the original plans, was completed in February 2016, and the first trial flight landed on 2 March 2016.[10] There are plans to lengthen the runway from 2,200 metres to 3,200 metres. The target completion date is 2017 or 2018.[11] The nearest major airports are at Aurangabad and Pune, 115 km (71 mi) and 186 km (116 mi) respectively from Shirdi. By caredit Shirdi is accessible via the Ahmednagar-Manmad State Highway No.10, approximately 83 km (52 mi) from Ahmednagar and 15 km (9.3 mi) from Kopargaon. It is approximately 240 km (150 mi) from Mumbai on the Eastern Express Highway

P.C.B. (Prem)P.C.B. (Prem)

Nearest Railway station: Kopargaon (KPG) 15 kms far from shirdi Nearest airport: Shirdi int airport , 22 kms far from shirdi,working only in day time Accomodation: SSTD rooms can be book online timely Local city bus running for Sai Prasadam. Sai Baba's early years are a mystery. Most accounts mention his birth as a Hindu Brahman and his subsequent adoption by a Sufi fakir, or mendicant. Later in life he claimed to have had a Hindu guru. Sai Baba arrived in Shirdi, in the western Indian state of Maharashtra, about 1858 and remained there until his death in 1918. At first denounced by the villagers of Shirdi as a madman, by the turn of the century Sai Baba had a considerable following of Hindus and Muslims, attracted by his compelling teachings and his performance of apparent miracles, which often involved the granting of wishes and the healing of the sick. He wore a Muslim cap and for the better part of his life lived in an abandoned mosque in Shirdi, where he daily kept a fire burning, a practice reminiscent of some Sufi orders. Yet he named that mosque Dvarakamai, a decidedly Hindu name, and is said to have had substantial knowledge of the Puranas, the bhagvatgita, and various branches of Hindu thought. Sai Baba's teachings often took the form of paradoxical parables and displayed both his disdain for the rigid formalism that Hinduism and Islam could fall prey to and his empathy for the poor and diseased. Shirdi is a major pilgrimage site, and other spiritual figures like Upasani Baba and Meher baba credited the teachings of Sai Baba. In the late 20th and early 21st century Sathya Sai Baba claimed to be his incarnation.

Dattatraya JantaliDattatraya Jantali

Today i celebrated Diwali with 'Sai Baba' temple in Shirdi Maharashtra. I have got very pleasant Darshan of Shri Sai Baba and Dwarkamayi and the museum. I Observed unfortunately now Sai temple having very less space which is surrounded by Commercial complex, Street venders, Beggers. People with paid Darshan could get close Sai Darshan and for free line pilgrims restricted at 50 feet and thrown out by Security forces. and surprise that Shirdi Maharashtra may now present in Andhra Pradesh that much Andhra "Udupi" Hotels and Andhra Jana present in temple premises. Where are Marathi people. Panjabi Udupi hotel also present. Free Prasadalay is too far from temple having not good facilities compare to South Indian Temples. Food service is not that much hygiene.

Rahul PatilRahul Patil

Shirdi Sai Baba Temple is one of the best visited temple in India and has a lot of devotees coming each day. Beautiful temple to visit. Advice : 1). There is free food for (Devotees) bhaks. 2). A/C and Non A/C Bhakti Nivas are available at some distance from the Temple. Conditions : Mobile Phones are not allowed inside the temple.

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Where is Shri Sai Baba Temple Shirdi Located ?

Shri Sai Baba Temple Shirdi Located in Shirdi of Ahmednagar. The complete address is QF8G+J6Q Shri Sai Baba Temple Shirdi, Mauli Nagar, Shirdi, Maharashtra 423109.

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Yes you can contact over this 02423 258 777 no.

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Yes you can connect Shri Sai Baba Temple Shirdi with their website https://www.sai.org.in/ .

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