If your intention for this trip is spiritual upliftment, then this is the right package for you!
This Shirdi tour package is perfect for those looking for a spiritual and divine trip.
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Ever seen a town of houses with no doors? You can book a Shirdi to Shani Shingnapur cab with us to see this wondrous place and the spectacular Shani Shingnapur Temple. This temple is believed to be a “jagrut devasthan”, meaning “alive temple” as it is believed that the deity still resides in it. So make this the cherry on top of your divine trip to Shirdi. Book this Shirdi tour package with the best tour and travel services in Shirdi. Book with us!
Shani the son of Sun (Surya) is famous God in Shinganapur. A specialty of Shinganapur is that there are no doors to the houses. It is believed that Lord Shani Dev protects people from thieves. Shani Shinganapur is one more religious place in Ahmednagar-Nagar Dist. Rahuri is 50 Km. from Shirdi, & Shanishinganapur is located at east on Nagar Manmad Road. Shinganapur the Suburb of Sonai is to the east 16 Kms. from Rahuri. You can reach this humble village by taking a Shirdi Shingnapur cab with the best cab service in Shirdi i.e. Shirdi Cab Services.
A five and a half feet high black rock installed on an open-air platform symbolizes Lord Shani. A Trishula (trident) is placed along the side of the image and a Nandi (bull) image is on the south side. In front are the small images of Shiva and Hanuman.
This temple generally sees around 30-45,000 visitors a day, which can soar up to 3 lakhs during Amavasya. A fair is held in honour of the deity on this auspicious day. Bigger festivals are held on new moon days that fall on Saturdays. Devotees bathe Lord Shani’s image with water along with giving several offerings.
Nasik is an ancient holy city known for its link to the Ramayana epic poem. It is no wonder that travellers like to stop by. Our tour begins at Shirdi where you can pay your respects and seek divine blessings from Sai Baba. You can then take a Shirdi to Nashik cab where you can explore the Pandavleni Caves. For a more antique touch, visit the Kalaram Temple known for its ornate details or the Muktidham Temple famous for its notable architecture.
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The Muktidham Temple is pure white Located near Nashik-Road Station, just 2 Kms, the colour signifying holiness and peace. White Makrana marble was used to build this temple has very unusual architecture. Unique to this temple are the 18 chapters of the Gita written on the walls.
This temple was built in 1794 and is similar in its architectural design to the nearby Trimbakeshwar Temple. The temple is 70 feet in height and was the brainchild of Gopikabai Peshawa. It was built with black stone from the mines of Ramsej Hill. The temple is surrounded by several smaller temples such as the Vithal Temple, Ganapati Temple, Maruti Temple, etc.
The Pandavleni Caves are located on a tableland on Trivashmi Hill. Built by Jain kings these Caves are around 2000 years old. There are some 24 Caves that were home to Jain saints such as Tirthankara Vrishabdeo, Veer Manibhadraji, and Ambikadevi.
Prabhu Shri Ramchandra stayed in Nasik during his 14 Years VANVASA period. He used to take Bath at this place, thus it is recognised as RAMKUND. The same place is a part of KUMBHMELA, which comes after every 12 Years.