Shirdi Dham Yatra | Shirdi Packages | Shirdi Dham Tour Packages

Shirdi Packages | Shirdi Dham Yatra | Shirdi Dham Tour Packages

Shirdi Yatra For By Air ( 3 Days / 2 Nights) (VH-Shirdi-02)
New Delhi- Mumbai – Shirdi – Shani Dham – Mumbai – New Delhi
Day 01:
Departure transfer to Delhi Airport & board Flight for Mumbai. Arrival at Mumbai Airport with welcome drink to each person & proceed towards the following Pilgrimage Places of Mumbai:
  • Sidhivinayak Temple: The old temple was consecrated on Thursday, 19th November 1801. According to our Hindu Calendar it falls on Kartik Shudha Chaturdashi. The idol of Shree Siddhivinayak was carved out of a single black stone and is 2’6” (750mm) high and 2′ (600mm) wide with the trunk on the right. This is rather unusual appearance of Lord Ganesh. The upper right and left hands hold a lotus and an axe respectively while the lower right and left hands hold a rosary (japmala) and bowl full of “Modak” respectively. As it resembles the sacred thread, a snake appears on the left shoulder to right side belly. On the forehead of deity is an eye, which almost looks like the third eye of Lord Shiva. On both sides of the Lord Ganesh idol, are placed one idol each of Riddhi and Siddhi goddesses who are appearing like peeping out of the Ganesh idol from behind. Because of these two deities along with Lord Ganesh, this temple is known as the Siddhivinayak Ganapati Temple. These goddesses signify sanctity, success, wealth and prosperity…..Read More

Shirdi Dham Tour Packages | Shirdi Packages | Shirdi Dham Yatra

Shirdi Packages | Shirdi Dham Yatra | Shirdi Dham Tour Packages

Chalo Sai Dhaam ( 5 Days / 4 Nights) (VH-Shirdi-01)
New Delhi – Shirdi – New Delhi
Day 01:
Tour starts with Boarding train from Hazrat Nizamuddin Railway Station to Manmad / Kopargaon.

Day 02:
Arrive in the morning at Kopargaon Station. Transfer to Shirdi Dham by comfortable non A/c. vehicle (15 Km.). Check-in at Hotel. Fresh n up and have lunch in the Hotel. Proceed for Sai Darshan. In the evening Thursday Sai Baba Palki Darshan. Dinner & overnight stay at hotel…..Read More

Shirdi Packages | Shirdi Dham Yatra | Shirdi Dham Tour Packages

Shirdi Packages | Shirdi Dham Yatra | Shirdi Dham Tour Packages

Vikrant Holidays Pvt. Ltd.
Destinations: – New Delhi – Shirdi – New Delhi
Duration: – 5 Days / 4 Nights
Package Cost for Non A/C: Rs. 5000/- per person for Non A/C (Min 10 pax)
Package Cost for A/C: Rs.7000/- per person for A/C (Min 10 pax)….Read More
Vikrant Holidays Pvt. Ltd.
Destinations: – New Delhi- Mumbai – Shirdi – Shani Dham – Mumbai – New Delhi
Duration: – 3 Days / 2 Nights
Package Cost: Rs.18555/- per person (Min 04 pax)…..Read More
Vikrant Holidays Pvt. Ltd.
Destinations: – New Delhi – Pune – Shirdi – Shani Dham – Pune – New Delhi
Duration: – 3 Days / 2 Nights
Package Cost: Rs. 17999/- per person (Min 04 pax)…..Read More
Vikrant Holidays Pvt. Ltd.
Destinations: – New Delhi- Mumbai – Shirdi – Shani Dham – Mumbai – New Delhi
Duration: – 5 Days / 4 Nights
Package Cost: Rs. 23500/- per person (Min 04 pax)…..Read More

 

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Shirdi Dham Tour Packages

Shirdi Packages | Shirdi Dham Yatra | Shirdi Dham Tour Packages.

New Delhi – Pune – Shirdi – Shani Dham – Pune – New Delhi
Day 01:
Arrival at PUNE by flight, Pick up at Airport, , meet and greet, proceed to Bhimashankar ( 130 Kms / 4 hrs ) – Bhimashankar, one of the twelve Jyotirlingas Temples , can certainly be termed as a Pilgrim Paradise. The dense forests surrounding the high ranges also play an abode to the rare species of flora and fauna. Situated at the extreme end of the Sahayadri Ranges, this place gives a wonderful view of the world around you, the forts, the rivers and the hill stations around. It is believed that Lord Shiva was pleased by the devotion of a king named Bhimak of the sun Dynasty and is called the Jyotirlinga in the place. But according to the Shiv Purana the Bhimashankar Jyotirlinga is situated on the Mountain Brahmapur, district Kamrup of Assam. Lord Shiva had incarnated so that he could destroy the demons and protect his devotees and for the welfare of one and all.

Then proceed to shirdi. Overnight stay at shirdi.

Day 02:
Early morning visit Sai Samadhi Temple to attend Kakad Aarti and day free for local temples visit.

  • Samadhi Mandir: A wealthy devotee of Sai Baba, Shreemant Gopalrao Buti from Nagpur built this temple in 1917-1918. He wished to install the idol of Muralidhar (a Hindu deity) here, but Sai Baba himself became the deity and after he passed away, his Samadhi (memorial) was built here using white marble. This temple is also known as Sai Baba Temple and features exquisite silver pillars ornamented with elaborate designs. In front of this temple is an assembly hall that can accommodate 600 devotees and a part of the hall showcases different things used by Sai Baba during his lifetime. It is one of the prime tourist attractions in Shirdi and is frequented by numerous tourists all the year round.
  • Dwarkamai: This mosque was used as a residence when Sai Baba came to Shirdi for the second time. It is located on the right side of the entry point of Sai Mandir. This mosque occupies an indispensable position among the sacred spots of Shirdi and those visiting the temple inevitably pay a visit to this mosque. In the mosque you will come across the shila (stone), once used by Baba to sit. It is quite fascinating to note that the holy fire that Sai Baba used to light is still burning.
  • Gurusthan: This place holds immense significance among the things to watch in Shirdi since it is this place where Sai Baba came as a child ascetic and sat in deep contemplation under a Neem tree. Subsequently, this place came to be recognized as Gurusthan and was also once renovated. Located at this place is a small shrine, featuring a huge portrait of Sai Baba on an elevated platform.
  • Chavadi: It is this place where Sai Baba used to sleep after returning from a procession from Dwarkamai to Chawadi. Every Thursday, a procession is carried out to Chavadi carrying the possessions of Sai Baba such as Baba’s Photo, Holy Padukas (footwear) and Satka.
  • Lendi Baug: It is a famous garden that Sai Baba used to visit daily, for watering the plants. The garden also houses a Neem tree under which he used to take rest. Adjacent to this tree is Nandadeep, a diya (lamp) that used to be lit by Baba each day in the pit dug by him. Nowadays, this pit has been transformed into a marble deepgriha (lighthouse), having a glass box where the lamp is still burning. Several other highlights of this garden are Datta Mandir (samadhi of Sai Baba’s horse, Sham Sundar) and Baba’s Shivdi.
  • Samadhi of Abdulbaba: Abdulbaba was one of the most ardent followers of Sai Baba, who used to read out the Quran to him. Nearby Shri Sai Baba Temple, his Samadhi (memorial) is located. It is one of the prime tourist attractions in Shirdi that houses photos and various items that were once handled by Sai Baba and him.
  • Maruti Temple: This temple was of special significance to Sai Baba and he used to come here religiously on a regular basis. Several satsangs (religious sermons) were also conducted here with the assistance of Devidas, who happened to be a bal yogi (young devout). Night stay at Hotel.

Day 03:
After an early breakfast leave for Shignapur.

Shani Shingnapur is a village known for its popular temple of Shani, the Hindu god of the planet (graha) Saturn. Shingnapur is also famous for the fact that no house in the village has doors, only door frames. Despite this, no theft is reported in the village. Villagers never keep their valuables under lock and key. Villagers believe that the temple is a “jagrut devasthan” (lit. “alive temple”), meaning that the god here is very powerful. They believe that god Shani punishes anyone attempting theft The shrine for Shani comprises of a five and a half feet high black rock installed on an open-air platform, which symbolizes the god 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

Generally, the temple has 30-40,000 visitors a day, which swells to around three lakh (i.e. three hundred thousand) on amavasya (the new moon day), believed to the most auspicious day to appease Lord Shani. The village holds a fair in honour of the deity on this day. A bigger fair on new moon days that fall on Saturdays. Devotees bathe Lord Shani’s image with water and oil and offer flowers, and udid to him.

Package Includes:

  • To & fro Air Tickets for Delhi / Pune / Delhi
  • Accommodation for 2 nights at 3 Star Hotel
  • Welcome Drinks on Arrival at Airport
  • Delhi Airport departure transfer
  • All the Local sightseeings as per itinerary
  • Taxes Included.

Shirdi Packages | Shirdi Dham Tour Packages | Shirdi Dham Darshan

Shirdi Dham Yatra

Shirdi Packages | Shirdi Dham Yatra | Shirdi Dham Tour Packages.

New Delhi- Mumbai – Shirdi – Shani Dham – Mumbai – New Delhi
Day 01:
Departure transfer to Delhi Airport & board Flight for Mumbai. Arrival at Mumbai Airport with welcome drink to each person & proceed towards the following Pilgrimage Places of Mumbai:

  • Sidhivinayak Temple: The old temple was consecrated on Thursday, 19th November 1801. According to our Hindu Calendar it falls on Kartik Shudha Chaturdashi. The idol of Shree Siddhivinayak was carved out of a single black stone and is 2’6” (750mm) high and 2′ (600mm) wide with the trunk on the right. This is rather unusual appearance of Lord Ganesh. The upper right and left hands hold a lotus and an axe respectively while the lower right and left hands hold a rosary (japmala) and bowl full of “Modak” respectively. As it resembles the sacred thread, a snake appears on the left shoulder to right side belly. On the forehead of deity is an eye, which almost looks like the third eye of Lord Shiva. On both sides of the Lord Ganesh idol, are placed one idol each of Riddhi and Siddhi goddesses who are appearing like peeping out of the Ganesh idol from behind. Because of these two deities along with Lord Ganesh, this temple is known as the Siddhivinayak Ganapati Temple. These goddesses signify sanctity, success, wealth and prosperity.
  • Babulnath Temple: One of the finest temple of lord shiva in Mumbai, Babulnath temple located near girgaum chopatty is one of the holy and religious places of hindu community. Well Know and Famous for Lord Babulnath ‘Lord Shiva’ father of Lord Ganesha, Among all festivals ‘Mahashivaratri’ is the day of worship for Lord Shiva (Shiv Shambhunath), It is celebrated just one night before day of darkness ‘Amavasya’. This place is Approx 1000/- Feet above Sea Level and one of the very famous and old monuments of Mumbai for Hindus. you will find lots of beggars around this temple as usual for all other temples in Mumbai.
  • Haji Ali: Honoring the Muslim saint Haji Ali this mosque was built in the middle of the sea with only a narrow path leading to it giving it an ethereal look. As per the Muslim traditions separate praying rooms for ladies and gents are provided here to pay their respects. It is set 500 yards into the sea and can be reached only in low tide. The Haji Ali mausoleum has an offshore location, opposite the Mahalakshmi racecourse. During high tide, the connecting causeway is submerged in water giving the impression that the mosque and tomb are floating out at sea in splendid isolation. This is The Haji Ali Dargah, the floating tomb of a wealthy Mohammedan merchant who renounced his worldly ways before embarking on a pilgrimage to Mecca. The legend goes that Haji Ali died on a pilgrimage to Mecca and miraculously his casket floated back to these shores. After visiting the above places proceeds towards the SHIRDI the place of SAI BABA. Check-in at Hotel and Fresh up yourself. Proceed for Sai Darshan in the evening and also for Sai Baba Palki Darshan. Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 02:
Early morning visit Sai Samadhi Temple to attend Kakad Aarti and day free for local temples visit.

  • Samadhi Mandir: A wealthy devotee of Sai Baba, Shreemant Gopalrao Buti from Nagpur built this temple in 1917-1918. He wished to install the idol of Muralidhar (a Hindu deity) here, but Sai Baba himself became the deity and after he passed away, his Samadhi (memorial) was built here using white marble. This temple is also known as Sai Baba Temple and features exquisite silver pillars ornamented with elaborate designs. In front of this temple is an assembly hall that can accommodate 600 devotees and a part of the hall showcases different things used by Sai Baba during his lifetime. It is one of the prime tourist attractions in Shirdi and is frequented by numerous tourists all the year round.
  • Dwarkamai: This mosque was used as a residence when Sai Baba came to Shirdi for the second time. It is located on the right side of the entry point of Sai Mandir. This mosque occupies an indispensable position among the sacred spots of Shirdi and those visiting the temple inevitably pay a visit to this mosque. In the mosque you will come across the shila (stone), once used by Baba to sit. It is quite fascinating to note that the holy fire that Sai Baba used to light is still burning.
  • Gurusthan: This place holds immense significance among the things to watch in Shirdi since it is this place where Sai Baba came as a child ascetic and sat in deep contemplation under a Neem tree. Subsequently, this place came to be recognized as Gurusthan and was also once renovated. Located at this place is a small shrine, featuring a huge portrait of Sai Baba on an elevated platform.
  • Chavadi: It is this place where Sai Baba used to sleep after returning from a procession from Dwarkamai to Chawadi. Every Thursday, a procession is carried out to Chavadi carrying the possessions of Sai Baba such as Baba’s Photo, Holy Padukas (footwear) and Satka.
  • Lendi Baug: It is a famous garden that Sai Baba used to visit daily, for watering the plants. The garden also houses a Neem tree under which he used to take rest. Adjacent to this tree is Nandadeep, a diya (lamp) that used to be lit by Baba each day in the pit dug by him. Nowadays, this pit has been transformed into a marble deepgriha (lighthouse), having a glass box where the lamp is still burning. Several other highlights of this garden are Datta Mandir (samadhi of Sai Baba’s horse, Sham Sundar) and Baba’s Shivdi.
  • Samadhi of Abdulbaba: Abdulbaba was one of the most ardent followers of Sai Baba, who used to read out the Quran to him. Nearby Shri Sai Baba Temple, his Samadhi (memorial) is located. It is one of the prime tourist attractions in Shirdi that houses photos and various items that were once handled by Sai Baba and him.
  • Maruti Temple: This temple was of special significance to Sai Baba and he used to come here religiously on a regular basis. Several satsangs (religious sermons) were also conducted here with the assistance of Devidas, who happened to be a bal yogi (young devout). Night stay at Hotel.

Day 03:
After an early breakfast leave for Shignapur.

Shani Shingnapur is a village known for its popular temple of Shani, the Hindu god of the planet (graha) Saturn. Shingnapur is also famous for the fact that no house in the village has doors, only door frames. Despite this, no theft is reported in the village. Villagers never keep their valuables under lock and key. Villagers believe that the temple is a “jagrut devasthan” (lit. “alive temple”), meaning that the god here is very powerful. They believe that god Shani punishes anyone attempting theft The shrine for Shani comprises of a five and a half feet high black rock installed on an open-air platform, which symbolizes the god 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

Generally, the temple has 30-40,000 visitors a day, which swells to around three lakh (i.e. three hundred thousand) on amavasya (the new moon day), believed to the most auspicious day to appease Lord Shani. The village holds a fair in honour of the deity on this day. A bigger fair on new moon days that fall on Saturdays. Devotees bathe Lord Shani’s image with water and oil and offer flowers, and udid to him.

Package Includes:

  • To & fro Air Tickets for Delhi / Mumbai / Delhi
  • Accommodation for 2 nights at 3 Star Hotel
  • Welcome Drinks on Arrival at Airport
  • Delhi Airport departure transfer
  • All the Local sightseeings as per itinerary
  • Taxes Included.

Shirdi Packages | Shirdi Dham Yatra | Shirdi Dham Tour Packages

Shirdi Dham Darshan

Shirdi Packages | Shirdi Dham Yatra | Shirdi Dham Tour Packages.

New Delhi – Shirdi – New Delhi
Day 01:
Tour starts with Boarding train from Hazrat Nizamuddin Railway Station to Manmad / Kopargaon.

Day 02:
Arrive in the morning at Kopargaon Station. Transfer to Shirdi Dham by comfortable non A/c. vehicle (15 Km.). Check-in at Hotel. Fresh n up and have lunch in the Hotel. Proceed for Sai Darshan. In the evening Thursday Sai Baba Palki Darshan. Dinner & overnight stay at hotel.

Day 03:
Fresh n up have breakfast and proceed for Shani Shingnapur for Shani Dev Temple by Non A/c vehicle back to the hotel for lunch. Post lunch free to take rest. Evening free for shopping and leisure activities. Dinner & overnight stay at hotel.

Day 04: 
Fresh n up have breakfast at hotel. After breakfast you are free for other activities and also for Sai Darshan one more. Meanwhile complete the Check out formalities from the hotel and proceed to Kopargoan / Manmad Railway station to board the train for Delhi. Overnight journey.

Day 05:
Arrive at Hazrat Nizamuddin Railway Station. Transfer from Railway Station to Sai Baba Temple. Tour ends with pleasant memories.

Package Includes:

  • Train Tickets ( 3 AC Class / NON AC SL Class) for to and fro movements.
  • All meals in Shirdi.
  • Delhi pick-up / drop by comfortable Non A/C vehicle.
  • Kopargaon / Manmad Pick up by comfortable Non A/C vehicle
  • Visit to Shani Dham /Shani Signapur by Non A/C Vehicle.