Women Only Tours in Shirdi

Shirdi

Located in Maharashtra, Shirdi is one of the most important religious destinations in India. Believed to be the abode of Sai Baba, the great saint of the 20th century, this town hosts millions of pilgrims every year. Feel liberated as you sit amidst his devotees and listen to his teachings. Learn to walk the path of simplicity and harmony, much like the great saint himself and get in touch with your spiritual side on our women-only Shirdi pilgrim getaways.

  • Best Time to Travel

    Winter (Nov-Dec)

  • Curent Weather

    Cloudy - 30 degree

  • Area Code

    2892

  • Population

    38,873

Things To Do

  • Shopping
  • Festivals
  • Places

Shopping in Shirdi

Shirdi is synonymous with Sai Baba. Here, you can shop for paintings, wall hangings, and trinkets with Sai Baba's image imprinted on them. You can also be on a lookout for books that give you an insight into the great saint's life.

Festivals

"Ramnavmi (March):
Observed as Sai Baba's birthday, Ramnavmi is celebrated with great devotion in Shirdi. In line with his teachings, free medical camps are set up for the poor and the needy and blood donation drives are conducted.

Guru Purnima (July):
Guru Purnima is celebrated with great fervor in Shirdi because Sai Baba is revered as a spiritual teacher by all his devotees. On this day special prayer is offered as a mark of gratitude and respect.

Dussehra (September):
The 10th day of Dussehra is celebrated with much funfair and joy in Shirdi. It's a celebration of Lord Ram's victory over the king of Lanka. The day is also observed as nirvana divas, the day when Sai Baba left behind his mortal remains. "

Places

"Visit the Sai Baba Temple:
Built by a wealthy multimillionaire from Nagpur, the Sai temple attracts millions of devotees every year. The major attraction of the temple is evening Sai Aarti.

Dwarkamayee Masjid:
Sai Baba spent a majority of his life at Dwarkamayee Masjid and this place is the epitome of his theory of 'Sab ka Malik ek hai'. Devotees claim to feel closer to the great saint here.

Shani Shingnapur Village:
This village consists of a shrine dedicated to Lord Shani. But what's interesting about this village is that none of the houses have doors because they believe nothing bad can happen in the presence of their Lord, such is their belief!"

Things to Carry

  • Carry a scarf to cover your head and refrain from wearing shorts, capris and sleeveless tops and kurtas
  •  Don't forget your medicines with prescriptions
  •  Your footwear should be comfortable. Carry a pair for walking shoes without fail
  •  Don't forget your camera and phone with all its accessories, especially the charger"
     

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