Shirdi-Sai Darshan Bus tour package from Bangalore
Day 1: Daily the Bus Departs from Bangalore to Shirdi in the afternoon.
Day 2: Arrival in Shirdi Check in hotel and refreshments and Later Do the Sai Baba Darshan By Walk and After Darshan Return to hotel (Night halt @ Shirdi)
Day 3:On the Third Day Morning Guest will travel from Shirdi to Shani Singanapur to do the Shani Bagavan Darshan and same day evening depart To Bangalore from shirdi.
Day 4: Arrival in Bangalore tour Ends.
Cost Per couple for Shirdi tour package from Bangalore
:Deluxe Type Tour BY Ac Volvo Bus Rs 9,800/-– Includes Ac Volvo Multiaxle Bus Transfer from Bangalore – Shirdi – Bangalore 1 Night Stay In Deluxe Hotel in Shirdi and Sai-darshan and Shani Bagawan Darshan @ Singanapur by group mini bus.
:Star type Tour BY Ac Volvo Bus Rs 12,600/-– Includes Ac Volvo Multiaxle Bus Transfer from Bangalore – Shirdi – Bangalore 1 Night Stay In star category ac Hotel with breakfast in Shirdi and Sai-darshan and Shani Bagawan Darshan @ Singanapur by Ac car.
NOTE: For Shirdi tour package from Bangalore includes transportation by A/C Multiaxle Volvo bus, 1 night stay @ Shirdi and singanapur shani Bagavan Darsha.
flight Package from Bangalore to Shirdi(BIAL-BIAL)
Shirdi Tour Itinerary
Day 1: Departure to Pune by Indigo 6E-408/ Go air G8-283/ Flight from BIAL Airport Bangalore. Arrival in Pune. Board the ac individual car with a Stop for Breakfast in Pune then Depart to Shirdi, En route visiting Mahaganapati temple at Ranjangaon. On arrival in Shiridi check inn Hotel. Take Refreshments & lunch after refreshments Head to Sai Darshan & also Visit, Dwarkamai (Masjid) Chavadi, Gurusthan, Lendi Baug , Museum Hall, Khandoba Mandir then with Dinner night Stay in Shirdi Hotel.
Day 2: Morning in the hotel Breakfast will be served after breakfast Visit Sai Temple with MUKH Darshan/ or Darshan (Clients Choice) then at 12:00-01:00 pm Have Lunch @ hotel and Departure to Shani Shingnapur do the Shani Bagavan Darshan, later proceed to Pune airport en route have dinner in Pune and fly with indigo GE-103/ GO-AIR G8-284 back to Bangalore. On arrival in Bangalore (BIAL) Airport tour ends.
Fixed Booking Rates / Price/ Tariff (Bangalore to Shirdi Air Flight Package.)
ADULT: Rs 12,499/- on Twin Sharing Basis
Kids: Rs 12,499/- (Above 2 years)
Infants: Rs 3,499/- (Age 0-2 years)
Hotel for stay in Shirdi :Daiwikhotel
Shiridi Flight Package Includes
1 : Bangalore (BIAL) to Pune (PNQ) to Bangalore (BIAL) Economy Airfare
2: Pune – Ranjangoan – Shirdi – Shani Singanapur – Pune travel by AC individual car (Car provided as per seating capacity)
3: Star A/c Accommodation on TWIN/ TRIPLE sharing basis.
4: FOOD: 2 Breakfasts, 2 Buffet Lunch and 2 Buffet Dinner Per Passenger.(in case any 1 does not want to have food Food expenses are not refunded)
5: Special Darshan tickets at Shirdi (subject to availability)
Exclusions in Shirdi flight Tour Package from Bangalore
1: All Personal Expenses,
2:Room Service, Tips, Phone Calls from rooms, Laundry, Travel Insurance.
Terms and Conditions for booking Shirdi tour Package From Bangalore
1:Booking Must be done at least 15 days (Minimum) from the date of Departure.
2: For Boarding Flights @ BIAL & PNQ All passengers’ are requested to carrying any Govt issued original photo ID proof. Without which if the passengers are denied of boarding by flight operator then no refund from the company.
3:Tickets once booked with confirmed status then No Cancellation, No Postponement, of the tickets.
4:Please do not bargain or ask for Discount the Rates are fixed.
5: Tour Organizer reserves all rights to make any emergency changes without notice.
6:Company is not responsible for any refund claims, due to flight delay, DUE TO Nature Problems.
7: Customers are requested to take care of there belongings company is not responsible for Their belongings.
Details Needed to Confirm the Tour Package to Shirdi
1:Passenger names with age, sex and Copy of any Govt issued id proof with a photo.
MODES OF PAYMENT FOR SHIRDI PACKAGE BOOKING CONFIRMATION:
Full payment is to be made on the booking.
1. By Cash @ Our Office
2. Online Transfer or Cash Deposit to our ICICI BANK Account
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Take our tour to shirdi from Bangalore and find SHIRDI … A PLACE OF FAITH AND WORSHIP
Shirdi, a small rural town in the Rahata taluka of Ahmednagar district in the Indian state of Maharashtra, is a secular place where all religions are treated as one & a belief in the power of Faith & Patience is foremost. A place where all heads bow down in prayer, where faith prevails, where hopes are built, where patience pays, and where infinite joy and everlasting contentment abound. Such is the glory of the place which belongs to the Holy Saint, a true repository of wisdom, who pleased all with pious equality and gifted mankind ornaments of humanity and peace by saying “SABKA MALIK EK”.
The footprints of Saibaba have made this town a holy place. Millions of devotees continuously flock here from all over India and abroad. Situated on the Ahmednagar-Manmad highway, Shirdi can be reached from the new railway station at Sainagar; Manmad-Junction, Kopargaon and Nagarsul are other nearby railway stations on the Central Railway.
Shirdi is where the holy soul of Shri Satchidanand Sadguru Sainath Maharaj – affectionately known as “Saibaba” rests today.
Shri Saibaba appeared at Shirdi in his human incarnation. For 60 years Baba served mankind and preached his precious teachings to the world from here, and then went for contemplation (Samadhi) in Shirdi itself. The footprints and the deeds of Saibaba have turned this small town into a unique holy place for people of all castes, creeds and religions.
Saibaba delivered the universal slogan of “Shraddha – Saburi”, i.e. Faith and Patience for everyone, from here itself. The place of his ‘Samadhi‘ has become a centre-point for innumerable devotees, infusing them with the joy of life. While visiting Shirdi, one experiences complete peace of mind, a strong self-confidence, and a great sense of purpose.
During his contemplation (Samadhi) services, Shri Saibaba had consoled his devotees with these words – “After I take Samadhi, my bones will speak from the grave, and people will throng here.” His message is being experienced till today. Shirdi is a convenient place to visit throughout the year, during all seasons.
Baba’s Shirdi is one place where even today all his devotees come with empty hands but filled with Hope, and go back “Blessed with Contentment with an Everlasting Smile on their faces”.
Package to shirdi from Bangalore
Baba’s Sacred Body has been laid to eternal rest (Samadhi) here. The edifice of this
Main Mandir (Temple) was constructed by an ardent devotee Shri Gopalrao Butti of Nagpur with Baba’s blessings. It is therefore also known as “Butti Wada”. Baba’s Beautiful life-size idol is installed near His Samadhi in this shrine. All rituals, Comprising of Pooja, Abhishek and the four daily Aartis, are performed here. The set of Baba’s original ‘Padukas’ and ‘Satka’ are kept in the Samadhi Mandir which are used for Thursday Palkhi Procession. Program
The Daily Poojas & Aarti Programs of Saibaba Samadhi Mandir, Shirdi that a devotee can be attend by package tour from Bangalore
Bhoopali 04.15am Morning Aarti (Kakad Aarti) 04.30 am Holy Bath 05.05 am Darshan Starts 05.40 am onwards Madyan Aarti 12.00 noon Dhoop Aarti Sunset Night Aarti (Shej Aarti) 10.30 pm Abhishek Pooja 07.00 am & 09.00 am
Satyanarayan Pooja 07.00 am, 9.00 am, 11.00 am & 01.00 pm
HOLY PLACES IN THE SHRI SAI MANDIR PREMISES-Shirdi
This was Baba’s abode (located within the Samadhi Mandir Complex) continuously for sixty years till He took Samadhi. Baba blessed innumerable devotees here. The Sheela (Stone), on which Baba used to sit, is located in Dwarkamai. The sacred Fire (Dhuni) lit by Baba is also eternally burning here. Baba used to give Sacred Udi (Ash) from this Dhuni to His devotees to fulfill their wishes. Even now, Udi distributed to devotees is from this Dhuni. (‘Grinding Wheel’ and ‘Chul’ on which Baba used to cook food here and distribute it amongst his devotees. is also kept here for darshan)
The Chavadi is located close to the Samadhi Mandir Complex on the eastern side.On every alternate day, Baba used to proceed in a procession from Dwarkamai to Chavadi at night and sleep there. Even now, on every Thursday between 9.15 and 10.00 p.m., Baba’s Photo, Holy Padukas (footwear) and Satka (baton) are taken in a palaquin procession to the Chavadi.
Baba was first spotted here(behind the Samadhi Mandir) when He was a lad of sixteen. Baba used to refer to this spot as His Guru’s (Mentor’s) location and hence known as ‘Gurusthan’. The famous Margosa (Neem) tree referred to in the Shri Sai Satcharitra stands here. Devotees believe that if they burn incense here on Thursdays and Fridays all their ailments get cured.
Baba used to go for a stroll in this Baug (Garden) located within the Samadhi Mandir Complex. Nanda-Deep (Sacred Oil Lamp) is continuously kept burning near the Peepal tree planted by Baba Himself in this Garden. A small Datta Mandir is also situated here. Baba’s beloved horse Shyamsunder was laid to eternal rest here. There is also a well, called “Baba’s Shivadi”, in this garden.
Personal items used by Baba during his lifetime like his drinking vessel (Tumbler),Padukas (footwear), Satka (Baton), Grinder, Gramophones, a Bowl of Hukka, Horse Bridle, the Kaphani and Sandals worn by Baba and the original photographs of Baba are all kept in the Museum Hall for all Sai devotees.
This Temple is located near the Shri Saibaba Hospital on the Nagar-Manmad Road.The story goes that the marriage party of Chand Patil’s wife’s nephew came to Shirdi and took shelter under the banyan tree located near this temple. When Shri Saibaba, who had accompanied this marriage party, alighted with others in the open ground of this temple, the Pujari (Priest) of the temple welcomed this Young Ascetic with the words “Aao Sai” (“Come Sai”).
IMPORTANT FESTIVALS CELEBRATED BY SAI SANSTHAN-SHIRDI
SHRI RAMNAVAMI FESTIVAL
Shri Ramnavami festival is being celebrated from the life time of Shri Saibaba. Lakhs of devotees, not only from Maharashtra but also from all corners of the country come to Shirdi by walk along with the palanquin procession and throng to Shirdi to mark this festival. As per the tradition, the devotees bring the water by Kawad (Holy Pot) from Ganga for the holy bath of Shri Saibaba. On the first day of this festival, the procession of Saibaba’s holy
book, Veena and Portrait is taken out from Samadhi temple to Dwarkamai temple. Later on, Akhand Parayan (continuous reading) of the holy book Shri Saisatcharitra is done in Dwarkamai. There is a tradition to replace old wheat bag by new one by performing the ritual pooja in Dwarkamai on this day. The sacred flags brought by Shri Rasane and Shri Nimonkar families are hoisted with procession and by performing pooja. The old flags are
replaced. Dwarkamai temple is kept open throughout the night for Akhand Parayan. The chariot procession is taken out through the town on this festival day. In addition to this, the main Samadhi temple is also kept open throughout the night. So, Shejarti on the main day of festival and Kakad Aarti on the concluding day are not sung.Rudrabhishek is performed on the third i.e. on concluding day of the festival in Gurusthan temple. Later on Kalya’s
Kirtan is delivered at 12 noon and Dahihandi is broken after which the festival is concluded.
SHRI GURUPOURNIMA FESTIVAL
Guru-Shishya (Teacher-Student) tradition has an ancient history. To pay the respect and gratitude towards our teachers, Ashadhi Pournima is celebrated as “Gurupournima”. It was celebrated in Shirdi during life time of Shri Saibaba. So, this day has a special importance. The devotees having faith in Shri Saibaba used to come to Shirdi on this day to pay their obeisance and take Samadhi’s darshan. Lakhs of devotees also come by walk along with the
palanquin procession to mark this day in Shirdi. The procession inciuding the holy book, Veena and Saibaba’s portrait is taken out from Samadhi temple to Dwarkamai temple on the first day of the festival. Soon after, the Akhand Parayan (Continuous reading) the holy book Shri Saisatcharitra is started in Dwarkamai. On the main day of the festival, the procession of Shri Saibaba’s Chariot is taken out through the town. Dwarkamai is kept open
throughout the night for Akhand Parayan on the first day. Palanquin procession is taken out in the night. Samadhi temple is kept open on the main day of the festival for darshan to the devotees. So Shejarati and Kakad Aartis are not sung on the main day of the festival. Rudrabhishek is performed on the third day in Gurusthan temple. Later on Kalya’s Kirtan is delivered at 12 noon and Dahihandi is broken after which the festival is concluded.
SHRI PUNYATITHI FESTIVAL
Vijayadashmi (Dussehara) is the day of Saibaba’s Punyatithi celebration. Punyatithi is the day to remember that great saints merged into divine self. Dussehara is also one of the days of three and a half auspicious moments. Simmolanghan is done on the same day. So, Shri Saibaba liked this day the most. (So, he selected this day for his merger in self) Aradhana Programme of Shri Saibaba is done on this day as per tradition. The procession of
Bhiksha Zoli is taken out through the town on this day. Lakhs of devotees from all corners of the country come to Shirdi to mark this festival. The procession of Saibaba’s Veena, holy book and portrait is taken out from Samadhi temple to Dwarkamai temple on the first day of the festival. On the main day of the festival, the Simmolanghan procession is taken out from Samadhi temple to the Khandoba temple at 5 pm. Dwarkamai is kept open throughout the night on the first day for Akhand Parayan. Palanquin procession is taken out in the night. Samadhi temple is kept open throughout the night on the main day for darshan. So, Shejarti and Kakad Aartis are not sung on the main day of the festival. Rudrabhishek is performed on the third day in Gurushtan temple. Later on Kalya’s Kirtan is delivered at 12 noon and Dahihandi is broken after which the festival is concluded.
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