Shirdi Holiday Packages
Templemitra is providing best Shirdi Holiday Packages. Shirdi, commonly known as Sainagar, is a small town in Ahmedabad, Maharashtra's Rahata Taluk. It gained notoriety for being the residence of Sai Baba, a saint from the 19th century who preached that all religions were the same and that there was only one god and was well-known for being adored by people from all walks of life. People of all religious backgrounds still swarm to the saint's Samadhi in Shirdi today. When looking for Shirdi holiday packages, ensure sure the schedule includes both the temples in Shirdi and the locations nearby. At 05:30 in the morning, you can enter the Samadhi Temple for the morning aarti, after which the Sai Baba idol receives its customary bath. Darshan then starts at 7:00 am, but not during the noon aarti, which lasts for around 30 minutes, or at sunset, which is at 6:00 pm, or during the evening, which is at 10:00 pm, after which the temple shutters for the day. The Satyanarayanan puja takes place in the mornings and afternoons, while the Abhishek puja also takes place in the mornings.
You can purchase garlands, flowers, candies, and coconuts from the small shacks both inside and outside the temple complex if you need to make offerings. The usual wait time to queue up and get your turn for darshan at the Samadhi Temple is between two and three hours, although it can take you were from an hour to six hours. Near the temple, there are a number of additional Shirdi Sai Baba-related attractions. Templemitra’s Shirdi Holiday Packages provides you the affordable and peaceful trip. While being on trip, you should be aware that taking photographs or using mobile phones inside the main temple area is prohibited. You can leave them in the lockers outside. You can get VIP tickets for the darshan and aarti on the temple trust website if you don't mind paying a little bit more and don't mind skipping the line.
Except on Thursdays, darshan tickets can also be purchased right away at the VIP entrance. You can choose to have a fast darshan in order to skip the line and see the idol more quickly. At Samadhi Mandir, many hundred devotees assemble to sing bhajans before the ceremonial procession. This is one of Shirdi's most important customs, and many visitors make sure to include it in their plans when they visit this holy city, especially if they are there on a Thursday.