Hotel Sai Sahavas Shirdi

Hotel Sai Sahavas Shirdi

Sai Sahavas is a popularbudget hotel in Shirdioffering deluxe rooms ...More
Sai Sahavas is a popularbudget hotel in Shirdioffering deluxe rooms andmulti-cuisine Shirdirestaurant equipped withall essential amenities.It is one of the luxuryhotels in Shirdi neartemple providing onlinehotel booking facility ataffordable rates. Less

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Shri Sai Baba's presence is felt in Shirdi everyday, by thousands of devotees who converge on Shirdi to get blessings of Shri Sai Baba. At Hotel Sai Sahavas, just a 5 minutes walk from the holy shrine of Shri Sai Baba, you are in the comforting vicinity of Shri Sai Baba. Come, check into one of the 34 well-appointed AC rooms, at Hotel Sai Sahavas and visit the replica of Shri Sai Baba's shrine, on the third floor and you shall at once be cradled into the soothing sphere of Shri Sai Baba's blessings. Keeping in mind the sentiments of devotees, only vegetarian food is allowed or served at Hotel Sai Sahavas. Sai Siddhi multi-cuisine veg restaurant (AC) offers delicacies from Maharashtra, North India, Gujarat, South India and Chinese cuisine to cater to devotees from all over India. Come to Sai Sahavas, Shirdi and be one with Shri Sai Baba.
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saisahavas.shirdi@gmail.com
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+91 2423 256363

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Sai Sahavas is a popular budget hotel in Shirdi offering deluxe rooms and multi-cuisine Shirdi restaurant equipped with all essential amenities. It is one of the luxury hotels in Shirdi near temple providing online hotel booking facility at affordable rates.

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06:39 PM - 05 Apr 14

Ram Navami Festival 2014

Ram Navami is one of the important Hindu festivals of India, which celebrates the birth of Lord Rama. He is believed to be the seventh of the ten incarnations of Lord Vishnu. It falls on the ninth day of the Hindu month, Chaitra. According to the Gregorian calendar, it falls either in the month of March or April. Many devotees of Lord Rama observe a strict fast on this occasion, and the episodes from the religious text, 'Ramayana' is narrated in temples or pious gatherings. Shirdi -Ram Navami Festival 2014In Shirdi, the 19th century abode of Shri Sai Baba, this festival is celebrated with great zest by its people. The history of Ram Navami Festival in Shirdi dates back to the late nineteenth century. One of the devotees of Sai Baba called 'Gopalrao Gund', suggested that devotees celebrate 'Urus' or fair in the honour of Muslim holy men. This idea was approved by Sai Baba along with his blessings, and people of Shirdi began celebrating Urus on the day of Ram Navami. Processions were taken through the village, accompanied by music played by a band on this day. In the early twentieth century, a devotee known as Krishnarao Jageshwar Bhishma, suggested Mr. Laxmanrao that Ram Navami be celebrated on the day of Urus. Laxmanrao, who was popularly known as Kaka Mahajani, sought the permission of Shri Sai Baba in this matter. Sai Baba gladly gave his permission to celebrate the festival, and the Urus gradually gave way to Ram Navami celebrations. The tradition of celebrating this festival continues even today in Shirdi. On this day, the town witnesses large crowds of devotees and tourists who come from distant places to seek the blessings of the revered saint, Shri Sai Baba.For people travelling by air, the nearest airports from where they can travel to Shirdi, are located in Mumbai, Nasik, Aurangabad and Pune. Nearest railway station is Sainagar Shirdi and the town is connected to all the major cities by road. Hotel Sai Sahavas is preferred by devotees for their accommodation needs. On this festive occasion, Hotel Sai Sahavas wishes everyone a very happy Ram Navami.
07:30 PM - 29 Mar 14

Gudi Padawa Festival

This Gudi Padwa, may you be blessed with good fortune as long as Ganeshji’s trunk, wealth and prosperity as big as his stomach, happiness as sweet as his ladoos and may your trouble be as small as his mouse.Happy Gudi Padwa from Hotel Sai Sahavas, ShirdiHappy Gudi Padawa 2014 
06:52 PM - 15 Mar 14

Holi Festival

P { margin-bottom: 0.08in; } Over the years, the small town of Shirdi has become immensely popular among tourists and devotees of Shri Sai Baba. It falls in the Ahmednagar District of Maharashtra state, and is well-known as the abode of Sai Baba, a revered saint. Every year, the annual celebrations in the temple of Shri Sai Baba attracts millions of people from different parts of the world. Many of the popular festivals of India is also celebrated with equal importance in this part of the world. The Holi festival in Shirdi is celebrated with great enthusiasm and plenty of colours. Much before the day of Holi, people begin to gather firewood for the great bonfire, which is made before the day of 'Rangapanchami'. On the day of 'Rangapanchami', they put colours on each other, while some indulge in throwing colored water or water-filled balloons on each other. On the occasion of Holi, Hotel Sai Sahavas extends its best compliments and greetings to all.
06:33 PM - 21 Dec 13

Christmas Celebration

Shirdi, a small town in Ahmednagar district of Maharashtra, has now become popular worldwide as the abode of India's most revered saint, Shri Sai Baba. One interesting fact about Shirdi is that it is home to one of the richest temple organizations in India. Many people, including devotees and tourists, have visited this holy town from distant places over the years. They travel long distances to Sai Baba Temple, in order to seek blessings of the revered saint, who lived in Shirdi between 1838 and 1918. Sai Baba has plenty of followers across the world belonging to different castes and religions. Every year, a large number of tourists and devotees visit Shirdi during Christmas; as many of them, especially children, have their holidays around this time of the year. It is not a major festival of Shirdi, but there are many Christians among the tourists visiting this town. A Christmas celebration in Shirdi is generally a low-key affair for them, and is restricted to the places where they have booked their stay. Christians coming to Shirdi in mid-December would get an opportunity to celebrate the birthday of Jesus Christ in many of the resorts or hotels in Shirdi. They can have plenty of exciting stuff for their entire family on the occasion of this festival. On the day of Christmas, most of these hotels have special dishes for their guests. Some of them even plan certain events to celebrate this festival along with their guests and staff members. There are many festivals celebrated in Shirdi by different communities, but the popular festivals are given much importance by local population. Any festival in Shirdi is celebrated with great joy, while the hotels of this town make sure that their guests feel completely at home during such festive occasions. This is also true in case of Christmas, which is observed by almost all countries of the world. During this festival, special delicacies are included in the menu of hotels, in addition to all the wonderful events held in them. These activities make the day truly memorable for all those who participate in such events.

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