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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.
" Shirdi is well-known among devotees and tourists as the land of Shri Sai Baba. For devotees of Sai Baba Shirdi is a very sacred place. He lived in this region during the mid-nineteenth and early twentieth century, after which, this place became one of the famous pilgrimage centres of India. "
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.
Hanuman Jayanti Utsav is the festival celebrated with great devotion throughout India to commemorate the birth of Hanuman the energetic god and ardent devotee of Lord Rama. It is celebrated every year on 15th day of Shukla Paksha during the month of Chaitra pournima, when devotees start visiting Hanuman temples since early morning. Hanuman Jayanti is celebrated as an important festival in Shirdi with great enthusiasm by thousands of devotees who reach this popular pilgrim place a few days ahead of the celebrations.Hanuman Jayanti 2013Like every year his year Hanuman Jayantiwill be celebrated on 25th of April in Shirdi. Hanuman is known for his great power, strength as well as his incomparable devotion towards Lord Rama; hence devotees perform pooja for both. Like every other major festival Shirdi is decorated in traditional way during this festival. Starting with an early morning Aarti the pooja is continued at the backdrop of Bhajans and Kirtans in the temple. Sai used to stay in the Hanuman mandir near Dwarkamai. This temple is cleaned and decorated few day’s prior this festival. The temple looks brilliant with the illuminations and the oil lamps lighted inside it. Many people show their devotion and respect towards the god by sitting in front of the temple and repeatedly writing Shri Ram and Jai Hanuman. Special group prayers are offered to Hanuman to get rid of evil spirits. Hanuman Chalisa is recited by many aspirant devotees in front of the temple. Apart from the celebrations in Sai Baba temple complex, Hanuman Jayanti is celebrated in all other Hanuman temples of Shirdi with great pomp and devotion.Festival time in Shirdi is the busiest time at this abode of Shri Sai Baba and people are flocking to Shirdi from many corners of India for getting blessings of the popular saint of Maharashtra on these auspicious days. This results in situations when means of transportation and accommodation in Shirdi are booked prior to the festival days. So it is advisable to book your accommodations in advance at one of the Shirdi hotels. You will be lucky enough if you are getting your accommodation in one of the hotels like hotel Sai Sahavas near Sai temple complex.
This year Ram Navami one of the three important festivals of Shirdi in Maharashtra, will be celebrated with a great enthusiasm and devotion from 18th to 20th of April 2013. Thousands of devotees flock to this pilgrimage of attending the celebrations every year. Shirdi Sai Sansthan has already made necessary arrangements for the celebrations; still devotees are advised to be particular in making prior arrangements of their stay at Shirdi during this festival. Sri Ram Navami Festival in ShirdiShri Ram Navami or anniversary of birth of Lord Rama the most important character of Ramayana is celebrated with great pomp and fervor throughout India. But the celebrations of Ram Navami at Shirdi are unique and identical. This festival in Shirdi was started in the year 1911 by Shri Sai Baba himself and the tradition of this unique celebration of Ram Navami is continued here by the followers and devotees of Shri Sai Baba till date. The celebrations of this festival at Shirdi are considered unique because Hindus and Muslims two communities with different faiths celebrate it together. It reflects one of the beliefs of the great Saint of Shirdi to respect all religions and help each other irrespective of religion cast or creed. You can personally witness this during the coming Rama Navami festival celebrations at Shirdi which will be lasting for three days.Shirdi has already prepared itself for the giant celebrations with beautiful illuminations of the temple and the surrounding area. People have already started pouring in Shirdi. The arrangements of accommodations are perfect, but if you are arriving without prior bookings then you may find difficulty of getting proper means of stay. We at Shirdi Hotel Sai Sahavas located in the vicinity of the temple try to accommodate visitors who are arriving late or those who come for a short stay.
India is a land preserving cultural and traditional values strengthened by the religious beliefs. This makes its inhabitants devotional believing in one or the other religion. Hindus the major sect of the Indian community keeps faith in many gods and goddesses. Shani supposed to be the son of Surya and Chhaya and the elder brother of Yama, is one of the strongest god in Hinduism. The word Shani also means seventh day and also corresponds to the planet Saturn. There are very limited temples of Shani who is also known by the name Shanaishchara. Some of the major temples of Shani are Shree Shanaishchara Koil in Tamilnadu, Shri Shani Mandir Wagholi Vasai, Shani Devaalayam in Deonar, Mumbai, Shani Shingnapur near Nashik, and Shri Shani Temple Titwala. Among these temples Shani Shinganapur is the most popular Shani temple.The temple of Shani in Shinganapur is located between Shirdi and Aurangabad. This self evolved idol called Swayambhu is an age old black stone idol which emerged from earth and was noticed by a shepherd from nearby village. When the shepherd touched the stone it started bleeding. On the same night Lord Shanaishwara appeared in the dreams of many shepherds and told them that the black stone is nothing but his own swayambhu form. The shepherds asked the lord about constructing a temple at the place. Shani dev declined about constructing a roof but told the shepherds to perform daily Pooja and Tailabhisheka on every Saturday. This is the reason behind not constructing a roof or a proper temple at Shinganapur. The idol of Shani is kept on an open platform. The lord also promised the shepherds that the hamlet will be protected by him from thieves and dacoits. Shani Temple at ShinganapurThis can be experienced even today at Shani Shinganapur village where the houses, shops and temples within the periphery of one km from the Shani temple are having no doors and ultimately no locks. On a few occasions when someone tried to steal things he died by vomiting blood. This has proved the truth in the belief and a fear of Shani Dev which keeps the thieves and the burglars away from the thoughts of attempting robbery in this village. There is a common belief that lord Shani is stricter and once he starts harassing a person the person suffers from many problems in life. To keep oneself away from the bad sight of Shani, people visit the nearby Shani temples or Hanuman temples on Saturday’s and offer an oil bath to the idol. Shani Shinganapur is visited by hordes of devotees praying for Lord Shani’s favor. It is advisable and more convenient for the devotees who are visiting Shirdi to extend their visit to the Shani temple at Shinganapur. Shirdi to Shani Shinganapur is just a matter of seventy four km and can be conveniently travelled by road. Best time to visit this Shani temple is on Saturday and the other favorite day is the Shani Trayodasi. If it is a combination of Saturday and Amavasya in a single day then it is the best time to visit Shani Shinganapur.After visiting Shirdi the most revered pilgrim of Maharashtra you can also visit the places near Shirdi like Shani Shinganapur and get the blessings of the most powerful god. At the same time you can keep yourself away from what is called as Shani Pida the bad period coming in many peoples life. We at Hotel Sai Sahavas in Shirdi will offer all guidance regarding the means of travel, your wonderful stay near Shirdi SaiBaba temple and further information on how to visit the places near Shirdi.
Muktidham is a benevolent marvel at Nashik in Maharashtra, purely carved out of marble which is the most favored tourist destination in the city. This is the place where a pilgrim or a visitor is supposed to get Mukti or freedom from all the attractions as well as atrocities of life. This unique Hindu temple in Nashik was built from the whole hearted donation offered by the industrialist Late Shri JayramBhai Bytco of the popular Bytco industries in Nashik. It is located near Nashik railway station and is just seven km from the city center.Nashik MuktiDham Mandir The great theme behind building this temple was to accommodate the great number of Hindu gods and goddesses in a single temple complex. These premises are operated and looked after privately by a trust. Special Makrana marble was used in the construction of this incredible abode of gods, which was shaped by the artistic hands of Rajasthani sculptors, much popular in creating marvelous structures from marble. The visitors can view and worship the replicas of twelve Jyotirlinga’s which are supposed to be the places of prime religious importance. There is a mythological legend which describes the significance of these places having the explicit Jyotirlinga’s. The best time to visit Muktidham temple in Nashik is during the event of “Kumbh Mela” the popular religious gathering of saints, seers and hordes of devotees who come from different places in India to attend this important religious event. Nashik Kumbhmela is a celebration held once in twelve years, when Nashik and the surrounding area get flooded with devotees and Sadhus. Nashik is adjacent to Shirdi and the Shirdi to Muktidham distance is around 240 km. Nashik and the places near this town are worth including in your itinerary, when you are visiting Shridi the domicile of shri Sai Baba. In order to explore places near Shirdi and Nashik you can rely on our Hotel Sai Sahavas in Shirdi, where you will be fulfilled with your desires of attaining spiritual and religious goals that too at affordable tariffs. This hotel near Shirdi temple will provide every comfort to the young and the old. Due to availability of in-house restaurant and other privileges provided at Shirdi Hotel Sai Sahavas, you can concentrate totally on your religious worship.
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and says "Shirdi is well-known among devotees and tourists as the land of Shri Sai Baba. For devotees of Sai Baba Shirdi is a very sacred place. He lived in this region during the mid-nineteenth and early twentieth century, after which, this place became one of the famous pilgrimage centres of India."