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  • Every day, devotees from all over the world are thronging here at the Sai Baba Temple and this is a holy experience.
  • Shani Shingnapur is the name of a village in Nevasa taluka in Maharashtra Ahmednagar district; the village is known for its famous temple of Lord Shani-Shri Shaneshwar Devasthan Shanishingnapur-the Hindu god associated with planet Saturn.
  • Ellora is a UNESCO World Heritage Site situated in Maharashtra, India's Aurangabad district. It is one of the world's largest rock-cut monastery-temple cave complexes with Hindu , Buddhist, and Jain temples and artwork dating back to the 600–1000 CE period.
  • Grishneshwar Jyotirlinga Temple, also referred to as the Ghrneshwar Temple or Dhushmeshwar Temple, is one of the Lord Shiva dedicated shrines referred to in Shiva Purana. The word Ghrneshwara means "lord of compassion".
  • Renuka / Renu or Yellamma or Ekvira or Ellai amman or Ellai amma .Yellamma is the patron goddess of the Maharashtra and the southern Indian states of Telangana, Andhra Pradesh , Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. Her devotees worship her as "Mother of the Universe" or "Jagadamba."
  • The Ranjangaon Ganpati temple is located in Shirur taluka about 50kms from Pune and is the eighth temple visited by devotees who set out on the divine Ashtavinayak Yatra. Mahaganapati is the most powerful representation of Lord Ganesha. Mahaganapati is depicted as having eight, ten or twelve arms.
  • Mumbai (formerly called Bombay) is a densely populated city on the west coast of India. A financial hub, it is India's largest city. On the waterfront of Mumbai Harbor stands the famous Indian stone arch gateway, constructed by the British Raj in 1924. Offshore, nearby Elephanta Island has ancient cave temples dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva.

Itineraries

Day 1

Chennai to Shirdi

Departing from Chennai airport.
On arrival Shirdi airport.
Pick up from airport.
Pick up and then transfer to Hotel.
Hotel Check in.
Sai Baba Temple Darshan (special Dharisanam).
Come back to Hotel.
Overnight Stay at Hotel.

Day 2

Shani Shingnapur and Jyotirlinga Temple

After breakfast & Hotel Check-out.
Grishneshwar Jothirlingam Temple Dharisanam.
To Visit Shani Shingnapur Temple and Renuka Mata Mandir Dharisanam.
After Lunch, to visit Maha Ganapathi temple Dharisanam.
Next Proceeding towards Mumbai.
Overnight Stay at Hotel – Mumbai.

Day 3

Mumbai sightseeing

After fresh up & breakfast, Pick up from the hotel.
Enjoy, Full day Mumbai City Tour.
Proceeding to visit Elephanta Caves are a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a collection of cave temples. To visit The Gateway of India and Museum.
Come back to Hotel.
Overnight Stay at Hotel – Mumbai.

Day 4

Mumbai Sightseeing

After fresh up & breakfast.
Hotel Check-out.
Pick up from the hotel.
Proceeding to visit Nehru Planetarium, shopping.
Finally, drop at Mumbai Airport.

Top Places Need To Visit From Chennai To Shirdi:

Chennai, Tamil Nadu ‘s capital, is the gateway to many places of interest. This town is a fantastic mix of cultural extravaganza. The presence of beautiful beaches, restaurants, religious places like temples and churches, historical attractions. It is a significant historic town with amazing sightseeing spots. Chennai’s history goes back quite a long way. A name shortened from Madraspattinam, previously known as Madras, has been recorded in many ancient texts and scripts. Known history indicates that Mudhiras, a city lying between Nellore’s Penna River and Cuddalore’s Ponnaiyar River was under the rule of Chola Empire. Chennai ‘s capital was then in Kanchipuram.

Chennai is known for its gorgeous beaches, shopping malls, fun parks, zoos, resorts, wildlife reserves, bird sanctuaries, and the most beautiful temples you’ll ever find. You should always keep a map of Chennai town so you can find out which tourist sites are closer to where you are staying.

 

San Thome lies in white splendour, standing on St Thomas’ tomb. Due to its religious significance as well as the immense architectural splendour, this pretty church is one of the best places of the Chennai. Within the cathedral, stained glass panes, windows and museum are a beautiful sight to behold.

Chennai Bazaar trail is one of the many fascinating tours to undertake. This tour will take you across the legendary markets of the city that are more than 200 years old. These crowded chaotic lanes are known for attractive buildings, interesting history and photogenic spots. Located in the heart of Georgetown, this trail is definitely a must do.

  • BEST THINGS TO EAT IN CHENNAI

Chennai cuisine is clear and spicy. The staple breakfast products are idli, dosa, wada, and uttapam. Rice is a staple diet that is consumed with sambar or curd. Thayir Sadam and Puliyogare are famous pieces of food found at Chennai. Filter coffee is a beverage of great renown in Chennai. Chennai provides various food choices.

  • BEST PLACE TO STAY IN CHENNAI

Chennai is one of the country’s major cities and offers several accommodation options to fit any budget. Most mid-range and budget hotels in Mylapore, T Nagar, and Egmore are located here.Most of the 5-star hotels are located at Anna Salai.

Mumbai, the city where dreams come true and come true! The beauty of Mumbai is beyond words: from jam-packed railway platforms to the iconic Dabbawalas, multi-millionaires to suburban slums, the sparkling Bollywood to the quintessential vada pav, bhel puri and sev puri. If you plan a trip to Mumbai make sure you visit the right places to imbibe this city’s diverse effervescence.

The Gateway of India, the best place to visit in Mumbai, was designed by George Willet in 1924 to honour King George V and Queen Mary ‘s visit to Mumbai. In the early morning or late evening hours, visit this place to enjoy the cool sea breeze with your mates, without the crowd. Next to the historic Taj Mahal Palace, facing the vast Arab Sea.

  • The Cave of Elephants:

Take a tour of this UNESCO Mumbai World Heritage Site and get amazed by the large rock-cut caves that date back to many centuries. It has five caves devoted to the Hindu god Shiva and two caves representing the architecture of Buddhism. To reach this spot, you need to take a one-hour ferry ride from India’s Gateway, where you can also enjoy Mumba’s scenic beauty.

The Siddhivinayak Temple, one of the most frequented temples in Mumbai, is dedicated to Lord Ganesh. Devotees from across India including renowned Bollywood stars and sports throng the temple to seek Siddhivinayak Ganapati ‘s blessings. Lord Ganesha’s auspicious idol is carved in a single black stone with the trunk bent to the right making it one-of-its-kind.

Chatrapati Shivaji Terminus is another UNESCO World Heritage Site located right in Mumbai city centre. Constructed in 1888 during the British colonial era, this building exemplifies the Victorian-Gothic architectural style. Do not forget to take a snapshot of your family and children while here. And guess what, the splendid CST is India’s most photographed building.

Kidzania is an indoor amusement park designed specifically for children with a unique role-playing theme in a true city-like setting. Here children are expected to do a ‘work’ as part of their role-playing. After the job is completed successfully, they get paid as a reward in the form of kidzo money. You will see them joyfully making their own money for the first position in their life.

 

Ellora Caves, Ellora also spelled Elura, a chain of 34 magnificent rock-cut temples in the state of Maharashtra, northwest-central, western India. They are situated near the village of Ellora, northwest of Aurangabad 19 miles (30 km), and southwest of the Ajanta Caves 50 miles (80 km). Ranged over a distance of 2 km (1.2 miles), the temples were cut off from basalt cliffs with elaborate façades and intersections.

The most prominent of the temples in the cave is Kailasa (Kailasanatha; cave 16), named for the mountain in the Himalayan Kailas Range where the Hindu god Shiva resides. Unlike other site temples, which were first horizontally delved into the rock face, the Kailasa complex was excavated down from a basaltic slope and is thus largely exposed to sunlight.

  • Temple Grishneshwar, Aurangabad:

Today the Temple of Grishneshwar is a major tourist destination visiting Aurangabad and a pilgrimage site for devotees of Shiva. Although anyone may enter the temple ‘s inner chambers to obtain the deity’s blessings, tradition requires men to enter bare-chested sanctum sanctorum. The temple celebrates Mahashivratri’s festival each year in honour of Lord shiva.

Sonai Mata Mandir Renuka is a temple near Shani Shingnapur. If you intend to visit Sai Baba Darshan in Shirdi then you must visit Shani Shingnapur and Sonai Mata Mandir. On the same root I can tell it’s close by. Very nice and friendly spot. The entire temple is ornamented with glass art. Really pretty and colourful . The Hundi hold the temple in the middle.

Located in Maharashtra district of Ahmednagar, the Shani Shingnapur hamlet is renowned for its temple dedicated to the Hindu god Saturn. A quaint custom not to lock the doors of their homes, followed by the locals; has made it a popular tourist destination too. The villagers believe that the temple is a ‘jagrit devasthan’ meaning that the temple is alive and that god protects the temple and the surrounding .

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Chennai to Shirdi

Accommodation: We can provide stay for ( 2*, 3*, 5*, 7* )

1.Solo Traveler

2.Double sharing Rooms

3.Suite Rooms

4.Deluxe Rooms

5.Royal Suite Rooms

6.Homestay ( as per requirement )

Guide: From Trip start to till end the Tour Guide will be taken care Local Speaking Guide – ( English, Tamil, Hindi, Telugu & Malayalam ) *

Food: Breakfast Lunch Dinner (As per requirement, & customized plan *)

Transports: Chennai to Chennai transports *All local vehicle transport

Personal Expensive.

Camera, Gadgets entry fee ( If any ).

Tips.

And which all are not included in the customized tour itinerary.  

Mumbai to Shirdi via Ghoti-Shirdi Road and NH 160

Through road the distance from Mumbai to Shirdi is 241KM. The aerial distance between Shirdi and Mumbai is 184KM.

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