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Shirdi

Great Shirdi Baba temple is not only the main attraction of Shirdi, to attract more tourists, the government has initiated several measures like better infrastructure, high connectivity, cleanliness, and safe home stay. Thus, these various places gain momentum during festival seasons such as Duessera, Guru Poornima, and Baba’s anniversary.

Tiger Valley in Khandala is a beautiful destination for tree lovers, at the same time for romantic couples to get some mind-blogging photographs Khandoba Mandir, carries a rich history and holiness to its followers. Khandoba, Banai and Mahalsai icons has very close relevance to Shirdi Sai baba. Wet N Joy Water Park, is a one-stop destination for all age-groups to get amused instantaneously, exciting water rides, Heart-beat in freefall, or get lost in tornados.

Shirdi

Abdul Baba Cottage, a small living-room serves great significance to Shirdi is the Abdul Baba Cottage. This Cottage was once a home of Abdul Baba, who was a patron of Sai Baba. Lendi Baug, has an iconic park was once embraced by Sai Baba. This colorful garden contains a shrine; a burning lamp placed between two trees which were lit by Baba, and some attractive tombs.

Dixit Wada Museum is a celebrated museum at Shirdi. The Museum is famous for preserving some of the old inventions like gramophone records, smoking pipe, cooking vessels, and also Sai Baba’s clothing like his Kafni and Padukas. Chavadi in Shirdi was used as a meeting place, court or office, and also collected taxes, maintained village records during Baba’s age. Now it made shrine to Baba and open to public.

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