Shirdi Shani Shingnapur Trimbakeshwar Package
SHIRDI SHANI SHINGNAPUR TRIMBAKESHWAR PACKAGE-The town of Shirdi is located approximately 296 km from Mumbai, in the Indian state of Maharashtra. It is at the base of the Sahyadri mountains in the northwestern part of the state. The town is home to the famous shrine of Sai Baba, which attracts devotees from all over India and abroad. Shani Shingnapur is a village located in the Nevasa taluka of Ahmednagar district in Maharashtra, India. Trimbakeshwar is a town in Nashik district, Maharashtra, India. It is located at the source of the Godavari River, one of India's major rivers. The town is home to the Trimbakeshwar Shiva Temple, one of twelve Jyotirlinga temples dedicated to Shiva
What to Expect from the Tour Package?
When you book our tour package to explore the mystical triad of Shirdi, Shani Shingnapur, and Trimbakeshwar, you can expect an unforgettable experience. Our expert guides will take you on a journey through these sacred sites, explaining the history and mythology behind each one. You'll also have plenty of opportunities to take photos and soak up the peaceful atmosphere.
The Shirdi Shani Shingnapur Trimbakeshwar Package is a religious tour package that offers visitors an opportunity to explore three of the most important spiritual destinations in Maharashtra, India. Starting from Shirdi, devotees can visit the famous Sai Baba Temple and seek blessings from the revered saint. The next stop is at the village of Shani Shingnapur. Here, visitors can offer prayers to Lord Shanidev and witness this unusual custom firsthand. Finally, the package takes you to Trimbakeshwar - one of only 12 Jyotirlingas in India. Where Lord Shiva resides as lord Tryambakeshwara. This ancient temple has great significance among Hindus and is said to have healing powers for those who take a dip in its holy waters. Overall, this tour package provides a comprehensive spiritual experience that allows travellers to connect with their faith while exploring some of Maharashtra's most historic sites.