Popularly known as the land of Sai, Shirdi is one of Maharashtra's most important pilgrimage towns.
The Shirdi Sai Temple in Ahmednagar district is the main attraction that gets 60,000 visitors regularly. The population count goes up to half a million on auspicious occasions such as Ram Navami, Dusshera, and Guru Purnima.
Shirdi is known to be the land of the 19th-century saint Sai Baba who brought people of all faiths together. The temple where his deity and shrine rests is one of the richest temples of India.
Sainagar Shirdi Railway Station helps passengers reach directly to the city. Travellers will soon be able to fly to Shirdi as the construction of the airport in Kopargaon is almost complete. Transportation is cheap here and you can travel around the city in buses or autos at a very low price.
The food here is mostly vegetarian. Zunka and Bhakar (Spicy gram flour preparation served with Roti) is a specialty, you'll find in every restaurant of Shirdi.
Marathi, Hindi and English are the languages spoken and understood here. Even though Shirdi is a small town in Maharashtra, it sees a lot of travellers across India and even from abroad.
The city has something for everyone - multi-cuisine restaurants, people speaking different dialects and a general sense of openness to embrace people from diverse background, thus making the life of any outsider easy.
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