Sunday, May 31, 2015
Thursday, April 25, 2013
We have witnessed another miracle by SAI BABA.
A seven-month boy which was stolen from Shirdi on 18 April 2013 was found at same place from where he was stolen.
Boy was wearing new clothes when he was found. Police are still investigating and not sure who did this and where was he taken for 5 days.
Police said seven month-old Miraj was sleeping on 18 April next to his mother Sangita Jagdish Rathod (35) from Madhya Pradesh. When the mother awoke, she saw the boy missing and registered a complaint.
Thursday, November 10, 2011
We have removed his name and phone number for security purpose.
I have been looted on 31st Oct by Taxi Mafia of Mumbai Airport.
I came back from Delhi on 31st Oct and landed around 5:15PM. My regular taxi service was not available so I was searching for shared taxi, one agent came to me and asked me for taxi. I wanted shared Taxi but nobody was coming to Nasik in shared taxi so I selected to take private taxi from airport to Nasik. That agent guided me to his Indica with full black glasses, it was parked in parking and one another person plus driver were standing near that car. It was decided that I will pay 2200 INR.
Agent went away and that person asked me to sit inside his car, I told him to give me a receipt first and where to pay the cash... he forced me to sit inside till he makes my receipt.
It was very dark inside and windows were not working. That person was sitting in front seat next to driver. I gave him two notes of 1000 each, he took them and immediately turned back and said sir aapne kam diye, he showed me my 1000 RS note and a fifty rupee note. He duped my 1000 rupee note with his 50 rupee. On arguing that I am not blind and I have given him 2000 rupee. He said that if I don't trust him then take your 1000 rupee back and leave the taxi. He was forcing me to take out all my money from wallet and count... I knew that he was trying to see how much cash I have.
As they were 3-4 person standing outside taxi and I was having my baggage, laptop and cell with me, I decided not to argue more and paid again 1000 bucks.
Now while searching on google about mumbai taxi loots, I came to know that this is very big racket and operating since many year still no one managed to stop it.
They have looted many people till date.
I need your help to stop this loot.
I registered online police complaint at http://www.mumbaipolice.org/complaint.htm and got a call regarding my complaint. I forgot to note the taxi number hence Mumbai Police cannot help me further but I am thankful to Mumbai Police that they assured me if I visit airport again, they will help me to find that thug. Thanks Mumbai Police for starting your website :)
OM SAI RAM
Sunday, November 6, 2011
to the pilgrim site.
While Airnetz operates a six-seater chopper once a week, the new service will be available thrice. Wings n Rotors officials said that they will use a Bell-212, a 11-seater chopper, for the shuttle service.
It will take off from Juhu in the morning and return by 2pm. “The idea is to complete the trip in half a day. People can be back home for lunch,” said Nikesh Goswami, director, Wings n Rotors.
The company says the timings are ideal for corporate honchos who believe a visit to the temple could bring them luck before a crucial business deal. The return trip, which includes an express VIP darshan, costs Rs25,000 per person, excluding taxes. The Airnetz service is priced at Rs35,000 for a similar trip.
Wings n Rotor’s research has shown a potential demand for such a service among industrialists, film stars and senior citizens. “There are a significant number of senior citizens in the city who can afford such as trip. We are expecting about 25 bookings a week,” added Goswami.
In 2007, Jagson Airlines, a private charter company, had started a daily shuttle from Juhu to Shirdi, but shut a month later because it did not get necessary clearances from the directorate general of civil aviation.
Monday, July 25, 2011
inaugurated a Rs.22-crore "SAI TECH PROJECT" which will provide
all Sai Devotees an option to go Online and Book:
1) Time Slots for Sai Baba's Darshan*
3) Make Donations
4) Donate to Provide Free Meals @ the Sai Prasadalaya.
1) Go to https://online.sai.org.in
2) Register Yourself with the following details:
a) Valid Email Id
b) Personal details, such as Name, Contact Address and Contact Number
c) One's photo (Max 50 KB). Valid file format - Jpeg, Bmp, Png, Gif, Tiff or Jpg
d) One of the following Identification:
- National Identity Card or Unique Identification Card (UID)
- Voter ID / Pan Card / Passport / Ration Card / Driver's License or Other Identification.
3) After completing the Registration, one can simply Login, select the desired Service/s and make bookings accordingly.
Note: *Internet Reservation Charges for Darshan service and Booking Room is Rs.10.00/ - each.
After Online Reservation of Service/s except Donation a Service Charge of Rs.50 (Non Refundable) will be charged.
Amounts for all Online Services are accepted in Indian Rupees only.
Terms & Conditions for Online Darshan Service:
To avail Baba's Darshan @ Shirdi AFTER Booking Darshan Time Online, a Devotee must:
a. Produce Online Booking Acknowledgement & Photo Identity Proof
(submitted at the time of registration) at the local counter in Shirdi.
b. Collect Darshan Pass from local counter.
c. Report to Verification Gate in the Specified Time Slot Booked.
Cancellation & Refund Policy for Online Darshan Service:
Darshan service is available Free of Cost.
Devotee need to only pay non-refundable internet reservation charges.
Darshan Service can be cancelled anytime before reservation Date & Time.
Note: Shri Saibaba Sansthan Trust reserves the right to cancel Darshan service for devotee,
in case of failure of producing necessary documents and
also to change / cancel Darshan Time-slots in case of unavoidable circumstances.
Terms & Conditions for Online Room Reservation:
Devotee needs to follow steps as mentioned below when availing service @ Shirdi.
a. Report to the specified Accommodation center at the specified Check-in Time.
b. Produce Acknowledgement & Photo Identity Proof for verification to clerk.
Room will not be allocated to Devotee in case he fails to produce the necessary documents.
c. Pay Deposit (refundable), to local clerk and collect Receipt.
d. Collect Refundable Deposit at the time of Check-out.
(Breakage / damage charges, if any, will be deducted from deposit)
Extension of stay may be permitted depending upon room availability for the day.
The Devotee has the flexibility to Checkin at any time.
The Check-in Time needs to specified when Booking Accommodation Online.
But the Check-out Time for a Devotee is fixed at 11:00 AM.
Devotee can call Help desk (02423-258500) and request for postponement of Check-in Time only once.
Devotee needs to use Acknowledgement ID as reference in such case.
Devotee will be given a grace period of 1 hour 30 minutes after check in time.
Reservation for the Room will be released after grace period is over.
In case Devotee is late to report for Check-in without informing help desk,
the Room will be allocated to next available devotee in queue.
Sanitation Charges and extra charges per person changes according to type of the Room.
Cancellation & Refund Policy for Online Room Reservation:
Room Cancellation is allowed up to 3 days before Reservation Date.
On Cancellation of Room, 50% Sanitation Charges will be deducted and remaining amount will be refunded to devotee.
In case of Room Cancellation, refund amount will be sent by Cheque to the Registered Address of the devotee.
Note: It is mandatory for Devotees to follow rules and regulations of Shri Saibaba Sansthan Trust, Shirdi.
We reserve right to cancel/modify Devotee bookings in case any non disciplinary behavior is observed.
Shri Saibaba Sansthan Trust reserves rights to change any of the terms and conditions mentioned above without prior notice.
Wednesday, June 15, 2011
Zaheer Khan is from Shrirampur which is few kilometers away from shirdi.
A devotee on Sunday (June 12) has offered a gold shawl worth Rs. 25 lakh to Sai Baba of Shirdi.
The shawl has got works of golden embroidery and Diamonds on it.
Jayant Sasane, chairman, Shirdi Sai Sansthan Trust said, “People have started the ritual of offerings in gold and silver. Today a devotee of Sai Baba offered a golden shawl to be laid on Sai’s mausoleum. The shawl has got works of golden embroidery and American diamonds on it. The approximate price of this shawl is 25. 20 lakh.”
Shirdi Sai Baba’s trust is one of the richest trusts in the world with an approximate worth of Rs 40,000 crore.
Devotess from all over the world make offerings worth crores to Sai Baba trust .
Monday, April 18, 2011
Monday, November 1, 2010
Jackie Shroff to play Shirdi Sai Baba.
Malik Ek is a Hindi spiritual film on Sai Baba of Shirdi featuring Jackie Shroff, Manoj Kumar and Divya Dutta. Shroff will be playing in the title role. The film is directed by Deepak Balraj Vij and the music is scored by Anup Jalota, who also plays the role of Das Ganu. Film shall be released worldwide on 29th October, 2010.
Friday, October 1, 2010
Sunday, September 12, 2010
Days of Service: -----------|------------- Days of Service:
Mon, Wed, Sat ------------|------------- Tue, Thu, Sun.
w.e.f. 28.08.2010 ---------|------------- w.e.f. 29.08.2010
21.45 hrs D -------- Dadar ------------ A -- 16.05 hrs
03.55 hrs A -------- Shirdi ----------- D -- 10.00 hrs
Thane, Kalyan, Igatpuri, Nashik Road, Manmad, Kopargaon.
For More details
Tuesday, June 5, 2007
Khandoba Mandir: This place is near Shirsainath Hospital. Baba stepped here in Shirdi at the foot of banyan tree near Khandoba Temple along with Chand Patil's wife's nephew's marriage party. The then Pujari Mhalsapati welcome Him by calling "Ya Sai".
Gurusthan Mandir: This is the place where Baba first appeared to the world as a boy of 16 years & this place is supposed to be Baba's Gurusthan. the famous Margosa (Neem) tree is here. it has a reference in Shri Sai Sat-charita. Devotees claim that their ailments are cured by burning incense here on Thursday & Friday.
Sai Baba's Samadhi Mandir: This is the place where Sacred Body of Baba is resting in Samadhi. The articles handled by Baba are preserved & displayed here in a special showroom. All rituals consisting of Pooja. Abhishek & daily four Aratis are performed here. The Samadhi Mandir of Shri Sai Baba was actually owned by a millionaire from Nagpur and a famous Sai devotee Shreemant Gopalrao, also known as 'Butti Wada'. He wanted to keep an idol of Murlidhar there. However, according to the legends, Sai Baba manifested himself as Murlidhar and the temple became the Samadhi Mandir of Baba. The Samadhi of Baba is built with white marble stones. The railings around it are full of ornamental decorations. The idol of Baba is a marvelous statue made up of Italian marble built by Late Balaji Vasant in 1954. The temple has an assembly hall for about 600 devotees. The first floor of the temple has the pictures depicting the life of the saint. The temple opens on 5 AM with morning prayers and close down at 10 PM with night prayers.
Dwarkamai (Masjid): Baba stayed at this place continuously for 60 years. Innumerable devotees got blessing of Baba here. The Shila (Stone) on which Baba used to sit is located nearby. Also Sacred Fire (Dhuni) lit by Baba is ever burning here. Baba used to give Sacred Udi (Ash) to the devotees to solve their problems in life. Udi distributed to the devotees now is only from this Dhuni. Baba used to cook food here for distribution to devotees. Main attraction of the site is the oil paintings of the sage.
Chawdi Mandir: On every alternate day Baba used to proceed in procession from Dwarkamai to this place at night & halt & sleep here. Now also on every Thursday Palanquin procession of Baba's Photo. Holy Padukas & Satka is taken to this place between 9.15 p.m. & 10.00 p.m. The Chavadi is divided into two parts. One part of the Chavadi has a large portrait of Baba along with a wooden bed and a white chair belonging to him.
Lendi Baug: At some distance from Gurusthan, there is the Lendi Baug. This garden was made and watered daily by Baba himself. It got its name from a nullah (a drain), which used to flow there. Baba used to come here every morning and afternoon and take rest under a neem tree. Baba dug a pit, 2 feet deep, under the neem tree and kept a deep (a lighting object) lit in that pit. An octagonal deepgriha (lighthouse) called Nanda Deep has been built in marble stone in memory of this place. It constantly burns in a glass box. On one side of the deepgriha is a pipal tree and on the other side is a neem tree.
Other Places: The Samadhis of Shri Tatya Patil Kote, Shri Bhau Maharaj Kumbhar, Shri V.Padmanabha Iyer, Shri Nanawali & Shri Abdul Baba who were ardent Bhaktas closely associated with Shri Sai Baba during His life time are located in Sansthan premises near lendhi Baug.
Lendi Baug: This is the place where Shri Sai Baba used to go for stroll. Nandapeep is kept constantly burning near the Pimple tree planted by shri sai Baba Himself. There is also Datta Mandir in this garden & Shri Sai Baba's deloyed Horse 'Shamkarna'(Shamsunder) is taking Eternal Rest here. There is also a well here called as 'Baba's Shivdi'.
In addition 3 other Temples are in Temples premises complex : 1) Shri Ganesh Temple, 2) Shri Shani Temple & 3) Shri Mahadev Temple
Nearest airports are Mumbai (260 km), Pune (185 km), and Aurangabad (125 km). Flights for all the major cities in India and abroad can be taken from Mumbai. The nearest railway station is Manmad (60 km) on the Central Railway, which is connected to many parts of the country with express trains. Most of the trains touching Nasik Road railway station also touch Manmad. Shirdi has railway reservation office for trains from Manmad. Taxis and buses are easily available at Manmad railway station for transfer to Shirdi. Regular taxi service also operates between Manmad railway station and bus stand. State Transport Corporation and private operators run coaches to Shirdi from Mumbai. The easiest way to get to Shirdi is by bus. If you fly into the Mumbai airport, hire a taxi (the ones that are in lines at the very front of the airport) to take you to the Dadar Bus Stand. The cost is about Rs.-150 to Rs.-175 (make sure they turn the meter on). There are also people who will try to redirect you to their own "private" taxis. These "private" taxis charge between Rs. 400 to Rs. 600 to take you to the Dadar Bus Stand. At the Dadar Bus Stand, there are long lines of small ticket counters that sell bus tickets to Shirdi. Preferably, try to get an A/C direct bus (Rs.-300). If you are not able to get an A/C direct bus, get a non-A/C direct bus (Rs.-150). Buses leave almost every 3 hours from Mumbai to Shirdi. So your wait will not be long. The buses make about 2 stops for food. The restaurants are non-vegetarian. So make sure you pack some snacks and bottled water for the trip. Keep an eye on your luggage! Try to get a bus that departs before 11am so you will not arrive too late at Shirdi.
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Direct train to Shirdi
has started a train from Mumbai (CST) to Shirdi (Sainagar) via Pune. The daily train takes six hours from Pune to reach Shirdi.
The train (No 1333) leaves Mumbai (CST) at 10.55 pm. It reaches Kalyan at 11.50 pm and Pune at 4.10 am. It travels via Daund, Ahemadnagar, Belapur, Puntamba and reaches Shirdi at 10.30 am.
The Shirdi-Mumbai (No 1334) train departs from Shirdi at 4.40 pm and reaches Pune at 11.05 pm. It reaches Kalyan at 3 am and CST at 4.25 am.
from Pune is Rs 89 for second class and Rs 373 for III AC.