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Shirdi to Dharwad
Updated on : Oct 21, 2016 06:29 PM
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About Shirdi

Shirdi is a small village located in Ahmednagar district of Maharashtra, 100 kms from Nashik. This was the home of great saint of 20th century named Sai Baba, who believed to be lived here for more than half century. After leaving for heavenly abode in 1918, the city is blessed with Samadhi built here which is visited by lakhs of tourists every year. Shirdi temple is considered to be the richest temple in the world. Shirdi is the holiest place and different points in the city are associated with Sai Baba. There are different locations which has displayed the early life of saint. Some of these are: Dixit Wada Museum, House of Laxmibai Shinde and Gurusthan. Besides above mentioned location, there are also other tourist locations in Shirdi: Baba’s Chavadi, Shri Saibaba Sansthan Temple, Wet N Joy Water Park, Khandoba Mandir, Dwarkamai Masjid, Maruti Mandir, Khandoba Mandir and Lendi Baug.

About Dharwad

Dharwad is the small city in the state of Karnataka. Situated on the edge of Western Ghats, the city gives a good view of mountains and plains surrounding the city. It is also the second largest city of Karnataka on the National Highway- NH4, and falls on the main highway between Pune and Bangalore city. The city is enriched with rich background of culture and tradition that is still carried by people today. It has proudly contributed towards Indian culture, especially to classical music and dance. Dharwad is rich with fertile red soil and is the biggest producer of cereals, spices, vegetation and other crops. Dharwad Pedha- milk made sweet is highly famous in entire state of Karnataka. The major tourist attractions in Dharwad are: ISCKON Sri Krishna Balarama, Shankara Matha, Unakal Lake, Bhavanishankara Temple, Indira Glass House, Murugha Matha and Shankara Math.