Shani Shingnapur Temple Abhishek Timings


Shani Shingnapur Temple Abhishek Timings

Shani Shingnapur Temple or Shri Shaneshwar Devasthan Temple one of the famous Shani temple in India. Shani Shignapur is a village which is located in Ahmednagar District of Maharashtra. It is about 35 km away from Ahmednagar. This temple is dedicated to Lord Shani, the Hindu god associated with the planet Saturn. Devotees should get knowledge about Shani Shingnapur Temple Darshan, Timings with Abhishek Timings, Prasad Timings, and Schedule. The specialty and Importance of Shani Shingnapur Temple are that not even a single house in the village has doors. They have only door frames. Despite this, there is no report of any stealing in the village. Villagersbelievese that the god Shani punishes anyone trying theft,. Also the United Commercial Bank (UCO) opened a ‘lockless’ branch in the village, which is the first of this kind in the country.

Thousands of devotees visit Shani Temple daily for holy darshan of Lord Shani. The Temple is always crowded with pilgrimis on Saturdays, Shani Thrayodashi and Saturday which falls on ‘Amavasya’. Devotees should check Shani Shingnapur Temple Abhishek Timings for a better experience in the Temple.

Shani Shingnapur Temple Abhishek Timings

Timings for Abhishek in Shani Temple on all days of the week is at 12:00 AM.

It should be noted that
i) Dress Code for Male devotee should be Safron coloured Dhoti
ii) Dress Code for Women Devotee is Saree with blouse or Chudidhar with Dupatta
iii) No availability of advance booking.

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