Shirdi Baba Chavadi History and Timings


Shirdi Baba Chavadi History and Timings

Shirdi is one of the most popular pilgrimage centers in the country. It is Ahmednagar district of Maharashtra. It is also one of the most visited tourist destinations in India. Shirdi is the home of the great saint – Sai Baba. Every day Shirdi is bustling with thousands of devotees of Sai Baba thronging this place to seek his blessings. There are a number of important places located in this place Shirdi which are related to the life of Sai Baba in Shirdi and Chavadi is one such place which is a must to visit for every devotee of the Sai Baba.

Chavadi is located quite close to Dwarkamai mosque. It is the place where Baba used to sleep every alternate night when he was staying in Shirdi. He was taken in the funeral procession from Dwarkamai to Chavadi by his followers. Chavadi is divided into two parts. One part has large portrait of Sai Baba along with a wooden bed and a white chair belonging to him. Chavadi is also the place where Sai Baba’s body was bathed for the last time before his funeral. Even today, on every Thursday, a march/parade/procession is carried out from Dwarkamai to Chavadi along with Baba’s belongings such as his footwear, Satka and old photographs kept in a well-decorated palki. A huge crowd of Sai Baba’s devotees attends this colorful procession every Thursday.

The timings for the Chavadi is same for all days of the week.

Monday – Friday:5:30 AM -9:00 PM
Saturday:5:30 AM -9:00 PM
Sunday:5:30 AM -9:00 PM
Public Holidays:5:30 AM -9:00 PM

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