Shirdi to Shani Shingnapur Distance Transport Options

Shirdi to Shani Shingnapur Distance Transport Options

Shani Shingnapur is a must visit destination from Shirdi. It is perhaps the most popular place of religious interest for all Shani Dev devotees. Most devotees of Sai Baba when visiting Shirdi make it a point to pay their obeisance to the Shani Temple at Shani Shingnapur.

Reaching Shani Shingnapur from Shirdi is easy as there are shared taxis available at regular intervals. The temple of Shani Dev at Shani Shingnapur is about 6 km from Ghodegaon on Aurangabad-Ahmednagar Highway. It is about 84 km away from Aurangabad and 35 km from Ahmednagar. You may not find regular buses to Shani Shingnapur but the route is well serviced by private taxis.

Shani Shingnapur is about 75 km from Shirdi and the interesting part about Shani Shingnapur is that people here do not lock their houses. It is believed that Shani Dev keeps their belongings safe and secure.

Shared taxis (Tata Sumo, Tata Ace…etc) to Shani Shingnapur are available from Shirdi at regular intervals. It is convenient if you are in a group, in that case you can book the complete vehicle. Generally, vehicles do not move until all the seats are full. It takes close to two hours to reach Shani Shingnapur from Shridi.

You need at least 5-6 hours to complete the Shani Shingnapur darshan and return to Shirdi. Early morning is the best time to start for Shani Shingnapur from Shirdi. There won’t be much traffic and you can reach Shani Shingnapur comfortably. The temple at Shani Shingnapur gets crowded later in the day.

On the way to Shani Shingnapur or while returning, you may see bulls being used to extract cane juice. It is worth stopping by and having a look. If you like, you can have a glass of fresh cane juice.

Ekta Shukla

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