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The spiritual experiences one can get by taking this Sai Krupa Darshan

Many people engage in spiritual practices to establish a deeper connection with the divine or a higher power. Through regular devotion, prayer, or meditation, individuals may experience a sense of divine presence, peace, and connection to something greater than themselves. And this Tour Sai Krupa Darshan, which includes Shirdi, Shani Singapur, Pandaripur, and Mantralayam connects the human souls with the divinity of gurus like Sai Baba, Sri Raghavendra.


Shirdi

In tattered robes, clutching a lone bag,

A plate in his palm, seeking souls' remorse,

A stick to banish the wicked and the ill,

He chants "Rama" upon his devoted lips.

Beneath the neem tree, conversing with the divine,

BABA, the guiding light for one and all,

He summons you to Shirdi, to embrace

His blissful arms and receive his divine grace.


Shirdi, renowned as the most sought-after pilgrimage destination, attracts devotees from every corner of the world, transcending the boundaries of religion, caste, and community. The divine aura of Baba permeates the air, enveloping visitors in a state of blissful surrender. In the sacred precincts of Shirdi, the mind swings and sways, caught in the enchanting rhythm of Baba's timeless teachings.

Harathi (also known as Aarti) in Shirdi Sai Mandir is a significant and divine ritual for devotees. Aarti is a form of devotional singing and prayer performed in many Hindu temples. It involves waving lamps or camphor before the deity while singing devotional songs.

The Harathi in Shirdi Sai Mandir holds great importance as it is believed to connect the inner soul of the devotee with the supreme God. It is a way to express devotion, and gratitude, and seek blessings from Sai Baba.

The Harathi is performed four times a day in the Shirdi Sai Mandir. The schedule of the Aarti is as follows:


Kakad Aarti (Morning Aarti): It takes place at 4:30 am, early in the morning, to awaken and invoke the blessings of Sai Baba for the devotees starting their day.

Madhyan Aarti (Afternoon Aarti): This Aarti is conducted at noon, during the afternoon, to seek Sai Baba's blessings and offer gratitude in the middle of the day.


Dhup Aarti (Evening Aarti): The Dhup Aarti is performed at 6:30 pm as the sun sets. It is a way to express devotion and seek Sai Baba's divine presence during the transition from day to night. Shej Aarti (Night Aarti): The Shej Aarti is the final Aarti of the day, conducted at 10:30 pm before Sai Baba's idol is put to sleep for the night. It signifies bidding farewell to Sai Baba for the day, seeking his blessings for a peaceful sleep, and ending the day with a grateful heart. Participating in the Harathi at the Shirdi Sai Mandir is considered a deeply spiritual and uplifting experience for devotees. It allows them to connect with Sai Baba and experience a sense of peace and divine presence.


Get ready to embark on a Sai Krupa Darshan that will create indelible memories and provide everlasting spiritual experiences in the profound town of Shirdi. Prepare yourself to be drawn to Shirdi, where you will find the will and desire to visit.

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