Saturday, April 16, 2011

Shirdi, Shani Shingnapur and Triambakeshwar

4th of April, Monday was off in my office and I had a long weekend. With some other places in my mind, finally I decided to take a trip to Shirdi.

Saroj suggested to include Triambakeshwar also in the itinery as it is about 120 Kms from Shirdi and is a Jyotirlinga.

The holy town of Shirdi is located in Rahata Tahseel in Ahmednagar District of Maharashtra. It is famous as the abode of Shri Sai Baba.

It is accessible via the Manmad (about 60 KMs) or Kopargaon (about 20 KMs) Railway stations. Shirdi has its own railway station and it has trains from Mumbai and Chennai as well. From Mumbai, Shirdi is about 300 KMs.

From Bangalore, there is only one train, which we can take, and it is Karnataka Express. We need to get down at Kopargaon and then take road route to Shirdi. But as we could not secure a reservation, other option was a Bus.

There are a lot of direct Buses to Shirdi from Bangalore, this include Buses from private operators as well as from KSRTC.

We booked the ticket through KSRTC.

On Friday noon 1 PM, we left Bangalore to Shirdi.

The KSRTC club class Volvo Multi Axle was quite comfortable, but still it was a bus and the comfort of a train, one can not get in that.

The route is Bangalore - Tumkur - Gulbarga - Pune - AhmedNagar - Shirdi.

We took late lunch before Tumkur and dinner perhaps near Hubli. The dinner at Kamath was horrible. The "Thaali" that we took was tasteless and unfulfilling.

Anyway seeing movie as well as the countryside, we reached Shirdi at around 7 AM, Saturday. We took a room at Hotel Sai Plaza.

After some rest and bath etc., we started for Shri Sai Samadhi Mandir, which is at walkable distance.

Om Sai Nathay Namah

Sai Baba of Shirdi was an Yogi or Fakir. His devotees consider him an incarnation of Lord Dattatreya.

His parentage, birth details, and life before the age of sixteen are obscure, which has led to speculation about his origins.

Baba reportedly arrived at the village of Shirdi, when he was about 16 years old. It is generally accepted that Sai Baba stayed in Shirdi for three years, disappeared for a year, and came back again around 1858 AD, which suggests a birth year of 1838 AD.

Sai Baba led an ascetic life, sitting motionless under a neem tree and meditating while sitting in an asana.

The people of the village were curios to see a young lad practicing hard penance. Some considered him mad and threw stones at him. Sai Baba left the village, and little is known about him after that. However, there are some indications that he met with many saints and fakirs, and said to be worked as a weaver. He claimed to have fought with the army of Rani Lakshmibai of Jhansi during the Indian Rebellion of 1857.

In 1858 Sai Baba returned to Shirdi.

For four to five years, Baba lived under a neem tree, and often wandered for long periods in the nearby jungles. He eventually took up residence in an old mosque, which he used to call as "DwarikaMaayi". He lived a solitary life there, surviving by begging for alms. He maintained a sacred fire which is referred to as a dhuni, from which he gave sacred ashes ('Udhi') to visitors. The ash is believed to have healing powers. He treated the sick by application of ashes. Sai Baba insisted on the necessaty of the unbroken remembrance of God's name (japa).

Sai Baba participated in religious festivals and was also in the habit of preparing food for his visitors, which he distributed to them as prasad. Sai Baba's entertainment was dancing and singing religious songs.

Sai Baba had no love for material things and his sole concern was self-realization. He taught a moral code of love, forgiveness, helping others, charity, contentment, inner peace, and devotion to God and Guru.

Shirdi is a small town and all the activities are concentrated around "Sai Samadhi Mandir".

There are a quite good number of hotels in Shirdi.

Most of the hotel provide free travel to Sai Samadhi Mandir. But it is a walkable distance, which is a better option so unless you have some difficulty in walking, it is preffered.

The Samadhi Mandir was earlier known as Buttiwada (Place of Butti - Gopal Butti, a follower of Sai constructed it as a temple for Lord Vitthal). After Baba took samadhi, he was buried here and the idols were shifted to nearby Dixit Wada Museam. This Museam along with tombs of other contemperory Baba devotees and "ash" (Udi) dishtribution center are at Gate 4 of the Samadhi Mandir.

This day, Saturday, 2nd April, 2011 had the Cricket World Cup final between India and SriLanka. And so by Sai Kripa there was not much rush. We got Darshan by being in queue for about 1 hour only.

The central hall, where the samadhi is, also have a beautiful sculpture of Baba sitting in smiling and merciful pose. This was grafted by sculptor Bhausaheb Talim in 1954 AD.

We entered the hall and realised the joy and blissful feeling there....Baba with his charming smile is present there. His grace is there and his merciful eyes gives assurances to all.....His radiant presence heals everyone.

I was there for a few moments in the sanctum Sanctorium....enjoing that blissful state.

Then we came out and visited Ganpati, Shani and Shiva temples, located nearby.

We came out of Gate number 3 and then again went in for "Mukh Darshan". From here one can have the view of Sai at Sanctum Sanctorium. Then we visited nearby Hanuman temple.

Then we visited Haji Abdul cottage. Haji Abdul was a Baba devotee.

Then we went to "Dwarikamai" It was a mosque and Baba graced this place by living almost 60 years here!!
There is still that sacred fire is there which was put on by Baba himself, also the stone on which Baba used to sit and bless all those who visit him.

We went then towards Gate 4 and visited the Dixit wada museum. This is a must for all. It has many things which Baba used personally. Here one can get the "Udi" or the ash from the Baba's Dhuni.

There are also a few tombs here of the devotees of Baba including Haji Abdul, Nanavati and Tatya Patil.

Being blessed by the merciful Sai and feeling happy with his charming smile, we came out of Sai Samadhi Temple and visited Khandoba Temple.

This is diagobally opposite to the Sai Samadhi Temple on the other side of the road.

Khandoba Temple
This is the place where Baba came in 1858. It is said that the then priest of Khandoba Temple, Bhagat Mhalsapati greetd the young Baba as "Ya Sai".

The main diety of Khandoba Temple is Khandoba (a form of Shiva) and also his consorts Mhalsa Devi and Banai Devi.

Blessed we were back to hotel for some rest.

In the afternoon we decided to visit the Shani Dhaam at Shani Shingnapur.

It is about 75 KMs from Shirdi off Shirdi AhmedNagar road and takes around 2 hours.

Shani Shingnapur

Neelanjana Samabhasam Ravi Putram Yamaagrajam
Chaaya Maarthaanda sambhootham tham namami sanaischaram

“I bow down to slow moving Shani Dev, whose complexion is dark blue like nilanjana ointment. The elder brother of Lord Yamaraja, he is born from the Sun and Chhaya.”

Shani Shingnapur or Sonai is a village, situated in Nevasa taluka in Ahmednagar district. This village is known for its popular temple of Shri Shani Dev.

Shingnapur is also famous for the fact that no house in the village has doors. Despite this, no theft is reported in the village. Villagers never keep their valuables under lock and key. Villagers believe that the temple is a "Jagrut Devasthan". They believe that Lord Shri Shani Dev punishes anyone attempting theft.

We tried to get a Bus to go to Shani Shingnapur but at that time, buses were not avaialable. So we took a shared taxi. It was Tata Ace and 4 people were sitting in the seat of two. The journey was quite uncomfortable in that hot afternoon, but was made possible by the grace of Lord Shri Shani Dev.

Because of fear of getting late we missed our lunch and later after Darshan at Shani Sthaan, we took "Vada Paav" to satisfy the hunger a little bit.

After reaching there, we visited Shri Shani temple. The Lord Shri Shani Dev is worshipped here in the form of a stone, which is kept in open.

Till sometime back, all (males only) were allowed to go near the stone idol of Shri Shani Dev but now it has been restricted. Women are allowed to have darshan from a platform in front of the devsthaan.

The idol of Lord Shani Dev (The Stone), has a black complexion is said to be a height of 5 feet and 9 inches and 1 feet and 6 inches in width.

It is said that about 350 years ago, in Shingnapur village it rained very heavily the fields were submerged by flowing water.

Along with the weeds flowing in the flood waters, the stone statue of Lord Shani Dev came flowing and got stuck in the branches of the neighbouring Berry tree. When the rains reduced and the floods receded, the people came out of their huts. They felt happy that by the grace of God, it had rained well. So when the cowherds took the cows and buffaloes for grazing near Panas Nala, they saw a black coloured stone oulder in the branches of the Berry tree. They began to wonder as to how such a big boulder came floating all the way till there!

After a lot of hesitation, they touched the boulder with their sticks. And wherever they touched, blood began trickling from the stone boulder. There, they could see an injury because of a big hurt to it. This was very clearly visible and evident. The cowherds panicked seeing the flow of blood. Abandoning their cattle, they came running into the village.

Listening to it all, the elders also were stunned. All people left their homes and went there to witness the strange occurrence. In the night, they all returned to their homes after deciding that they would do something the next day. Along with this decision and they retired for the night.

One of the villager in his dreams, saw Lord Shani Dev appeared and told him that “Whatever you and the cowherds saw is true”.

“Who are you speaking?” asked the devotee.

“I am Lord Shani himself speaking. Lift me from there and install in the village.”

The very next day, the devotee told the villagers what he saw in the dream. Upon hearing what he said, the people took a bullock cart and went to the spot where the idol was caught in the Berry tree. They even tried to lift the stone idol and place it in the cart, but they were not successful. They tried all day, but the statue would not move at all from its place. In the end, the people were sad and went back to their homes.

Lord Shani again appeared in the dream of the same devotee and said:

“Son, I will move from that spot only when the people, who move me from there are of the real relation of maternal uncle and nephew (Mama - Bhanja). These very people should place me on the branches of the Berry tree. Those bulls who ride the bullock cart should be of black complexion and also should be of the relationship of maternal uncle and nephew.”

Next morning he told the villagers about his previous night’s dream. And the villagers did exactly as was told in the dream.

Then the statue was placed upon the branches of the cut Berry tree. A maternal uncle and his nephew succeeded in taking the stone idol.

It was brought to village and at this place, where it is now, got installed on its own. The devotee, who had the dream wanted to install it in his own land, but the statue did not moved from where it is today.

There was a rich man in the village of Sonai called Shri Jawahar Mal, who had no children. So, he prayed intensely to God Shani that if he got a son, he would erect a beautiful foundation there. And by the grace of Lord Shani Dev, Jawahar Mal get a son and he erected a good foundation there in Shingnapur.

Then, some of the devotees started digging the ground to pull out the idol but were unsuccessful. They wanted to put ot on the foundation. The deeper they dug, the more they saw of the statue. And it could not be dislodged. And then, all the villagers prayed to Lord Shani Dev asking for his Divine directions about what to do next.

One of the devotees had a vision of Lord Shani Dev in which he said, “ Only erect a foundation. Do not try to move or lift me.”

Therefore, they built a three feet foundation on all the four sides of the idol. So, today, as much of the idol of God Shani we see, that much of it is deep seated.

So today, the shrine of Lord Shani Dev consists of a five and a half feet high black rock installed on an open-air platform. A Trishula (trident) is placed along the side of the image and a Nandi (bull) image is on the south side. In front are the small images of Shiva and Hanuman.

Amavasya is believed to the most auspicious day to appease Lord Shani. The village holds a fair in honour of the deity on this day.

Being blessed with the darshan, we returned back to Shirdi and took some rest in the evening.

In the night we decided to go to "Prasadalya" for dinner. In my view, this place is a must for all those who come to Shirdi.

It is in the memory of Sai, who used to cook and distribute the prasad to all.

There were two rows, one for Rs 10/- and another for Rs 40/-. Perhaps the Rs 40/- ticket includes the proper seating arrangements for dining.

The food was quite good. The grace of Sai is everywhere!!

After dinner we retired to our horel room. For some time I watched the world cup final match and slept comfortably as India won!!

Sunday morning, after a qucik breakfast of "Vada Paav" we took a bus from Shirdi to Triambakeshwar.

Trimbakeshwar is an ancient Shiva Jyotirlinga temple. It is situated at the town of Trimbak, in the Nashik District of Maharashtra, about 30 km from the city of Nashik.

It is said that anybody who visits Trimbakeshwar attains salvation. It is said that there is no sacred place like Trimbakeshwar, no river like Godavari, no mountain like Bramhagiri.

The reason for its being so sacred are - Ganga in the form of Godavari river originates at this place, its a place of Tri-Sandhya Gayatri, said to be the birth place of Lord Ganesha, a place of the first Nath of Nath Sampradaya consisting of Gorakhnath and others, a place where Nivrittinath was made to imbibe the holy knowledge by his Guru Gahininath.

The road from Shirdi to Triambakeshwar was not that great but ok as the day progressed the Lord Anshumaan extended heat and by the time we reached Traimbakeshwar, it was quite a hot noon.

It took the Maharashtra SRTC about 3-1/2 hours to cover that distance of about 125 KMs from Shirdi to Triambakeshwar. The route is via Nashik.

We took room in Hotel Sahyadri and after some rest, started for temple, which is at walkable distance.

But before we went for lunch. There was not much rush in the town. The lunch was just ok. Then we headed towards the Shiva Jyotirlinga Temple.

Triambakeshwar is located near to the source of the Godavari River. It originates from Bramhagiri mountains and meets the Bay of Bengal near Rajamundry in AP.

Kushavarta Teertha, a kund nearby the temple, is considered the symbolic origin of the river Godavari, and revered as a sacred bathing place.

The extraordinary feature of the Jyotirlinga located here is, its three faces embodying Lord Bramha, Lord Vishnu and Lord Shiva.

The Lingas are covered by a jeweled crown, which is placed over the Gold Mask of Tridev (Bramha, Vishnu and Mahesh). The crown is said to be from the age of Pandavs and consists of diamonds, emeralds, and many precious stones. The crown is displayed every Monday from 4-5 PM.

This place has been made sacred by the stay of Rishi Gautam. He is said to have bring Ganga in the form of Godavari to earth. So the Godavari is also known as Gautami.

Once Rishi Gautam saw a cow grazing in the paddy field and he drove her away by throwing Doorbha (sharp, pointed grass). The slender cow died by this. This news upset the Rishis and they refused to take food at his Ashram. Gautama requested Rishis to show a way out of this sin. He was advised to approach Lord Shiva and request him to release Ganga and a bath in the Ganga would set him free of his sins.

Rishi Gautama then practiced penance at the peak of Brahmagiri. Lord Shankara was pleased by his worship and gave him the Ganga.

However, Ganga was not prepared to part with Lord Shiva. Shiva did Tandav Nritya on the peak of Brahmagiri and dashed his jata there. Frightened by this action, Ganga appeared on Brahmagiri. Gautama praised her but she off and on appeared on the mountain at various places like Gangadwar, Varaha-Tirtha, Rama-Laxman Tirtha, Ganga Sagar Tirtha etc. and disappeared in anger. Gautama could not take bath in her waters.

Gautama Rishi then surrounded her with enchanted grass and put a vow. The flow stopped there and the place thus came to be known as Kushavarta (bounded by Kusha - Grass). It is from here that the Godavari flows up to the sea.

The sin of killing a cow by Gautama was wiped off here.

The place is known for its scenic beauty in monsoon season and is surrounded by lush green hills untouched by pollution.

This current temple is built by Shri Nana Saheb Peshawa in 1755-1786 AD. It is built with black stone and the Shivlingam is said to be emerged naturally. The temple is bordered with around 20-25 stone feet wall in height.

Triambakeshwar is a small town. The Temple is at walkable distance from the bus stand and hotels etc.

Entrance gate lead us to the queue, which has logical separation of around 17 lines. The queue to the main temple passes through Nandi temple, which is built in front of the Shiva temple, Nandi facing Shivlingam. Nandi Idol is sitting on a platform and is carved out of white marble. After this, we step in to the Shiva Temple. There is a big hall, whose roof is in dome shape from inside. The sanctum houses the three lingas residing in hollow structure.

It took about 1-1/2 hours in queue, before we reached in temple.

...and here he is...the lord of Universe...

I bow to the Ruler of the Universe, whose very form is Liberation,
The omnipotent and all pervading Brahma, manifest as the Vedas.
I worship Shiva, shining in his own glory, without physical qualities,
Undifferentiated, desireless, all pervading sky of consciousness
and wearing the sky itself as His garment.
(Rudrashtakam Shloka - 1)

It was so much blessed feeling to be there....Shiva asks only lucky ones to come to his court!

I worship Shankara, Bhavani’s husband,
The fierce, exalted, luminous supreme Lord.
Indivisible, unborn and radiant with the glory of a million suns;
Who, holding a trident, tears out the root of the three-fold suffering,
And who is reached only through Love.
(Rudrashtakam Shloka - 5)

After having darshan of the Lord of Lords, we came out of temple feeling the mercy and blessings of the supreme master.

I don’t know yoga, prayer or rituals,
But everywhere and at every moment, I bow to you, Shambhu!
Protect me my Lord, miserable and afflicted as I am
with the sufferings of birth, old-age and death.
(Rudrashtakam Shloka - 8)

Then we proceeded towards Kushavarta Teertha.


Just a 5-10 min walk away from main temple there is a sacred pond "Kushavarta", from here Godavari takes her route blessing across penninsular India.

Sheemant Rao Sahib Parnekar built the temple at this place.

The most significant fact of this pond is that it is the starting point of Kumbh Mela which happens once in a 12 year and next is on 2015. Saints all over the world come to this place on the occasion of mela to take a holy bath.

Something interesting about Kumbha mela here that I heard:

There are certain time allotted by the government abiding, which Saints needs to take bath. They take bath in the sequence of their seniority and once they are done then rest of the people can proceed. As per the rule the sadhus belonging to "Vaishnav" sect will take bath in Godavari at Ram Kund, Panchavati and those belonging to "Shaiva" sect will take bath here. Since Godavari (Ganga) flows from here and reaches at Ram Kund so both are considered equally sacred. This rule was set by Peshawa, during the time when in one of the Kumbh mela, these two groups fought with each other, over who would take the holy bath first.

Our next destination wa Shri Nivrittinath Temple.

Nivrittinath Temple
This is the place where Saint Nivrittinath made his brothers and sister attain the self by his preaching.

Now it was around 4:30 PM and so I was not very comfortable with the idea to to trek to Bramhagiri or Gangadwar etc. as by the time we would reach on top, it would have been dark and there is no arrangement of lights etc.

In my view, the best time to do so is in morning. It takes about 2 hours one side to trek to the place where the Godavari originates.

Bramhagiri is considered as a huge form of Lord Shiva and hence the mountain climbing was considered as a sin. However in 1908 Seth Lalchand Jashodanand Bhambhani of Karachi and Seth Ganeshdas built steps of stone and then this has facilitated easy access to Bramhagiri. Godavari is flowing in three directions on the mountain.

The one flowing towards east is called Godavari, one flowing towards the south is called Vaitarna and the one flowing towards the west is called the west-flowing Ganga and meets Godavari near Chakra Tirth. River Ahilya meets Godavari in front of the Trimbakeshwar temple.

The first peak of Sahyadri is called Bramhadri. The story associated with this is that Lord Shankar was pleased with Brahmadev and said “I shall be known by your name”. Hence it is called as Bramhagiri. Five peaks of this mountain are called Sadyo-Jata, Vamdev, Aghora, Ishana and Tat-Purusha and are considered as five mouths of the Lord Shiva and they are worshipped.

Better luck next time for me to visit Bramhagiri!!

We returned back and took some rest. Then took an auto and planned to visit Anjaneri Hanuman Temple.

Anjaneri mountain, said to be the birth place of Lord Hanuman, is 7 km from Trimbakeshwar.The trek to the birth place is not very easy and it takes about 4 hours one side. Shri Hanuman Temple is there at some distance from the road and we visited there. It was already dark and we saw the priest closing the temple door, we hurried and were lucky to get the glimpse of Pavan Putra Anjaneya through the closed channels.

Gajanan Maharaj Mandir
Gajanan Maharaj Ashram is located very near to Trimbakeshwar town, at a walkable distance. Gajanan Maharaj was a revered saint. The temple is magnificent and the ambiance is serene and suitable for meditation and relaxing.

One can stay here also but there is no advance booking facility. After you reach Triambakeshwar, approach the reception. If rooms are avaialable, you can get.

Feeling bliss, we walked to our hotel room and retired for the night.

Monday morning was Chaitra Navratri first day. After taking bath, we took "Poha" as breakfast and took bus to Shirdi. Our KSRTC Bus from Shirdi to Nashik was at 1 PM.

Tuesday morning at around 6:30 AM, we were at Bangalore.


Following are the other important places to visit, which I could not because of lack of time.

Shri Nilambika/Dattatreya/Matamba Temple - Neel Parvat
This temple is on top of the Neel mountain. One can either trek or can take an auto. All goddesses ('Matamba','Renuka','Mananmba') came here to see Parashuram, when he was performing penance (tapas). After his penance he requested all goddesses to stay there and the temple was formed for these goddesses.

It is said that Rishi Dattatrya was born here. There is a temple dedicated to him.

Shreemant Seth Kapol has built about 200 steps. There is an old akhada or matha of the Gosavi sect.

Gangadwar is half way to Bramhagiri mountain. There is a temple of Ganga (Godavari). Ganga appears first time here, after it vanishes from Bramhagiri Mountain. Godavari comes to Gangadwar from Bramhadri. There are 750 steps to Gangadwar. These were built by Karamsi Ranamull of Village Maska. The work was commenced on 1st of Chaitra in Samwat 1907 and was completed on 5th of Chaitra Samwat 1918 by Seth Hansraj Karamsi.

Gangadwar is one of the five tirthas. There is an idol of Ganga and near her feet is a stone of the shape of cow’s head through which Ganga water is flowing drop by drop.

Gautam Tirtha
It is in the south of the Ganga (Godavari) and the Trimbakeshwar temple. Varun being pleased with Gautam gave this tirtha as a permanent source of water. To the north is Gautameshwar and to the south is Rameshwar Mahadev. This tank was built by Shrimant Pandit Zashivale.

Bilwa Tirtha
It is in the north of Neel Mountain. It is one of the five tirthas. There is a temple of Bilvakeshwar Mahadev built by Naro Vinayak Gogte in 1738 AD.

Indra Tirtha
It is in the east and near Kushavarta. Here Indra wiped off his curse given by sage Gautam for enjoying Ahilya, by a bath in this tirtha. This is built with cut stone in octagonal form by Vishnu Mahadeo Gadre in 1778. On the bank of the tirtha is a beautiful temple of Indreshwar Mahadev with an idol of Indra seated on an Airavata elephant.

Ahilya Sangam Tirtha
The river Ahila joins with Godavi here. There is a temple of Sangmeshwar Mahadev.

Swami Samarth Ashram
Very near to Triambakeshwar town, it is also worth visiting.

In my view it should be a total of 4 full days trip.

Day 1: Shirdi and Shani Shingnapur
Day 2 Nashik
Day 3 Triambakeshwar and sorroundings
Day 4 Trek to Brmahgiri and Gangadwar etc.

If you have two more days, you can have a trip to Ajanta/Ellora as well.


  1. amazing description.......
    excellent writing skill.......

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  3. wow alok..nice description ..
    now that I have promised myself once again that will come soon

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    I earnestly thank you, for this ‘Great Effort’.

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