FAQ about Buses from Palanpur to Shirdi
How many buses are running between Palanpur to Shirdi on the daily basis?
2 buses are running between Palanpur to Shirdi.
What is the ticket price for different types of buses on the Palanpur to Shirdi bus route?
The minimum fare for Non AC bus is ₹460 on Palanpur to Shirdi bus route.
How many seats are available for different types of buses on the Palanpur Shirdi bus route?
74 seats for Non AC buses are available for today’s booking.
When does the first Palanpur to Shirdi bus leaves for the day?
The first bus for Palanpur to Shirdi bus route leaves at 10:30. It is a nonac bus and fare for this bus is ₹460.
When does the last bus leaves for Shirdi from Palanpur?
The last bus for Palanpur to Shirdi route leaves at 18:45. The ticket price for this nonac bus is ₹1500.
Who are the popular operators on the Palanpur to Shirdi bus route?
Top operators on the Palanpur to Shirdi bus route are GSRTC and Jai Bajrang Travel Agency .
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- Dixit Wada Museum
Showcasing some of Sai Baba's personal belongings, the Dixit Wada museum offers visitors an interesting insights into his simple and pious life. It was established by Kakasaheb Dixit in the year 1911 on Ram Navami with Baba's permission.
A must visit pilgrimage site of Shirdi, Gurusthan(place of the Guru) is the place where Sai Baba spent most of his time when he first came to Shirdi. It is said that the Baba believed that the tomb of his own Guru is located by the neem tree.
- Khandoba Temple
The Khandoba Temple is among the thirteen main temples of Khandoba. It is said that the temple priest Mhalsapati spotted Sai Baba in front of the temple and said Yaa Sai which means Welcome Sai. People started referring to him as Sai Baba after the incident.
The Chavadi Mandir was originally a place wherein taxes were collected, village records kept and visiting officials put up.