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Events/Festivals in Shirdi

Shirdi hosts a number of Hindu festivals which are celebrated with much enthusiasm and fervour. These are:
Ganesh Chaturthi: This festival is held in the months of August-September and is one of the famous festivals in Shirdi.
Diwali: One of the most important festivals of Hindus, Diwali, is also well known by the name of “Festival of Lights” or Deepavali. It is celebrated in the month of October or November. Diwali in Shirdi is celebrated with pomp and show. Goddess Lakshmi is worshiped on this festival.
Dusshera: It is another festival that is keenly celebrated in Shirdi. It generally falls in the month of October or November and marks the victory of Lord Rama over the demon Ravana. It is marked as the victory of good over evil.
Holi: The “festival of colours” is indeed celebrated in a very colourful manner in Shirdi and is one of the biggest festivals for the natives. The atmosphere is really charged up during the celebrations.

Accommodation in Shirdi

Shirdi has a lot for deluxe and medium to budget accommodation options. Sai Leela Hotel (Pimpalwadi Road), Shraddha Park Inn (Pimpalwadi Road), Sun-n-Sand Shirdi (Village Nighoj), Bhagyalaxmi Hotel (Tal Rahata), St.Laurn Meditation and Spa (Rui- Shiv Road) and Shri Sai Murli Hotel (Pimpalwadi Road) are the deluxe accommodation options and have all high class facilities like internet, homely food etc. Medium to Budget hotels include MTDC Shirdi Pilgrim's Inn (At Post Shirdi), Sai Baba International Hotel (Opp. Sai Baba Temple), Sai Amey Hotel (Nagar-Manmad Road), Sai Mahal Hotel (Opp. Police Guest House), Kalpataru Hotel (Near Saibaba Temple).

Summer Season in Shirdi

The summers in Shirdi are hot and dry and are generally avoided by the tourists. The month of March marks the start of summer season and it lasts till May. Temperature ranges between 21°C to 40°C during these months.

Monsoon Season in Shirdi

June marks the beginning of monsoon season in Shirdi and it lasts till August. Adequate rainfall is experienced by the region in the months of July and August.

Winter Season in Shirdi

Shirdi experiences winters in the months of December to February. The temperature remains in the comfortable 10°C - 30°C during these months. These are the best months to visit Shirdi.

Best Time to Visit Shirdi

One of the renowned holy town nestled amidst the hues of Western Ghats, Shirdi is mostly frequented by Hindu devotees. Well devotees don’t have any particular season to pay their divine visit at Sai Baba Temple, but tourists often inquire about best time to visit Shirdi. Well, undoubtedly it is during the winters when the town is packed with both tourists and devotees. Nonetheless Shirdi acquits a temperate climate throughout the year. But during the winters the climate is mild and pleasant that draws in tourists as well.

The temperature in Shirdi in October and November ranges in between 15 degree and 22 degree whereas it drops to 10 degree in December and slightly to 8 degree in the month of January. The maximum temperature during the months of December and January nestles at an average of 15 degree thus making Shirdi Climate pleasant and mild.

The climate in Shirdi rises and ranges between a maximum and minimum temperatures of 40 degree and 20 degree. It is during this time when people avoid visiting during the hot months of April and May.

Further the temperature dips to 30 degree and dwells at 35 degree during the monsoon. June to August offer scanty rainfalls and may be opted for sightseeing and Ashram visit.

Shirdi Weather

Quick Info

  • Attractions

    Saibaba Temple
  • Altitude

    504 m
  • STD Code

  • Best Season

    June to March
  • State/Code


    Hindi, Marathi and English
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