Sunday, October 26, 2008

Shirdi accomodation Details. Where to stay in Shirdi?

Devotees of all the status of the society, from every corner of the Nation, use to come to Shirdi for Baba's Darshan. The number of Devotees coming to Shirdi is increasing day by day. The daily average of floating population is almost 25,000. So the demand for accommodation is one of the greatest requirement of these Devotees. Out of the visiting Devotees, the rich can afford to stay in luxurious & costly private star hotels, but common Devotees can't.

Sansthan is taking care of these common Devotees by providing the accommodations at fairly affordable prices. Our accommodations are far better than the private accommodations, if considered on equal parameters. A simple room (non-attached with latrine & bathroom) with common facilities, is available merely at the charge of Rs. 50/-, which can accommodate four person. And the luxurious A.C. suits are also available at the charge of Rs.700/- per day.

The New Bhakta Niwas is the biggest accommodation complex consisting 542 rooms of various categories. It is about 01 Kilometer away, on south of the Mandir Complex, on the Highway itself. Free bus service, shuttling between the New Bhakta Niwas & the Mandir Complex is provided round the clock. This complex is well equipped with the parking space, canteen facility, 24 Hr. water, electricity supply (with full capacity generator back-up) and the security. It is equipped with the solar hot water system.

The Dharmashala Complex is on south-west of the Mandir Complex & on west of the Bus-stand, hardly at the distance of 0.5 Kilometer from S.T. stand. This complex is established in year 2000, mainly to facilitate the devotees coming in major groups. It has big dormitories & large halls to accommodate 15 to 80 people. The average charge, including the common services of latrine & Bath-rooms, is merely Rs.13/- per person. This complex is also well equipped with the facilities like the parking space, canteen facility, 24 Hr. water, electricity supply (with full capacity generator back-up) and the security.

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