History of Shirdi

Shirdi is a small town in the state of Maharashtra, India, that is renowned for being the home of the late 19th century saint, Sai Baba. Sai Baba was born in 1838, and spent most of his life in Shirdi, which he came to around 1858. Since then, the town has become a popular pilgrimage destination for people of all faiths.

The history of Shirdi is closely associated with Sai Baba, who is said to have been born in the nearby village of Pathri. During his lifetime, Sai Baba lived in Shirdi, where he gained a large following who were enthralled by his teachings of love and devotion, and his healing powers. He also had a close association with a local temple, the Khandoba temple, which he often visited. He is said to have performed many miracles here, and this is why the town is now so popular with pilgrim

Today, the town of Shirdi is home to many temples, including the Sai Baba temple, which was built following his death in 1918. It is a popular destination for pilgrims from all over India who come to pay their respects and offer prayers. The town is also home to other important religious sites, such as the Dwarkamai Mosque and the Gurusthan.