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Upasani Maharaj Ashram

Shirdi-Manmad State Highway, Shirdi, India
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Aao Sai Khandoba Mandir

The place is very well known as AAO SAI KHANDOMA MANDIR. The Sai Baba first visited here when in... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Mumbai (Bombay), India
Peaceful Ashram Location

We visited this ashram which is almost 5 km from Shidi. Upasani baba was Sai's disciple & one can... read more

Reviewed 21 March 2017
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Shirdi-Manmad State Highway, Shirdi, India
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Reviewed yesterday

The place is very well known as AAO SAI KHANDOMA MANDIR. The Sai Baba first visited here when in Shirdi and Mhalsapati had unintentionally called him " AAO SAI ". Since then He got the name as SAI.

Thank Manee997
Reviewed 21 March 2017

We visited this ashram which is almost 5 km from Shidi. Upasani baba was Sai's disciple & one can see his & his wofe's photo with Saibaba in the Ashram. These days, they do a lot of social work to support women who are underprivileged.

Thank aarti_rele
Reviewed 26 January 2017 via mobile

Managed by old sannyasin sisters , an oasis of bliss , 5 kms from Shirdi , the chair used by Sri Upasini Maharaj , the wooden pillar from the house where Sai and Maharaj met , the cage in which Maharaj sat for a year...More

Thank meghashyam
Reviewed 12 January 2017

We were going towards Swami Samanth place and on the way is this temple This Temple is worth paying a visit

Thank jai_india
Reviewed 21 December 2016

Didnt really know about Upasini baba other than that he was in the same time as Sai baba. We visited this place in a tanga and our little one enjoyed the ride. Its a 5 km ride. There are old people there livining in an...More

Thank LaksHyd
Reviewed 18 December 2016

Upasanipi is no more, taken Samadhi and his deciple Godavari Mata has taken Samadhi. But blessed with a motherly touch. There is a Ganpati pratima in a tree which is prayed here. You get lot of Shirdi baba's old photos in black and white here....More

Thank Nilesh C
Reviewed 5 December 2016 via mobile

I visited this place I'm Sakuri after ages.Earlier used to be frequent whenever I visited Shirdi to visit this ashram.Nothing has changed I'm this Ashram of Upasani Maharaj a disciple and contemporary of Shri Sai Baba. Ther is a samadhi of Upasani Maharaj and his...More

Thank Avadhoot G
Reviewed 29 November 2016

This place around 5 km away from Shirdi, the place is calm and peace. Upasani Maharaj Ashram was the abode of a saint by name Upasani Maharaj. He was an ardent disciple of Saibaba. The samadhi of Upasani Maharaj is located in this premises

Thank Venkat_Mumbai
Reviewed 18 February 2016

This place is 5 km away from Shirdi, situated in Small village called Shikori. He is one of Devotees to Sai baba. He told Baba show him his Avtar Darshan( god in human form). People Also called him Satguru. Ashram provides facility for stay in...More

Thank kvs05
Reviewed 28 January 2016

Very peaceful place, Upasni Baba, Dattatrye temple are here. You may even stay here but must book accomodation

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