Sai Baba is associated with many miracles. Some of the miracles that his followers firmly believed that he performed include levitation, mindreading, exorcisms, materialization, bilocation, entering the samadhi state at will, lighting lamps with water and curing the diseased.
Best Time to Visit Shirdi
Even though Shirdi can be visited all through the year, here is a month wise break-up of the weather in Shirdi to help your holiday better:
December to February: Winters are the best time to visit Shirdi as the weather is pleasant and is a great time to enjoy your pilgrimage and sightseeing in Shirdi. The average temperature during this time of the year falls between 8 degrees Celsius to 34 degrees Celsius.
March to May: Summers are not a very busy season and hence is a great time ti visit Shirdi if you’d like to enjoy your pilgrimage minus the crowds. The temperature during this time of the year goes up to 40 degrees Celsius and hence do make sure to carry light cotton clothes and sunscreen along to avoid sunburn.
June to August: June marks the beginning to monsoon in Shirdi and temperatures begin to drop. This is a great time to visit the Sai Ashram and Sai Temple. Do make sure you carry an umbrella or raincoat along as rain showers are frequent.