Solapur is a glorious city in Maharashtra situated on the banks of river Sina. The city is a well-known centre for Jains. The city is called as the ?Manchester of Maharashtra? because of the vast number of textile industries. The name Solapur is given to the city by combining two words ?Sola? and ?Pur? where ?Sola? means sixteen and ?Pur? means the village. Here you can experience a sturdy influence of several cultures amalgamate in the lifestyle of the people. Book cabs in Solapur
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Shirdi is a town located in Rahata Tahasil in Ahmednagar District in the Indian state of Maharashtra. Shirdi is best known as the late 19th century home of the popular guru Shirdi Sai Baba. The holy town is visited by innumerable people every year for viewing the Samadhi Temple of Sri Sai Baba. At every nook and corner of Shirdi it is Sai Baba who is present here either in spiritual form or in physical form by leaving behind several physical structures where he once lived or graced the place by his presence. The peoples saint spent almost 60 years of his life here and his greatness spread all over Maharashtra and beyond during his lifetime.
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Samadhi Mandir - The temple housing the last remains of Sri Sai Baba is known as the Samadhi Mandir of Shirdi. It was Sreemant Gopalrao a rich man from Nagpur who got the construction of the temple started to place the idol of Lord Krishna.
Dwarkamayee Masjid - Situated to the right of Samadhi Mandir is the place where Sai Baba spent a major chunk of his lifetime. It is at this Mosque that Baba lit up lamps every evening.
Gurusthan - Gurusthan is the place under the Neem tree where Sai Baba was first spotted in Shirdi. The neem leaves left their bitterness due to the presence of Sri Sai Baba in its shade.
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