Shirdi Arati Darshan Timings and Aarti Schedule (Kakad,Madhyan, Dhoop, Shej)

Shirdi Aarti Darshan Timings
Aarti Darshan Timings

Shirdi Arati Darshan Timings and Aarti Schedule. It includes 4 different Aarti schedule like Kakad Aarti, Madhyan, Dhoop & Shej Aarti timings & Schedule – Arati dispels darkness in life. So does the subdued importance of lamp lighting really mean to people worshipping God and meditating to seek blessings day in and day out, as it takes place when you are on the Shirdi Sai darshan. There are Aartis being attended by no less than thousands of darshanarthees at a time. While their graceful visit is becoming easier with Online Darshan Booking as you are able to book ticket for one or all Aartis/Aratis. Without much hassle being faced puja and aartis in Shirdi are attended. It’s simple and easy.

Furthermore, for the devotees’ convenience, the Shri Sai Baba Sansthan Trust has begun online ticketing system. It’s much useful for darshananrthees (devotees or bhaktas) to be present as per the given Shirdi Aarti Schedule and pay their gracious respect. It saves a lot of time. Once you get registered, you stay away from standing in long queues. Most of all Devotees reach Samadhi Temple just about the given time and pay their respect.

Predominantly, 4 famous Aartis are organized. These glowing lamp-lighting ceremonies are the bona fide cynosure of Samadhi Mandir in particular. Their timings are also available online. Therefore, Devotees can check out before booking.

The temple opens at 04:00a.m. when the very first Aarti begins. Moved by Baba’s adoration and affection, a huge people’s flow ever pours in to take a look of Baba’s first sight. Devotees start making queue right from the midnight.
Shirdi Arati DarshanTimings differ during the time of the day. There are:

1. Kakad Aarti
2. Madhyan Aarti
3. Dhoop Aarti
4. Shej Aarti

In the amidst –

Kakad Aarti Schedule

Day & Time Schedule
Every Day 04:00 a.m Temple Opens
Every Day 04:15 a.m Bhupali (A ritual where Each morning at four o’clock, Baba is woken up, the mosquitop net is removed, and incense is offered)
Every Day 04:30 05:00 a.m Kakad Arati
Every Day 05:00 a.m Bhajan at Sai Baba Mandir
Every Day 05:05 a.m mangal Snaan or Holy Bath at Samadhi Mandir
Every Day 05:35 a.m Aarti “Shirdi Mujhe Pandharpur”
Every Day 05:40 a.m Darshan Begins in Samadhi Mandir

Madhyan Aarti Schedule

Day & Time Schedule
Every Day 11:30 a.m Dhuni Pooja with rice and ghee in Dwarkamai
Every Day 12:00 12:30 p.m Mid Day Arati

Dhoop Aarti Schedule

Time Schedule
Every Day 04:00 p.m Pothi (Devotional reading or study) in Samadhi Mandir
Every Day Sunset Dhoop Aarti at Sunset for 20 Minutes
Every Day 09:00 p.m Chavadi and Gurusthan close
Every Day 09:30 p.m In Dwarkamai water is given to Baba, a mosquito net is hung and the hanging lamp is lit
Every Day 09:45 p.m Dwarkamai (the upper part) closes
Special Note – Every Day from 10:00p.m Devotional Songs in Samadhi Mandir and Cultural Programs (if any)

Shej Aarti Schedule

Day & Time Schedule
Every Day 10:30 p.m to 10:50 p.m Shej (night) Aarti, after this, a shawl is wrapped around the statue in the Samadhi Mandir, a Rudraksha mala is put around baba’s neck, Mosquito net is hung, and a glass of water kept there
Every Day 11:15 p.m Samadhi Mandir closes after night Aarti

Special Aarti Day & Timings – In addition to above aarti schedule, Every Thursday, Baba’s palkhi (Palanquin) procession takes place. It starts at 9:15 p.m. from Samadhi Mandir. All above mentioned aartis are parts of Sai Puja. Ghee (purified butter) soaked wicks are lighted with camphor. The Sai aartis are done with energy giving devotional songs. This unanimous chanting makes the aura completely reverberating and synchronizes mind and body together to give cosmic vibes, and consequently considered to have secured blissful benediction flow of Sai kripa.

If you have any query on Shirdi Aarti Timings & Booking, please leave your comment below, we will get back to you at the earliest.

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  • Dear Sir,

    I am planning to visit Shirdi Sai Baba Temple on Dussehra 2017. Can you tell me the important events or programmes that are being celebrated on eve of Vijayadashami ?

    • Dear Sir,
      Dussehra or VijayaDashami is observed every year as Shirdi Sai Baba Punyatithi to mark Mahasamadhi day of Shirdi Sai Baba. On this day ‘Brahman Bhojan’ is arranged with Dakashina (Donation to Guru). Important event on the last day of the festival “Sgavjewan” ( free meal for all village People and devotees is given by Shri Saibaba Sansthan Trust,Shirdi). Samadhi Mandir will remain open for Parayan throughout the night on the Shirdi Sai Baba Punyatithi day. Shri Punyatithi on Dussehra or VijayaDashami day will be celebrated this year from 29 September 2017 to 02 October 2017.
      Please let us know if you need any help,