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Shirdi is a town located in the Rahata Tahasil in Ahmednagar district in Maharashtra, India. It is located at about 83 km from Ahmednagar, 184 km from Pune and 245 km from Mumbai.
Pune airport is the nearest airport at about 190 km away. It has flights to the major cities in India. The nearest major international airport is located in Mumbai, which has connectivity with all the major cities in India and many abroad cities.
Shirdi has now new railway station known as Sainagar Shirdi railway station, which is located at about 10 km from the temple. It has now good connectivity with Pune, Mumbai, Nashik, Aurangabad and other important cities of the state and nearby states.
Shirdi is connected directly by road to the important cities such as Ahmednagar, Mumbai, Pune, Vashi, Panvel, Thane, Nashik, Akluj, Dhule, Nagpur and Aurangabad. Regular bus services are also available from these locations. Private A/C and non A/C deluxe buses are also available from Nasik, Mumbai, Bangalore and Pune to Shirdi.
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