Mumbai Dream, Aurangabad and Shirdi Sai Special Tour
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Day : 1
Mumbai 
On arrival you will be met and welcomed by our representative at Mumbai International airport and transferred to your Hotel. The seven islands that now form Mumbai were first home to the Koli fisher folk, whose shanties still occupy parts of the city shoreline today. Mumbai is the prime commercial center of India. It is named as "Manchester of India as many cloth mills are here. Over night stay at Mumbai 
Day : 2
Mumbai 
Enjoy a full day sightseeing of the city of the dreams. Start your day from the Gateway of India -one of Mumbais most famous monuments designed by George Wittett in the Indo-Saracenic style You will enjoy the coastal city Mumbai by sight seeing of Elephanta caves, one of the most picturesque of the little islands in the harbour.It is famous for the enormous carving in its rock-cut temples. Gateway of India, built as a memorial to the visit of King George -VI and Queen Mary in 1911.Marks a ceremonial spot at Appollo Bunder. Victoria Terminus, It is built on the site from where the first railway line in Asia was inaugurated, on July 12, 1853.Another oriental architectural effusion. Over night stay at Mumbai 
Day : 3
Mumbai – Shirdi (300 Kms/06hrs) 
The saga of Shri Sathya Sai Baba of Shirdi started in the middle of the 19th Century When, as a boy of about 16 years of age, he first appeared here under a neem tree absorbed in a hard penance. Fro the next about 60 years, he devoted his life for the upliftment of the poor and suffering. His origin, religion and early life are shrouded in mystery and though he is believed to be an incarnation of lord Shiva, his teachings transcended all religions and beliefs. On Tuesday, the 15th of October, 1918, Shri sai Baba entered his samadhi. Today, all places, persons and possessions connected with him, too have become objects of veneration by millions of devotees who journey to Shirdi every year from all parts of the world After breakfast, we drive to the pilgrimage town of Shirdi. Mumbai to Shirdi approx – (300 kms: 6 HRS) By Road with deluxe tourists vehicle exclusively for your Group.Places to See: @Aurangabad: Cave Temples and a base After checking in the hotel, we move towards most reputed temple in Shirdi. "The Temple of Sai Baba of Shirdi". Spend yourday at the sacred atmosphere of Shirdi. Roam around in the spiritual atmosphere. Over night stay at Shridi 
Day : 4
Shirdi 
You are on your own to attend prayers and activities at the temples and local village. . Over night stay at Shridi 
Day : 5
Shirdi -Aurangabad – Ajanta caves (04hrs) 
In the morning we leave for an excursion to Ajanta caves. The Buddhist caves of Ajanta predating those of Ellora are a world heritage site. Dating from the 2nd and 1st centuries B.C, the paintings and sculptures of Ajanta considered masterpiece of Buddhist religious art, have had a considerable artistic influence. The themes are intensely religious in tone and center round the Buddha, Bodhisattvas and incidents from the life of Buddha and the Jatakas. The paintings are executed on a ground of mud-plaster in the tempera technique. Over night stay at Aurangabad 
Day : 6
Ellora 
Morning, visit Ellora. Whereas Ajanta Caves are noted for their paintings, here its the sculpture at Ellora that is remarkable. Its thought that the builders of Ajanta moved to here when they suddenly ceased construction at their earlier site. At Ellora, there are a total of 34 caves, of which 12 are Buddhist, 17 Hindu and 5 Jain. Dating from A.D. 600 to 1000, the Ellora representations as opposed to that of Ajanta, are more earthly, drawing their elements from the Vajrayana school of Buddhism. However, Ellora is more renowned for its exquisite architecture, especially the Kailasa Temple, which is a remarkable example of rock-cut temples in India on account of its striking proportion, elaborate workmanship architectural content and sculptural ornamentation. Over night stay at Aurangabad 
Day : 7
Pune 
After breakfast drive to pune where you will visit the Shaniwar Wada, Aga Khan Palace, Lal Deval, the Parvati temple, Pataleshwar Cave Temple the Bund Gardens, Pashan Lake, The Film and Television Institute of India and the Osho Commune. Over night stay at Pune 
Day : 8
Mahabaleshwar 
After breakfast, drive to Mahabaleswar we go on the city tour of the queen of Maharashtras Hill Stations. It has pleasant walks & good lookouts, and the area has interesting historical connections with Shivaji. We go visit the Pratapgarh Fort, the Morarji Castle-where Mahatma Gandhi once lived in 1945, the now deserted Catholic Church, the Venna falls, the chinamans fall and Dhobis falls; the Sunrise Point from where Connaught Pick Point, Elphinston Point etc. and various points can also be seen. Afternoon you have an opportunity to go to Panchgani. It is also a popular hill station and splendidly located. Over night stay at Mahabaleswar 
Day : 9
Mahabaleshwar – Mumbai 
After breakfast we drive back to Mumbai. On arrival, check in into hotel. Rest of the day at leisure Over night stay at Mumbai 
Day : 10
Mumbai 
Free for shopping and own independent activities - evening you will be leave from our country with happy and priceless memories