Experience 5D Lanka Dahan Show And Visit 10 Temples At Sai Teerth, India’s First Devotional Theme Park In Shirdi

by Suchismita Pal 202

Have you ever visited a theme park that immerses you in a spiritual experience too? Located just 5 minutes from Shirdi Sai Baba Temple, the Sai Teerth Theme Park is India’s first and only devotional theme park. From a 5D show on Lanka Dahan to Dwarkamai, the park comprises unique attractions and all of them can be covered in a span of just 3 hours.

Sai Teerth is an architectural wonder which has four major attractions- Dwarkamai, Lanka Dahan, Sabka Malik Ek and Teerth Yatra. Let’s learn about each of them in detail.

Attractions At Sai Teerth Devotional Theme Park, Shirdi

Teerth Yatra

Sai Teerth Shirdi

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It takes you on a spiritual ride through the ten most prominent temples in India, like Badrinath, Kedarnath, Meenakshi, Balaji, Puri and Dwarka, to name a few. It is a one-of-its-kind experience that lets you witness all these temples in one place. Also, the shrines look exactly like the original ones.

Lanka Dahan 5D

Sai Teerth Shirdi

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It gives you a 5D experience of the epic Lanka Dahan chapter. Feel like being a part of the episode where Hanuman burns Lanka with components of air, water, sound, movement and touch. It brings the adventure of Hanuman to life.

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Sabka Malik Ek

Sai Teerth Shirdi

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Sai Baba did not believe in one religion. According to him, there is only one God. In his own words, “Sabka Malik Ek.” This is a giant theatre that showcases a one-hour film on the life of Sai Baba. It tells the story of how Sai Baba had once lit a lamp with just water in the absence of oil.


Sai Teerth Shirdi

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In this 10-minute robotic and animatronic show, Sai Baba appears to come to life and address his followers in a very personal way. It contains 250 seats and displays the Dwarkamai building as it appeared centuries ago.

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Apart from these, the theme park has a restaurant and a traditional market. The park has an entry fee of ₹475. But if you’re a Curly Tales follower, you can enjoy entry and all rides at the park by paying just ₹400.

At Sai Teerth Devotional Theme Park, you and your family will have an unforgettable experience!

Where: Shirdi, Maharashtra 423109

When:  10 AM to 6 PM

Cost: ₹400 per person, all-inclusive for Curly Tales followers ( Original price ₹475)

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