Sunday, April 28, 2019

Review of Wet n Joy Water Park in Shirdi – entry fees, timing and attractions

wet n joy water park in shirdi entry fee

Wet n Joy Water Park in Shirdi

Wet n Joy Water Park in Shirdi is one of the hangout places for travelers, tourists or devotees coming from a different region to the Shirdi during the summer season. I am from Nashik and here I will discuss my experience visiting this water park. Many people from Nashik city keep visiting this water park in the summer season due to no availability of a big water park in Nashik. Shubham Water Park is the only water park in Nashik city that is spread over a limited area with no big rides. But I am sure small kids would love visiting there. For them that is okay but for adults one-time visit is sufficient. Let’s come back to the Wet n Joy Water Park in Shirdi and talk about it.


Wet n Joy Water Park is located at a distance of 2 km from the well-known Sai Samadhi temple in Shirdi and just opposite to the Sai Teerth – The spiritual theme park dedicated to Sai. This is easily accessible through any vehicle. Sufficient parking space available for 2 wheelers as well as 4 wheelers in front of the water park. One more branch of Wet n Joy available in Lonavala, Pune.

How to reach Wet n Joy Water Park, Shirdi from Nashik?

This is just 2 hours travel from Nashik so you may carry your own vehicle to visit the Wet n Joy water park in Shirdi. But if you do not have one still no worries.  There are numerous vehicles traveling to and from Shirdi at a regular interval, you may catch any of them from CBS, Nashik road bus station or Bytco point. I suggest leaving at 8:00 am so that you reach Water Park on time that is 10:00 am, the opening time. You may catch luxury sleeper buses too from Nashik road at 8:00 am heading towards Shirdi. They won’t cost you much.

Wet n Joy water park entry fees, locker and costume charges:

Wet n Joy Water Park entry fees in 2019

  • Entry fee for adults – Rs. 900 per person
  • Entry fee for Children height 3’3” to 4’6” – Rs. 600 per person
  • Entry fee for Children below height 3’3” – Free

All these prices are inclusive of GST 18%.

We have been visiting Wet n Joy Water Park in Shirdi consecutively for 3 years. The first time we landed here in 2017, then the entry fee was 750 including food. In 2018, the entry fees remained the same excluding food. The food was discounted from the entry fees. Now in 2019, GST 18% added and the total amount per person is 900. Food is not included in the entry fees.

Locker service

Locker service is available at Rs. 100.

Luggage room

Luggage room is available at Rs. 500.

Costume charges

Nylon costume is compulsory to enter in the pool or enjoy the rides. If you do not carry your own costume then you may get it here on rent. The condition of the costumes is satisfactory.

  • Costumes price for gents set: Rs. 100
  • Costumes price for ladies set: Rs. 100
  • Costumes price for kids: Rs. 50
  • Towel prices: Rs. 50

A refundable deposit amount of extra Rs. 100 applicable for a locker, luggage room and adults’ costumes and Rs. 50 for kids' costumes and towel.

Also, there are tubes available for kids on rent at Rs. 100 plus refundable deposit Rs. 100. If you want a cap then you need to purchase it as they are not available on rent. Better you carry your own water kinds of stuff if you have already.

Timing of Wet n Joy Water Park in Shirdi: 

Wet n Joy Water Park, Shirdi is open from 10 am to 6 pm. All rides do not start at sharp 10 am because most of the people are engaged in booking tickets, being ready in nylon costumes and entering the water park. After 11 am all the rides start and till then (if you are ready and entered) you can enjoy the rain dance or play with water in the pool with your family or group.

Attractions in Wet n Joy water park in Shirdi: 

Wet n Joy Water Park in Shirdi is widespread over a large area and spacious enough to accommodate various amazing rides and the crowd with ease. There are several different types of attractions for all age groups to experience during your trip to this Water Park. Let me mention the attractions here:

  1. Lazy River: Long and twisted river through which you pass slowly on the tube enjoying the various scenario. This is super fun with the group. 
  2. Pendulum ride
  3. Cyclone ride
  4. Tornado ride
  5. Anaconda
  6. Cruseder
  7. Family river
  8. Funnel 
  9. Daredevil drop
  10. Freefall drop
  11. Multi racer ride
  12. Multiplay station
  13. Family ride
  14. Kids pool with kids ride
  15. Thunder wave pool
  16. Swing chair
  17. Rain dance

wet n joy water park in shirdi entry fee

wet n joy water park in shirdi entry fee

wet n joy water park in shirdi entry fee

wet n joy water park in shirdi entry fee

wet n joy water park in shirdi entry fee

wet n joy water park in shirdi entry fee

Find more detail of the rides from the Wet n Joy Water Park website.

We enjoyed all the rides here. Kids also do not lag behind to entertain themselves as they are provided with kids’ pool and small kids’ ride. You need to spend here full day to experience all the rides with ease. On Sundays the water park is crowded and I like visiting on Sundays only. There are few rides where singles are not allowed so you need to be with your partner to enjoy those rides.

Water quality of the water park:

Water being supplied here throughout the water park is not very clear but okay. This is a bit salty. When you are out of the water and dried well then you will notice a layer of white substance like salt all over your body and costume.

Staff and safety: 

Most of the staff personnel here are quite active and taking care of visitors.


Wet n Joy Water Park is equipped with Friends Restaurant offering various types of snacks and food items. Outside food is strictly not allowed inside. The taste of the food and snacks is okay. Seating arrangements are sufficient enough.
wet n joy water park in shirdi entry fee

Washroom and Changing room: 

I found a washroom in a clean and hygienic state and I was happy to see it because I presume a dirty and sinking washroom in crowded places. The changing room was also clean and tidy enough.

Address and contact details of Wet n Joy Water Park in Shirdi:

Wet N Joy Water Park
Near Sun-N-Sand Hotel, Post: Nighoj, Taluka: Rahata,
Ahmednagar, Shirdi, Maharashtra. Pin- 423109
Phone: 9850586650, 9527640000/50000
If you have any query then you may clear it by contacting on above numbers.


Despite being a bit costly this time in 2019, overall it has been a nice experience every time we visited this water park and I will surely recommend Wet n Joy Water Park in Shirdi to the others. 

Thursday, April 18, 2019

How to clean air conditioner at home for better cooling

how to clean air conditioner filter at home for better cooling

Clean air conditioner at home for better cooling

A few days back the air conditioner in my bedroom was not performing well and it was not cooling properly like before. We could feel the inefficiency of the air conditioner (AC). We were feeling the higher temperature though it was set at a lower temperature that is 18-degree cent. We bought it one year back and operated continuously for 2-3 months in the summer season and after that, it was not in much use when the monsoon started. We forgot or you can say missed servicing or cleaning of air conditioner filters. After one year when again the summer season arrived with annoying hot temperature then again we switched to the air conditioner (AC). Now the air conditioner was not cooling properly. Then we thought of cleaning air conditioner filters which might be clogged with dirt resulting in malfunctioning of the air conditioner. There are several reasons if air conditioner not cooling properly mentioned below.

Reasons for air conditioner not cooling properly

  • Dirty air filter clogged with dust blocking air flow.
  • Too high room temperature causing longer cooling process.
  • Improper circulation of air due to blockage (like curtain etc) in front of the air conditioner.
  • Open door or ventilation points in the room through which cold air is escaped. 

In our case, the reason for not cooling properly was clogged air filter with dust. So we followed the below procedure and cleaned the air filters.

How to clean the air conditioner at home for better cooling step by step:

  • Switch off the power of the air conditioner and remove the power cord from the plug.
  • Open air conditioner by lifting up the front panel from both sides.
    open lg air conditioner to clean
  • Check the air filter inside. It gets clogged with dirt which results in poor air circulation.
    dirty air filter
    Dirty Air Filter
  • Remove dirt from the air filter with the help of a brush. You can see the dirt coming out.
    cleaning air filter using brush
  • Once all the dirt is removed then clean the air filter with water.
  • Now the air filter is clean. Keep it for drying.
  • Cleaning the air filter is the major part of cleaning air conditioners for better cooling. Other than air filters there are various parts also (like an anti-allergy filter, plasma filter, 3M filter depending on the model type) which need to be cleaned from time to time. Refer the corresponding manual of the air conditioner for better understanding of these parts. 
  • Wipe air conditioner with a dry cloth or a blower to remove the dust or dirt from other sections.
  • Clean the back side of the outdoor unit which is clogged with dirt using forceful water. Avoid using water on the front side of the outdoor unit.
    clean air conditioner back side

We cleaned our air conditioner using this procedure and it helped. After cleaning, the air conditioner cooling is better like it was before. Maintenance manual says to clean the air conditioner air filter once in two weeks and now I will follow the same to avoid the poor cooling.

Have you experienced the same problem with your air conditioner? How did you tackle the problem of poor cooling?

Monday, April 8, 2019

Muktidham Temple – a tourist attraction in Nashik, Dharamshala room booking

Muktidham Temple in Nashik

Muktidham is one of the tourists’ attractions in Nashik. This is located near to the Nashik Road Railway station and easily reachable. This is a spacious marble temple which embraced all Hindu deities together. The replicas of all 12 Jyotirlinga also found here. Since all the deities are there in this temple and visiting here means you attain MUKTI hence the name of the temple is Muktidham.  Enough space inside and outside of the temple where one can sit and unwind. You can discover internal harmony here. Pilgrims are offered reasonable accommodation in their Bhaktniwas Dharamshala behind the temple.

Also, read Trimbakeshwar temple in Nashik.
Muktidham temple nashik
Muktidham Temple


This temple is situated in Bytco Point in Nashik Road at a distance of less than a kilometer from Nashik Raod railway station. This is the center point of Nashik road and easily accessible within 5 minutes from the railway station through any vehicle.

Muktidham Dharamshala or Bhaktniwas

Tourists looking for cheap accommodation in Nashik can check out this option once. It costs Rs. 400 to Rs. 550 per day depending on the room you pick for you. If you have to accommodate an extra person in the same room then an extra charge of Rs. 50 per person asked to pay. Booking is done after reaching there. They do not allow advance booking. You need to check out in 24 hours.
muktidham dharamshala room booking
Muktidham Dharamshala or Bhaktniwas

Shopping and entertainment near Muktidham temple, Nashik

  • Surrounding of this temple is crowded with street shops and street vendors offering different items to the visitors. What I like the most to watch out and shop here are Earrings. Yes, there are so many earring designs on the shops and ‘thelas’, that too at a very low price ranging from Rs.10 to Rs.60. Of course, there are other jewelry items too but I always look for earrings. I just cannot resist myself.
  • muktidham temple nashik
  • Nashik is famous for grapes, wine, and raisins (kishmish). Here raisins you get at the price around half of the price in the market. None of the tourists are back without kishmish. There are lots of vendors selling raisins in one line. All types of raisins like black, brown, sonaka, the small one, longer one, etc are available, pick your choice, test it and take it.
    kishmish market near muktidham temple
  • Somani garden and Mini fun land; these are two attractions where kids will enjoy their time. Somani garden also offers few rides and jumping bouncers for the kids. Mini fun land is a kid’s entertainment place where 9-10 rides are packed in a limited space. But this is good for small kids under 7-8 years. Horse riding also available there for short distance which costs Rs. 20 for around 300 meters.
    Somani garden near Muktidham temple
    Somani garden near Muktidham temple

    Mini Fun Land near Muktidham temple
    Mini Fun Land near Muktidham temple

Hotels and restaurants

Street foods are available beside temple offering pav bhaji, Chinese food, Pani puri, dabeli, samosa, south Indian dishes etc. If you are not interested in street foods offered here then you may go to hotel Rasoi, Mathura, Orange Tree, and Grape City nearer to the temple. There are many hotels and restaurants near the Muktidham temple. Just step outside and lookout, you will find several hotels of your choice within walking distance.

Have you visited this place? If yes then would you like sharing your experience with us?

Wednesday, April 3, 2019

How to vote in India during Lok Sabha elections 2019

How to vote in elections
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How to vote during Lok Sabha elections 2019

Lok Sabha elections 2019 are listed in seven phases and India is ready to vote and finalize their next PM. Be ready with your Voter ID card and pack yourself with the all the required details needed to vote during the Lok Sabha election period.

Are you ready to vote? What you need to know before voting?

  1. Voting/Election dates: Lok Sabha elections in 2019 are scheduled from 11th April 2019 to 19th May 2019 is seven phases and the results of the elections will be declared on 23rd May 2019.
    Phase 1 – 11th April
    Phase 2 – 18th April
    Phase 3 – 23rd April
    Phase 4 – 29th April
    Phase 5 – 6th May
    Phase 6 – 12th May
    Phase 7 – 19th May

    Visit the website of Election Commission of India for more details on elections.

  2. Be ready with your voter ID. If you are a registered voter then check or verify your name in Voter List or Electoral roll. If your name appears in Voter list or electoral roll then only you can vote. If you are a new voter and yet to register to vote then get yourself registered as soon as possible.
    Also, read How to do online voter registration - New voter or shifted to another state.

    how to register and vote online
    Also if you are shifted or relocated to another state or constituency then change/update your address.

    How to check your name in Voter list?
    Online method: Visit National Voters’ Service Portal (, enter your EPIC no. and search.
    Telephonic method (by calling): Call the Voter helpline 1950. Add your STD code before 1950.
    Telephonic method (by SMS): SMS <ECI> space <EPIC No> to Voter helpline 1950.

  3. The voter should be aware of the candidate who filed his/her nomination papers from a particular region. Visit for the details of the candidates’ records.

  4. Find your polling booth where you will vote for your candidate. You may discover your polling booth online at, otherwise, you may call Voter helpline 1950 as you did for checking your name in voter list. Also, you may SMS <ECIPS>space<EPIC No> to 1950 to find your polling booth or station.

  5. Download Voter helpline app. This helps voters to find various information related to the election.
    voter helpline app

  6. What you need to carry for voting?
    Voters are not allowed inside the polling booth with a camera, mobile phone or any other electronic gadgets. Carry your recognized identity card for voting or polling. Any one of the following will do:
    • Voter ID card (EPIC - Electors Photo Identity Card)
    • Passport
    • PAN Card
    • Driving License
    • Aadhaar Card
    • Service Identity Cards with photograph allotted to employees
    • Bank/Post Office Passbooks with a photograph
    • Smart Card issued by RGI under NPR
    • Pension document with a photograph
    • Health Insurance Smart Card 
    • MNREGA (Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee) Job Card
    • Official identity cards issued to MPs/MLAs/MLCs

  7. Voting will be done on EVM-VVPAT so get some information on these machines.
    EVM - Electronic Voting Machine
    VVPAT - Voter Verifiable Paper Audit Trail (VVPAT)
Visit Systematic Voters’ Education and Electoral Participation ( for detail guide on voting.

So are you done with your preparation and ready to vote?

Monday, April 1, 2019

How to get voter ID card online – new voter or shifted to another state or constituency

how to get voter id card online

How to get new voter ID card online - step by step

We all are ready to vote in this election and anyone here who missed to register to vote earlier or someone who turned 18 years now and became eligible to vote then he/she may follow the steps here for online voter registration in India and get yourself voter ID and vote for the better future of our country India.
The one who is relocated or transferred or shifted to another state, he/she can also change or update his/her constituency on the voter ID card as per the new address using the same procedure mentioned below.

Also, read How to vote during Lok Sabha Elections 2019.

Eligibility for registration to vote in India: 

If you are an Indian citizen with an age of 18 years or more then you may apply for registration to vote in India. To vote in a particular area of the constituency, you must be a resident of the same.

How to register online for the voter ID card (Online voter registration)-step by step:

  1. Visit the website National Voters’ Service Portal  This is intended to help national voters of India and guide them for various procedures and education related to voting.
  2. Click on the “Apply online for registration of new voter/due to shifting from AC- Form 6” as shown in the below image. It opens Form 6. This form is for the one who is registering to vote first time i.e. new voter and also the one who is shifted from a constituency to another constituency. 
    how to get voter id card online
  3. Now fill up Form 6 properly. Attach or upload the supporting documents required i.e. your passport size photograph, address proof and age proof and submit. The size of the supporting documents being uploaded along with Form 6 should not exceed 2 MB.
    • Any one of the below age proof documents can be attached with the application:
      - Birth certificate
      - PAN card
      - Driving license
      - Indian passport
      - Aadhar card
      - Mark sheet of class 8 or 5 or 10 if the date of birth is mentioned on it.
    • Any one of the below address proof documents can be attached with the application:
      - Indian passport
      - Driving license
      - Ration card
      - Bank Passbook or Kisan passbook or Post office passbook
      - Income tax assessment order
      - Rent agreement (it should be latest)
      - Water bill/telephone bill/electricity bill/gas connection bill on the same address. It may be on the name of the applicants or their parents.
  4. After submission, your application with the required documents will be verified and if everything goes well then your name will be added in the Voter list or Electoral roll and you will be notified.
  5. You may track your application status at by entering the reference id you get after submission of application.
  6. Once your name is added in voter list or electoral roll then you may find or verify your name here at link Visit Systematic Voters’ Education and Electoral Participation ( for more information on voting.

Lok Sabha elections 2019 schedules and dates:

Lok Sabha elections 2019 are scheduled from 11th Apr to 19th May 2019 in seven phases for 543 constituencies and the election results will be declared on 23rd May’19.

Lok Sabha election dates for a total of 543 constituencies in 2019:

Phase 1 - 11th Apr
Phase 2 - 18th April
Phase 3 - 23rd April
Phase 4 - 29th April
Phase 5 - 6th May
Phase 6 - 12th May
Phase 7 - 19th May

Visit the website of Election Commission of India for more information on Lok Sabha elections 2019.