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How about this tour We take a flight from Bangalore to Shirdi first, then go by road from there and get a glimpse of Mantralayam and go to Solapur and visit the tourist sites there with Shirdi.
Indigo, Spice Jet, Go Fly, Air Asia, Air India, Vistara, Etihad, etc. flights take 1 hour and 40 minutes by air. 17 hours 13 minutes by road
Bangalore is a beautiful town where the airport is very well known. Although maybe Bangalore (Bengaluru) is best known as the tech hub of India, there is actually so much more to be offered! Bangalore is popular for its parks, religious sites, nightlife, architecture, and shopping.
Although Bangalore (Bengaluru) is perhaps best known as India’s tech hub, there’s actually so much more to offer! Bangalore is known for its nightlife, parks, places of worship,
Bangalore has the highest number of five-stars seven-star hotels, The glass children in the occasional glasshouse look like an alien state Bengaluru Weather: 25 °C, Wind W at 18 km/h, 74% Humidity
Mantralayam is a holy town located 74 km from Andhra Pradesh’s Kurnool district and 250 km from Hyderabad, its state capital. It is situated close to the Karnataka border and on the banks of the Tungabhadra river.
Sri Guru Raghavendra Swami, a saint who joined a living samadhi before his disciples in the 17th century, is known for Mantralayam. He was a saint of Madhwa who is believed to be a reincarnation of Prahlada (a king of daitya who was rescued by the Narasimha avatar of Lord Vishnu).
The “complex” of Temple and Mutt is the main attraction here. A beautiful sight is the temple elephants and chariots carrying the deity around the temple on special occasions, while the Tungabhadra river is also worth seeing.
Temple of Sri Manchalamma
In the Raghavendra Swamy mutt building on the right corner facing the Mutt building, the Manchalamma temple is situated. Manchalamma is also referred to as Mantralaya or Manchale Village Deity. As Sri Raghavendra Swamy approached Devi according to history to grant Brindavan the estate, she accepted and granted Sri Raghavendra Swamy the estate. So devotees who visit the Swamy mutt of Sri Raghavendra also have to visit the Manchalamma temple.
The district of Solapur lies entirely in the Bhima and Seena Basins. Solapur area, which is blessed with religious and historic tourist attractions, is said to be the district headquarters. Due to the distinct existence of its famous tourist attractions, the city is one of the most sought after holiday places in Maharashtra. Fort Bhuikot is a splendor in itself that, as it is part of the city’s heritage, needs a special mention here.
Then there is the Motibaug Tank, which is another fun place, and tourists will enjoy watching birds here. Migratory birds flock here in large numbers, primarily during the winter months. Next to this tank is a temple known as the Revanisiddheshwar Temple. Nanna-The Great Indian Bustard Sanctuary is also nearby, which is a wildlife reserve.
Phandharpur, popularly known as the Dakshin Kashi of India, is one of the Solapur district’s top sightseeing sites. In India, it is one of the major pilgrimage sights. Here, devotees give Lord Vitthoba their prayers. During the Ashadhi Ekadashi and Kartiki festivals, enormous crowds of devotees gather in this religious location. In Phandarpur there are the temples of Goddess Rukmini and God Vithal.
Another religious place of importance-Akkalkot-is home to the Solapur district. Shri Swami Samarth Maharaj is dedicated to this temple. You must visit the Temple of the Vatavrikhsa and the Math of the Swami that are part of this temple. Tuljapur also falls among this district’s must-see locations. Goddess Tulja Bhawani is venerated here. A wonderful sight in itself is the Siddheshwar Temple, which is situated in the middle of a lake. Solapur, therefore, is a must for religiously inclined people to visit.
Shirdi About Shirdi
A town in the Radha Nagar Panchayat District in the Maharashtra District of Ahmednagar, India. It is situated on the 1st State Highway, 83 km from Rahmat Nagar. The place is famous for being the nineteenth-century place where Sai Baba lived. As the state is located in northern India, tourists who come here clarify that this place is very peaceful and this place has great peace of mind
What’s unique here in Shirdi One of the holiest places in India is considered to be a popular small town located in the Ahmednagar district of Maharashtra. Also known as the Land of Sai, it is famous for the shrine of Shirdi Sai Baba, which is the main attraction of the region. There is actually no Code of Clothes. It is also preferable to wear modest clothes, however. There, people are friendly and welcoming, so with Sarees, Salwar Kameez, Pants, etc., you should have no problems.
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Accommodation: We can provide stay for ( 2*, 3*, 5*, 7* )
2.Double sharing Rooms
5.Royal Suite Rooms
6.Homestay ( as per requirement )
Guide: From Trip start to till end the Tour Guide will be taken care Local Speaking Guide – ( English, Tamil, Hindi, Telugu & Malayalam ) *
Food: Breakfast Lunch Dinner (As per requirement, & customized plan *)
Transports: Bengaluru to Bengaluru Transports* All local vehicle transport
Camera, Gadgets entry fee ( If any ).
And which all are not included in the customized tour itinerary.
The distance between Bengaluru and Mantralayam is 331 km. The road distance is 376.7 km.
It is a must to wear dhoti for gents and Indian attire like sari, salwar kameez for ladies to enter the sanctum if you want to go near to the Brindavan or do aarthi on your own. A few priests don't let ladies wearing salwar kameez go near the Brindavan, so it would be ideal to wear a saree.