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Departing from Chennai airport.
On arrival Mumbai Airport.
Pick up from airport and then transfer to the Hotel.
Hotel Check In.
After Lunch, then proceed towards Mumbai city tour.
Dharshan @ siddhivinayak-temple .
Come back to Hotel.
Overnight stay @ Hotel.
After Breakfast and then check out from the Hotel.
Then proceed to visit India Gate.
Small Purchase @ famous shopping streets and Malls.
After Lunch, starting towards Shirdi.
Hotel Check In.
Overnight stay @ Hotel.
After breakfast at Hotel.
Then transfer to Pandaripuram.
Pandaripuram temple Dharisanam.
Then proceed towards Shirdi.
Overnight stay at Shirdi.
Early Morning Sai Baba Dharshan (Special Dharshan).
After breakfast and then Hotel Check out.
Finally drop at Shirdi airport.
Attractive Places To Visit Chennai To Mumbai:
The capital of the country of Tamil Nadu is Chennai, on the Bay of Bengal in Eastern India. The town is home to Fort St. George, established in 1644 and now a museum showing the origins of the town as an outpost trading British navy garrison and East India enterprise, although it becomes Madras.
Chennai, inspired by Tamil traditions and a distinctive cosmopolitan flair, is an Indian city like no other. Discover centuries-old art forms such as Bharata Natyam dance and the veena's stringed instrument performances, or snack on fusion food and try philtre coffee modern adventure appeals. It's worth taking the time to immerse yourself in a special local culture, much more than a gateway city.
On a roller-coaster, pass loopy, grab the panoramic view on a cable car, splash on the Himalayan water drive, or get confused about the mirrored home. This amusement park is a main attraction for children and adults alike with over 50 extra rides unfolding over an area of 70 acres.
Marina Seaside enjoys the limelight of every tourist and locals for being the second longest (urban) herbal seaside in the country, extending 13 kilometres in a span from St. George Citadel to Mahabalipuram. When you take a stroll along the coastline, watch cricket fits, fish markets, kids flying kites and astrologers on the seafront side.
A spectacular paradox of chaos and hope, modernity and tradition is Mumbai, the capital city of the Indian State of Maharashtra. Famously known as the City of Dreams, Mumbai is a beautifully mixed melting pot of cultures and lifestyles, once known as Bombay.
Without a doubt, the Gateway of India is one of Mumbai's most famous tourist hotspots. It is one of the city of Mumbai 's defining monuments and was built in 1924. The building, to commemorate the visit of King George V and Queen Mary to Mumbai, was undertaken by the famous architect George Wittet.
Juhu beach is Mumbai 's longest beach and also the most popular among tourists. It is renowned for its wide range of street foods which have a typical Mumbai flavour and are sweet and sour. Juhu's surrounding area is one of Mumbai's most posh locations and is host to a number of famous celebrities from Bollywood and TV.
PANDHARPUR-Shri. Vitthal and Shri. Rukmini are holy sites. It is also known as India 's Southern Kashi and Maharashtra State's Kuldaivat. It is located 72 km away by road. From Solapur District HQ. On the Miraj-Kurduwadi-Latur railway track, the Pandharpur Railway Station falls.
The ancient Shri. Vitthal temple was rebuilt in 1195 A.D. There are also other temples of many Saints of Indian Dieties and Mathas (Dharmshalas). The Chandrabhaga river (Bhima) flows through the town. Large numbers of devotees from all over India gather at Pandharpur mainly to celebrate every year the Aashadhi and Kartiki Ekadashis in addition to regular devotee rush.
Sant Kaikadi Maharaj Math-It is on the city's north side. It is a modern invention that reflects the ethos of the epic Gods and Saints. It can take at least two hours to see the complete Math
Gujarathi Devsthan – It is on the opposite side of the Bhima River. The pilgrims must traverse the river and visit the Temple of Shrinathji.
Shirdi, the pious land of Sai Baba, is a well-known town in Maharashtra's Ahmednagar district. Because of the pristine manifestation of the divine figure, known as Sai Baba, appearing on the land of this city, this place is famous. Shirdi's name comes from the Tamil word 'Seeradi' which translates as 'foot of prosperity.' It is crowded in the middle of the year with thousands of devotees.
The temple of Shirdi Sai is a magnificent shrine situated above Shri Sai Baba's Samadhi. It was formed to do Shri Sai Baba 's services in 1922. Shri Saibaba arrived in Shirdi village in Maharashtra district of Ahmednagar and remained until his death. Saibaba sought refuge in the temple of Khandoba, where Mahalsapathi, a villager, addressed him in the temple as Saint Sai Baba.
Chavadi: This holy place is located next to Dwarkamai where every alternate night Sai Baba used to sleep. Sai Baba was brought to Chavadi by his disciples in the decorated Palkhi. In a ceremonial procession every Thursday night, Baba's footprints are carried from Dwarkamai to Chavadi. Chavadi is a small two bedroom home. The room where Baba used to sleep is not open to women, even today.
Marine Drive, Indian Gateway, Chowpatty Beach, Siddhivinayak Temple, Juhu Beach, Dharavi Slum, Worli Seaface, Haji Ali, Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, Aksa Beach, Versova Beach, Colaba Causeway Market, Chor Bazaar, Powai Lake, Kanheri Caves, Gorai Beach, Shivaji Park, ISKCON Temple, Global Vipassana Pagoda, Mumbai Zoo and more.
Mumbai is also home to one of the largest slum areas and home to the richest and hence it is only appropriate to describe Mumbai as a city for all. Of course, the majorously spoken language is Hindi, but this city has warmly welcomed people from all faiths and religion. Visit Mumbai if you want to know and experience diversity. This town has its own language, Bambaiiya Hindi, as well.
Sri Kshetra Pandharpur is a well-known pilgrimage town situated in Solapur district, Maharashtra , India, on the banks of the Chandrabhaga River. It is a major holy place in Maharashtra, and at Maharashtra it is also called South Kashi. Situated on the bank of the Bhima River, it is famous for the temple of Lord Vitthal.
It is a beautiful temple where Sai Baba was welcomed when, for the second time, he came to Shirdi.
Dwarkamai used to be Sai Baba's abode for the second time, when he came to Shiridi. It is placed right next to the temple.
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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: Chennai to Chennai transports *All local vehicle transport
Camera, Gadgets entry fee ( If any ).
And which all are not included in the customized tour itinerary.
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December to February: Winters are the best time to visit Shirdi as the weather is pleasant and is a great time to enjoy your pilgrimage and sightseeing in Shirdi.
March to May: Summers are not a very busy season and hence is a great time ti visit Shirdi if you'd like to enjoy your pilgrimage minus the crowds.