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Exploring Places from Chennai To Shirdi :
Chennai today is a flourishing centre for the manufacturing, telecommunications, and healthcare sectors. It also ranks high among the top IT and business process outsourcing centres. After Mumbai the city is home to the country’s second-biggest film industry. Films are also made in Chennai alongside Tamil, Malayalam and Telugu.Tamil stars are venerated, and often went on to rule Tamil Nadu ‘s territory. From Carnatic music and Bharatnatyam to fusion, Chennai has a lot to offer in terms of art and culture. From this city come world famous musicians like AR Rahman and Sivamani. Rahman, too, is known as Madras Mozart. The city is the Mecca for Carnatic music lovers, as thousands of concerts take place in the city.
Originally Chennai was a cluster of small villages until 1639 it was chosen by English merchants of the British East India Company as the location for a factory and port of commerce. It was established by the British as a major urban centre and naval base, and the city had become an administrative center by the 20th Century .
Shirdi Sai Temple is a lovely shrine constructed over Shri Sai Baba’s Samadhi. Shirdi is Shri Sai Baba ‘s famous temple. There are 12 Jyotirlingas located in various parts of India. Maharashtra is where the three most important of these 12 Jyotirlingas are situated.
A massive number of enthusiasts and tourists regularly visit the celestial town of Shirdi for a Darshan of Shri Sai Baba at the Samadhi Temple. The essence of Sai Baba is visible everywhere in this area. There are a few places to visit in Shirdi which are something or other associated with the Holy Saint Sai Baba.
Bhandardara is on the banks of the Pravara River, at an altitude of 750 m. Sage Agastya meditated over here for a year, according to a legend. Pleased with his penance, he was rewarded by Gods with a river Ganga, now known as the Pravara River. This tiny hill station is a mixture of natural wonders, waterfalls, mountains, quietness, greenery, soothing air and untouched ambiance.
PandaripuramPandarpur or Pandaripuram is in Maharashtra on the banks of the Chandrabaga River and is 75 km from Sholapur. Pandarpur ‘s heart is this ancient temple which is visited every day by thousands of devotees. The darshan queue begins right from the 500-meter river bed and passes a foot bridge and a multi-story queue complex before it reaching the temple.
There is also another entrance to this temple for a fast one for ‘Mukha seva’ through which one can have the Lord ‘s quick darshan at a distance of some 20 feet. ShiradiShiradi is a village on NH 48 that runs from Mangalore to Bangalore. Closed circuit TVs are built to catch the pujas given to the Deities. The shiridi ghat begins at Gundya near the small temple “garadi chamundashwari temple.”
The village lies in the Dakshina Kannada district of Puttur taluk. The ghat portion of Western ghats is named Shiradi Ghat, through which NH-48 passes. Once you reach Shiradi, you need to travel a few hundred metres to reach a bridge that takes you right to the popular “Ombathhu Gudda” to start trekking.
Nashik is a must-visit at Maharashtra state. An ancient city that also finds mention in the Hindu epics of Ramayana and Mahabharata, Nashik, apart from its religious one, has so many aspects to offer its tourists. The city is also renowned for having a special experience to offer to its lush vineyards. Nashik is rich in heritage, beautiful countryside and architecture.
Nashik city, located at the Western Ghats foothills and on the banks of the Godavari River, is a well-known travel destination in Maharashtra. Nashik is a very old city in India, so much so that the two very ancient collections of literary works, the Ramayana and the Mahabharata, are mentioned.
It is believed that after “samudra manthan” it spread in four regions when the everlasting drink “amrita” was being carried away from the “asuras.” Subsequently these four regions became the four shrines where Kumbh Mela is held. Nashik is one such shrine and consequently tourism has a strong religious presence in Nashik.
Panchvati is located in the town of Nashik on the left banks of the holy river Godavari.There are some very old and lofty banyan trees near the Kalaram temple which are believed to have originated from five banyans which gave Panchvati its name. The name ‘Panchvati’ derives from the words Panch meaning five and Vati meaning banyan tree. This is the location for Sita Gumph or Sita’s Cave.
Panchavati is a city that is so deeply rooted in legends, or modern day Nashik. Among the places visited by Lord Rama it is very important, as it is where the critical period of his exile takes place. All of Ramayana’s Aranya Kanda is set in Panchavati. Nashik is a town on the foothills of the Western Ghats in Maharashtra ‘s northwest area along the banks of the Godavari River.
The Vitthal Temple and Rukmini Temple are the main tourist attractions in Pandharpur. Another important temple is the Vithoba Temple. Known as India’s “Sourthern Kashi,” Pandharpur proudly hosts the Maharashtra State’s “Kuladivat”-Shree Vitthal and Rukmini.
Next to Shani Shinganapur Temple and Shinganapur village there are some popular sights to see. There are temples of Goddess Laxmi beside Shanidev’s idol. Also in front of these temples is the famous Samadhi of Sant Shri Udasi Baba, and three unknown samadhis as well. In the east direction of the Shanidev’s idol there is a temple of Shri Dattatraya.
Shani Shignapur Temple is a Jeet Devasthan (alive temple) in the district of Ahmednagar, renowned for the mysterious and powerful Lord Shani who is believed to be residing in a black stone to this day. The Hindu God symbolising the planet Saturn is called Swayambhu, meaning that he has arisen in the form of the black stone that scores lakhs of devotees each year.
Trimbakeshwar – a city located in Maharashtra is renowned for its scenic beauty and numerous temples dedicated mainly to Lord Shiva. This city helps you to explore the 12 Jyotirlinga; each of which has its historical significance. The temples are located between the so-called hills – Nilgiri, Katagiri, and Brahmagiri.
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