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Places To Explore-Chennai To Shirdi:
Chennai, Tamil Nadu ‘s capital, is the gateway to several places of interest. This town is a fantastic mix of cultural extravaganza. The presence of gleaming beaches, restaurants, religious sites such as temples and churches, historical attractions and much more makes this town worth exploring.
Travelers from all over the world come to Chennai but use this place as a transit spot only to visit Pondicherry, Madurai, Kanchipuram, Kochi, Varkala and many more places. Due to its hustling busy life, the city ‘s unique attractions are often overlooked. But even more than that, Chennai is. It is a significant historic town with amazing sightseeing spots.
Covelong or Kovelam Beach is one of the less crowded beaches where you can enjoy some tranquilly and seclusion. Picturesque views and azure blue waters make Covelong one of Chennai’s most romantic locations, where couples can spend some personal time.
This conservation society has helped to raise consciousness about this wonderful creature, which is home to many endangered crocodile species. It is situated on the East Coast road and is close to Chennai among many popular tourist destinations. The Madras Crocodile Bank is worth a visit, with 17 species and a population of 1700.
Certainly every devotee of the saint visits the Sai Baba temple, and not many are aware of the numerous other places to visit in Shirdi. Shirdi is now turning into a tourist centre, a renowned pilgrimage centre, given the bunch of crowds that visit it regularly.A great weekend getaway destination for Pune , Mumbai and Nagpur residents, today Shirdi is much more than temples.
In total, these diverse tourist spots offer enough for all types of travellers to comfortably spend two to three days at this Sai home. Most of these places take you back in time and give you a glimpse of his and the villagers life. It definitely proves to be an fascinating experience for those devotees who want to learn about their lives.
All in all, these varied tourist spots offer enough to comfortably spend two to three days at this Sai home for all types of travellers. Many of these places take you back in time , giving you a glimpse of his life and that of the villagers. It proves to be certainly a fascinating experience for those devotees who want to learn about their lives.
Jangli Maharaj Ashram:
Jangli Maharaj Ashram is a children’s coeducational, boarding school in Shirdi. It is the property of the spiritual guru Om Gurudev. It is well maintained and tourists wishing to explore any spirituality can visit it. The ashram is a 7 kilometre long fast drive from Shirdi and can be visited on the same day.
Shani shingnapur is Lord Shani Dev’s small town and birthplace. It’s no wonder but real to say that the entire city has been without robbery for many years due to the fear of adverse effects from Lord Shani, and it’s true that most outlets are also lockless due to no fear of the thefts.Maintain half day schedule for visiting Shani Shingnapur. That is about 65 km from Shirdi and 81 km from Aurangabad.
One of twelve major shrines dedicated to the goddess Shiva, Grishneshwar Jyotirlinga Temple features a red-brick architecture with lots of intricate designs, exquisite carvings and Indian god statues. Notice that photography is not permitted inside when you visit. Using our travel route planner to add Grishneshwar Jyotirlinga Temple and other attractions to your holiday plans in Aurangabad.
Grishneshwar Jyotirlinga Temple:
Grishneshwar Jyotirlinga Temple, also referred to as the Ghrneshwar Temple or Dhushmeshwar Temple, is one of the shrines dedicated to Lord Shiva referred to in the Shiva Purana. The temple is an important pilgrimage site in Hinduism’s Shaiva tradition which regards it as the last or twelfth Jyotirlinga (linga of light).
The Grishneswar temple is an illustration of the architectural style and structure of South Indian temples. The temple is made of a five-tier shikara, constructed of red rocks. Maloji Bhosale restored the temple, and later Queen Ahilyabai Holkar.
In the 13th and 14th centuries the temple structure was demolished by the Sultanate of Delhi. The temple went through several restoration rounds followed by a re-destruction during the war between Mughal and Maratha. It was reconstructed in the present form in the 18th century, under the patronage of Indore ‘s Queen Ahilyabai Holkar, after the collapse of the Mughal Empire.
For more than a decade, the 34 caves at Ellora and the 29 caves at Ajanta remained in darkness, until John Smith, a British Army officer, inadvertently stumbled upon them during an 1819 hunting expedition. Ajanta and Ellora are monument sites listed under India’s Archeological Survey and have been included in the list of monuments on the World Heritage list.
Pune also houses the Osho International Meditation Ashram, and the Iyengar Yoga Institute headquarters. Renowned for adventure activities such as hiking, rappelling, lake crossing, paragliding and jungle trekking, Pune constantly sees many adventure junkies flocking into the area.
The Paragliding School and Flying Club, which operates from October to June barring the monsoon season, is situated just an hour drive from Pune. The Gliding Center in Pune helps you to experience a birs flight and at negligible cost give you an aerial view of Pune.
Mahurgad, also known as Mahur, is a town in the vicinity of Nanded, very popular for its temples. Mahur is famous for the temple of Renuka Devi and very few people know about the temple of Ekaveerikadevi and they mostly call the temple of Renukadevi a shaktipeeth. It says Ekaveerika Devi is Renukadevi’s elder sister. Temple Renukadevi is an 800 year old temple.
This small village lies 65 km from Shirdi. The village’s most surprising aspect is that the people don’t build a door to their home. You can see that not even one house has doors because people in this village believe that the god Shani Bhagawan protects them from evils and theft and their possessions. .God Shani Bhagawan has a temple where only male devotees are permitted to pray.
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Located at a distance of 65 kms from Shirdi in the Ahmednagar district, the Shani Shingnapur Temple is dedicated to Lord Shaneshwar or Lord Shanidev.
The distance is only 110 KM from Shirdi to Ellora but it will take 3 hrs to cover.