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The second-largest city in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu is Coimbatore. It is a major commercial center and Tamil Nadu’s industrial hub and is known as South India’s Manchester.
During the Anglo-Mysore Wars, Coimbatore was desired by the Mysore sultans as well as British forces. In 1768, the town was taken over by the British East India Company troops, but due to treachery, they were forced to abandon it. In 1783, Colonel Fullarton occupied the area but later returned to Tipu Sultan in compliance with the Mangalore Treaty. Coimbatore was, once again, captured by the British at the beginning of the Third Mysore War. Tipu Sultan twice besieged the city and repulsed in the first, succeeded in the second and surrendered to Coimbatore in October 1791. The garrison commanders, Lieutenant Chalmers and Lieutenant Nash were taken to Seringapatnam as prisoners. At the end of the Third Mysore War, Coimbatore fell to the British, but at the cessation of hostilities, Tipu Sultan was restored.
Swamy Temple Mantralayam Sri Raghavendra
Mantralayam is the birthplace of Sri Guru Raghavendra, Madhwa Dwaitha Sampradaya’s illustrious torchbearer, originally suggested by Sri Madwacharya, His Holiness.
The crown jewel of this lineage that brought great renown and adopted the Dwaitha philosophy is Sri Raghavendra. In his previous incarnation as Prahlada, Sri Raghavendra declared himself to be the reincarnation of Bhakta Prahlada and claimed to have carried out a great Yaga in the vicinity of Mantralayam on the banks of the Tungabhadra River.
To show his divine nature, he transformed meat disguised as fruits and flowers, sent to him by Adoni’s Nawab as an offering, into real fruits and flowers. Any sum of fertile land wealth was provided by Adoni’s Nawab as guilt for his misdeeds. But Sri Raghavendra rejected that and decided during those times to take Mantralayam a barren land because he knew its meaning. He obtained Manchalamma ‘s permission to settle the grama devatha of Mantralayam.
Solapur is a town situated near to its border with Karnataka in the south-western part of the Indian state of Maharashtra. Solapur is situated on the main highway and railway routes between Mumbai, Pune, Bangalore, and Hyderabad, linking the cities of Bijapur and Gadag in the neighboring state of Karnataka.
Science Centre Solapur
A pleasant science museum, good size, and number of exhibits in Solapur. There is a special segment with a quiz section on textiles that can be played simultaneously by 4 participants. Indoor and outdoor shows will keep kids occupied for approximately 2 hours while running from one show to another.
Outside the house, there was an open airplane engine with open parts in a decent condition so that I could demonstrate to my son the difference between in-line engine
Shirdi is an Indian town in North Maharashtra. It is situated 185 km east of the shoreline of the Arabian Sea. Before his samadhi in 1918, Shirdi was where Saint Sai Baba lived. It is a pilgrimage center today, and millions of its devotees from all over the world come to pay their respects every year.
January through March is the best time of year to visit Shirdi. Summer is from April to June, accompanied by the monsoon. The arrival of pilgrims peaks between September and November, when there are several Hindu festivals. The anniversary of Baba’s death is commemorated in the month of October, the same date according to the Hindu calendar.
Dussera, Guru Poornima, and Baba’s anniversary of death are some of the most significant festivals in Shirdi. Lakhs of devotees come to Shirdi during this time.
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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: Coimbatore to Coimbatore 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 Coimbatore and Mantralayam is 551 km. The road distance is 702.2 km.
It takes approximately 15h 24m to get from Coimbatore to Mantralayam, including transfers.