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The second largest city in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu is Coimbatore. It is a major commercial centre 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.
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 centre today, and millions of its devotees from all over the world come to pay their respects every year.
January through March are 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.
Ellora Grishneshwar Yatra
Grishneshwar Jyotirlinga Temple, sometimes referred to as the Ghrneshwar or Dhushmeshwar Temple, is one of the shrines dedicated to Lord Shiva that is referenced in the Shiva Purana. The word Ghrneshwara means “lord of compassion”. The temple is an important pilgrimage site in the Shaiva tradition of Hinduism, which considers it as the last or twelfth Jyotirlinga (linga of light). This pilgrimage site is located in Ellora (also called Verul), less than a kilometer from Ellora Caves – a UNESCO World Heritage site. It is about 30 kilometres (19 miles) north-west of the city of Aurangabad, and about 300 kilometres (190 miles) east-northeast from Mumbai.
The temple structure was destroyed by the Delhi Sultanate in 13th and 14th-century. The temple went through several rounds of rebuilding followed by re-destruction during the Mughal-Maratha conflict. It was rebuilt in the current form in the 18th century under the sponsorship of queen Ahilyabai Holkar of Indore, after the fall of the Mughal Empire. It is presently an important and active pilgrimage site of the Hindus and attracts long lines of devotees daily. Anyone can enter the temple premises and its inner chambers, but to enter the sanctum sanctorum core (garbha-ghrya) of the temple, the local Hindu tradition demands that men must go bare-chested.
Coimbatore To Shridi Ellora Grishneshwar Yatra
Reserve your private tour and discover Aurangabad’s history and culture. Starting at 8:00 a.m., we take you from the hotel into the holy temple, the Grishneshwar temple, where we get a better understanding of culture. Shortly after visiting the temple, visitors can head for the splendid Caves of Ellora where they will learn about the origins of cellars and the past. We’ll also visit the renowned temple in Bhadra Maruti, and before finishing our trip you will witness the replica of Taj Mahal the largest monument in Aurangabad, Bibi Ka Makbara.
ItineraryAt: Grishneshwar Temple Grishneshwar Temple, sometimes called a Ghrneshwar Jyotirlinga or Dhushmeshwar Temple, is one of 12 Jyotirlinga Shrines mentioned in the Shiva Purana. In shaivism, this temple is the last or twelfth Jiotirlinga (linga of light) which is an important pilgrimage site. The Ellora Cellars is a series of Hindu, Buddhist cellars and cellars and is a good example of the religious harmony of ancient times. It is located at Ellora. Duration: 1 hourStop At: Ellora Caves, Aurongabad, District of Aurangabad, Maharashtra Duration: 2 hours Stop At: Bhadra Marut, Aurangabad, district of Aurangabad, Maharashtra The Ellora cave is within 1 km from Grishneshwar Temple. Duration 2 hoursStop At: Lord Hanuman, monkey deity. The Temple of Bhadra Maruti has also the distinction of being the only Temple of Hanuman with the deity in a place to rest or sleep. Distance: 30 minutesStop: Bibi Ka Maqbara, Aurangabad, District of Aurangabad, MaharashtraThe place is about 3kms from the main town and is the place of rest.
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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.