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Departing from Coimbatore airport.
On arrival Shirdi airport.
Pick up from airport.
Hotel Check In.
Sai Baba Temple Darshan (special Dharisanam)
Come back to Hotel.
Overnight Stay at Hotel.
After breakfast and then Hotel check-out.
Proceeding to visit Shani Shingnapur Temple.
Shri Renuka Devi Temple
Finally drop at Shirdi airport
In the Indian state of Tamil Nadu, Coimbatore, also known as Kovai or sometimes spelled as Covai, is a district. It is situated on the banks of the River Noyyal and surrounded by the Ghats of the West. Coimbatore is Tamil Nadu's second-largest city after Chennai and India's 16th largest urban agglomeration.
It is governed by the Municipal Coimbatore Corporation and is the administrative capital of the district of Coimbatore. During the Sangam period, Coimbatore was part of Kongu Nadu between c. The Cheras ruled in the 1st and 4th centuries CE as it acted as the eastern entrance to the Palakkad Gap, the main trade route between (Tamil Nadu) and the west coast (Kerala). Along the ancient trade route that stretched from Muziris to Arikamedu in South India, Coimbatore was situated.
Kongu Nadu was invaded by the medieval Chozhas in the 10th century CE. In the 15th century, the region was controlled by the Vijayanagara Empire, followed by the Nayaks, who implemented the Palayakkarar system under which the region of Kongu Nadu was divided into 24 Palayams. The Coimbatore area came under the Kingdom of Mysore in the later part of the 18th century and in 1799, following the defeat of Tipu Sultan in the Anglo-Mysore Wars, the British East India Company annexed Coimbatore to the Madras Presidency. In the Second Poligar War (1801), when it was Dheeran Chinnamalai 's area of operations, the Coimbatore area played a prominent role.
Shirdi's Sai Baba (died October 15, 1918), also known as Shirdi Sai Baba, was an Indian spiritual master who was considered a manifestation of Sri Dattaguru by his devotees and regarded as a saint and a fakir. During and after his lifetime, he was revered by both his Hindu and Muslim devotees.
He preached, according to accounts of his life, the value of self-realization and criticized love for perishable things. His teachings focus on a moral code of compassion, redemption, helping others, charity, contentment, inner peace, and devotion to God, and the distinction based on religion or caste was also opposed by GuruSai Baba. If he was a Muslim or a Hindu remains unknown. This was of no concern to Sai Baba, however. He gave the Hindu name Dwarakamayi to the mosque in which he resided, performed both Hindu and Muslim rituals, taught using words and figures taken from both traditions, and took samadhi in Shirdi. His teachings blended elements of Hinduism and Islam. One of his well-known epigrams is connected with both Hinduism and Islam, Allah Malik (God is King), and Sabka Malik Ek (Everyone's Master is One). Look at me, he is also known to have said, and I will look at you and Allah tera bhala Karega. He was claimed to be Dattatreya's embodiment.
The birth date of Sai Baba, including his place of birth, remains uncertain, but it is agreed that his birthday falls on September 28th. The most authoritative Shirdi Sai Baba knowledge appears to be extracted from a book written in Marathi in 1922 by a disciple named Hemadpant (also known as Annasaheb Dabholkar / Govind Raghunath) named Shri Sai Satcharitra. The book itself is a compilation based on accounts of Sai Baba from 1910 onwards by his various disciples and the personal observations
The Ranjangaon Ganpati temple or well know as Mahaganpati of Ranjangaon is located in Shirur Taluka about 51.5 km (via Pune - Ahmednagar Highway - in 1 hr 31 min) from Pune. This is the eighth temple visited by devotees who set out on the divine Ashtavinayak tour/Darshan. The idol at Ranjangaon is of Mahaganpati, the most powerful representation of Lord Ganesha. In the events or Ganesh Jayati days, lots of small shops here for shopping and the sweet Prashad (Pedha) of Lord Ganesha.
Managanpati is portrayed, seated on a lotus, flanked by his consorts Siddhi (spiritual power) and Riddhi (prosperity). The idol of Lord Ganesha is also named as 'Mahotkat', and it is said that the idol has 10 trunks and 20 hands. Mahaganpati is depicted as having eight, ten, or twelve arms. It is after invoking this form of Ganpati that Shiva vanquished the demon Tripurasur and so he is also known as Tripurarivade Mahaganpati.
It is believed that the place where Lord Shiva invoked Lord Ganesha and defeated Tripurasura is Ranjangaon (the word Ranjan means the delighted one), before which it had the name of Manipur.
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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.
Parashuram/Parashurama is the Avatar of Lord Vishnu who killed his own mother, Renuka, and his brothers. In Hinduism, Parashurama (or Parshuram ) is said to be the sixth avatar (incarnation) of Lord Vishnu.
The distance between Shirdi and Ranjangaon Ganpati is 115 km.