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  • Devotees from all over the world are thronging here everyday at the Sai Baba Temple and it is a holy experience.
  • Mantralayam is famous for the holy presence of the Brindavan of Sri Guru Raghavendra Swamy. It is believed that Sri Guru Raghavendra Swamy will be in the Brindavan alive for 700 years and blessing the devotees. Also known as Rayaru and Guru Raya by his devotees.
  • Kolhapur gets its name from a fanciful tale of Kolhasur-an evil spirit killed by Goddess Mahalakshmi. The revered sanctuary of Mahalakshmi is here built in memory of the goddess Mahalakshmi.
  • PANDHARPUR – This is a holy place of Shri. Vitthal and Shri. Rukmini. It is also known as the Southern Kashi of India.
  • Lord Shani - Shri Shaneshwar Devasthan Shanishingnapur - the Hindu god associated with the planet Saturn.

Itineraries

Day 1

Madurai.

Pick up from Madurai around 11 Pm.
Then Starting our Journey towards Vellore.(via Dindigul,Salem,Krishnagiri,Vellore).

Day 2

Famous Temples

After Refreshment and Breakfast.
11:00 hrs. Next Proceeding towards Vellore to visit Golden temple darshan.
03:45hrs. Srikalahasti Temple darshan.
06:00hrs. Alamelumanga Temple darshan.
08:00hrs.Overnight stay @ Hotel.

Day 3

Tirupathi

07:00 hrs. Proceeding towards Meltirupathi, Akasha Ganga, Papanasam Theertham and Venkateswara Perumal Temple darshan.
12:00hrs. After Darshan of Lord Venkateswara, the most sought after thing by the pilgrims is the famous, Laddu Prasadam.
03:00 hrs.Chandragiri Perumal Darshan.
Come back to Hotel.
Overnight stay at Hotel.

Day 4

Nandyal and Srisailam

Morning Breakfast and then Check out from Hotel.
Then Proceed towards Nandyal .
To visit Mahanandiswara Swamy Temple.
Then proceed towards Srisailam.
Hotel Check in.
To visit Shiv Jyotirling Shri Mallikarjuna Temple.
Come back to Hotel.
Overnight Stay at Srisailam.

Day 5

Srisailam to Mantralayam

Morning Breakfast and then Check out from Hotel.
Then Proceed towards Mantralayam.
Hotel Check in.
Then proceed towards Ragavendra Temple Darshan.
Come back to Hotel.
Overnight Stay at Mantralayam.

Day 6

Mantralayam to Pandharpur

Early Morning Check out from Hotel and Proceed towards Pandharpur(Solapur).
Hotel Check in.
After Refreshment then proceed towards Pandharpur Vittal Pandurangan Darshan.
Come back to Hotel.
Overnight stay at Hotel.

Day 7

Pandharpur to Kolhapur

Morning Breakfast and then Check out from Hotel.
Then Proceed towards Kolhapur.
Hotel Check in.
After Refreshment then proceed towards Kolhapur Mahalaksmi Temple.
Then proceed towards Pune.
Overnight stay at Hotel.

Day 8

Pune to Shirdi

Morning Breakfast and then check out from Hotel.
Then proceed towards Shirdi.
On the way visit Shani Shingnapur and Renuka Devi Temple.
Hotel Check in.
Evening small purchase.
Overnight stay at Hotel - Shirdi.

Day 9

Shirdi - Towards Madurai

Morning Breakfast and then check out from Hotel.
Shirdi Sai Baba Dharsan.
Then starting our journey towards Madurai.
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Golden Temple Vellore

Sri Sakthi Amma stays at the Peedam Sri Narayani, an institution situated at the edge of a mountain called Kailasha Giri. It is situated in a small village near Vellore in South India, Thirumalaikodi. It is surrounded by mountains and green, stunning landscapes. Thirumalaikodi is 150 km from Chennai and is equidistant from the other two very well developed pilgrimage towns of Chennai Tirupathi as well as Tiruvannamalai. The three towns form a triangle when interconnected by straight lines. Several centuries ago in Thirumalaikodi, saints and sages practiced extreme penance for the Eternal Mother for many years. They begged for the Divine Mother to come back to Earth and shield life from Dark Age afflictions. The sages’ selfless sacrifices were answered by the Goddess, who consented to incarnate on Earth in human form.

Srikalahasteeswara temple

Srikalahasti Temple is in the town of Srikalahasti, in Andhra Pradesh state, India. It is one of South India’s most prominent Shiva temples and is said to be the site where Kannappa was able to give both his eyes to cover blood streaming from the Siva linga before it was halted by the Siva and granted him moksha. The Shiva lingam dedicated to this temple is worshiped under the name Kalahastiswara in the form of Lord Shiva. Legend has it that Bhakta Kannabpar devoted his eyes to the lingam (Shiva) that was originally at this temple site. That is, the tale shows that Shiva’s examination which wanted to test his devotion proved his furious devotion. It is a legend that Lord Shiva consecrated himself to Kannabpar later on. The temple is composed of two sections. In the 5th century, the interior was designed, and in the 12th century, the exterior. During the reign of the Chola kings, all the buildings we see outside were created by the first, second, and third Kulothunga cholas. While the look of the tower and other buildings of this temple are contrasted with architectural features of the Chola temple. Devotees visit this site not only to worship Lord Shiva but also to conduct horoscopes linked to Rahu and Ketu. Much of the pilgrims who make the pilgrimage to Tirupati visit Kalahasti daily and worship this God of Kalahasti.

GODDESS ALAMELU:

This deity is also identified as Alamelu, Alarmelmangai, Padmavathi, and Alarmelmagnai. The form of Goddess Lakshmi is believed to be She. ‘Mangai’ means a mother. Therefore the word Alarmelmangai means “Lady sitting on a lotus. Goddess Alamelu is Lord Venkateswara’s consort. The deity Alamelu, an incarnation of Lakshmi, is thought to The daughter of Akasha Raja, the ruler of this country, was born and we d Venkateshwara of Tirupati. It should be remembered that another name for Goddess Manasa is also Padmavathi. The principal dwelling place of Goddess Alamelu is Tiruchanoor, also known as Alemelu Mangapuran. This is a neighborhood of the City of Tirupati. It is a practice that pilgrims at Tirupati-Tirumala Balaji, venerating Lord Venkateshwara, should also give obeisance to Goddess Alamelu at Tiruchanoor. Goddess Alamelu presents itself in Tiruchanoor as Goddess Sri Padmavathi Devi. Her temple is one of the sites of great veneration in the South. It draws every day thousands of devoted pilgrims.

Papavinasam Theertham

The Papavinasaram Theertham in Tirupati is a lovely and religious spot and the best holy place to pray. The location has a hypnotic waterfall whose water is considered to be holy and a dive in it washes away all the mistakes and wrongdoings. With its stunning appeal, the Papavinasam waterfalls captivate many visitors from around the world. Pure streams of water streaming down the hill turn it into a hypnotic natural wonder. Walking on a rugged path amidst nature is a relaxing journey to enter the waterfall. In the dam, the reservoir stops the water from running into the Theertham. Countless magnificent fishes can be found in the river. There are many lovely gardens near the dam where, after the holy swim, the tourists can spend some time.

Tirupati Balaji temple

The Hindu scriptures gloriously describe this temple as the earthly place where Lord Vishnu resides during Kali’s age. One of the most pivotal landmarks of Hindu mythology is the Tirupati Balaji or Shree Venkateshwara Swami temple, holding a magnificent position in Andhra Pradesh’s Chittoor district. Tirumala Hills fall within the Seshachalam Hills range. Hills above sea level are 853 meters (2.799 ft). The Hills consist of seven peaks which represent Adisesha ‘s seven heads. The temple lies on the 7th peak-Venkatadri, a holy water tank on the southern banks of Sri Swami Pushkarini. Hence the temple is also called Seven Hills Temple. The town of Tirumala covers an area of some 10.33 sq mi. The Temple is built in Dravidian architecture and is believed to be built over a period of time beginning at 300 AD. AnandaNilayam is called The Garbhagriha (Sanctum Sanctorum). In Garbha griha, the presiding deity, Venkateswara, is in standing position and faces East. The temple follows the tradition of worship at Vaikhanasa Agama. The temple is one of the eight Kshetras of Vishnu Swayambhu and is listed as the 106th and last earthly Divya Desam. The Temple premises had two modern Queue complex buildings to organize the pilgrim rush, the Tarigonda Vengamamba Annaprasadam complex to Pilgrims for free meals, hair tonsure buildings, and several pilgrim lodging sites.

Temple Chandragiri

Chandragiri Temple is a revered Hindu temple in Andhra Pradesh’s Chittoor district. Goddess Moolasthana Yellamma, a kind of Goddess Shakti, is enshrined in this temple This beautifully carved temple houses numerous statues of the holy Hindu figurines such as the 9 forms of Goddess Durga and the Ten Mahavidyas, etc. According to one tradition, this holy site is the spot where one of the blood drops from the burned body of Sati falls on Earth where this temple stands-another tradition mentions that Moolasthana Yellama Devi’s temple was built to fend off the evil forces present in the area that caused the villagers to be in disorder. Chandragiri Temple is a prominent Hindu shrine and is frequently visited. While it attracts hundreds of devotees and tourists every day, during the festive season the best time to pay a visit to this shrine is. The January-March to August-October duration is the best time to see the enchanting beauty of Chandragiri Temple.

Mahanandi

is a village east of the Nallamala Hills near Nandyal, district of Kurnool, Andhra Pradesh, India. It is encircled by trees. Nine Nandi shrines known as Nava nandulu occur within 15 km of Mahanandi. Mahanandi a Nava Nandis. The significant shrine, the Mahanandiswara Swamy Temple, is situated here. This antique temple dates back more than 1,500 years. Tablets from the 10th-century inscriptions speak of the temple being constantly restored and demolished. Mahanandi, Shivanandi, Vinayakanandi, Somanandi, Prathamanandi, Garudanandi, Suryanandi, Krishnanandi (also called Vishnunandi), and Naganandi are these nine temples. Between February and March, an annual festival is held here to celebrate Maha Shivaratri, Shiva’s Great Night. The temple is renowned for its pools of freshwater, called Kalyani or Pushkarni. The temple architecture reveals the heavy influence of the Kings of Chalukya in this region. The temple pools exhibit the Vishwakarma’ abilities. Three pools surround the main temple: two small pools at the entry, and one massive pool inside the temple itself. This holiest tank is 60 square feet (5.6 m2) in the center, with an outside pavilion called mandapa. The tank’s inlets and exits are arranged such that the water level is maintained continuously at five feet, allowing the pilgrims to bathe in the holy waters.

Mallikarjuna Swamy Temple

Mallikarjuna Swamy Temple, located in Srisailam, is one of Lord Shiva’s twelve Jyotirlingas. Srisailam is situated in the Andhra Pradesh state Kurnool district. The temple is also one of the Peethas of 18Maha Shakti. The legend behind the shakti peethas is that these were the locations where the body of Sati Devi collapsed while it was being borne by Lord Shiva. It’s assumed that Devi’s lip dropped here. Mahashivratri’s festival is a huge affair here as the festivities begin in full swing and thousands of devotees and pilgrims swarm in the area. The temple is based on the banks of the River Krishna, and devotees here take a holy dip in large numbers after visiting the temple. It is important to both Shaivam and Shaktam ‘s Hindu sects as this temple is referred to as one of Lord Shiva’s twelve Jyotirlingas and as one of goddess Parvati’s eighteen Shakti Peethas. Shiva is worshiped as Mallikarjuna, and the lingam is depicted here. His consort, Bhramaramba, is portrayed as Parvati. It is one of India’s only three temples which reverses both Jyotirlinga and Shakti Peeth. Lord Shiva is called one of the twelve Jyotirlingas in this temple. The temple of Goddess Bramarambha is regarded as one of the fifty-two Shakti peethas. This temple is listed as one of the Paadal Petra Sthalam. On the way to the main temple is situated Shikreshwar temple. It is said that one does not get rebirth. Krishna River here is called PatalGanga by getting darshan in temples. To meet the river one must go down 852 steps. The Shiva Linga is bathed in the river’s water.

pandharpur

Shri. Vitthal and Shri. Rukmini is a sacred place here. It is also known as Indian Southern Kashi and Maharashtra State Kuldaivat. It is situated 72 km away by road. From Headquarters in Solapur District. The railway station at Pandharpur is on the Miraj-Kurduwadi-Latur railway line. The ancient Shri. Vitthal temple was reconstructed in 1195 A.D. Numerous other Indian Deities and Mathas (Dharamshalas) temples of many Saints remain. The Chandrabhaga river (Bhima) flows through the town. Significant numbers of devotees from all over Maharashtra and the surrounding countries come together in Pandharpur to celebrate the Ashadhi and Kartiki Ekadashis every year. Besides the daily stream of everyday devotees. The numerous Saints’ Palanquins (Palakhi) from different locations assemble at Wakhari, five km away. From Pandharpur to Festival Waari. In Lord. Vitthal ‘s main temples perform the various regular rituals such as Kakda Aarati, Mahapooja, Mahanaivedhya, Poshakh, Dhooparati, Padyapooja, Shej Aarti, etc. The temples inside the main temple areas one enters from Namdev Payari and comes from temple Paschim Dwar. Ambabai Kolhapur Temple at Maharashtra, India, is one of the Shakti Peethas mentioned in various Hindu Puranas, The Kolhapur Shakti Peetha is one of six locations with great religious importance where it is believed that one may either attain salvation from wishes or get them fulfilled.

Trimbakeshwar Temple

One of the twelve Jyotirlingas in India, Trimbakeshwar Temple is. Situated in Trimbak, 28 kilometers from Nashik city, at the foot of Brahmagiri Hills, this Shaiva temple is located. Established in the 18th century by the Maratha king, Peshwa Nana Saheb, the temple is stated in the powerful Mrityunjaya mantra which confers immortality and longevity. Conceived in the classical architecture, The temple premises also name the Kushavarta or Kunda, which is said to have been the source of the Godavari River. The Jyotirlingas’ fascinating feature is its three faces which symbolize Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu, and Lord Rudra. Only male devotees are permitted in the temple’s core area, or ‘garbhagriha.’

The Kumbh Mela is one of the world’s biggest religious reunions. This festival is held once every 12 years and draws millions of pilgrims who assemble to take a holy dip in the Godavari. 2015 saw the most recent Kumbh Mela take place. Held in February or March, it is said that Mahashivratri is a special day as devotees claim it was this night that Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati promised the holy marriage union. The tradition persists throughout the day and night with devotees fasting and singing praises up to today. Also known as Karthika Purnima, Hindu believers observe Tripuri Purnima in November or December, which is marked as the Karthika season. It is also known as God’s Lights Festival. The tradition behind this festival is Lord Shiva’s victory over the ghost, Tripurasura, and its three towns. Held in January-February, Rath Poornima is a festival in which Lord Trimbakeshwar’s Five-faced Idol or Panchamukhi Idol is paraded around the city in a chariot. The locals refer to this chariot as a rath.

Shirdi Sai Baba Temple

Saibaba Temple Shirdi is located about 270 kms from Mumbai in Maharashtra. Shirdi is known as the home of revered spiritual leader Sai Baba, and a major pilgrimage site. Shirdi Samadhi Mandir Temple has a beautiful marble statue of Sai Baba, alongside his tomb. Close by are Dwarkamai, a mosque where Sai Baba once lived, and tree-lined Lendi Garden. Shird is called the Land of Sai. A long time ago, at the beginning of the eighteenth century, a young bearded man ( Shirdi Sai baba) with sparkling eyes took shelter in a mosque, in Shirdi Village (of Maharashtra State, In India). Nobody knew from where this stranger had come who hardly spoke a word and stayed there.

Shani Sighnapur

Since visiting the Shirdi temple, Shingnapur has many private vehicles for taking you to the Shingnapur on a seat-share basis. Shani Shingnapur Temple or Shri Shaneshwar Devasthan Temple one of India’s famous Shani temples. Shani Shignapur is a village in the Ahmednagar Maharashtra district. It is situated about 35 km from Ahmednagar. This temple is devoted to the Hindu deity Lord Shani aligned with planet Saturn. Shingnapur in the state of Maharashtra, where villagers eschew protection for their undying trust in Lord Shani, the deity of Saturn, who is considered the village’s protector. Shani Shinganapur is a village Located in Nevasa taluka in the district of Ahmednagar, the village is known for its famous temple of Shani, the Hindu god associated with the planet Saturn (graha). Shingnapur sits 35 km from the city of Ahmednagar. Only Shingnapur is famous for the fact that no village house has doors, just door frames.

Renuka Devi Temple

Renuka Devi turned into a princess and married Jamadagni, a powerful sage. She had 5 sons together with Parasurama (Lord Vishnu’s sixth incarnation). She received the energy thru her determination to her husband and chastity to make a clean pot of sand each day, and positioned water into it, to her husband for his prayers. Renuka typically approaches Daughter of Parasurama or Sixth Incarnation of Lord Vishnu, is of Indian descent. Mahur is the birthplace of God’s daughter Parshuram Goddess Renuka & God Dattatreya, who changed into the son of Goddess Anusaya. Maharashtra’s Shakti Peethas are first-Tuljapur manifesting Bhavani, 2nd-Kolhapur manifesting Mahalakshmi, third-Mahamaya manifesting, And the half of-Jagadamba embodied through Renuka & Saptashrungi In the region many shakti shrines belong to Ambe Jogai & Aundh. Several other temples, which include the Kalika Temple & Anusaya Temple, exist in Mahur. The most well-known among those is the Devi Renuka. Church. Church. The temple is inside the jungle and has a pink-colored dome within the center, constructed on pillars there are pure white inside the pinnacle and contrasting crimson in the bottom. This has round the framework in an open area.

Mantralayam

Mantralayam is a pilgrim village in the district of Kurnool, in Andhra Pradesh, India. It sits on the banks of the Tungabhadra River at the boundary with the neighboring state of Karnataka. Mantralayam, The town is known for the Brindavan of Raghavendra Swami, a holy person who lived in the seventeenth century and who went into a samadhi alive before his devotees. A great many individuals visit the Raghavendra Matha and sanctuaries which are situated on the banks of Tungabhadra River. Mantralayam is popular for the blessed nearness of the Brindavan of Sri Guru Raghavendra Swamy. It is accepted that Sri Guru Raghavendra Swamy will be in the Brindavan alive for a long time and give the enthusiasts. Otherwise called Rayaru and Guru Raya by his devotees. Sri Guru Raghavendra Swamy lived somewhere in the range of 1601 and 1671 was a powerful holy person in Hinduism. He upheld Vaishnavism and the Dvaita reasoning of Sri Madhwacharya. Devotees of the holy person believe him to be a manifestation of Bhakta Prahlada, who was spared by Vishnu in the symbol of Narasimha. Shri Raghavendra Swamy is said to have performed numerous marvels during his lifetime and has a huge following even today. Mantralayam is a little and serene town arranged on the banks of the River Tungabhadra and gets a great many enthusiasts from everywhere over the nation.

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The distance between Shirdi and Pandharpur is 249 km. The road distance is 270.8 km.

Distance between Pune to Kolhapur by Road is 233 Kms

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