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Mumbai is home to three UNESCO World Heritage Sites: the Elephanta Caves, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus and the distinctive Victorian and Art Deco architectural ensemble of the city.
Mumbai is a densely populated town on the West coast of India. A banking hub, it’s the biggest city in India. The landmark Indian stone arch gateway, designed by the British Raj in 1924, stands on the shores of Mumbai Harbour. The neighboring Elephanta Island offshore houses ancient cave temples devoted to the Hindu god Shiva. Even famous for the city as the center of the Bollywood film industry.Mumbai is home to three UNESCO World Heritage Sites: the Elephanta Caves, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus and the distinctive Victorian and Art Deco architectural ensemble of the city. Mumbai is India’s capital of trade, retail, and culture. The entrance from the sea into Mumbai Harbor reveals a magnificent panorama framed on the mainland by the Western Ghats mountain range. The wide harbor, lined with islands and dotted with countless small craft’s white sails, provides ships with safe shelter, especially when storms lash the coast. The largest of the islands in the harbor is Elephanta, famed for its Hindu cave temples of the 8th and 9th centuries. Coconut palms, mango trees, tamarinds, and banyan trees are common trees in the region. Once upon a time, Salsette Island was the home of wild animals such as lions, leopards, jackals, and deers. Yet some aren’t there any longer. Animal life now includes cows, oxen, sheep, goats, and other domestic species, and monkeys. Birdlife comprises vultures, pigeons, peacocks, cranes, ducks. Mumbai is a pleasant holiday resort situated near the Kanheri Caves; the caves, numbering over 100, were the site of an ancient Buddhist university and contain gigantic Buddhist sculptures dating from the 2nd to 9th century BCE. There are many public gardens, including the Jijamata Udyan, which houses Mumbai’s zoo in the town itself; the Baptista Garden, situated in a water reservoir, also in the middle of the town.
India Gate, official name Delhi Memorial, originally called All-India War Memorial, New Delhi’s monumental sandstone arch, dedicated to British Indian troops who had died in wars. India Gate at the eastern end of the Rajpath (formerly known as the Kingsway) is about 42 meters (138 feet ) long. Arch, a curved member in architecture and civil engineering that is used for spanning an opening and supporting loads from above. The Arch provided the foundation for the vault’s development. Modern steel, concrete, or laminated wood arches are highly stiff and lightweight, making the horizontal thrust against the supports small; this thrust can be further reduced by stretching a tie between the arch ends. India Gate, an important city monument, is a memorial built to commemorate over 80,000 Indian soldiers killed during the First World War. The monument is an imposing 42-meter-high arch, designed by the famous architect Edwin Lutyens. Earlier, India Gate was named All India War Memorial.At the gate was inscribed 13,300 names of servicemen and several United Kingdom troops and police. This structure, called Amar Jawan Jyoti, has served as the unknown soldier’s Indian tomb since 1971.
No holiday is complete without shopping for friends, family and even ourselves for some souvenirs. Yet since it’s Mumbai, one of India’s two fashion hubs, you’ve got a lot more to try and fill your shopping bags with! As we all know how huge and crowded the town is, it can be overwhelming to visit all the shopping spots and decide what items to buy in Mumbai city.
Zaveri Bazaar, Colaba Causeway Market, Crawford Market, Mangaldas Market, Linking Road, Hill Road, Chor Bazaar, Fashion Street, Hindmata Cloth Market, Lokhandwala Market And etc.
Shirdi Sai Baba
Shirdi is a city in Maharashtra state, in west India. It is known as the former home of revered spiritual leader Sai Baba, and a pilgrimage site of great importance. Devotees gather daily to honor his legacy at Sai Baba Temple complex. Here the shrine of Samadhi Mandir has an ornate marble statue of Sai Baba next to his tomb.Close by are Dwarkamai, a mosque where Sai Baba once lived, and tree-lined Lendi Garden
Ellora Caves chiseled into perfection between the 4th and the 9th century belongs to the Buddhist, Hindu, and Jain faiths. One of Maharashtra’s most interesting archeological sites, Ellora is the epitome of Indian rock-cut architecture, dating back to the Rashtrakuta dynasty around 1,500 years ago. There are 34 caves in all, of which 12 are Buddhist, 17 are Hindu and 5 are Jain. A protected site under the aegis of India’s Archeological Survey, Cave No. 16 is a World Heritage Site built from a single monolithic foundation, popularly known as Kailash Temple.
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Grishneshwar Temple is one of India’s 12 Jyotirlingas, located in Ellora. Also known as Ghirneshwar or Dhushmeshwar Temple, this Aurangabad Jyotirlinga is devoted to Lord Shiva and is considered an important place of pilgrimage. Grishneshwar is the Jyotirlingas’ smallest and is considered India’s last or twelfth Jyotirlinga. Entry to the Temple of Grishneshwar is available to all, but to reach the Garbhagriha (the central sanctum that houses the Shiva Linga), people need to be bare-hearted. It is also one of India’s only Jyotirlingas, where devotees can bare-handedly reach the Shiva Linga. The temple architecture follows a South Indian style and is known to be one of Aurangabad’s holiest places to visit. The Grishneshwar Temple’s five-tiered shikhara is spectacularly carved and constructed in the typical style of temple architecture. The present type temple was restored several times during the 18th century by Queen Ahilyabai Holkar of Indore.
The story of Shri Shaneshwar Devasthan Shani Shingnapur at District Ahmednagar’s Taluka Naivasha is famous, far and wide, as the shrine of countless devotees. Within The Guinness Book of World Records, the number of amazing achievements occupies a place of pride. The populace of Ahmednagar is popularly known as the place of saints. God Shani occupies a place of fear in the minds of most people in India. There is in people’s minds unnecessary terror over God Shani. How are you scared of God Shani, In our day-to-day life, strength and mercy are of great importance in our lives. Shani Shingnapur is a one-of-a-kind village in India, and perhaps the world, renowned for the fact that no house here has any doors. Village residents feel little security need, owing to their belief in special protection from the Hindu deity Shani, whose famous temple is situated here.
Renuka Matha Manthir
Renuka is a Hindu goddess worshiped predominantly in the Maharashtra and southern Indian states of Karnataka, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, and Tamil Nadu. The Maharashtra temple of Renuka is considered to be one of the shakti peethas. One of Renuka Yellamma Thalli’s famous temples is situated at Balkampet in Hyderabad where Yellamma Kalyanothsavam is celebrated with thousands of pilgrims performing special rituals to get Renuka Yellamma Thalli’s blessings every year in the Ashadha month. Interestingly, the goddess’ idol is 10 feet deeper than the ground level. The Balkampet Yellamma temple complex also has a well and some devotees believe the water in the well heals all the ills. Hence a bath here is meant to purify you from all disorders and skin diseases. This Sacred Water is called Theertham.
Mahalakshmi Temple Kolhapur
Shri Ambabai Mahalaxmi Kolhapur Temple, in Maharashtra, India, is one of the state’s most prominent Hindu temples. Kolhapur and the temple are located on the banks of the River Panchganga. The Navagrahas, Surya, Mahishasuramardini, Vitthal-Rakhmai, Shiva, Vishnu, Tulja Bhavani, and others have several other shrines in the courtyard. Many of these pictures date back to the 11th century, although others of them come from modern times. The temple tank “Manikarnika Kund” is also located in the courtyard, on whose bank is a shrine for Visweshwar Mahadev. Also known as Goddess Ambabai, Mahalakshmi is a revered Goddess among Hindus. The temple holds a reputation as one of India’s most important pilgrim sites. The temple is about 5 km from the town’s Train Station and Main Bus Depot. A temple in honor of Goddess Bhavani is near the temple.
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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: All local vehicle transport (Private Vehicle Basis*)
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