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Salem to Shirdi, Ellora, Grishneshwar Yatra
Selam to Mumbai Ashtavinayak Kolhapur Pandharpur Shirdi Tour
Start the Mumbai Tour by 8. I’m going to Mahad Ashtavinayak Temple, then visit Pali Ashtavinayak Temple, a night stay in Pune.
From there, visit Lenyadri Ashtavinayak Temple & Ranjangaon Ashtavinayak Temple at Pune Hotel. Visit Ozar Ashtavinayak Temple in the morning.
Visit Their Ashtavinayak Temple from Pune early morning, continue to Siddhatek Ashtavinayak Temple, then visit Moregaon Ashtavinayak Temple back to Pune overnight stay in Pune Hotel.
One of the Shaktipeeth Temple-visit Mahalakshmi Temple-night stops in Kolhapur, continue to Kolhapur in the morning.
To visit Rukmani Devi Temple, Pundalika Temple, Vishnupad Temple & Sri Radha Pandrinath, go to Solapur in the morning. Switch to Solapur-Solapur night stop.
You can visit other temples within the same complex as, Dwarakamayi, Chavadi, Khandoba Raya temple, night rest in Shirdi, morning proceed to Shirdi-Saibaba Temple
Shanishingnapur Temple drop at Mumbai optional visit to Saibaba Temple tour
In the southeastern corner of Tamil Nadu, the district of Thoothukudi or Tuticorin is situated. It is bounded to the north by the districts of Tirunelveli, Virudhunagar and Ramanathapuram, to the east and southeast by the Gulf of Mannar, to the west and southwest by the District of Tirunelveli. After bifurcating the Tirunelveli District, Thoothukudi District was carved out in the year 1986.
Thoothukudi was renowned for its pearl diving and shipbuilding (hence the nickname Pearl City (Muthu Nagaram in Tamil). In the early 20th century, with leaders such as the poet Subramanya Bharathy, Veerapandiya Kattabomman, Venni Kalady, Vellaya Thevan, and V.O., Thoothukudi became the nucleus of the Indian independence movement.
The Mutharamman temple is located 20 km from Tiruchendur (Thoothukudi Dist) and is known for the famous Dasara festival, where the festival is attended by folk dance artists from all over the state. In this village, more than 1500,000 devotees gather together and celebrate Navarathiri. In its early days, this coastal village used to be a port.
It is 18 km away. In Tiruchendur. It is situated on the seashore of the Bay of Bengal. Here, where the Cross is said to have been brought from Jerusalem, is an ancient Roman Catholic Church. This Church is also associated with St. Xavier, the famous West Missionary. It is named “Chinna Jerusalem” (Small Jerusalem), as there are other small churches here in this area.
Thiruchendur Temple of Murugan
It is Tuticorin’s prime attraction, situated along the seashore. The presiding deities are Lord Murugan and his consort Valli, Deivanai. It is one of Lord Murugan’s six Holy Abodes. Senthilandavar is the word of Lord Murugan. This temple is worth visiting with its tall gopuram and vibrant sculptures.
Saibaba Temple Shirdi is situated in Maharashtra, approximately 270 km from Mumbai. Shirdi is recognized as the birthplace of Sai Baba’s revered spiritual leader, and a major pilgrimage site. Shirdi Samadhi Mandir Temple, alongside his tomb, has a magnificent marble statue of Sai Baba. Nearby is Dwarkamai, a mosque where Sai Baba once lived, and the tree-lined Lendi Garden. The Land of Sai is called Shirdi.
The Mandir is made of stones and the Samadhi of Baba is made of white marble stones. A railing is installed around the Samadhi in marble and is full of ornamental ornaments. Two silver pillars packed with decorative designs are in front of the Samadhi. There is a wonderful statue of Sai Baba made of Italian marble just behind the Samadhi, which shows him sitting on a chair.
Bhimashankar is a popular religious center located near the popular trekking destination of Karjat, within the state of Maharashtra. One of the twelve Holy Jyotirlinga shrines found in India, five of which are located in Maharashtra itself, is particularly famous for being home to Bhimashankar.
Best places in Bhimashankar to stay
Near Bhimashankar temple, visitors can find several budget and mid-range hotels. Temple priests often make living arrangements that are simple living. Better accommodation facilities are provided in Ghodegaon and Manchar, about 45 km and 65 km away, respectively.
The religious town of Trimbakeshwar, about 30 km from Nashik, is home to one of Lord Shiva’s most popular and unique Jyotirlingas. The town’s official name is Trimbak, but it is called Trimbakeshwar by most citizens, after the temple. A pond in the temple buildings is the source of the Godavari River. Combined with a friendly environment, the calm atmosphere makes Trimbakeshwar a perfect destination for nature lovers.
One of the 12 Jyotirlingas in India, Grishneshwar Temple, situated in Ellora, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Also known as the Temple of Ghrneshwar or Dhushmeshwar, this Jyotirlinga is dedicated to Lord Shiva in Aurangabad and is considered an important pilgrimage site. The smallest of the Jyotirlingas is Grishneshwar and is considered to be India’s last or 12th Jyotirlinga.
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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: Salem to Salem Transports* All local vehicle transport
Camera, Gadgets entry fee ( If any ).
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