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Nashik is one of the popular religious destinations amongst people of all religions including Hindus, Buddhists and Jains. Out of numerous historical temples, the Someshwar Temple is the popular one. The temple town of Trimbakeshwar and Panchavati are other notable religious attractions here. 

Itineraries

Day 1

Shirdi to Pandaripuram

On arrival Shirdi airport and then Pick up from airport.
After Refreshment @ Hotel- Shirdi.
Then transfer to Pandaripuram.
Pandaripuram temple Dharisanam.
Then proceed towards Shirdi.
Hotel Check in.
Overnight stay at Shirdi.

Day 2

Shirdi to Nashik

Have an early morning breakfast at the hotel by 07:30 am.
Post breakfast, check out from the hotel and leave for Shani Shignapur in an AC vehicle (approx. 78 kms).
After completing Darshan at Shani Shingnapur proceed to Nashik (approx. 140 kms)
(places to see at Nasik: Trimbakeshwar Jyotirling, Panchvati, Kalaram temple, Saptashringi Devi Temple, Nandurmadhmeshwar).
Return back to Shirdi
Overnight stay at Hotel.

Day 3

Departure

After breakfast and then Hotel Check-out.
Small Purchase.
Finally drop at Shirdi airport.

Shirdi Sai Baba

An exceptional characteristic of Sai Baba is that he is above faith, caste, or creed distinctions. Many claims that he is Hindu, some call him a Prophet. He represented all religions, and he was stripped of all rigor. Hindus and Muslims find their meeting point in Sai, and the great love and respect which Baba inspires in them unite people from all religions and all walks of life.”I look at it with an open heart,” Baba said, and among his diverse devotees, he did not brook any conflict or religious prejudice. Sai Baba is revered as one of India’s greatest saints ever seen, blessed with unprecedented powers, and worshipped as an incarnate Deity. This enigmatic being, who came as a youth unannounced at Shirdi and stayed there throughout his long life, changed the lives of those who met him and continues to do so for those whose hearts are touched by his love.

Pandharpur

Paandharpur Lord is also known by means of the other names, Pandurang, Vitthal or Pandhari, is meant to be The Supreme God of The Universe for all of the Maharashtrians and an incarnation of Lord Shiva and Vishnu. Pandharpur is likewise Known as “Southern Kashi of India”,  Pandharpur Vitthal Rukmani Temple – Shri Vitthal Rukmani temple, Pandharpur is the main center of worship for the Hindu deity Vitthal, believed to be a neighborhood form of the god Krishna or Vishnu and his consort Rakhumai or Rukmini. A dip inside the holy river Chandrabhaga on whose banks Pandharpur is living is believed to have the electricity to wash all sins. Prettily placed at the majestic banks of River Chandra bagha, Pundalik Temple portrays Lord Vitthal as its leader deity. Vitthal is one of the manifestations of Lord Vishnu. The important shrine is a 5-story building with a pyramidal gun spire. The statue of Jaya and Vijaya flanks Lord Vithal.

The important appeal of this square-fashioned temple is its portico, which has a measurement of 25′ via 17′. This portico holds the idol of Lord Shiva, which is blanketed by way of a brass cover. It is a commonplace exercise that the devotees should wash their feet within the heat water spring that flows adjacent to the temple before they embark their darshan of the lord.

Paandharpur Lord is also known by means of the other names, Pandurang, Vitthal or Pandhari, is meant to be The Supreme God of The Universe for all of the Maharashtrians and an incarnation of Lord Shiva and Vishnu. Pandharpur is likewise Known as “Southern Kashi of India”,  Pandharpur Vitthal Rukmani Temple – Shri Vitthal Rukmani temple, Pandharpur is the main center of worship for the Hindu deity Vitthal, believed to be a neighborhood form of the god Krishna or Vishnu and his consort Rakhumai or Rukmini. A dip inside the holy river Chandrabhaga on whose banks Pandharpur is living is believed to have the electricity to wash all sins. Prettily placed at the majestic banks of River Chandra bagha, Pundalik Temple portrays Lord Vitthal as its leader deity. Vitthal is one of the manifestations of Lord Vishnu. The important shrine is a 5-story building with a pyramidal gun spire. The statue of Jaya and Vijaya flanks Lord Vithal.

The important appeal of this square-fashioned temple is its portico, which has a measurement of 25′ via 17′. This portico holds the idol of Lord Shiva, which is blanketed by way of a brass cover. It is a commonplace exercise that the devotees should wash their feet within the heat water spring that flows adjacent to the temple before they embark their darshan of the lord.

 

Shani Shignapur

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 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.

 

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 emperor, Peshwa Nana Saheb, the temple is mentioned in the powerful Mrityunjaya mantra which confers immortality and longevity. The temple grounds, built-in classical architecture, also mentions the Kushavarta or Kunda which is believed to be the source of the Godavari River. The Jyotirlingas’ fascinating feature is its three faces which symbolize Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu, and Lord Rudra. Just male devotees are permitted in the temple’s central area, or ‘garbhagriha.’Here, wearing a novella or a silk dhoti is customary. When devotees wish to engage in the Abhishekam, they will book pandits.

 

Panchvati, Nashik

Holy land for the believers of Ramayana, Panchvati attracts a whole lot of pilgrims. A serene town positioned near Nasik, the website gives small sightings having a number of importance inside the epic of Ramayana. Given the legend of Panchvati, the location holds quite a few nonsecular importance even in the present day. Sites including the Kalaram Temple and the Sita Gufaa are on each pilgrim’s list. The Kumbh Mela takes vicinity on the river banks of Godavari and has a surplus of pilgrims from each corner of the arena at some stage on the occasion. The town of Nasik has top-notch importance within the Hindu faith, and Panchvati has its own share of legends associated with it. It is believed that when Lord Ram together with Sita and Lakshman went into exile for 14 years, they made Panchavati their home. The word actually means ‘Garden of Five Banyan Trees’. The bushes can still be visible inside the temple premises near Sita Gufa and are believed to have existed even during the instances of Ramayana.

 

Kalaram Temple

The authentic temple of Lord Rama changed into very vintage, expected to be of the Rashtrakuta Period from 7th to eleventh centuries. However, the antiquity of the Rama idol threw light on the truth that it turned into an extra 2000 years. The unique temple was destroyed become substantially destroyed by way of Muslim rulers and it remained in a demolished situation. However, for the duration of the first Islamic assault at the Temple, the idol of Lord became thrown in the Godavari River through the Temple Brahmins so as to store it. The new temple became funded through Sardar Rangarao Odhekar and became rebuilt around 1788. Once, Odhekar had a dream that the statue of Rama in black coloration changed inside the Godavari River. He completed an excursion of reviving the idol and miraculously were given it. Odhekar took the statue from the river and constructed the temple. Odhekar’s excursion is a critical part of Nashik’s records. There is a statue of Sardar Odhekar in the temple. According to the historic epic of the Ramayana, Lord Rama became sent in exile for fourteen years. After the 10th yr of exile, Lord Rama at the side of Lakshman and Seeta lived for two and half years at the northern financial institution of the Godavari near Nasik. 

 

Saptashrungi

Saptashrungi is a Hindu pilgrimage spot located around 60 km from Nasik. The temple of the goddess Saptashrungi Nivasin is also the half ‘Shakti Peeth’ of the 3 and a 1/2 Shakti Peethas located in Maharashtra. It is thought that one of the limbs of the proper arm of Sati fell here. Saptashrungi is surrounded by seven mountain peaks having 108 bodies of water which might be known as Dundas and forests loaded with medicinal herbs. To reach the pinnacle of the temple, one needs to take 510 steps or a ropeway which takes around 2 mins for youngsters. There is a canteen serving meals. During special gala’s like Navratri and Poornima, the temple gives loose meals to its devotees. The Devil is said to be ‘swayambhu’ in the two leveled temple, that is, self-manifested. The 8-foot-high idol is wrapped in sindoor and is thus a bright orange fire. The glorious goddess is armed for eighteen and carries arms of insurmountable power in each hand. She was given these weapons to fight and to bring down the evil demon Mahishasura. The Goddess is crowned with a high and graceful crown and a diamond nose-ring as regards the goddess. Necklaces are also a feature of her daily wardrobe. A cape and a blouse spill graciously onto the figure and are replaced with brand new dresses picked out for the Devil every day. She is given a formal Abhishek before she is ready for worship, which is a bath of warm water. During festivals, the god is adorned with special and luxurious ornaments that otherwise lie in the temple’s protected custody. The Saptashrungi temple courtyard has a trident or Trishula crowned with bells and lamps.

 

Accommodation: We can provide stay for ( 2*, 3*, 5*, 7* )

1.Solo Traveler

2.Double sharing Rooms

3.Suite Rooms

4.Deluxe 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*)

Personal Expensive.

Camera, Gadgets entry fee ( If any ).

Tips.

And which all are not included in the customized tour itinerary.  

There are 3 ways to get from Shirdi to Trimbakeshwar Shiva Temple by bus, taxi or car.

The total straight line distance between Shirdi and Pandaripuram is 755 KM (kilometers) and 800 meters. The miles based distance from Shirdi to Pandaripuram is 469.6 miles.

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