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The ancient city of Tiruchirappalli (Trichy) is soaked in spirituality and history, lying along the banks of the River Cauvery. Speckled with a host of temples and a smattering of other religious sites, the city is a heaven for pilgrims, in peace and tranquilly, who can get closer to their god.
The Church of Our Lady of Lourdes is a popular stopover on the tourist circuit, located near Rock Fort. It is modelled after the Basilica of Lourdes in France, a world-famous pilgrimage site on the southern fringe of the region. The jaw-dropping architecture resonates with fine Indian craftsmanship and attracts fans from all over the globe. Tiruchirappalli, or Trichinopoly as it was called by the British, is one of the major cities of Tamil Nadu, renowned for its temples and fertile landscapes, as well as its educational institutions and manufacturing units of energy equipment, with a special mention of the handmade Trichinopoly or Tritchi cigars, a favourite of the British generals of the 1900s.
Travel to the serene Manathattai Agraharam in Kulithalai, to visit the Prasanna Kalyana Venkatachalapathy, Kasi Visalakshi Viswanatha and Karunathri Vinayaka Temples in December-January, and listen to the musical storey of Radha Kalyanam.
Planetarium of the Anna Science Centre:
The Environmental Gallery and 3D displays from the Planetarium are sure to be spectacular. The Night Sky Program and displays on space missions, deep oceans, etc. will be pretty interesting to students.
Temple of Venkatachalapathy Prasanna:
In the belief that psychological disturbances and diseases will be cured, pilgrims visit the renowned Gunaseelam Vishnu Temple. The temple has a rehabilitation facility where holy water and devotional offerings are used to treat patients.
The ancient Jain Caves and Hindu temples of the Narthamalai Hills are said to have been founded in the 9th century by the Muttaraiyer Rulers. The Hills have some of the most ancient temples and edicts cut from wood. Narthamalai is approximately 25 km away from Trichy.
Butter Masala Dosa and Idli Manchurian at Sangeetha’s, Vasantha Bhavan’s Sambar Bonda and Masala Milk, Arusuvai’s Biryani and non-veg rice. Call to the Bombay Chapathi Chapathis and Variety Rice Center, Bombay Badam Milk Shop for Badam Milk and Lassi, Sri Krishna ‘s Red Chutney Kuzhi Paniyaram, Thai Kebabs and Chicken Tangdi Masala and Gujarathi Sweets.
Near the Rock Fort temple tank for saris and jewellery, Poompuhar and Khadi Kraft for handicrafts and bronze glass, Gandhi Street for wooden handicrafts, visit Chinna Kadai street. Shop for iron cast utensils at the shops in the Srirangam temple complex, such as dosa pans, kadais and woks, wicker baskets and bronze idols.
On the Ahmednagar-Manmad highway, Shirdi is a small town and an eternal place of rejuvenation. Located about 307 kilometres northeast of Mumbai, Shirdi is home to a great saint, Sai Baba, who lived there for eighty years or so before entering his Samadhi. Other places of interest in and around Shirdi include Dwarkamai, Chavadi and Shani Shingnapur, in addition to Sai Baba temple.
At Tour My India, we give a Shirdi weekend tour that will take you to one of India’s most popular holy destinations. Many pilgrims visit this place every year to give their prayers to Sai Baba, the great legend, for his mercy. So, be ready for our Shirdi Weekend Tour and make it interesting for your weekend.
Chavadi: The location is next to Dwarkamai. This sacred place is next to Dwarkamai, where Sai Baba used to sleep every other night. Sai Baba was brought to Chavadi by his disciples in the decorated Palkhi. The tradition of spending alternate nights at Chavadi, his Mahanirvan, started on 10 December 1909 and continued until 1918.
The Ellora Caves, an archaeological site about 30 km from Aurangabad, are listed
as a World Heritage Site. It belongs to the state of Maharashtra and is believed to have been carved out and founded by the Rashtrakuta dynasty at the beginning.
These systems ultimately come under three categories, the Buddhist group, the Hindu group and the Jain group, for a total of 34 caves. The Buddhist group consists of the first twelve caves, the next seventeen in the Hindu group, while the five caves in the Jain group.
Grishneshwar is famous for its Lord Shiva Temple. It is one of Lord Shiva ‘s 12 Jotirlingas in India and one of the four Jotirlingas situated in the state of Maharashtra. Aunda Nagnath, Trimbakeshwar and Bheemashanker are the other three. Grishneshwar is situated on the Aurangabad-Dhulia Highway, about 30 km from Aurangabad.
The temple was restored in the 16th century by Chattarapati ‘s grandfather, Maharaj Shivaji Maloji Raje Bhosle. And by Ahilyabai Holkar again in the 18th century. Kashi Vishwanath temple at Baners and Vishnupad mandir at Gaya were also renovated by Ahilyabai.
Ganesh Utsav 2020: There is a group of eight Ganesha temples known as the Ashtavinayakas in Maharashtra, near Pune, among the many tirthas in India, which are considered to be important pilgrimage sites, particularly by the followers of the sect of Ganapatya.
Himachal’s small and beautiful towns are popular options for peaceful weekend getaways from Delhi. The best escape one can have is a weekend getaway to Renuka Lake, 83 km from Nahan in the Sirmaur district of Himachal Pradesh.
This one is highly popular among city dwellers, like other popular Himachal cities, Kasauli, Kasol, Dharamshala, Manali. The factors are proximity, good connectivity, stunning beauty and the perfect weather (from Delhi and Chandigarh).
Lord Shanidev — Many people from all over the world worship the personification of the planet Saturn with the utmost respect and devotion. In black stone, the spectacle of the god is daunting. A peculiar feature of this position is that the Shanidev is not housed in any temple building. There is only a plain platform on
which, in black stone, the swayambhu idol stands.
The location where the Holy Body of Baba rests in Samadhi is Sai Baba’s Samadhi Mandir. An Indian spiritual guru and a fakir, both Hindus and Muslims worship Shri Sai baba in Shirdi. Sai baba firmly believed in religious uniformity and never, on the basis of caste , creed or faith, differentiated anybody.
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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: Trichy to Trichy Transports* All local vehicle transport
Camera, Gadgets entry fee ( If any ).
And which all are not included in the customized tour itinerary.