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Trichy is a beautifully landscaped town with fresh air and cultural extravagances all around, also known as Tiruchirappalli. This city was so enchanting that before the Nayakkas conquered them, the Cholas made it their citadel, eventually making way for the Pallavas under whom Trichy attained artistic perfection one can only imagine.
Rockfort, the fascinating River Cauvery, historical landmarks, serene dams, religious sites and colourful fairs capture the heart of every visitor with its engineering wonder. Trichy is a mosaic of intercultural experiences. The city is among the most famous travel destinations, with a rich heritage and endless attractions.
The most important pilgrimage centre in the district is situated on an island just 7 km from Tiruchi. Srirangam, surrounded on one side by the waters of the Cauveri river and its kollidam tributary on the other, is a 600-acre island-town enclosed within the seven walls of the gigantic Sriranganathaswami Temple. Most of it dates from the 14th to 17th centuries, and many people, including the Cheras, Pandyas, Cholas, Hoysalas and Vijayanagar rulers, have had a hand in its building.
This is one of Shiva’s most revered temples; it is one of the 5 elements of wind (Kalahasti), water (Tiruvanaikka), fire (Tiruvannamalai), earth (Kanchipuram) and space (Chidambaram) depicted by the Panchabhoota Stalams. The primordial aspect of water is expressed in the sanctum by an undying natural spring.
Tiruchirappalli (nullalso referred to as Trichy) is cosmopolitan at heart, albeit an ancient temple town. Nestled on the banks of the River Cauvery, after Chennai, Coimbatore and Madurai, it is Tamil Nadu’s fourth largest city. Rock Fort Temple, perched on the spur of a promontory, is associated with Trichy. It provides a bird’s eye view of the cityscape dissected by the Cauvery, an emblematic landmark.
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. Today, Baba’s footprints are transported from Dwarkamai to Chavadi in a ceremonial procession every Thursday night. Chavadi is a tiny building that has two rooms.
Bhimashankar is the sixth of the Dwadasha Jyotirlingas series of Jyotirlingas. The temple is very ancient and surrounded by green forest and scenic nature. The area is absolutely surrounded by thick forest, which is also regarded by the Indian Government as a wild life sanctuary.
In the city of Trimbak, in the Trimbakeshwar tehsil in the Nashik District of Maharashtra, India, 28 km from the city of Nashik, Trimbakeshwar or Trambakeshwar is an ancient Hindu temple. It is one of the twelve Jyotirlingas and is dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is situated at the source of the longest river in peninsular India, the Godavari River.
Grishneshwar Temple, also known as Ghushmeshwar, is one of the 12 embodiments of Lord Shiva in Jyotirlinga. The Jyotirlinga Temple of Grishneshwar is located in a village in Verul. It is just 2 km from the world-famous Ellora caves, 20 km from Daulatabad near Aurangabad and about 100 km from Manmad. Devagiri, Ajanta-The famous tourist attractions of Aurangabad are Ellora.
In 1984, Bhimashankar was declared a wildlife sanctuary in order to protect the highly diverse flora and fauna found in the Sahyadri ranges, spread over a dense forest area of over 120 square kilometres. In this luscious green beautiful hills, from the rare Indian giant squirrel ‘Shekaru’ to leopards, hyena, boar, jackal, langur, deer and other numerous species of animals, insects and reptiles are found in abundance.
Grishneshwar Jyotirlinga is situated in Aurangabad, near Daulatabad. The sanctuary is significant because it is believed to be the last temple of Jyotirlinga on earth.
This is a must-see destination for Shiva devotees. This temple, a pilgrim site that can be visited by anyone in the family, draws people from all over.
On the banks of the Godavari River in Maharashtra, one of the sites for the Kumbh Mela, Nashik, is believed to be one of the places where Ram spent time during his exile and is a pilgrimage site for Hindus. The third largest city in Maharashtra has a fascinating combination of modern and ancient architectures, maintaining a fine balance between old and new architecture.
One of the Kumbh Mela sites, Nashik, is believed to be one of the places where Ram spent time during his exile on the banks of the Godavari River in Maharashtra, and is a pilgrimage site for Hindus. There is a fascinating mix of modern and ancient architecture in the third largest city in Maharashtra, maintaining a fine balance between old and new architecture.
The personification of the planet Saturn is Shanidev. In Hindu astrology, there are nine main celestial planets called Navagraha. Shani is the seventh planet and is thought to have a profound impact on the life of a human. The names Shaneesvara, Shanaiscarya and Shani Bhagavan are also familiar to him.
Shirdi, also known as Sainagar, is one of the holiest places in Maharashtra, where millions of devotees from around the world visit every year. Shri Sai Baba, a fakir, once lived here as a saint. When he was sixteen years old, Baba arrived in Shirdi. Some biographers claim he has been missing for 3 years. It is said that in the Indian Revolt of 1857, he possibly went to fight alongside Rani Laxmibai. In 1958, he permanently relocated to Shirdi.
Trimbakeshwar is one of the holiest places near Nashik, not just in Maharashtra, but in all of India. One of the twelve Jyotirlingas in India is Trimbakeshwar. The following verse describes the meaning of this holy spot, and the next verse gives the names in India of the Twelve Jyotirlingas.
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Accommodation: We can provide stay for ( 2*, 3*, 5*, 7* )
2.Double sharing Rooms
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Transports: Trichy to Trichy Transports* All local vehicle transport
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Trimbakeshwar is considered as the most sacred town India. There are many reasons for this belief. Godavari originates from the Brahmagiri hills in this town and it is believed that it is the birthplace of Lord Ganesha, known as place of Tri-Sandhya Gayatri.
Twelve Jyotirlingas. Trimbakeshwar is a religious center having one of the twelve Jyotirlingas. The extra ordinary feature of the Jyotirlinga located here is its three faces embodying Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu, and Lord Rudra.