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In Tamil Nadu, Trichy is the fourth largest town. It is situated on the banks of the Cauvery River. We are called Tiruchirappalli, another name for Trichy. There are numerous temples and monuments in this city. In Tamilnadu, it is a major tourist destination.
There are lovely temples, mosques and missions in Tiruchirappalli that date back to the 1760s. There are strong infrastructural facilities in this trading region. Modern Trichy is established around the Rock Fort and is both a commercial city and a centre for pilgrims. It has roads and railways that are well linked to all the major cities in our country. Trichy airport has flights to the following destinations: Chennai, Sharjah, Kuwait, Singapore, Malaysia etc..,
In 1 AD, the capital of Cholas was Trichy. Later, they could not retain the city for long under the reigns of Pallavas and lost it to the Pandyas. Many times, Pallavas and Pandyas battled to govern Trichy. In the 10th century, the Cholas reasserted themselves in order to rule the region. After the fall of Cholas, the Vijayanagar empire of Hampi reigned over the region.
There are many enthusiastic, cultural and architectural heritage locations for Trichy Tourism. They are Rock Fort, Grand Anaicut, Mari Amman Temple of Samayapuram, Srirangam Renganathar Temple, Jambukeshwarar Temple of Thiruvanaikkaval, Murugan Temple of Kumaravayalur and Mukkombu etc. Tiruchirappalli is known for its beautiful churches , mosques and missions dating back to 1760.
The important land mark in Trichy is Rock Fort. The only outcrop in the flat land of the city is around 83 m (237 feet ) high rock. The hill is reported to be about four hundred million years old. Uchi Pillaiyar Koil, perched at the top of the mountain, is the main attraction of the mountain fort. This temple is dedicated to Ganesh or Lord Vinayaka.
Trichy Butterfly Park is approximately 5 km from Srirangam. The park area is about 35 acres. Between the River Cauvery and Kollidam lies this park. This park has a lovely garden and is a perfect playground for children to enjoy. There is also boat riding for kids available here. There are also impressive fountains, artificial waterfalls, and a hanging bridge.
Kallanai is a lovely place for a picnic near Srirangam. It’s approximately 19 km from Tiruchi. In the 2nd century, Karikal Chola founded Kallanai. This dam is approximately 329 m long and 20 m high. Indeed, it is one of the biggest engineering wonders in India. In our country, it’s one of the oldest dams.
The rustic and simple semi-town of Shirdi has been one of the most respected pilgrimage centres in the country for many, many decades, far away from the Maharashtra metropolitan city of Mumbai. Traditionally known as the site of Lord Khandoba’s holy temple, an incarnation of the Hindu God Shiva, due to its strog association, Shirdi rose to fame and glory as a treasure trove of divine vibrations.
Not only for its ancient origin, but also for being associated with Sai Baba, Khandoba Temple holds special significance. It is situated in Shirdi on the main road. Baba came to Shirdi with the wedding procession of Chand Patil for the first time. When the marriage party stopped at the Khandoba Temple entrance doors, the priest Mhalsapati welcomed Baba saying “Aao Sai” (come in Sai.).
The shrine that houses the tomb of Baba was originally erected in his physical encasement during Baba’s last years as a wada (large private house). It is built on a piece of dumping ground land that for three years Baba tended as a garden using seeds he had brought from Rahata. Baba will distribute the jasmine and marigolds that blossomed in the garden to the local temples.
The place where the holy Guru dwells is translated by Gurusthan. It is also the place where Sai Baba spent much of his time when he came to Shirdi for the first time, and also where, according to Baba, the neem tree is located near the tomb of his own guru.
In a dilapidated state, Dwarkamai was an old mosque. It was converted into Dwarkamai by Baba and proved that there is only one Creator. Dwarkamai contains a Baba portrait and a large tablet of Shila or stone where Baba would always sit. The perpetual Dhuni, or fire ignited by Baba when he was alive, is another remarkable aspect of this mosque.
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The rich architectural heritage of India is represented by Ajanta and Ellora. These two amazing caves of Ajanta & Ellora have been engraved using hammers & chisels out of rock and are regarded as one of India ‘s architectural beauties. The 6 Days Ajanta and Ellora Caves Tours are offered to give you glimpses of these architectural beauties.
In the village of Verul, about 30 km away from Aurangabad, the Grishneshwar Jyotirlinga Temple is located. Pretty close to the temple are the famous Ellora Caves. A specimen of pre-historic art and architecture is this holy temple. Red rocks make up the complete temple building. History states that Bhosale, previously a Shiva devotee, discovered a treasure on an ant hill.
Mahurgad, also known as Mahur, is a city that is quite prominent for its temples, close to Nanded. Mahur is famous for the temple of Renuka Devi, and very few people know about the temple of Ekaveerikadevi, and most of them call the temple of Renukadevi shaktipeeth. Ekaveerika Devi is said to be Renukadevi’s elder sister. The temple at Renukadevi is 800 years old.
Lord Shanidev — Many people from all over the world worship the personification of the planet Saturn with the utmost reverence and devotion. In black stone, the spectacle of the deity is overwhelming. A unique aspect of this place is that the Shanidev is not housed in any temple structure. There is only a simple platform on which, in black stone, the swayambhu idol stands.
The temple of Shirdi Sai is a beautiful shrine built above Shri Sai Baba’s Samadhi. Shirdi is a famous Shri Sai Baba temple. Saibaba temple & other temples, such as Dwarkamai, Chavdi, Khandoba Temple, Nand Deep, Sai Museum, are the temples to visit in Shirdi.
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Accommodation: We can provide stay for ( 2*, 3*, 5*, 7* )
2.Double sharing Rooms
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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
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It has the highest number of millionaires and billionaires among all cities in India. Mumbai is home to three UNESCO World Heritage Sites: the Elephanta Caves, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus, and the city's distinctive ensemble of Victorian and Art Deco buildings.
The distance between Mumbai and Shirdi via this route is 240 KM and takes about four and a half hours.