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  • Mumbai is home to three UNESCO World Heritage Sites: the Elephanta Caves, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus and the distinctive Victorian and Art Deco architectural ensemble of the city.
  • In Shirdi there are numerous strict places to visit Chavadi, Samadhi Mandir, Dwarkamai masjid, Shani Shignapur.
  • Sri Kshetra Pandharpur  is a major holy place in Maharashtra and it is also called South Kashi in Maharashtra. It is famous for the Lord Vitthal temple situated on the bank of Bhima river. Bhima river is also known as Chandrabhaga as it takes shape like crescent moon near the town.

Itineraries

Day 1

Mumbai Sightseeing

Departing from Tuticorin airport.
On arrival Mumbai Airport.
Pick up from airport and then transfer to the Hotel.
Hotel Check In.
After Lunch, then proceed towards Mumbai city tour.
Dharshan @ siddhivinayak-temple .
Come back to Hotel.
Overnight stay @ Hotel.

Day 2

Mumbai to Shirdi

After Breakfast and then check out from the Hotel.
Then proceed to visit India Gate.
Small Purchase @ famous shopping streets and Malls.
After Lunch, starting towards Shirdi.
Hotel Check In.
Overnight stay @ Hotel.

Day 3

Shirdi to Pandaripuram.

After breakfast at Hotel.
Then transfer to Pandaripuram.
Pandaripuram temple Dharisanam.
Then proceed towards Shirdi.
Overnight stay at Shirdi.

Day 4

Departure

Early Morning Sai Baba Dharshan (Special Dharshan).
After breakfast and then Hotel Check out.
Small Purchase.
Finally drop at Shirdi airport.

Tuticorin to Mumbai Pandaripuram Shirdi Happy Flight trip!

Also known as Thoothukudi, Tuticorin is a seaport that serves South Tamilnadu, as well as the inland cities of Coimbatore, Madurai, and Tirunelveli, also popularly known as ‘Pearl City.’ The city, which lies in the Gulf of Mannar, about 540 km southwest of Madras, has a tropical climate with a hot and humid climate all year round.

Tuticorin‘s Shirdi Sai Devotees History

Tuticorin is historically renowned for its fishing and shipbuilding of pearls. During the reign of the Pandyas, it was a major seaport. As a pearl diving and fishing hub, the main harbor of Thoothukudi is well known. History shows that Thoothukudi was established in 1548 by the Portuguese, annexed in 1658 by the Dutch, and ceded in 1825 to the British.

The Tuticorin Attractions

As a port city, Tuticorin, in the form of Tuticorin Port, has one of the main attractions, which is strategically designed to handle a host of foreign cargo. Well shielded from the ravages of imminent storms and cyclonic waves, the loading and unloading of cargoes can be seen, which is also worth a treat in the rushing expanse of the sea.

Tuticorin has a temple of Tiruchendur dedicated to Lord Subramanya; it offers a beautiful sight with a mystical aura with a backdrop of the sea. You can also visit Panchalankurichi, about 18 km from Tuticorin, where the great warrior Katta Boman, known as “Veerapandiya Kattabomman,” defied the British regime in the 17th century AD.

You can also admire the formidable Kattabomman Memorial Fort, preserved by India’s Archaeological Survey. Those interested in historical extravagance can visit the palace of Ettaiyapuram, built during the reign of the Madurai Pandyas. A must-visit is the Basilica of the Lady of the Snows. The church was founded some 400 years ago and is known among all cultures for its antiquity and sacredness.

Marine Drive, India Gateway, Chowpatty Beach, Siddhivinayak Temple, Juhu Beach, Dharavi Slum, Worli Seaface, Haji Ali, Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, Aksa

Beach, Versova Beach, Colaba Causeway Market, Chor Bazaar, Powai Lake, Kanheri Caves, Gorai Beach, Shivaji Park, ISKCON Temple, Vipassana Global Pagoda, Mumbai Zoo, and many other fantastic tourist attractions.

Mumbai is all about clubs and ravishing parties for a party lover, for a tranquillity seeker it is about the stunning sunset over the Bandra Fort and the serene seashores, the Connecting Road and the Colaba Causeway will be their go-to place for a shopaholic and the cultural heritage will be the best tourist places in Mumbai to attract a person interested in history.

Siddhivinayak temple

The people of Mumbai are wonderful devotees of Lord Ganpati. This temple, best known for its ancient architecture and beliefs, was built in 1801. Thousands of devotees come to visit this temple every day and receive God’s blessings. The temple’s innermost roof is gold plated and the doors are made of wooden cravings that represent the power of Lord Ganesha.

Shirdi is a strict site near Nasik with different sanctuaries separated from the famous Sai Baba sanctuary and a few verifiable destinations, the home of the extraordinary holy person Sai Baba. Situated in the Maharashtra region of Ahmednagar, Shirdi has a powerful significance as a blessed and exploring place for lovers of Sai Baba.

Pandharpur is situated 65 km away from Sholapur, on the banks of the Bhimarathi River. One of the most revered pilgrimage sites in Maharashtra is this location. In a grand temple, Pandharpur preserves Lord Vithoba ‘s portrait. Vithoba is a Krishna form. Vithoba’s name means Father Vitthala. Vitthala is said to have arisen in Kannada from the word Vishnu.

The worship of Vishnu-Vitthala at Pandharpur is primarily derived from the Puranas and from the 13th to 17th centuries (Namdev, Jnaneshwar, Eknath, Tukaram) was strengthened by the contribution of the great Vaishnava saints of Maharashtra. The temple, with its vast area, has six gates in all. This temple’s eastern entrance is known as the Namdev gate.

Shirdi or Sainagar


The small town of
Shirdi or Sainagar is situated in the Rahata Taluk district of Ahmednagar in Maharashtra. Shirdi was the birthplace of Saint Shirdi Sai Baba in the 19th century, who attracted people to him with his passion for all living beings and his confession that all religions and all gods are one. People of various faiths and beliefs flock to the town of Shirdi to pay homage to the Samadhi of the Holy One.

Village of Sai Heritage

Located 2 km from Shirdi Bus Stand, Sai Heritage Village is a popular picnic spot. This lovely theme park was built in July 2014. It offers family vacationers seamless fun and relaxation with numerous statues displaying Shirdi Sai Baba’s life, a well-maintained garden area, a children’s play area, and numerous dining options to satisfy your appetite.

Mandir Khandoba

Khandoba Mandir is located very next to the Temple of Shirdi Sai Baba. Khandoba, which is believed to be a manifestation of Lord Shiva, is dedicated to the temple. A stone statue of Lord Khandoba worships tourists. Among locals, the temple holds great significance and remains a must-visit.

The city of Mumbai, which never sleeps. Mumbai, the beauty of the old world, and the quick pace of modern living. There is so much to say in the praise of one Indian city that everyone needs to visit at least once in a lifetime. That may be because of this city’s grandeur or because of the past it has had. This place, however, has a lot in store for anyone who visits.

Shirdi Sai Baba
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A trip to Mumbai should always be on your travel list, buzzing with resources, to understand the best way India depicts unity in diversity. To explore the most cosmopolitan city in India, visit the secret temples or pay a visit to famous monuments.

The 500-year-old Panduranga Vittaleswarar temple is in a remote village called Vittalapuram, away from traffic and noise and in the midst of green paddy fields, 15 km east of Tirunelveli. This is one of India’s two ancient Panduranga temples and is known as Dakshina Pandaripuram.

There are a variety of tourist attractions in Shirdi, mainly linked to Shirdi Sai Baba’s life.

The main attraction here is the Shirdi Sai Baba Samadhi Mandir, located in the heart of the Shirdi city. The temple of Sai Baba houses Sai Baba’s samadhi, made of white marble with railings around it beautifully embellished with ornamental decorations. 
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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:Thoothukudi to Thoothukudi Transports* All local vehicle transport

Personal Expensive.

Camera, Gadgets entry fee ( If any ).

Tips.

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

The distance between Shirdi and Pandharpur is 249 km. The road distance is 270.8 km.

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