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Thoothukudi or Tuticorin, a paradise for nature and beach lovers, as it is popularly called, is a perfect place to soak in the rich culture and history of Tamil Nadu. Pearl harvesting, salt production, and fishing are noted in the region. Some of Thoothukudi’s popular tourist attractions include the Church of Our Lady of Snows Basilica and a temple dedicated to Lord Shiva.
In the southeastern corner of Tamil Nadu, the district of Thoothukudi or Tuticorin is situated. It is bounded to the north by the districts of Tirunelveli, Virudhunagar, and Ramanathapuram, to the east and southeast by the Gulf of Mannar, to the west and southwest by the District of Tirunelveli. After bifurcating the Tirunelveli District, Thoothukudi District was carved out in the year 1986.
Weather at Tuticorin and Best Time to Visit
It is one of Tamil Nadu’s driest locations. The weather in Tuticorin is often hot and wet. It can reach up to 40 degrees during the summer. Winter is the perfect time to visit Tuticorin. It has nice temperatures of about 26 ° C from November to January.
Tuticorin Harbor Beach is a popular sandy beach in Tuticorin, 20 minutes from the city, and 30 minutes from Tuticorin Airport. Here, you will enjoy the stunning sunrise and sunset scenery. Near this harbor beach, there is a park. It’s a treat for your eyes at night to see Tuticorin Harbor from the seashore.
Roach Park and Beach are situated 4 km away from the town center, which is on the way to the seaport of Tuticorin. This is a fun place to spend a break. The beach walkways have the perfect atmosphere for watching the sunrise and sunset.
The small beach village of Manapad has located 60 km from Tuticorin. There is a historic cross that was built in the 14th century on this beach. Apart from this, you can visit the Church of the Holy Cross and Manapad Stage. Manapad is a historic location as well.
Pune: Punya, The Palaces, The Current
Over the Deccan plateau floats a lone cloud. Before passing over a busy area, the
shadow slides softly over the Mutha River. A city that exudes youthful exuberance and calm integrity simultaneously. Where, amid new buildings and flats, the Aga Khan Palace and the Omkareshwar temple proudly raise their heads.
Pune is home to many young students who are searching for their future. If you peel the layer of modernity back, though, the history shines through. For Mahatma Gandhi and other patriots, you will find it in the creamy walls of the Aga Khan Palace, used as a kind of jail. Shaniwar Wada speaks of the power struggles of Pune, combining the architectural styles of Mughal and Marathi.
Pandaripuram is situated close to the southeast side of Pune. 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 Rukmini Mandir, which is one of the important temples in the city, is located in the district of Solapur. The temple, dedicated to Rukmini Devi, is situated on the banks of the Chandra Bhaga River and is popularly known as the Panduranga Temple, although the god, Rukmini, who is Krishna’s wife, is put in the temple alone.
On the shore of the River Chandrabhaga, linked by a ramp, the Vishnupad Temple is located. The shape of the shrine is in the form of a wide-open hall, with the roof supported by sixteen wide pillars. In many postures, the pillars of the temple represent Lord Krishna and Lord Vishnu. Within the temple, there are numerous stones with footprints of Lord Vishnu depicted in different poses.
For all the bhaktas of Lord Vithoba and Rukmini, Pandharpur is the most admired and religious location. In Solapur district, Maharashtra, India, Pandharpur is a beautiful town. Pandharpur has Lord Vithoba ‘s wonderful temple. Lord Vithoba is the principal Deity of all the Maharashtrians, having other names such as Pandurang, Vitthal, Vithumauli, Hari.
A large area surrounds the temple which requires a total of six entrances. A stunning idol of Vithoba is framed in black stone, standing on a stone brick. On the day of Ekadashi, with a large number of devotees, Pandharpur gets another beautiful look.
Shirdi, the pious land of Sai Baba, is a well-known town in Maharashtra’s Ahmednagar district. Because of the pristine manifestation of the divine figure, known as Sai Baba, appearing on the land of this city, this place is famous. Shirdi’s name is derived from the word ‘Seeradi‘ in Tamil, which translates into ‘foot of prosperity.’ It is crowded in the middle of the year with thousands of devotees.
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.
Osho Ashram, MaharashtraOsho Ashram of Maharashtra
In the green area of the city’s 17 Koregoan Park, Osho Ashram, also known as the Osho Communal Centre, is situated. The Ashram offers several costly meditation courses. Every year, Osho Ashram draws several devotees, including a significant number from western countries since the early 70s, even though Osho expired in 19 years.
Garden of the Bund
Bund Gardens was designed by Sir Jamshedji Jeejeebhoy. Next to the water, the Bund gardens are just the spot for evening strolls on the lush green grass. Over here, boating and rowing facilities are also available. There is also a Ganesh temple located in the park’s vicinity.
Located in the Nevase taluka of Ahmednagar district, Shani Shingnapur, also known as Sonai, lies about 6 kilometers off Godegaon, an important marketplace along the Ahmednagar-Aurangabad Highway. The village, approximately 160 kilometers from Pune and 265 kilometers from Mumbai, is an important pilgrimage center for Hindus who worship Shani or Shanaishwara-Saturn, a feared planet in the Astral zone.
The rustic and simple semi-town of Shirdi has been one of the most respected
pilgrimage centers in the country for many, many decades, far away from the Maharashtra metropolitan city of Mumbai. Shirdi rose to fame and glory as a treasure of divine vibrations, historically known as the site housing the holy temple of Lord Khandoba, an incarnation of the Hindu God Shiva.
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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:Thoothukudi to Thoothukudi Transports* All local vehicle transport
Camera, Gadgets entry fee ( If any ).
And which all are not included in the customized tour itinerary.
The distance between Pune and Pandharpur is 182 km. The road distance is 209 km.
December to February: Winters are the best time to visit Shirdi as the weather is pleasant and is a great time to enjoy your pilgrimage and sightseeing in Shirdi.