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  • Every day, devotees from all over the world are thronging here at the Sai Baba Temple and this is a holy experience.
  • Shani Shingnapur is the name of a village in Nevasa taluka in Maharashtra Ahmednagar district; the village is known for its famous temple of Lord Shani-Shri Shaneshwar Devasthan Shanishingnapur-the Hindu god associated with planet Saturn.
  • Ellora is a UNESCO World Heritage Site situated in Maharashtra, India's Aurangabad district. It is one of the world's largest rock-cut monastery-temple cave complexes with Hindu , Buddhist, and Jain temples and artwork dating back to the 600–1000 CE period.
  • Grishneshwar Jyotirlinga Temple, also referred to as the Ghrneshwar Temple or Dhushmeshwar Temple, is one of the Lord Shiva dedicated shrines referred to in Shiva Purana. The word Ghrneshwara means "lord of compassion".
  • Renuka / Renu or Yellamma or Ekvira or Ellai amman or Ellai amma .Yellamma is the patron goddess of the Maharashtra and the southern Indian states of Telangana, Andhra Pradesh , Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. Her devotees worship her as "Mother of the Universe" or "Jagadamba."
  • The Ranjangaon Ganpati temple is located in Shirur taluka about 50kms from Pune and is the eighth temple visited by devotees who set out on the divine Ashtavinayak Yatra. Mahaganapati is the most powerful representation of Lord Ganesha. Mahaganapati is depicted as having eight, ten or twelve arms.
  • Mumbai (formerly called Bombay) is a densely populated city on the west coast of India. A financial hub, it is India's largest city. On the waterfront of Mumbai Harbor stands the famous Indian stone arch gateway, constructed by the British Raj in 1924. Offshore, nearby Elephanta Island has ancient cave temples dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva.

Itineraries

Day 1

Tuticorin to Shirdi

Departing from Tuticorin airport.
On arrival Shirdi airport.
Pick up from airport.
Pick up and then transfer to Hotel.
Hotel Check in.
Sai Baba Temple Darshan (special Dharisanam).
Come back to Hotel.
Overnight Stay at Hotel.

Day 2

Shani Shingnapur and Jyotirlinga Temple

After breakfast & Hotel Check-out.
Grishneshwar Jothirlingam Temple Dharisanam.
To Visit Shani Shingnapur Temple and Renuka Mata Mandir Dharisanam.
After Lunch, to visit Maha Ganapathi temple Dharisanam.
Next Proceeding towards Mumbai.
Overnight Stay at Hotel – Mumbai.

Day 3

Mumbai sightseeing

After fresh up & breakfast, Pick up from the hotel.
Enjoy, Full day Mumbai City Tour.
Proceeding to visit Elephanta Caves are a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a collection of cave temples. To visit The Gateway of India and Museum.
Come back to Hotel.
Overnight Stay at Hotel – Mumbai.

Day 4

Mumbai Sightseeing

After fresh up & breakfast Hotel Check-out.
Pick up from the hotel.
Proceeding to visit Nehru Planetarium, shopping.
Finally, drop at Mumbai Airport.

Adventure Trip From Tuticorin To Shirdi:

Thoothukudi is also renowned for housing one of the oldest seaports in the world, which has also drawn the attention of the Portuguese for their smooth trade with India. Thoothukudi is home to many beach parks and parks in general besides the religious sites. These parks serve as a great getaway for families who can appreciate the pristine atmosphere among the wealthy because it is a family destination.

Among the famous parks in Tuticorin are Roche Park, Harbour Beach Park, Nehru Park, and Rajaji Park. Other than these, a Thoothukudi tourist can enjoy a great beach vacation as this town in Tamil Nadu is blessed with some beautiful beaches like Muthu Nagar New Beach and Pearl City Beach. There may not be many sports on these beaches, but the views of the sunset are relaxing and watching is best thing to do here.

  • Visit Thoothukudi for the best time

Thoothukudi can be visited at any time of the year, but the best time for visiting is between December and March, when the weather is good with a maximum temperature of only 32 ° C. Owing to the high degree of humidity, the summers and monsoons can be a little unpleasant.

One of the key wildlife attractions in Tuticorin is the Mundanthurai Wildlife Sanctuary. The Mundanthurai Wildlife Sanctuary, included as ‘Project Tiger,’ extends over 567 sq km of forest lands ranging from dry, deciduous forests to tropical wet evergreen forests. Mundanthurai Wildlife Sanctuary is ideal for trekking which needs prior Forest Department permission. The best time to visit Mundanthurai Wildlife Sanctuary from October to January is.

Situated in Maharashtra’s Ahmednagar district, Shirdi was the location where Sri Sai Baba lived most of his adult life until his Samadhi in 1918. Sai Baba has millions of devotees spread all over the world, including individuals belonging to all Hindu and Islamic religions’ casts, creeds, social and economic backgrounds.

This religious honesty among devotees of Sai is one of the most admired facts and makes Shirdi a safe spiritual sojourn.

 

Visit Shirdi, get drenched in Sai Baba ‘s mystical aura and return with a rejuvenated soul and mind!

Basic travel details and tips for Shirdi visit:

Maintain the sacred position of harmony and tranquilly.

Remove the footwear from outside before you reach any temple or holy place.

Look out for the touts.

  • Dixit Museum on Wada:

The museum is located in the middle of the Sansthan complex and includes rare portraits of Sai Baba in black and white. There are other items on display, such as Baba’s ‘Kafni’ (long robes) and his leather Padukas, gramophone albums, smoking pipe, water tumblers, bathing stone and cooking utensils used by Sai Baba. From 10 am to 6 pm, the museum will remain open.

  • Thursday Procession of Palki:

Every second night, Shri Sai Baba used to sleep in Chawri. A ‘palki’ procession followed this visit to Chawri, and Sai Baba was accompanied from Dawakamai to Chawri. Also today this procession of palki is conducted with the same passion and adoration.  The procession begins from Samadhi Temple to Dwarkamai Masjid and from here it goes to Chawri and returns to Samadhi temple.

Mumbai is a fine blend of different religions, festivals, activities, cuisines, music and art. Every festival is celebrated with great aplomb, a city rich with traditions, successfully uniting people from various faiths, castes and creeds. Some of the most important occasions include Diwali, Holi, Christmas, Eid, Dussera, Moharram, Ganesh Chaturthi, Durga Puja, Maha Shivratri, Navratri and Good Friday are celebrated lavishly.

  • Shopping in Mumbai

Mumbai, one of the most trendy metropolitan cities, is the paradise of any shopper. A fun experience, indulge in shopping therapy ranging from street wear to stylish boutiques, celebrity designer shops and glitzy malls housing luxury, international and local brands all under one roof. Visit the accessible Colaba Causeway, Fashion Lane, Hill Road and Connecting Path.

  • Sports In Bombay

The population of Mumbai is highly passionate about sport. Every sport receives the same passion and fervour, be it cricket, hockey, kabbaddi or football. The famous stadiums such as Wankhede, Oval and Mahalaxmi racecourse must definitely be added to the itinerary when you visit the city. Mumbai has many home-grown teams in different sports fields and some even belong to Bollywood celebrities.

Among the world’s largest rock-cut monastery-temple cave complexes are the Ajanta and Ellora Caves, both UNESCO World Heritage Sites. There are 29 Buddhist cave temples in Ajanta that date from the 2nd century BC. The 34 Hindu, Jain, and Buddhist caves at Ellora, meanwhile, date back to the 6th century AD.

If you intend to climb the hillside, wear comfortable shoes or hiking boots. There are visitor centres at both sites that are fitted with restaurants , stores, toilets, and parking. Bring a torch to the caves in Ajanta, many of which are dark and poorly lit.

One of the holiest Hindu pilgrimage sites in India is the Grishneshwar Temple, dedicated to Lord Shiva. Located approximately 35 km from the town of Aurangabad and approximately 2 km from the UNESCO-listed Ellora Caves, it is home to the 12th and last of the world’s Jyotirlinga. It is an ancient shrine that is listed in one of Hinduism’s sacred scriptures, the Shiva Purana.

The Parshuram Tal and Renuka temple, which follows a mythological tale about Lord Parshuram and Mata Renuka, are located about 100 metres from Renuka Ji. Other attractions and places to visit near Renuka Ji include: Jamu Peak (8 km away) – with an excellent view of the lake from the top; a mini zoo (2 km away) – where you can spot Nilgai, Asian lions, and Himalayan black bears; and Jataun dam (5 km away)

Travellers who come to Shani Shignapur, a village about 35 km from Ahmednagar, expect a special religious experience. Sri Shaneshwara or Lord Shanidev, the village’s presiding deity, said to be the personification of planet Saturn. Interestingly, the idol, which is claimed to be self-manifested, is set on a simple platform rather than an elaborate temple.

  • Sai Samadhi-Sai

This is the location where Shri Sai Baba ‘s holy body rests at Samadhi. All rituals are performed here, consisting of Poojas, four Aartis daily. The samadhi and Shri Sai Baba statue were built in 1954 by Late Balaji Vasant out of white Italian marble. With lovely ornate gold designs, the walls, samadhi, and statue are protected.

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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.  

 

Mumbai to Shirdi via Ghoti-Shirdi Road and NH 160

Through road the distance from Mumbai to Shirdi is 241KM. The aerial distance between Shirdi and Mumbai is 184KM.

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