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  • Kolhapur gets its name from a fanciful tale of Kolhasur-a wicked spirit that Goddess Mahalakshmi has destroyed. Mahalakshmi's revered sanctuary is here constructed in memory of the goddess Mahalakshmi.
  • 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.
  • Pune is known worldwide for the Ashram of Osho which attracts followers from around the world. The most prominent of these, lined with palaces and temples, is the Shaniwar Wada Palace and the Aga Khan Palace.
  • In Shirdi there are numerous strict places to visit Chavadi, Samadhi Mandir, Dwarkamai masjid, Shani Shignapur.

Itineraries

Day 1

Shirdi to Pandaripuram

Departing from Tuticorin airport.
On arrival Shirdi airport and then Pick up from airport.
After Refreshment @ Hotel- Shirdi.
Then transfer to Pandaripuram.
Pandaripuram temple Dharisanam.
Then proceed towards Shirdi.
Hotel Check in.
Overnight stay at Shirdi.

Day 2

Shirdi to Nashik

Have an early morning breakfast at the hotel by 07:30 am.
Post breakfast, check out from the hotel and leave for Nashik.
Then proceed to visit Trimbakeshwar Jyotirling, Panchvati, Kalaram temple, Saptashringi Devi Temple, Nandurmadhmeshwar.
Towards Pune.
Hotel Check in.
Overnight stay at Pune.

Day 3

Kolhapur Temple

After breakfast at Hotel.
Then proceed towards Kolhapur.
To visit Kolhapur Mahalaksmi Temple.
After Dharsan, then proceed to wards Pune.
Come back to Hotel.
Overnight stay at Hotel - Pune.

Day 4

Pune City Tour

After breakfast and then Check-out the Hotel.
Then proceed to visit Shaniwar Wada,Aga Khan Palace,Shreemant Dagdusheth Halwai Ganapati temple,Katraj Snake Park.
Shopping at Pune Malls.
Finally drop at Pune airport.

Tuticorin to Shirdi Nashik Pune flight trip

Tuticorin is historically renowned for its fishing and shipbuilding of pearls. It was an important seaport during the reign of the Pandyas. As a pearl diving and fishing hub, the main harbour 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. You will witness the sight of the container loading and unloading, well shielded from the ravages of imminent storms and cyclonic waves, which is also worth a treat in the midst of the rising sea expanse.

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, wherein the 17th century AD, the great warrior Katta Boman, known as “Veerapandiya Kattabomman,” defied the British regime.

You can also admire the formidable Kattabomman Memorial Fort, preserved by India’s Archaeological Survey. Those interested in the historical extravagance may tour to Ettaiyapuram Palace, which was built during the reign of the Pandyas of Madurai. 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.

Accommodation

Tuticorin has quite a few well-maintained hotels where, at any stage of the day, you can check-in. These hotels are very spacious and there is also good quality food served. Some hotels sell you luxurious suits with A / C. You can also get taxis from the hotel itself.

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 your weekend interesting.

Chavadi:

Next to Dwarkamai, where Sai Baba used to sleep every alternate night, is this sacred spot. 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, every Thursday night Baba’s footprints are brought from Dwarkamai to Chavadi in a ceremonial procession.

Nashik is an ancient holy city in Maharashtra, a state in western India. It is known for its connexion to the epic poem “Ramayana”. On the Godavari River is Panchavati, a temple complex. Lord Rama was thought to have bathed nearby in the Ram Kund water tank, attended by Hindu devotees today.

Within the Panchvati area of Nashik City, Kalaram Mandir is situated. This temple is located at a distance of 3 km from Central Bus. City buses and auto-rickshaws are available from different corners of the city to reach the temple. This temple is intended to stand on the spot where Lord Ram lived in secret exile. It was constructed in 1782 on the site of an old wooden temple by Sardar Rangrao Odhekar.

This temple is on the way to the dam at Gangapur, 8 km away from the Central Bus Stand. This is a temple of Lord Shiva and Lord Hanuman on the banks of river Godavari. The region is filled with greenery and the environment is good. Tourists will enjoy swimming in the river and boating. Someshwar has been a favourite venue for many film shootings.

The cultural capital of Maharashtra is known as Pune, situated 118 km from Mumbai at the confluence of two rivers (Mula and Mutha). The town has come a long way from being a ‘pensioners’ paradise’ to maintaining its historical heritage and welcoming modernity at the same time.

Pune has many tourist attractions, a beautiful blend of the traditional and the contemporary. From the Aga Khan Palace to the Shaniwar Wada, the iconic monument of the Maratha Empire, with its Italian arches, salons, suites and spacious lawns where Kasturba Gandhi spent the last years of her life, Pune is a paradise for history students.

Located in Maharashtra’s district of Ahmednagar, Shirdi is one of India’s most important religious destinations. It is just 190 km from Pune and 240 km from Mumbai. The town is renowned for being the abode of Sai Baba, the great saint who passed away in the year 1918. While Sai Baba’s real name and birthplace are not known, it is assumed that he came to Shirdi when he was 16.

Kolhapur is located on the banks of the Panchganga River in the state of Maharashtra. It is an important destination for pilgrims, drawing thousands of people who come to visit the city’s, Mahalaxmi Temple. Kolhapur is renowned for being the Maratha film industry’s capital and is also regarded as the location where Raja Harishchandra, the first Indian feature film, was conceptualised.

PANDHARPUR – This is a holy place of Shri. Vitthal and Shri. Rukmini. It is also known as India’s Southern Kashi and Maharashtra State’s Kuldaivat. It is located 72 km away by road. from Solapur District headquarters. On the Miraj-Kurduwadi-Latur railway route, the Pandharpur Railway Station falls.

Pune’s rich history as the capital of an empire is largely unknown throughout the world, with its outskirts peppered with forts and temples, but most locals are fiery storytellers who can regale you with tidbits of knowledge. A few years ago, old education institutions and a laid-back attitude to life made it popular with students and pensioners, but today, it is emerging as a cosmopolitan city

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 total straight line distance between Shirdi and Pandaripuram is 755 KM (kilometers) and 800 meters.

Distance between Pune to Nashik by Road is 211 Kms

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