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Departing from Tuticorin airport.
On arrival Shirdi airport.
Pick up from airport.
Hotel Check In.
Sai Baba Temple Darshan (special Dharisanam).
Come back to Hotel.
Overnight Stay at Hotel.
After breakfast and then Hotel check-out.
Proceeding to visit Shani Shingnapur Temple.
Shri Renuka Devi Temple.
Hotel Check in at Pune.
Over Night stay at Hotel.
After breakfast and then check out from Hotel.
Then proceed to visit Karla Caves, Sinhagad Fort.
Dagaduseth Halwai Ganapati Temple,
Pataleshwar Cave Temple, Aga Khan Palace.
Independence Brewing Company.
Raja Dinkar Kelkar Museum.
Bluefrog, Shaniwar Wada.
Finally Pune airport Drop.
Best Ancient places to visit From Tuticorin To Shirdi:
It is a residential village in the Tuticorin District and the Ottapidaram taluk home office. The largest taluk in state of Tamil Nadu. Ottapidaram is a tourism focus, with links to various Tamil Nadu places. It is easy to find Tirunelveli or Tuticorin from anywhere, and Ottapidaram is 45 km from Tirunelveli and 22 km from Tuticorin near these two spots.
A well established vacation spot is Ettaiyapuram Palace located in the town of Ettaiyapuram in the Tuticorin district. In the midst of the position of Pandyas in Madurai, people from Chandragiri near Andhra Pradesh's Chittoor were brought and posted as Ilasanadu's "watch managers DhisaiKavalars."That later was renamed Ettayapuram.
Tuticorin Port is one of Tamil Nadu's major ports of trade. Additionally this port is the nation's fourth-largest compartment terminal. The tasks and port administration make it Premier Port of the Nation after the Sethusamudram Shipping Canal Project. It is often compared with the Port of Singapore, which is the world's second busiest port.
One of the celebrated travel objectives at Tuticorin is the Sri Vaikuntam Vaikuntanathan sanctuary. Among 108 Divyadesams, belittled by the Azhvaars and also among the Navatirupathi, the sanctuaries arranged on both sides of the Tamiraibarani River are called the Sri Vaikuntam sanctuary. Worked by the Pandya King Sankara Pandyan, the sanctuary is noted for its customary South Indian architecture. The sanctuary is also known for its extraordinary aspect, in which the beams of the Sun fall steadily on Lord Vaikuntanathan 's icon over two days.
Panchalankurichi has historical value as an attraction. Located 34 km from Thoothukudi, the place is the birthplace of the 17th century freedom fighter, Veerapandiya Kattabomman, who fought against the British. In 1947 , the government also built the Kattabomman Memorial Fort dedicated to him here, which is preserved by the Archaeological Survey of India.
Shirdi, known globally as the Land of Sai Baba, is a temple town situated in Maharashtra's Nashik district. Endowed with serenity and spirituality in its environment, this is a remarkable attraction visited annually by thousands of wanderers. People , particularly Sai Baba's ardent followers, never forget to pay a visit to Shirdi once in their lifetime.
The Ashram of Jangli Maharaj is an ashram situated near the Shirdi Highway. This ashram, run and administered by Guru Omdev, is a place to achieve peace of mind. It is a serene place that is surrounded by plentiful trees and greenery. Within the Ashram premises, the ashram authorities also operate a co-educational school. Various classes related to yoga and meditation at Jangli Maharaj Ashram
Other passionate follower of Sai Baba was Upasani Maharaj. He was an Ayurvedic doctor but, having met Sai Baba, he became a saint. His ashram was a place that was often flooded with sick people, and it is said that in his dreams, according to Sai Baba 's instructions, he healed the sick by giving them vibhuti. Today, this ashram is surrounded by lush greenery and houses in its grave.
One of the busiest cities in the state of Maharashtra, Pune is touted as the state's cultural capital. Pune is also the state's second largest city, visited by both leisure and business travellers from all over. The city has a tropical climate, with temperatures dropping between 20 degrees C and 28 degrees C on average.
The residence of the self-proclaimed guru, Bhagwan Rajneesh, also known as Osho, is Pune's most significant landmark. Thousands of devotees, sightseers, curious onlookers and plenty of controversy always attract the ashram in Pune. Another must-visit in Pune is the Shanwarawada Palace, with its nice gardens and enormous exterior walls.
The Raja Kelkar Museum attracts many visitors with its rare, ancient and artistic exhibits. Miniatures of the 17th century, musical instruments, antique pottery, and, curiously, betel-nut cutters and brass padlocks are the main exhibits. The other museum which must be visited is the Tribal Museum near the railway station.
The Gandhi National Memorial, also a significant landmark of Pune, is in the Aga Khan palace. One of the most famous temples, dedicated to goddess Parvati, is the rock-cut temple of the 8th century, the Temple of Pataleshwar on a hill a little outside town. There is a famous Muslim shrine, the Darvesh of Qamarali, which has a stone that is said to levitate.
Mahurgad, also known as Mahur, is a town in the vicinity of Nanded, very famous for its temples. Mahur is renowned for the temple of Renuka Devi, and very few people know about the temple of Ekaveerikadevi, and most of them name the temple of Renukadevi shaktipeeth. It says Ekaveerika Devi is Renukadevi's older sister. The temple in Renukadevi is 800 years old.
Ekaveerika ShakthiPeeth is a small sanctuary, with one hall and a sanctum. The seat of Tantric worship is EkaveerikaShakthiPeeth. Bali is given to Devi by people and is on the top of a hill. In the temple even Sage Jamadagni is present in the form of a Shiva Ling. In the 13th century, Yadava King of Devagiri constructed the temple. Pan and Supari are offered to the deity as Prasad.
Grishneshwar Temple is also known as the Temple of Dhushmeshwar, and is mentioned in the Shiva Purana. The temple is an important pilgrimage for the followers of Hinduism's Shaivism tradition, which is visited every year by a large number of pilgrims. Destroyed by the Delhi Sultanate in the 13th and 14th centuries, the temple saw many reconstruction rounds.
Shani Shinganapur is an Indian village in Maharashtra state. It is located in the Nevasa taluka district of Ahmednagar. The village is 84 km from Aurangabad and 35 km from Ahmednagar, known for its famous temple of Shani, the Hindu god connected to the planet Saturn.
In black stone, the spectacle of the god is daunting. One peculiar feature of this place is that the Shanidev houses no temple structure. There is only one plateau on which the swayambhu idol sits, in black stone.
Another important attraction spot that shouldn't be missed is Gurusthan. Gurusthan is said to be located 14 km from the main town of Shirdi in Kopargaon, the place where Sai Baba first appeared as a 16-year-old boy who meditated under the Neem Tree.
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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.