A Divine Passage to Maharashtra Packages 08 Nights 09 Days (Group Tour) (Start Rs 17500/-) Per Person

A Divine Passage to Maharashtra Packages 08 Nights 09 Days (Group Tour) (Start Rs 17500/-) Per Person

The most looked for after sacred destinations in Maharashtra are Mumbai, Nashik, Aurangabad, Shirdi and Bhimashankar which one must visit on Maharashtra visit bundles. With this get-away, savor visiting Trimbakeshwar where you can revere Lord Shiva as Jyotirlingas, a holy place that is known for Shirdi and afterward a drive to Shani Shingnapur. Not just this, you will get the opportunity to investigate numerous religious focuses like Grishneshwar Jyotirlinga and Bhimashankar hallowed place. For radiant encounters in the midst of nature's ideal, this visit will abandon you needing to return soon for additional.

Day 01: Arrive Mumbai

Upon landing in Mumbai International airplane terminal meet with our agent and exchange to the inn. Overnight stay at inn.

Day 02: Mumbai

Morning at 08.45 hrs exchange from the Hotel to Gateway of India to take the sailboat for Elephanta Caves with a went with English Speaking Guide. Pontoon leaves at 09.00 hrs (No auto as Hotel is strolling separation from Gateway of India). Appreciate a one-hour pontoon ride crosswise over Mumbai Harbor conveys you to the dazzling, green Elephanta Island. Here you visit a portion of the immense and complicatedly cut Cave Temples going back to the seventh century and devoted to the Sun God - Shiva. Huge boards portray scenes throughout his life. The focal model speaks to Shiva's three angles as maker, preserver and destroyer. Return back to the wharf at 13.00 hrs.

Evening city touring visit. Overnight stay at inn.

Day 03: Mumbai – Trimbakeshwar Jyotirlinga (195 km) – Nashik (30 km)

Morning after breakfast drive to Trimbakeshwar. Trimbakeshwar is a profoundly religious focal point of Hindus having one of the 12 Jyotirlingas of Shiva. The Jyotirlinga of Trimbakeshwar is having its three countenances speaking to Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu and Lord Mahesha. Because of unreasonable utilization of water, the lingam has begun to dissolve. It is said that this disintegration symbolizes the dissolving way of human culture. The Lingas are secured by a jeweled crown which is put over the Gold Mask of Tridev (Brahma Vishnu Mahesh). The crown is said to be from the period of Pandavas which is comprises of jewels, emeralds, and numerous different valuable stones.

As per Shiv Mahapuran, once Brahma (the God of creation) and Vishnu (the God of sparing) had a contention as far as matchless quality of creation. To test them two, Shiva punctured the three universes to a tremendous perpetual mainstay of light - the jyotirlinga. Vishnu and Brahma set their approaches to downwards and upwards separately to discover the end of the light in either headings. Brahma lied that he discovered the end, while Vishnu surrendered his annihilation. Shiva showed up as a second mainstay of light and reviled Brahma that he would have no spot in services while Vishnu would be adored till the end of endlessness. The jyotirlinga is the preeminent part-less reality, out of which Shiva halfway shows up. The jyotirlinga hallowed places, subsequently are spots where Shiva showed up as a red hot section of light.

After visit drive to Nashik upon entry visit Panchavati. Stream Godavari moves through Nashik and its Northern part is called as Panchavati. It is said in the Ramayana that master Shri Ram and Sita alongside Laxman stayed at Panchavati for quite a while amid their Vanvas (banish). Because of this Panchavati has increased heavenly significance. There are five Banyan (Vat) trees and consequently the range is called Panchavati. Close-by is Sita Gufa (cavern) where Sita is said to have stayed for quite a while.

At night exchange to the lodging. overnight stay at lodging.

Day 04: Nashik – Shirdi (90 km)

Morning after breakfast visit Shirdi. Upon landing register with the lodging. Toward the evening visit Sai Baba Ashram and Sakuri Kanyakumari Ashram. Overnight stay in lodging.

Shirdi is a surely understood religious town devoted to the holy person who lectured the hypothesis of one god and longed for agreeable relations between all religious gatherings. Shirdi is devoted to Sai Baba. The Samadhi Mandir, Guru Sthan and Khandoba are among the heavenly sanctuary to be gone to amid a visit to Sai Baba.

Sakuri Kanyakumari Ashram - situated inside 3 km from Shirdi, is a quiet and calm taught place. Holy person Upasani Maharaj and Sati Godavari Mata is from the same time of Shree Saibaba.

Day 05: Shirdi – Aurangabad (109 km) – Ajanta (100 km) - Aurangabad (100 km)

Morning after breakfast drive to Ajanta by means of Aurangabad to have entire day outing to Ajanta Caves – they are cut from the volcanic magmas of the Deccan trap in a lofty sickle – formed slope in a forested gorge of the sahyadri slopes, These hollows are more established than those at Ellora comprising of 24 religious communities and sanctuaries slashed out of strong rack. The divider depictions and frescoes of these caverns are an abundance of hues, Proceed to Civic – cum – Cultural Complex, a display of neighborhood craftsmanship and specialties and shopping complex. (Ajanta holes are shut on Monday).

Later toward the evening come back to Aurangabad for night remain.

Day 06: Aurangabad – Ellora (30 km) - Shani Shignapure (84 km) – Ahmadnagar (35 km)

Morning after breakfast an outing to Ellora caverns, Grishneshwar Jyotirlingam and Renuka Mata sanctuary.

Ellora Caves: The hollows are more than 2000 years of age and comprise of sanctuaries and religious communities slashed from rocks by Buddhist, Hindu and Jains ministers and specialists, (Ellora caverns are shut on Tuesday).

Grishneshwar Jyotirlinga: sanctuary cherishes a standout amongst the most respected 12 Jyotirlingas in India. This lingam is otherwise called Kusum Eswarar, Grishneshwar and Ghushmeshwar, aside from Grishneshwar. The sanctuary was re-developed in the eighteenth century by Ahilyabai Holkar. The sanctuary is built in red volcanic rocks and the engaging appearance of the sanctuary is attractive. The sanctuary has a 5 level Shikara, which is extremely alluring. Shikara is delegated with pictures of Bull and Monkeys.

After visit drive to Ahmadnagar. In transit we will visit Shani Shinganapur - The sanctuary of God Shani is around 75 km from Shirdi. Here the places of individuals who stay in the town are without entryways and windows! It is said/trusted that a man, who takes anything, gets visually impaired at that day as a discipline by God Shani. A lot of individuals visit this spot while they visit Shirdi. Inn Saikrupa can orchestrate transport administration for our clients for a half-day visit to this sanctuary. If it's not too much trouble ask at the gathering counter.

Further proceed with drive to Ahmednagar. Upon entry register with the inn. Overnight stay at inn.

Day 07: Ahmadnagar – Lenyadri (Junnar) (112 km) – Bhimashankar (75 km)

Morning after breakfast drive to Lenyadri to visit Girijatmaja's Idol.

Lenyadri is the main spot among Ashtavinayaka places, which is arranged on mountain and in the region of the buddhist holes.

Girijatmaja's object of worship confronts east. Parvati blessed Ganesh symbol in the cavern wherein she had performed retributions. Out of 18 Buddhist holes on mountain, Girijatmaj Vinayak's sanctuary is in the eight hollows. These hollows are additionally called as Ganesh Caves. The sanctuary is come to in the wake of climbing 307 stages. The whole sanctuary is cut out of single stone and is confronting south. Before principle Mandir, there is immense Sabhamandap (Hall) which is almost 53 feet long and 51 feet wide and shockingly there is not a solitary column in this Sabhamandap. It has 18 little flats for reflection. Shree Girijatmaja's venerated image is set in the center flat.

Further we will drive to Bhimashankar. Upon entry register with the lodging. Overnight stay at lodging.

Day 08: Bhimashankar – Mumbai (250 km)

After breakfast sanctuary visit and nearby touring of Bhimashankar.

Bhimashankar sanctuary is a dazzlingly cut Nagra style eighteenth century Jyotirlinga sanctuary raised over a self exuded Shivalinga. The Bhimashankar sanctuary is said to have been worked by Nana Phadnavis-a representative of the Peshwas. A well trodden trail starts directly behind the sanctuary that leads profound into the woods to Gupt bheema. It is additionally the starting point of the stream Bhima. A waterfall spouts over a stone lingam to stamp the precise spot of gupt Bhima.

Later toward the evening drive to Mumbai by means of Lonavala. Upon entry register with the lodging. overnight stay at inn.

Day 09: Departure

Morning after breakfast exchange to the airplane terminal to load onto the flight for forward destination.

Visit and administrations Ends.

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