Maharashtra 5 Jyotirlinga Tour - Pilgrimage Package

Overview

Even devout pilgrims are drawn to Hyderabad, especially to Srisailam of Hyderabad where stands the much-venerated shrine of Lord Shiva; the shrine of Mallikarjuna. Out of the 12 Jyotirlinga shrines, Mallikarjuna Jyotirling is a divine shrine of Lord Shiva, located on the Nallamalai Hills, 215 kilometers from Hyderabad in Andhra Pradesh.

It has been a popular site among Saivites for centuries. Srisailam is a kshetra considered to be very old. It is also referred to as Kashi of the south. The temple is a huge construction that houses Mallikarjuna and Bharmaramba Devi as the presiding deities. Monsoon is the best season to visit this place as the view is spectacular with lush green flora and fauna scattered all over.

The deity is believed to be self-manifested and the Goddess is considered as one of the 18 Mahashaktis. The place is both Jyotirlinga and Shakti Peeth that attracts thousands of devotees from all over the country to atone their past sins and seek blessings. Darshan by a photometric system has helped the devotees to prevent languishing in queues for a long time.

The 4 days and 3 night’s tour includes a divine Darshan of Mallikarjuna and lots of historical sites in Hyderabad that can leave you awestruck. The itinerary can be tailored as per your taste and comfort. This kshetra is well-connected with all the major cities of the country. The closest airport, railway station and bus stand are located at Hyderabad. Embark on this short pilgrimage tour of Mallikarjun to get a unique, soul-elevating experience.

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  • Day 01 – Arrive Mumbai

    On reaching Mumbai airport/railway station you’ll be greeted by our tour representative who then escorts you to your hotel. On your way discuss your tour and gather some basic knowledge of the local. Mumbai; the city of dreams; the tinsel town; the business capital of India has an infectious charm about it and that affects all visiting the city. Check into the hotel, freshen up and later proceed for a short sightseeing tour of Mumbai. The places you visit during this tour are Prince of Wales museum, Siddhivinayak temple, Colaba market, Gateway of India, Marine Drive. Back to hotel for dinner and night stay.

  • Day 02 – Mumbai – Bhimashankar 220kms
  • Day 03 – Bhimashankar – Shirdi – Shani Shingnapur – Trimbakeshwar
  • Day 04 – Trimbakeshwar – Grishneshwar 110kms
  • Day 05 – Grishneshwar – Mumbai [169kms] and Departure

Inclusion / Exclusion

Inclusions

Pickup and drop from Mumbai or Pune Airport or Railway Station. Accommodation at the luxurious hotel with breakfast included. Prompt A/C transport service and sightseeing from point to point will be available as per the itinerary. Darshan VIP passes are arranged to avoid languishing in the long queues for hours.

Exclusions

Air Fare and Train Fares are not included in the package, personal expenses like tips, phone calls; laundry, porter age, etc. are to be managed by you. Extra usage of vehicles or additional sightseeing, other than mentioned in the itinerary is chargeable. Entrance fees to any monument, museum, and theme parks are not part of the package. Sudden rise in taxes, fuel price or any cost arising due to natural calamities or political issues are to be borne by the client. All the meals other than breakfast are payable. Service tax of 3.50% – 5% on total billing is the client’s part to pay.

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