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 5 JYOTIRLINGA and SHIRDI DARSHAN TOUR PACKAGE

5 JYOTIRLINGA and SHIRDI DARSHAN TOUR PACKAGE

5 JYOTIRLINGA & SHIRDI DARSHAN TOUR PACKAGE ( 2N/3D )
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SAIPREM HOLIDAYS offer 5 Jyotirlinga & Shirdi Darshan tour package that covers 5 ancient holy temples of Shiva which are situated in Maharashtra. They are Bhimashankar Jyotirlinga, Trimbakeshwar Jyotirlinga, Grishneshwar Jyotirlinga, Aundha Nagnath Jyotirlinga, and Parli Vaijnath Jyotirlinga.

Saiprem Holidays Jyotirlinga Darshan Tour Package • 2night 3 days • Accommodation with Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner • Food (Veg) • Transport AC • Toll parking taxes from Pune

To 5 Jyotirlinga Darshan By Road: The journey will start from Pune to Bhimashankar Jyotirlinga on the banks of river Bhima in Pune through the mountain range of Sahyadri. The distance is 110Kms. and it takes about 3 hours and 15 minutes by car. Bhimashankar Jyotirlinga to Trimbakeshwar Jyotirlinga situated at Nashik covers distance about 234 Kms. and takes almost 5 hours. Trimbakeshwar Jyotirlinga to Shirdi & Over Night Stay In Shirdi.

Shirdi To Grishneshwar Jyotirlinga takes about 2 hours and covers a distance of up to 120 kms by car and is situated at Aurangabad. Grishneshwar Jyotirlinga to Aundha Nagnath Jyotirlinga located in the Hingoli district of Maharashtra covers distance about 230 kms. and takes almost 5 hours by car.

Aundha Nagnath Jyotirlinga Over Night Stay In Parbhani.
Parbhani to Parli Vaijnath Jyotirlinga which is located in Beed district of Maharashtra covers a distance of 75 kms. and requires 2 hours 11 minutes to reach the destination.
Jyotirlinga Darshan Cars & Buses Available Indica, Swift Dezire, Tavera, Innova, Xylo, Aria, 17 Seater Bus, 20 Seater Bus, 32 Seater Bus

1. BHIMASHANKAR JYOTIRLINGA, PUNE

Bhimashankar Jyotirlinga is an ancient & one of the holiest of holy shrines of Lord Shiva surrounded by a scenic nature with green forest declared as Bhimashankar Wildlife Sanctuary. In this temple, Lord Eshwara is shown in Half man and Half woman (Ardha Narishwara) form.
There is a continuous water flow from this Jyotirlinga, that is believed to be originated from the sweat of Lord Shiva which is the specialty of this place.

2. TRIMBAKESHWAR JYOTIRLNGA, NASHIK
Trimbakeshwar Jyotirlinga is one of the 12 jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva which is considered to be the main jyotirlinga. It is also the origin of river Godavari. The Sun, Moon, and Agni form the three eyes located in a different direction on this Jyotirlinga.
The fascinating & unique feature of this Jyotirlinga is the 3 faced lingams symbolizing Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu, and Lord Rudra.

3. GRISHNESHWAR JYOTIRLINGA, AURANGABAD
Grishneshwar Jyotirlinga temple is located in the Verul village & is made up of red rocks. The walls have beautiful carvings of holy inscriptions and other art work. The temple is 240*185 feet long & has a remarkable five tier shikara.
This shrine is considered to be important because it is believed to be the last Jyotirlinga temple on the earth.

4. AUNDHA NAGNATH JYOTIRLINGA, MAHARASHTRA
Aundha Nagnath Temple is an ancient temple of Shiva located in the Hingoli district of Maharashtra, closely associated with the saints namely Namdev, Visoba Khechara, and Jñanesvar. It is said that even Guru Nanak, the founder of Sikhism visited the temple.At this temple, the Linga faces south and the Gomukha faces the east.
Since the Garba Griha and Linga are at the basement level, devotees have to climb down to worship the main deity. Devotees have often sighted snakes with open hoods guarding the Linga.

5. PARLI VAIJNATH JYOTIRLINGA, MAHARASHTRA

Parli Vaijnath Temple or Parli Vaidyanath Temple is located in the Beed district of Maharashtra. It is believed that anyone who touches the Linga can receive the power of Amrit since Lord Vishnu hid both Amrit and Dhanavantari in the Linga. Devotees are allowed to touch the Linga during worship which helps in healing and reaping various health benefits.
Parli is also considered to be a meeting place of HariHara where festivals of both Hari (Vishnu) and Hara Shiva) are celebrated.



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