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Car Package :- Outstation Tour Package

Morning proceed to Shani Shingnapur temple, and return back by afternoon , shopping and drop at Shirdi Station or Bus stop

Arrive in Nashik - and proceed to visit visit Panchvati temples Sita Gufa, Kapileswar temple, Kalaram temple, and Panchvati   Muktidham temple  . Please Note For Panchvati temple visit Car will be parked near Godavari Ghat and you will need to take a Rickshwa and a guide and visit all the temples within a radius of 1.5 Kms as car cannot go inside small lanes Visit Triambakeshwar Jyotir4linga Temple and return to Shirdi by Night

Aurangabad is an important tourist destination in Maharashtra, as it is home to numerous historical monuments. Ajanta Caves and Ellora Caves are UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Bibi ka Maqbara, which is quite similar to the Taj Mahal, calls Aurangabad its home. One can also find several museums in this city.

The Lonar lake, which is the world's third largest crater lake is located in Aurangabad. Jayakwadi Bird Sanctuary and Gautala Wildlife Sanctuary are other places that one can visit in and around the city.

Bhimashankar is the sixth Jyotirling in the series of Dwadasha Jyotirlingas. The temple is very old and surrounded by a scenic nature with green forest. The place is totally surrounded by dense forest which is also considered as the wild life sanctuary by Indian Government. This hill region is called Sahyadri and situated at a distance of 125Kms from Pune. This forest is also called Khed. The temple is located at Dakini hill (Shikharam). Nana Padnis of Peshwa kingdom has improved this place to a great extent and built the beautiful temple.

The Gateway of India is the main attraction of Mumbai city. Built to commemorate the visit of King George V and Queen Mary for the Delhi Durbar in the year 1911, this massive historical monument makes a must visit during your Mumbai sightseeing. Moreover, there are sites like the Mani Bhawan or the Gandhi memorial, Prince of Wales Museum, Marine Drive and Juhu that give you the feeling of being in the commercial capital of India. The gardens like the Hanging Garden and the Kamla Nehru Garden will provide you the much needed rest between your sightseeing trips and the Chowpatty gives you the view of one of the most happening beaches of Mumbai.

Charming waterfalls, pleasant weather and a quick getaway from the city's hustle bustle, Lonavala and Khandala are perfect for that much-needed weekend break. If you are looking for a quick getaway from the city, Lonavala and Khandala make for that ideal weekend trip in between Mumbai and Pune. Located in the Sahyadri hills in western Maharashtra, these 'hill stations' are just about six kilometres apart and have got a charming backdrop and great picnic spots where you can just sit back and relax.

Mahabaleshwar is a hill station in India's forested Western Ghats range, south of Mumbai. It features several elevated viewing points, such as Arthur's Seat. West of here is centuries-old Pratapgad Fort, perched atop a mountain spur. East, Lingmala Waterfall tumbles off a sheer cliff. Colorful boats dot Venna Lake, while 5 rivers meet at Panch Ganga Temple to the north.

The five Jyotirlingas of Maharashtra are Aundha Nagnath, Bhimashankar, Ghrishneshwar, Parali Vajinath, and Trimbakeshwar. Surrounded by thick dense forest, Bhimashankar is a major pilgrim place. About 25,000 pilgrims visit here to take part in the annual Maha Shivratri fair. Bhimashankar got its name due to the origin of River Bhima here. Trimbakeshwar is a very holy place of Maharashtra. It is situated near Nasik.

It is believed that Aundha Nagnath is constructed by the eldest Pandav while they were in exile for 14 years. The Aundha Nagnath has great significance as it is considered to be the 8th of the 12 Jyotirlingas.

Shakti Peethas are where different parts of Goddess Shakti have fallen when Lord Vishnu's Chakra, Sudarshana Chakra, cut through the corpse of Sati.

There are totally 50+ such locations and not all are undisputed. 18 of these are universally accepted as Shaki Peethas and are collectively known as Maha Shakti Peethas.

 


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