Maharashtra Jyotrilinga Tour


Maharashtra Jyotrilinga Tour

Tour Highlights:

Maharashtra, a state steeped in history and culture, is home to five sacred Jyotirlingas, each exuding a unique energy and offering pilgrims a transformative experience. Join us on a spiritual odyssey as we explore these sanctuaries, tracing the divine essence that connects them all.

Gracing Grishneshwar: The Dweller in the Heart

Begin your journey at the Grishneshwar Jyotirlinga, situated near Ellora. This sacred abode of Lord Shiva is believed to be the last of the twelve Jyotirlingas and radiates a profound spiritual aura. The intricately carved temple reflects the architectural splendor of ancient India, while the divine energy within invites devotees to connect with the cosmic consciousness.

Trimbak: The Origin of Sacred River Godavari

Venture to Trimbak, nestled in the picturesque Nashik district, where the Trimbakeshwar Jyotirlinga resides. This sacred linga holds significance not only for its divine presence but also as the source of the holy river Godavari. The temple, adorned with intricate sculptures, echoes with the chants of devotees seeking blessings for spiritual enlightenment and liberation.

Bhimashankar: The Abode of Tranquility

Hidden amidst the lush greenery of the Sahyadri range, Bhimashankar beckons pilgrims with its serene ambiance. The Bhimashankar Jyotirlinga is revered for its association with the legend of Lord Shiva's divine intervention to quell the demon Bhima. The temple's unique architecture and the surrounding natural beauty create a harmonious blend, offering devotees a tranquil space for introspection and worship.

Aundha Nagnath: The Timeless Abode

Journey to Aundha Nagnath, where time seems to stand still in reverence to Lord Shiva. This ancient temple, surrounded by myths and legends, exudes a timeless energy that transcends the temporal world. Devotees visit Aundha Nagnath to seek solace and blessings, immersing themselves in the spiritual vibrations that echo through the corridors of this sacred sanctuary.

Parli Vaijnath: The Spiritual Resonance

Discover the spiritual resonance of Parli Vaijnath, where the Vaijnath Jyotirlinga stands as a symbol of divine grace. Pilgrims visit this sacred site to witness the fusion of faith and architectural grandeur. The temple, adorned with intricate carvings and sculptures, provides a serene backdrop for seekers on their quest for spiritual elevation.

Maharashtra Jyotrilinga Tour


Day 1

Day 01: Pune - Kolhaapur

Pick up from Pune - Morning proceed to Kolhapur - Visit Kolhapur Mahalakshmi Temple one of the Shaktipeeth - Night halt in Kolhapur.

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Day 2

Day 02: Kolhapur- Pandharpur- Solapur

Morning proceed to Pandharpur - Visit Vitthal temple , Rukmani temple ,Pundalika temple ,Vishnupad temple & Sri Radha Pandrinath or ISKON temple and proceed to Solapur Night halt in Solapur.

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Day 3

Day 03 Solapur- Nanded

Morning afterbreakfast checkout from hotel and drive to Nanded. Visit Renuka Temple. Overnight stay at hotel.

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Day 4

Day 04 - Nanded- Aurangabad

Morning proceed to visit Tuljapur Bhavani temple one of the Shaktipeeth temple and move to visit Aundha Nagnath Jyotirlinga & Parli Vaijnath Jyotirlinga and come to Aurangabad for night halt in  Aurangabad.

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Day 5

Day 05- Aurangabad- Shirdi

Morning proceed to visit Grishneshwar Jyotirlinga and visit Shanishingnapur and move to Shirdi – Night halt in Shirdi.

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Day 6

Day 06-Shirdi- Triambakeshwar - Nashik- Shirdi

Morning visit up visit Saibaba temple & other temples like Dwarkamai, Chavdi, Khandoba Temple, Nand deep, Sai Museum all in the same complex - proceed to visit Proceed to Nashik visit Triambakeshwar Jyotirlinga temple and also visit Nashik temple  visit Panchvati temples Sita Gufa, Kapileswar temple, Kalaram temple, and Muktidham temple ( temple featuring all important temple in  India )   . Please Note For Panchvati temple visit Car will be parked near Godavari Ghat and you will need to take a Rickshaw and a guide and visit all the temples within a radius of 1.5 Kms as car cannot go inside small lanes. Night halt in Shirdi .

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Day 7

Day 07 - Shirdi- Bhimashankar -Pune

Morning – optional visit to Saibaba Temple and move and  Start for Bhimashankar jyotirlinga and drop at Pune Airport by evening for onward journey.

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  • Daily Breakfast for All days during stay in Hotel
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There are five Jyotirlingas in Maharashtra - Trimbakeshwar near Nashik, Bhimashankar near Pune, Grishneshwar near Ellora, Aundha Nagnath in Hingoli, and Parli Vaijnath in Beed.

Jyotirlingas are considered to be sacred manifestations of Lord Shiva. Devotees believe that visiting these Jyotirlingas helps in attaining spiritual blessings and divine grace.

The tour can be undertaken throughout the year, but many people prefer the winter months (October to February) for a more comfortable pilgrimage experience.

The itinerary usually includes visiting all five Jyotirlingas in a systematic manner. It's advisable to plan the tour with consideration for travel time between locations.

Travel can be done by road, and many people opt for a guided tour or hire a cab. Some locations may also be accessible by train, depending on the route chosen.

Devotees often perform rituals like Rudrabhishek, a ceremonial bathing of the Shiva Linga with various substances. It's recommended to check with local priests for specific rituals at each temple.

Yes, most Jyotirlinga temples are open to people of all faiths. However, visitors are expected to respect the religious practices and traditions of the temple.

While there might not be a strict dress code, it's advisable to dress modestly when visiting religious places. Wearing modest and traditional attire is often appreciated.

Photography and videography policies vary from temple to temple. It's recommended to check with the temple authorities about any restrictions.

Depending on the itinerary, there might be other historical and cultural attractions in the vicinity of the Jyotirlinga temples that tourists can explore.
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