5 Himachal Devi Darshan
Himachal Devi Darshan Package with Kurukshetra from Delhi
Duration : ( 4 Days / 3 Nights)
Major Temples to be Visited : Naina Devi, Chintpurni, Jwala Ji, Nagarkot Brajeshwari Devi (Kangra Devi), Chamunda Nandikeshwar, Bagla Mukhi, Mansa Devi, Bhadrakali Temple, Sthaneshwar Mahadev Temple
The religious Devi temples of Himachal and other regions of North India are most well famous around the country. Most of these devi temples are one of the 51 Shakti Peethas, located on hills, caves and surrounded by dense forest. Naina Devi, Chintpurni, Jwala Mukhi, and Brajeshwari Devi at Kangra are the 4 Shaktipeeths in Himachal.
Himachal Devi Darshan Package from Delhi 3 Nights / 4 Days with accomodation & cab. Call 9816684040.
We at Tour Trip Mart have specially crafted a 4 Days 3 Nights itinerary for Himachal Devi Darshan Package with Kurukshetra from New Delhi which covers all the Shaktipeeths in Himachal Pradesh along with famous Sidh Peeths of Chamunda Devi and Mata Bagla Mukhi Ji - the Godess with Captivating and Hypnotising Powers in her face or herself which fights the evil away.
Day 1: New Delhi - Chintpurni - Jwala Mukhi Ji
Journey Hours : 7-8 | Night Stay : Jwala Mukhi
Our Devi Darshan Taxi Driver/ representative will receive you from New Delhi Airport / Railway Station or your desired point. We will drive for about 7 hours to reach Chintpurni Devi. Chintpurni Shaktipeeth also known as Mata Shri Chhinnamastika Devi. Visit Garbha Griha and have darshan of Mata Ji. According to legend the head of Devi Sati fell at this place and is thus considered one of the most important of the 51 Shakti Peeths. The Goddess is depicted in a pindi (phallic) form at the temple & is also known as Shri Chhinnamastika Devi who takes away all the worries of her devotees. The term 'Chhinnamastika' means 'without the head'. Later drive for about 1 hour to reach Jwala Mukhi Temple. Check in to your hotel and relax. Night stay at hotel in Jwala Mukhi.
Day 2 :Jwala Devi Darshan - Brajeshwari Devi (Kangra) - Chamunda Devi
Jwala Mukhi- (35 Kms / 1 Hour)- Kangra Devi ( 22 Kms / 40 Minutes) Chamunda Night Stay.
Early in the morning visit Jwala Ji Temple, as there will be lesser number of devotees in the morning. You can also attend 'Morning Aarti of Jwala Ji. Mata Jwala Ji the presiding deity is present in the form of flames. Due to this fact, the goddess is also referred as the 'Flaming Goddess'. As per the legends Jwala Ji Devi temple is also one of the 51 Shaktipeeths where the mouth or tongue of Devi Sati fell here at the time of self-sacrifice. Ever since, the Goddess occupied the place and she manifested in nine flames that are named as Mahakali, Annapurna, Chandi, Hinglaj, Vindhya Vasini, Mahalakshmi, Saraswati, Ambika and Anji Devi respectively. Seek the divine blessings from Jwala Mata Ji & spend some time visiting the nearby temples such as Gorakh Dibbi & Garbh Grih. It is said that centuries ago, a shephard saw the flames for the first time and Raja Bhumi Chandra, the ruler of the area had the original temple built. The Mughal Emperor Akbar installed a gold parasol and Maharaja Ranjit Singh had the dome gilded. Across the courtyard is Devi`s bed chamber and above the temple is the shrine of Baba Gorakhnath.
Check out from your hotel and drive for about 1 hour to reach Brajeshwari Devi Kangra located at a distance of about 35 kms from Jwala Mukhi. The main deity of this temple is Brajeshwari Devi who is also known as Vajrayogini or Nagarkot Dhaam. She is also the incarnation of Parvati, the Goddess or Aadi Maya on the Earth. It is one of the 51 Shaktipeeths of Devi Mata Ji. It is said to be built over the ashen and charred breasts of Goddess Sati. The sacred and holy shrine is known for its extreme wealth it has gathered overages. Later we will drive for about 40 minutes to reach Chamunda Devi.
Check in to your hotel and freshen up. Later visit Chamunda Devi Temple in the evening and you can attend "Evening Aarti of Chamunda Devi". Night stay at hotel in Chamunda Devi.
Day 3: Chamunda Devi - Bagla Mukhi - Naina Devi- Chandigarh
Chamunda Devi - Bagla Mukhi (46 Kms / 1.5 Hours) - Naina Devi (135 Kms / 3 Hours) - Chandigarh (105 Kms / 2 Hours)
In the morning after check out proceed towards Bagla Mukhi Ji. The shrine is dedicated to one of the Ten Mahavidyas of the Supreme Goddess as per Shaktism. Devotees visit the temple with hopes of getting their wishes fulfilled, cases won, exams passed or life otherwise to be happy and successful. It is said that anything asked for after performing homagni and yajna at the temple is granted. The name Bagalamukhi comes from two separate Sanskrit words, 'Bagala' meaning 'bride' and 'mukhi' meaning 'face'. In essence, it translates to the deity having captivating and hypnotising powers in her face or herself which fights the evil away. It is said that yellow is the favourite colour of the goddess which is why the Baglamukhi Temple has been painted yellow in colour. All the worshippers of the Goddess wear yellow coloured clothes, and yellow sweets are offered to the deity. Many festivals are celebrated at Maa Baglamukhi Temple including Navratri, Guru Purnima, Vasant Panchami, and other special pujas and aartis.
Later drive towards Naina Devi Ji.The Temple of Shri Naina Devi Ji is situated on a hilltop at a height of 1219 m above sea level, it was built by Raja Bir Chand in the 8th century. This temple was constructed on a triangular hillock and is considered one of the 51 Shakti Peeths of Sati. The temple can be reached on foot or manual carriages. There is also a ropeway that can be used to reach the hilltop. After crossing the main entrance gate, you will notice a grand Peepal tree on the left side. Just opposite the tree, there are idols of Lord Ganesha and Lord Hanuman. Upon reaching the main temple, you will be greeted by two statues of lions. The inner sanctum of the temple has three idols- Kali Devi on the left, the Eyes of the Shakti in the middle, and Lord Ganesha on the right. The entire stretch leading up to the temple is lined with small shops that sell prasad and souvenirs. The temple attracts thousands of devotees and can be very crowded on auspicious Hindu days. This temple is among the most revered temples in the country. The eyes of Devi Sati fall at this place.
After darshans we will drive again for about 2 Hours to reach Chandigarh. On reaching check in to your hotel, freshen up. You can explore nearby Markets at your own. Night stay at hotel.
Day 4: Mansa Devi Darshan - Kurukshetra - New Delhi
After check out drive towards Mansa Devi Shaktipeeth.This temple is the holy abode of Mata Mansa. The forehead of Devi Sati fall at this place in Panchkula. Devotees horde this place to tie a thread around the tree as it is believed that wishes of people come true by doing it.
Later drive for about 2 hours to reach Kurukshetra. On reaching visit Brahma Sarovar, a picturesque lake where exquisiteness, history and myths overlap each other. Surrounded by an array of sacred temples, it proffers salubrious and pleasant ambience to the devotees. Moreover, the Sarovar has its mention in the ancient book called Kitab-Ul-Hind, which was written down by Alberuni (advisor of Turkish Ruler Mahmud Ghaznavi).
Later proceed towards Bhadrakali Temple, it is considered as one of the Shakti Peethas where desires of the devotees are deemed to be nurtured. According to the myths, the Pandavas had offered prayers to Goddess Durga to attain a benefit of victory in the battle of Mahabharata.
After darshans we will visit Sthaneshwar Mahadev Temple, the site that holds close connection with the Pandavas kith and kin, Sthaneshwar Mahadev Temple is one of the highly visited Shiva Shrines in the striking town of Kurukshetra. There is a holy tank situated next to the temple which is believed to have some medicinal properties.
On our way back we will also be visiting Krishna Museum which portrayes the different characters of Lord Krishna from 1st century to 11th century. There are many things in the museum that will certainly allure the attention of the visitors including Lord Ganesha statue, wooden panels, palm-leaf etchings and miniature paintings. On reaching we will drop you at New Delhi Airport or Railway Station.
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