• Ashtavinayak Yatra / 2N-3D

    Ashtavinayak Yatra
  • Ashtavinayak Yatra / 2N-3D

    Mumbai – Pune: Visit Varad Vinayak, Ballaleshvara & Maha Ganpati

    Day 1 Mumbai – Pune: Visit Varad Vinayak, Ballaleshvara & Maha Ganpati

    You will be picked up from your location in Mumbai (within city limits) early morning as you begin your Ashtavinayak Yatra. You will first visit Mahad (161 kms) which has a personality of its own due to its mythological, historical, social and cultural importance. Here, Ganesh as Varad Vinayak fulfils all desires and grants all boons. The temple premises are on one side of a beautiful pond. The idol of this temple faces the east and has his trunk turned to the left. There is an oil lamp, Anandeep in this shrine which is said to be burning continuously since 1892. Now continue your journey to Pali (72kms) situated in the Sudhagad taluka in Raigad district. Here you visit the temple of Ballaleshvara, the only Ganesha who is famous by the name of his devotee and who is dressed up as a Brahmin. Drive onward to Ranjangaon (154 kms). The Maha Ganpati here is the most powerful representation of Lord Ganesh, depicted as having eight, ten or twelve arms. It is after invoking this form of Ganesha that Shiva vanquished the demon Tripurasur and so he is also known as Tripurarivade MahaGanpati. You will be provided stopovers enroute for Breakfast and Lunch (at own cost). After Ranjangaon, you proceed to Pune city and check in to your hotel late evening. Overnight at hotel in Pune.
  • Ashtavinayak Yatra / 2N-3D

    Pune: Visit: Chintamani, Sidhivinayak & Moreshwar Temples

    Day 2 Pune: Visit: Chintamani, Sidhivinayak & Moreshwar Temples

    Today after breakfast you leave for Darshan of Ganeshas, starting from the temple dedicated to Chintamani Vinayak in Theyoor (26kms) in the Haveli Taluka along the river Mulamutha. Chintamani is believed to bring peace of mind and remove all perplexities of the mind. Next on the Yatra is Siddhtek, a remote little village along the river Bhima in the Ahmednagar district. The Siddhivinayak at Siddhtek (93 kms) is considered an especially powerful deity and it is believed that Lord Vishnu acquired Siddhi here in Siddhtek mountain. Later you leave for the Moreshwar temple along the Karha river in Morgaon village (76kms) having derived its name from Mor meaning peacock which were abundant at one time. The temple looks like a tiny fort from a distance. You will be provided stopovers enroute for Lunch (at own cost). Return to Pune late evening and overnight Stay in Pune. (B)
  • Ashtavinayak Yatra / 2N-3D

    Pune: Vighneshwar & Girijatmtaj Vinayak Temple - Depart

    Day 3 Pune: Vighneshwar & Girijatmtaj Vinayak Temple - Depart

    Today after breakfast you check out of the hotel and proceed to Ozhar on the banks of the Kukdeshwar river. Ozhar, is the abode of Lord Vighneshwara - remover of all obstacles, which he did by vanquishing the demon Vighnasura .Onward to Lenyadri to the North of Pune, along the Kukdi river. Here Girijatmaj Vinayak refers to Ganesh as the son of Parvati. Girija is another name for Parvati and Atamaj means son. This is the only temple of the Ashtavinayak which is on a mountain and is set in a Buddhist cave-temple . You will be provided stopovers for lunch ( at own cost) and then drive back to Mumbai after the divine Yatra. (B)
  • Ashtavinayak Yatra / 2N-3D

    Accomodation

    Location Premium (4.5 – 5*) Deluxe (3.5 - 4.5*) Standard (2.5 - 3.5*)
    Pune Vits Hotel Panchratna Hotel Sapna Executive
    Note: Accommodation will be provided in the Hotels/Resorts mentioned above or in similar category.
  • Ashtavinayak Yatra / 2N-3D

    Package Inclusions & Exclusions

    Inclusions

    • Accommodation for 2 nights in Pune with breakfast, • Transfers Ex-Mumbai in private AC vehicle, • Visit to the 8 temples on the Ashtavinayak circuit.

    Exclusions

    • Meals and transfers other than what is mentioned in the itinerary. • Cost of transportation towards any increase in distance travelled beyond 750 kms for the entire Yatra.

    Notes

    Ashtavinayaka literally means "Eight Ganeshas" in Sanskrit- Ganesha is the Hindu deity of obstacles, unity, prosperity and learning. The term refers to eight Ganeshas. Ashtavinayaka yatra refers to a pilgrimage to the eight Hindu temples in Maharashtra that house eight distinct idols of Ganesha, in a pre-ascertained sequence.;
  • Ashtavinayak Yatra / 2N-3D

    Ashtavinayak Yatra

    Package Price (per person)

    Validity: 01 Apr 2017 to 30 Sep 2017 BARRING PEAK AND BLOCK OUT PERIODS

    Rooming Basis Premium (4.5 – 5*) Deluxe (3.5 - 4.5*) Standard (2.5 - 3.5*)
    Adult Twin Sharing INR 19250 INR 16500 INR 14190
    EXCL GST OF 5.0%
    Package Price may vary as per actual Date of Travel
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