A Guide to 3 Days of Jyotirlinga Package in Maharashtra
A Jyotirlinga is a Hindu temple dedicated to the manifestation of one of the many forms of the supreme god Shiva. The word “Jyotirlinga” literally means “Shiva’s light”. The term is used to refer to any temple that is considered a source of spiritual power and is found in many Hindu temples.
The first temple was built by Lord Vishnu who created a lingam (symbol of Shiva) out of his own body on top of a hillock called Trilokinath. The second temple was built by Parvati, who created a lingam from her hair on top of another hillock called Vaidyanath. The third temple was built by Lord Brahma and is known as Bhubaneshwar, or the Golden Temple. It sits at the top of a mountain and is surrounded by a park.
3 Days 3 Jyotirlinga in Maharashtra, starting from Mumbai
For any traveler who is in Maharashtra on a vacation, the offer of 3 Days 3 Jyotirlinga Package by Deccan Tourism is an exclusive and luxurious experience.
The package includes Three Jyotirlingas to visit in just three days for your convenience, a splendid hotel, and all the necessary traveling needs.
Here’s how your trip will go –
This holy temple is located on the southern bank of the Bhima River in Pune. The temple’s history dates back to about 1,800 years. It is believed that during a battle between the forces of Lord Ram and Lord Krishna, Bhimashankar fell at this place. The temple was constructed 2,000 years ago after the battle ended.
Simply book your jyotirlinga packages by visiting a link given below.
One of the most famous temples in Maharashtra, Ghrishneshwar temple is located in Deogad on the outskirts of Pune.
The Ghrishneshwar Temple is a Hindu temple situated near Bhimashankar, in the Indian state of Maharashtra. It is dedicated to Shiva.
The story of the Ghrishneshwar Temple correlates with that of Indrapurisvar, king of the gods and ruler of the netherworld. The King’s wife, Padmavati had three sons – Vithoba (Vituva), Nagachandra (Nagrachandra), and Ghrishneshwar (Grihnashwa). Vishnu took birth on Earth as Shrikrishna to rescue her from her husband’s death penalty.
King Naga Dev built the Ghrishneshwar temple in 1595 on top of a site where he had killed a demon named Ghrishnesh.
Trimbakeshwar Temple is one of the most beautiful and sacred places near the city of Nashik.
Translated by ancient Sanskrit into English, Trimbakeshwar means “the place where three waters merge”. The temple has a large pond and a natural waterfall that makes it popular among both pilgrims and tourists in Maharashtra.
Trimbakeshwar Temple is located at an altitude of 632 m, with a view of the fort on one side and Dattatraya Hill on the other. It is about 19 km from Nashik city, 42 km from Poona city and 74 km from Aurangabad.
Conclude your Trip with Shirdi Sai Temple
Sai Shirdi Temple is one of the most famous tourist attractions in India due to its world-renowned marble dome and well.
India’s first Sai Baba Temple has been constructed in Shirdi, the revered birthplace of Sai Baba.
Sai Shirdi is a village in Maharashtra, India and one of the most important places for Sai followers. It is also popular as an ancient pilgrimage site for Hindus, Muslims and Jains.
Shirdi is also home to one of India’s first Sai Baba Temples, which was initially constructed by the British colonialists in 1877.
Book Your 3 Days 3 Jyotirlinga in Maharashtra Tip Today!
Accommodation on Double sharing basis
Pvt Car for Transfers & Sightseeing
All Toll Parking & Driver Charges
Pick Up : Mumbai/ Drop at : Mumbai
Monuments Entry Fees