4 Nights 5 Days Devbhoomi Darshan Bharaman Yojna for Senior Citizens
( Jawalamukhi- Palampur – Chamunda Ji – Dharamshala- Brijeshwari Ji – Baglamukhi Ji – Naina Devi Ji)
Package Starting from Shimla
|Departure from Hotel Holiday Home, Shimla
Tea at Hotel Baghal, Darlaghat
Lunch at Hotel Lakeview, Bilaspur
Arrival at Hotel Jawalaji, Jawalamukhi & Evening Tea
Darshan at Jawalamukhi Temple, Jawalamukhi and enjoy evening arti
Dinner and night stay at Hotel Jawalaji, Jawalamukhi
About Jawalaji Temple
The best known Jwala Ji shrine is located in the lower Himalayas in Jawalamukhi town of the Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh. The temple style is typical of Jwala Ji shrines, four cornered, with a small dome on the top and a square central pit of hollowed stone inside where the main flame burns endlessly. Maa JwalaMukhi is family Goddess or Kuldevi of Gujrals and Bhatias. According to the legend, when Sati's body was divided into 51 parts, Sati Mata's tongue fell here. The flames/ Jyotis are the representation of the same. Some say that Sati's clothes fell here. When they fell they were on fire, the fire has never blown out. Along with tongue, the flames of Sati's yogic power also had fallen to the place.
Jwalaji or Jwala Mukhi is probably the most ancient temple discussed here besides Vaishno Devi. It is mentioned in the Mahabharata and other scriptures. There is a natural cave where eternal flames continue to burn. Some say there are seven or nine flames for the seven divine sisters or the nine Durgas. It is here that Sati's tongue fell which can now be seen in the form of the flame.
|Post breakfast proceed to Chinmaya Tapovan - A tranquil meditation complex set up by the great exponent of the Gita Swami Chinmayananda.
Arrival at Yatri Niwas, Chamunda Ji and served with lunch
Darshan at Chamunda Devi Temple and enjoy evening arti
Dinner and Night Stay at Yatri Niwas, Chamunda Ji
About Chamundaji Temple
The famous temple of Ma Chamunda is in Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh, India. It is around 10 km west of Palampur, on the Baner river. Around 400 years ago the king and a Brahmin priest prayed to Devi for permission to move the temple to some easily accessible location. Devi appeared to the priest in a dream giving her consent. She directed him to dig in a certain spot and an ancient idol would be found and that idol should be installed in the temple and worshipped as Her form.
The king sent out men to bring the idol. Although they were able to locate it but were not able to lift it. Again Devi appeared to the priest in a dream. She explained that the men could not lift the holy relic because they considered it an ordinary stone. She instructed him to get up early in the morning, take a bath, wear fresh clothes and go to the place in a respectful manner. He did as he was told and found that he could easily lift what a large group of men could not. He told the people that it was the power of the Goddess that brought the idol to the temple.
|Post Breakfast proceed for darshan at Brijeshwari Ji Temple, Kangra
Darshan at Baglamukhi Temple, Bankhandi and have langar prasad
Darshan at Chintpurni Ji Temple and enjoy evening arti
Arrival at Hotel Chintpurni Heights, Bharwain followed and dinner and stay
About Brijeshwari Ji Temple
An eleventh century shikhara style temple dedicated to goddess Vajreshwari, the stunning Bajreshwari Devi temple is a stupendous example of superior stone carving. One among the two pillars situated at the entrance of the temple carries some inscriptions that gave some information about the period of construction of the temple. At the doorway of the temple there are two janitors holding staff in their hands. The exterior alcoves are enshrined with the images of four-armed Durga seated on a lion and Vishnu in Vaikuntha form. The marvelously carved pillars depict images of numerous gods and goddesses of the Hindu Pantheon. One among the hectic pilgrim center, Bajreshwari Devi Temple, is a must visit sacred spot that one should not spare with.
|Day - 4||09:00 AM|
|Post Breakfast proceed for darshan at Naina Devi Ji Temple
Darshan at Naina Devi Ji Temple
Lunch at Hotel Hilltop, Swarghat
Enjoy Ropeway Ride ( Extra Charges applicable)
Dinner and stay at Hotel Hilltop, Swarghat
About Naina Devi Temple
Naina Devi TempleNaina Devi Temple is a holy shrine that is dedicated to Shri Naina Devi, one of the forms of Goddess Shakti. Located on the top of a hill in Bilaspur district of Himachal Pradesh, Naina Devi Mandir is one amongst the fifty one Shakti Peeths. The Temple of Naina Devi is a famous temple, connected to the National Highway No. 21 for the facility of pilgrims. The hill can be reached through a road by vehicles and to reach the summit, one can opt for concrete steps or cable car.
Naina Devi Temple is a sacred place especially for the Hindus. Pilgrims come to visit this temple to pay their homage to the Goddess. According to the legends, the different body parts of Sati fell on the earth during the time of self-sacrifice. It is believed that Sati's eyes fell at this point and subsequently, a temple was built here to commemorate the goddess. The term 'Naina' suggests 'eyes', so the goddess came to be known as Naina Devi.
|Day - 5||10:00 AM|
|Post Breakfast proceed to Shimla
Lunch at Hotel Baghal, Darlaghat
Dropping at HHH, Shimla Parking and Tour Ends.
Package Charges per person 9,450/- ( Includes boarding, lodging and transportation)
- Accommodation on dual sharing basis.
- Pickup and dropping facility from place of stay to pick-up/ dropping point will be available at extra price
- Package can be customized as per needs of the guests. Package can also be operated from any other place.
- Cancellation allowed only before 7 days from start of tour @20% of package cost as cancellation charges. No cancellation allowed thereafter.
- For more details and bookings, please contact HPTDC Marketing Office, The Mall, Shimla. Tel 0177-2658302, 2652561. E-mail- firstname.lastname@example.org
- Following dates have been fixed for departure of first batched of the tour
- Shimla – 16th February, 2019
- Bilaspur – 17th February, 2019
- Solan – 18th February, 2019
- Nahan – 19th February, 2019
- Mandi – 20th February, 2019
- Una – 21st February, 2019
- Kangra- 22nd February, 2019
- Hamirpur – 23rd February, 2019
- Kullu- 24th February, 2019
- Chamba- 25th February, 2019
- Kinnaur – 26th February, 2019
- Lahaul & Spiti – 27th February, 2019
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Devbhoomi Package Starting from Solan – (Devdarshan-02)
Devbhoomi Package Starting from Nahan – (Devdarshan-03)
Devbhoomi Package Starting from Mandi- – (Devdarshan-04)
Devbhoomi Package Starting from Bilaspur – (Devdarshan-05)
Devbhoomi Package Starting from Una – (Devdarshan-06)
Devbhoomi Package Starting from Kangra- (Devdarshan-07)
Devbhoomi Package Starting from Hamirpur- (Devdarshan-08)
Devbhoomi Package Starting from Kullu- (Devdarshan-09)
Devbhoomi Package Starting from Chamba- (Devdarshan-10)
Devbhoomi Package Starting from Kinnaur- (Devdarshan-11)
Devbhoomi Package Starting from Lahaul & Spiti- (Devdarshan-12)