Jagannath Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu located in Alwar, India. The temple's presiding deity is anthropomorphic form of Lord Jagannath of Puri, while other two deities are SitaramJi and JankiJi. The temple is located in old part of the city and is famous for its annual Rath Yatra festival where Lord Jagannath is carried in a chariot called Indra Vimana. The chariot (earlier an elephant carriage) had been used by erstwhile Maharaja of Alwar and was donated to the temple lateron to be used for the Rath yatra. The Rath Yatra festival follows different traditions and rituals than those of Puri. Here, it is part of annual wedding celebration taking place between Lord Jagannath and JankiJi.
The Baidyanath Jyotirlinga temple, also commonly referred to as the Baidyanath Dham, is one of the twelve Jyotirlingas in India and is considered to be the most sacred abodes of Lord Shiva. Located in Deoghar in the Santhal Parganas division of the state of Jharkhand in India, the large and magnificent temple complex comprises of the main temple of Baba Baidyanath, where the Jyotirlinga is installed, along with twenty-one other significant and beautiful temples. The giant temple complex is a fantastic place to be at, regarding the tranquillity and peace that it offers. The Baba Baidyanath Temple at Deoghar has a remarkable and rich history attached to it. The temple finds mention in several ancient scriptures and continues to be used even in modern day history books. The history of this Jyotirlinga goes back to the Treta Yuga, at the time of Lord Rama. According to popular Hindu beliefs, the demon Ravana, king of Lanka, worshipped Shiva at this very site, where the temple is currently located; to get blessed with the boons that he later wanted to use to wreak havoc in the world. Interestingly, Ravana offered his ten heads one after the other, as a sacrifice to Lord Shiva. Pleased with this act, Shiva proceeded to descend to the Earth to cure Ravana, who was injured. Since Lord Shiva had acted as a doctor, he is referred to as 'Vaidhya', and it is from this aspect of Shiva that the temple derives its name.
Morning arrival Kolkata. Meet our representative and proceed to Gangasagar (4½ hrs journey). Evening arrive at Gangasagar. Overnight stay at Cottage/Lodge/Camp/Trust at Ganga Sagar.
Holy Dip ( Snaan at River-Sagar Confluence) early morning, prayer at Kapil Muni Temple and return to Cottage / Lodge / Camp / Trust, check out and start for excursion to GangaSagar - An Island in the confluence of river Ganga & embayment of Bengal & well known for Kapil Muni Ashram which is advised to be a great devout significance. Also visit 31st SHRI MAHAPRABHUJI'S BAITHAKJI AT GANGASAGAR. After excursion, drive back to Kolkata. Overnight stay in Kolkata.
Morning after breakfast check out from the Kolkata Hotel and drive start for full day Baidyanath Dham and Deoghar Yatra. (Deoghar, literally meaning “the abode of the gods”, can arguably be called the spiritual centre of the state of Jharkhand. It is also known as Baba Dham, enshrines a scared Jyotirlinga. Considered to be one of the most sacred abodes of Lord Shiva. Baidyanath Dham is also one of the Puranic tirthas, consider to be as holy as Haridwar, Rameshwaram and Badrinath. Baidyanath Dham drives its name from the belief that Shiva presides here as a Baidya or a Physician.) and over night stay at Deoghar Hotel.
Sightseeing Place: Deoghar, Baba Baidyanath Temple, Ramakrishna Mission Vidyapith, Noulakha Temple, Nav Durga Mandir, Nandan Pahar, Tapovan, Satsang Ashram, Basukinath, Trikuta Parvat, Lila Temple
Morning after breakfast checkout from the Deoghar hotel and drive start for Kolkata. Evening drop at Railway Station for Train to Puri. Overnight in Train (own cost).
Morning Arrival. Transfer to Puri – Hotel. Visit Shri Janganath Temple, Bedi Hanuman & Gundicha Temple. Evening free on Beach. Overnight stay at Puri.
Morning visit Konark temple. Later, Proceed for Bhubaneswar – enroute visit Khandagiri and Udaigiri Caves. The Caves of Udaigiri and Khandagiri dating back to 3rd Century BC are worth visit of the Sculptures of age old Artists depicting the Social life of the people of that age. Also visit Chaushathi Yogini Temple and Dhauli Rock Edicts.Visit Pipli Artisan village. On arrival in Bhubaneshwar visit Lingraj Temple, Parasurameshwar Temple, Mukteshwar Temple, Rajarani Temple. Evening transfer to Bhuvneshwar railway station for your train to return journey.
Uttarakhand state is known as “ Dev Bhoomi”, yes the state fully deserves this statu...