Arrival at Delhi airport/ railway station and proceed to the Haridwar. Enroute Visit :- Shankubhari Temple (01) , Saharampur . Shakti PeethShakumbhri, meaning the abode of Shakti Goddess Shakambhari, is situated in the Jasmour village area, at a distance of 40 km to the north of Saharanpur in Uttar Pradesh state of Northern India. It has two important temples of Hindu deities: one of the Goddess (Devi) Shakumbhri herself and another one, Bhura-Dev temple,. Further drive to Haridwar. Upon arrival Check in at Hotel. Evening visit Har-ki-Pairi for Ganga Aarti. Overnight at hotel
After breakfast, visit :- Chandi Mandir (02) this is another Siddhapeeth in Haridwar as it is believed that Goddess Chandi fulfills the wishes of her devotees. Legend has it that once the demon kings Shumbh and Nishumbh expropriated the kingdom of God king of Heaven - Indra. To save heaven, Goddess Parvati assumed the form of Chandi and killed the demons – Chand and Munda (army chiefs of Shumbh and Nishumbh) and thereafter rested on the Neel Parvat where the king of Kashmir Suchat Singh got constructed a temple in 1929. The pilgrims can either take a 5 minutes ropeway ride or a 45 min (3 km) trek to reach the main temple at an altitude of 2900 m. The main idol of Goddess Chanda Devi is said to have been established in the 8th century by AdiShankaracharya, the greatest priest of Hindu religion. & Visit Mansa Devi Temple (03) The second most popular place in Haridwar is the Mansa Devi temple. Mansa is derived from the word 'Mansha' which means 'wish'. Hence, the Goddess is supposed to fulfill all the wishes of her devotees. People come with a wish and tie a thread to the branches of the tree in the complex. After fulfillment of the wish they come back again to thank the Goddess and untie the thread. It is propitiously located atop the BilwaParvat on the Shivali hills (southernmost Himalayan range). One can hike up 1.5 km or take a cable car to the main shrine. The inner shrine has two deities installed, one with eight arms and the other one three headed with five arms. Back to Hotel.
Overnight at hotel.
After breakfast, Drive to Chandigarh. Check in at Hotel later visit :- Mansa Devi Temple (03) Two temples are located in the complex of Mansa Devi. The main temple is dedicated to Mansa who is worshipped in the sanctum sanctorum both in the form of ‘pindi’ as well as in her anthropomorphic form executed on a marble. In the sanctum sanctorum she is worshipped with Devi Saraswati and Lakshmi in the form of Pindi (Stone pebbles). Originally the pindis were only worshipped by the devotees. Over night stay at hotel.
After breakfast, drive to Jawalamukhi. Enroute Visit Naina Devi Temple (04). As per Hindu Mythology and Legend, Lord Shiva's consort Sati burnt herself alive in the Yajna (Yagya) to avenge an insult to Lord Shiva. The distraught Shiva picked corpse and gyrated his horrified dance. Then Lord Vishnu moves his Chakra and cuts the Sati's body into fifty one pieces to save the earth from Shiva's wrath. All the fifty one places - where parts of Sati's body fell, became known as Shakti Peeths. It is the place where Sati's eyes fell where this temple is situated. Therefore, this temple is known as Naina Devi. The word Naina is associated with Sati's eyes.
And later Chintpurni Temple (05) Chintpurni is one of the most visited religious place in India. Chintpurni is located in Una, Himachal Pradesh. It is surrounded by the Himalaya in the north and east in the smaller Shivalik range bordering the state of punjab. Further drive to Jawalamukhi. Upon arrival Check in at Hotel. Over night stay at Hotel.
Morning visit Jawalamukhi temple (06) (The Flaming Goddess) is recognized as one of the 51 Shaktipeeths of India, Jwalamukhi's Devi Temple, tended by the followers of Goraknath, is set against a cliff. The picturesque temple, built against a wooded spur, in the Indo-Sikh style, has a dome that was gilded by Mughal Emperor Akbar. An eternally burning flame that issues from a hollow rock in the sanctum is considered the manifestation of the goddess Devi.The main attraction is the burning of 9 Flames without any fuel.
Later drive to Dharamshala.
Enroute Visit :- Vajreshwari Devi (or Kangra Devi) (07) Temple in Kangra. Maa Brajeshwari Devi, also called Vajreshvari Temple is located in the town of Kangra, Himachal Pradesh, India. As per Hindu Mythology, when Sati's body was cut into different pieces, the remaining parts were in this place. Some also believe that it was Sati's breast that fell here. Some devotees cut off their tongues as a sign of devotion to Goddess. The tongues grow quickly, and sometimes on the spot heeling. Maa is worshipped here in the form of a pindi. The offerings to Goddess are divided into three parts each for Mahalakshmi, Mahakali and Mahasaraswati. Further drive to Dharamshala. Upon arrival Check in at Hotel. Over night stay at Hotel.
After breakfast, visit Chamunda Devi Temple (08), Chamunda Devi is revered as a Shakti shrine. This is the place where the Demons Chand and Mund came to conquer Devi Mahakali and during the fight, the Devi cut their heads. The heads were then presented to MaaAmbika, who in turn told Mahakali that She will be worshipped as Chamunda Devi. This Sidhapeeth has now become a place where saints and priests pray amidst natural surroundings. Since this colorful shrine has a wrathful form of Chamunda or Mahakali, it is considered to be very sacred. The idol in the temple is completely hidden beneath a red cloth and it is believed that here Lord Shiva is present in the form of death, destruction and dead bodies along with Chamunda Devi. Devotees flock to this temple to offer prayers, worship and give offerings for their ancestors. Back to Hotel.
Later Visit :- Bhagsunag Temple & Buddhist monastery. Overnight at hotel.
After breakfast, leave for Jammu by surface. Reach Katra and transfer to hotel. Rest of the day at leisure. Over night stay.>
Visit :- Vaishno Devi Temple. Mata Vaishno Devi Mandir is located at Trikuta Hills, Katra, Jammu and Kashmir and is one of the holiest Hindu temples dedicated to Shakti, MaaBhagwati. MaaVaishno Devi, also known as Mata Rani, Vaishnavi and is a manifestation of the Mother Goddess.
MaaVaishno Devi Shrin is at an altitude of 5200 feet and a distance of approximately 13.5 kilometres (8.38851 miles) from Katra. Approximately 8 million pilgrims (yatris) visit the temple every year and it is the second most visited famous religious shrine in India, after TirumalaVenkateswara Temple. Back to Hotel. Over night stay at Hotel.
After breakfast , drop at Jammu Railways/ Airport
Package Cost INR. 34,555/-- Per Person On Twin Sharing Basis.
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