Tour To Ahmedabad Dwarka Somnath Diu
- Accommodation at mentioned hotel or similar categories.
- All Transfers and Sightseeing as per Itinerary
- Daily Breakfast
- Good route knowledgeable experienced driver.
- Monument Entrances.
- Services of English Speaking Local Guide.
- Expense of personal nature like tipping, laundry, telephone/fax calls, alcoholic beverages, camera/video camera fee at monuments, medical expenses, airport departure tax etc. Any other services not mentioned in the inclusions.
- International or Domestic airfare/Train Fare
- Any expenses caused by reasons beyond our control such as road blocks, accidents & any medical evacuations. Any train delays, or re-scheduling etc. Any Visa fees, insurance fees, etc. Any tips to hotel staff, local guides, drivers etc. Any meals apart from the ones mentioned above. Any expenses apart from the ones above.
- Additional costs due to flight cancellation, road blocks etc. Cost incidental to any change in the itinerary/ stay on account of flight cancellation due to bad weather, ill health, roadblocks and/or any factors beyond control.
Day 1 – AHMEDABAD-DWARKA (450KMS)
Today we drive to Dwarka.
Dwarka : An old city, lodging one of the chief journeys – ‘Dwarkadhish sanctuary’ of Hindus. As indicated by the legend, Lord Krishna moved to this beach front town to set up a capital. Marine unearthings of the Dwarka drift have uncovered essential confirmations of old city, which presumably incorporate the ‘Dwarawati’ of the ‘Krishna Lila’. Today, it isn’t just a noteworthy journey site however a wonderful spot for a shoreline occasion.
Another well known place in Dwarka, some portion of the Dwarkadhish Temple is SabhaMandap. It is a 60-pillared lobby, which houses just about 2500 years of age sacred texts. The lobby has ‘jharokhas’, offering a pleasant perspective of the adjacent streaming Gomti River.
Go to night Aarti at Dwarkadhish sanctuary.
Day 2 – DWARKA-BET DWARKA-NAGESHWAR JYOTIRLINGA-RUKMINI TEMPLE-BHADKESHWAR MAHADEV TEMPLE-DWARKA
Today we visit Bet Dwarka, Nageshwar jyotirlinga, Rukmini sanctuary and Bhadkeshwar Mahadev sanctuary.
Wager Dwarka : Bet is arranged at 30kms from Dwarka and is encompassed via ocean from all sides. One can achieve Bet from Dwarka through Okha by street. On achieving Okha port pier, one can achieve Bet through a little ocean venture in a dispatch or in a little pontoon.
Nageshwar Temple or Nagnath Temple is situated on the course between Gomati Dwarka and the Bait Dwarka Island on the bank of Saurashtra in Gujarat. The Jyotirlinga cherished in the Temple of Nagnath is known as Nageshwar Mahadev and pulls in a huge number of explorers all round the year. This intense Jyotirlinga symbolizes security from all toxic substances. It is said that the individuals who implore the Nageshwar Linga turned out to be free of toxic substance. The Rudra Samhita sloka alludes to Nageshwar with the expression ‘Daarukaavane Naagesham’
The Rukmini sanctuary, dating from 12 to 13 Century, was worked out of appreciation for Rani Rukmani, princess of Vidharba, which was to be hitched to Sishupala, yet fled with Lord Krishna. This little sanctuary, 1.5 km north of the city, is a design perfect work of art. The sanctuary dividers are enriched with wonderful works of art and models.
Gopi Talav : This is where Lord Krishna used to play with his Gopikas. There is a little lake where it is said that Lord Krishna used to play with the Gopika Strees (Gopika Women).
Bhadkeshwar Temple : Bhadkeshwar Mahadev Mandir is on the hillock in the ocean. The worshipped sanctuary is behind the Geeta Mandir, in the west of Dwarka. Amid the high tide the sanctuary gets encompassed by water, yet at the season of ebb when the water level come backs to ordinary one can reach there effortlessly. There are ventures to get into the sanctuary. Chandra-Mouliswar Shiva is the managing god at the center of the sanctuary. The divinity frame was found at the juncture of Gomati, Ganga and Arabian Sea by the Acharya Jagatguru Sankaracharya himself. Also, there are 1200 Salgramshilas, 1300 Shiva Lingas, metal types of 75 Sankaracharyas.
Day 3 – DWARKA-PORBANDAR (100KMS)- SOMNATH (140KMS)
Today we drive to Somnath enroute visiting KirtiMandir at Porbandar.
Kirti Mandir : Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was conceived and lived here until the point that he was twelve. It remains toward the edge of an expansive patio in the west of town. A swastika on the floor in a little room denotes the genuine spot. It houses numerous accumulations of Gandhian memorabilia. There is additionally a display of photos, some with English subtitles, and a little bookshop.
Somnath: One of the most loved and an imperative focal point of culture and patriotism. The incredible sanctuary contains a ‘jyotirlinga’. Plundered and devastated, manufactured and reconstructed a few times, it speaks to the endless magnificence and quality of the Indian culture. The present breathtaking structure was reconstructed around five decades back, at the correct spot where the first hallowed place was found. The iron man of India Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel was instrumental in the development of the present sanctuary.
Bhalka Tirth : North of Somnath enroute Veraval is the well known Lord Krishna sanctuary, Bhalka Tirtha, on the site where Shree Krishna is said to have been erroneously shot in the foot. Adjacent is Dehostsarg, where he surrendered to his human injury. The sanctuary Bhalka Tirth is known as Mahaprabhuji’s bethak, and a tulsi tree has been planted in Lord Krishna’s memory. At the Dehotsarg Tirth, in the ninth century AD Shri Vallabhacharya gave talks on Shrimad Bhagwat Gita for seven days, and in addition the worshipped Gita Mandir, which has eighteen marble columns with a section from the Bhavwat Gita engraved on every one. The sanctuary likewise contains a delightful tribhangi icon of Lord Krishna playing his woodwind.
Medium-term at Somnath.
Day 4 – SOMNATH-BHAVNAGAR (286KMS)
Today we drive to Bhavnagar.
Visit the Takhteshwar Temple, worked in nineteenth century. It is situated on a slope on a high plinth offering a directing perspective of Bhavnagar. The high ‘shikara’ transcending the pillared rectangular mandapa makes it a critical milestone.
Day 5 – BHAVNAGAR-NISHKALANK MAHADEV TEMPLE-VADODARA (194KMS)
Today we visit the Nishkalank Mahadev sanctuary and later we drive to Vadodara.
Nishkalank Temple : “NISHKALANK” TAMPLE IN THE SEA (around 1 KM inside Arabian Sea) AT THE BAY OF CAMBAY AND GULF OF KHAMBHAT. Close BHAVNAGAR CITY. The sanctuary goes like thinks when Pandavas moved toward Lord Krishna to demonstrate the Marg to santify the transgressions of kurukshetra War He send them on Pilgrimage with Black dairy animals and Black Flag and trained to direct compensation when/where the dark cow/signal winds up WHITE.
Here the dairy animals/signal turned white and Lord Shiva showed up before Pandavas in the linga”Roopam”. The ocean water retreats just at this sanctuary point for couple of hours and return back.
Consistently the ocean pull back water to permit piligrims to have darshan of shiva between 1:oo P.M. to 1o:oo P.M.
pioneers quietly sit tight for the retreating wave and have Darshan return securely before the tide return “Har Mahadev” the conviction upheld by sundry religions.
Medium-term at Vadodara.
Day 6 – VADODARA-PAVAGADH (48KMS)- KAYAVAROHAN (83KMS)- AHMEDABAD (145KMS)
Today we visit Pavagadh, Kayavarohan and later drive to Ahmedabad.
Pavagarh : Most of the Hindus in India have confidence in goddess Mahakali, especially from the western locale covering the conditions of Gujarat, Rajasthan and Maharashtra. The well known and the most seasoned sanctuary of Mahakali is arranged at Pavagadh, close Vadodara, one of the primary urban communities of Gujarat. The sanctuary has turned into the place of the journey for all Hindus in India. This sanctuary is among the three primary Shaktipeeths in Gujarat.
It has been said in Hindu Shastra’s that after the well known Tandava move of Lord Shiva, the different parts of the assortment of Sati fell at numerous spots. These spots are called Shaktipeeths. It is said that the left bosom of the Sati had fallen here at Pavagadh. As the name proposes, the sanctuary is situated on a mountain, close to the Champaner town.
Kayavarohan : Kayavarohan is one of the sixty-eight ‘teerthas’ (Pilgrimage) of Lord Shiva as made reference to in the Shiva Purana. Be that as it may, Kayavarohan isn’t among the 12 Jyotirlingas as made reference to in the Shiva Purana.
It is of incredible importance to the Pasupatas (Followers of the Pashupati), those in the profound after of Lakulish, for it is viewed as the place of Shiva’s appearance on earth in that manifestation. Lakulish is viewed as the 28th birth of Shiva. Shiva had gone to the earth as Lakulisha through Kayavarohan, actually signifying ‘Plunge of the frame’.
Kayavarohan harbors the Brahmeshwar Jyotirshivlang sanctuary, professed to have been established by Maharshi Vishwamitra. It has been held that the manifestation of Shiva in Lakulish has converged with the linga in Shambavi Mudra.
The Kayavarohan lingam speaks to the “amorphous” yet an interesting, remarkable notable type of Shiva bearing the picture of a reflecting yogi, who holds materials in a single hand and citron (Matulinga) in the other.
It is trusted that Ichhapuri was the primary place of journey in Satyuga, Mayapuri in Treta Yuga, Meghavati in Dwapar Yuga, and Kayavarohan in the present Kali yuga. This sanctuary has a Lingam of Lord Shiva, made up of dark stone. It is trusted that Maharshi Vishwamitra had introduced this Linga of Lord Shiva amid the Ramayana time frame.
In the Vedic occasions, Kayavarohan/Karvan was a mainstream focal point of learning and instruction and used to house various Vedic Universities, Yajna Shalas and the sanctuaries of numerous Hindu Gods.
The fantasy has it that amid the savage intrusion of Mahmood of Ghazni, the radiant jyotirlinga with Lakulish consolidated the light of the majority of the other 12 jyotirlingas into its frame and vanished. Maha Shivratri is most well known celebration in Kayavarohan. Amid the holy day, several men wear Lord Mahadev’s clothing and show up at the sanctuaries.
Directly, there is an underground contemplation surrender at the Kayavarohana sanctuary utilized for segregation and reflection.
Day 7 – AHMEDABAD-AMBAJI (180KMS)- AHMEDABAD
Today we go to visit Ambaji sanctuary.
Ambaji : Ambaji Temple contains no icon, yet a recorded Yantra in the specialty. Ambaji is basically a sanctuary town-with a sanctuary committed to Goddess Ambaji at the middle. The Ambaji Temple and the front court ‘Chachar no Chowk’ are adjusted in a similar pivot of the give in at Gabbar slope the first homestead Goddess Ambaji : 22 kms from Danta is one of the significant Shakti-substances of India, arranged in the Arasur slopes. The present sanctuary was developed a couple of years prior, keeping up the first building style. A huge number of pioneers visit the sanctuary consistently particularly amid Navratri to look for the gift of Goddess Ambaji.
Medium-term at Ahmedabad.
Day 8 – DEPART AHMEDABAD
Today we take a flight/train from Ahmedabad air terminal/railroad station with everlasting recollections of Gujarat visit.