Himachal Devi Darshan from Pathankot - 3D / 2N
Duration : ( 3 Days / 2 Nights)
Temples Covered : Chintpurni Temple,Naina Devi,Jwala Ji,Brajeshwari Devi (Kangra) & Chamunda Devi.
Sightseeing : Dharamshala Cricket Stadium, Mcleodganj.
Goddess Durga is adored in various structures among the Hindus. Nau Durga are the nine appearances of Goddess Durga that hold the principal position in Hindu Mythology. It is trusted that paying praise to these types of Goddess makes the enthusiast free from all the transgressions and wrong doings. There are five noteworthy residences of Goddess Shakti in Himachal Pradesh. The aficionados swarm these journeys to douse themselves in deep sense of being.
Himachal Devi Darshan Package from Pathankot with visit to the famous Shaktipeeth-Naina Devi,Jwala Ji,Chintpurni Ji,Brajeshwari Devi & Chamunda Devi along with Dharamshala, Mcleodganj sightseeing. Includes cab, meals & accommodation!
This 2 Nights and 3 Days Devi Darshan from Pathankot offers the visitors an unmatched chance to complete the religious visit amid the favorable time of Navaratri (Sept-Oct) or throughout the year. The wonderful package of Himachal Devi Darshan from Pathankot will cover all the major Devi Temples in Himachal namely Naina Devi Ji, Chintpurni Devi, Mata Jwalaji, Mata Brajeshwari, Shri Chamunda & Mata Bagla Mukhi Ji where they can fill their psyches with absolute quietness and otherworldly existence in a limited ability to focus time.The Devi Darshan Package also includes Dharamshal and Mcleodganj sightseeing.
Itinerary for Himachal Devi Darshan from Pathankot - 3D / 2N
Day 1:Pathankot-Chintpurni-Naina Devi-Una
Your profound excursion begins from Pathankot. Our Himachal Devi Darshan Cab Driver will receive you and will take you by road to the Mata Chintpurni Temple or Mata Shri Chhinnamastika Devi.Pathankot to Chintpurni Devi temple is about 100 kms journey and takes about 2 hours 30 minutes to reach.
On reaching Chintpurni Shaktipeeth you can pray at the lotus feet of Mata Shri Chhinnamastika Devi temple.The temple of Mata Chintpurni, located in the Una district, is dedicated to Mata Chintpurni also known as Chhinnamastika Devi. The temple has derived this name from the idol of goddess Durga in the temple, which is without (Chhinnaa ) a head (mastika). Devotees coming to the temple strongly believe that if anything is asked from the Goddess with a pure heart then the wish is fulfilled. During the festival of Navratri, throngs of pious devotees of the Goddess gather in the temple premises, hoping that their wishes will be granted by the Divine goddess. Later proceed for Naina Devi Temple located 111 kms away from Chintpurni and journey take about 3 hours to finish.
Naina Devi in the district of Bilaspur of Himachal Pradesh is also one of the Shakti Peeths of India, one of the 51 in the country, where eyes of the Devi Sati fell after being hit by Lord Vishnu’s Sudarshan Chakra.Later return back to Una for nightstay.
Day 2: Una-Jwala Ji-Kangra Devi-Chamunda Devi
Check out from hotel and proceed for Jwala Ji Temple.It is also one of the 51 Shaktipeeths.The Jwalamukhi temple is said to house the tongue of Sati fell in the place where the temple is being erected. The temple was built in homage to goddess Jawala-mukhi, also termed as ‘Maa Jwala Ji’. The Hindu meaning of the word Jawalamukhi is mouth of flames and Jwala Ji means flames. The devotees of Sati believe that there are nine flames that burn permanently. Aarti is performed here five times a day but for tourists from home and abroad, the evening Aarti or Shaiyan Aarti is the main attraction as the Goddess, resplendent in her priceless ornaments is prayed to by devotees from near and far, with delicate lamps lighting up the entire temple amid the chanting of religious songs. The grand Puja that takes place in this temple is a sight to be seen and the power of the Goddess can be felt all around.
Later drive for 34 kms to reach Mata Brajeshwari Temple at Kangra which is popular for its elaborated fabrications along with the rich rituals performed there. The main deity of this temple is Brajeshwari Devi who is also known as Vajrayogini . She is also the incarnation of Parvati, the Goddess or Aadi Maya on the Earth.After seeking blessings from Kangra Devi we will proceed for Chamunda Devi Temple which is about 25 kms from Kangra.Check in to your hotel at Chamunda Devi,freshen up and later in the evening you can visit the Chamunda Devi Temple for Evening Aarti.
The Chamunda Devi Temple is a shrine to the wrathful form of Goddess Durga or Chamunda who in Hindu Mythology is the symbol of female power. The idol of Goddess Chamunda in the temple is considered so sacred that it is completely hidden beneath a red cloth and is kept so always.
Overnight stay at hotel opposite to the Chamunda Devi Temple.
Day 3 : Chamunda Devi-Dharamshala-Mcleodganj-Pathankot
In the morning if you wish you can attend Morning Aarti at Chamunda Devi Temple after breakfast check out from hotel and drive towards Dharamshala for sightseeing.
We will start are sightseeing tour by visiting McLeodganj which has a distinctly different character, with its brightly painted buildings, Buddhist temples, prayer flags fluttering in the air and saffron monks and nuns hurrying along the streets. You will be visiting the main Buddhist temple or Tsuglagkhang (cathedral). It is believed that the temple resembles the one in Lhasa, and is surrounded by red and gold prayer wheels that are set in motion by devotees to scatter prayers in the air. After spending time on the Mall Road we will visit Dal Lake along with Church of St. John in the Wilderness, built in 1860.Later visit Dharamshala Cricket Stadium & War Memorial.
In the evening we will drive towards Pathankot from Mcleodganj and the drive will take around 2.5 hours.In the evening board your train & return back to your desired place and take back some wonderful memories of a lifetime.
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