Baba Balak Nath with Devi Darshan
Duration : ( 3 Days / 2 Nights)
Temples Covered : Chintpurni Temple, Bagla mukhi, Jwala Ji, Brajeshwari Devi (Kangra), Chamunda Ji , Naina Devi & Baba Balak Nath Temple Deotsidh
Himachal Pradesh is deemed as the abode of God and is indeed a divine land for all the devotees.Himachal Pradesh can be described as the land of pilgrimages, mystical customs, and rituals. The land of vivid custom is blessed with supernatural powers which attract tourist from across the world. Embark on a journey to Himachal Pradesh to witness the magnificent shrines.
All Inclusive Baba Balak Nath Temple Deotsidh with 6 Devi Darshan in Himachal Package including visit to the famous Shaktipeeths- Naina Devi, Jwala Ji,Chintpurni Ji, Brajeshwari Devi, Bagla Mukhi & Chamunda Devi for 3 Days / 2 Night!
Itinerary for Six Devi Darshan in Himachal
Day 1: Una- Chintpurni-Baglamukhi-Kangra Devi-Chamunda ( Journey Hours: Approx. 5 Hours)
Your profound excursion begins from Una. 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.Una to Chintpurni Devi temple is about 51 kms journey and takes about 1.5 hours 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 Bagla Mukhi Temple located 43 kms away from Chintpurni and journey take about 1 hour to finish.It is believed that worship of goddess Baglamukhi acts like a weapon to stop your enemy from doing harm against you. Goddess Baglamukhi also has the power of turning things into its opposite. She can turn silence into speech, ignorance into knowledge, defeat into a victory, ugliness into beauty and poverty into wealth.
Drive towards 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.Later proceed for Chamunda Devi Temple which is about 25 kms from Kangra.
Check in to your hotel at Chamunda Devi for night stay.You can attend the evening Aarti of Maa Chamunda Devi.
Day 2 : Chamunda Devi-Jwala Ji Temple- Baba Balak Nath Temple Deotsidh ( Journey Hours :Approx. 4.5 Hours)
Early in the morning you can attend morning Aarti at Chamunda Ji temple.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.
Seek blessings from Goddess Chamunda & drive towards 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 towards Baba Balak Nath Temple at Deotsidh.
Baba Balaknath is a medieval cave temple located in the Dhaulagiri range of Himachal Pradesh. The cave houses an idol and is considered the abode of Babaji. Devotees throng this site throughout the year. The rush at this temple increases particularly during the religious festival of Navaratra.
Sunday is an auspicious day and you will mostly see local devotees on the premises. They offer "rot" (bread prepared with flour and sugar) at the altar. There is a platform for female devotees opposite the main cave for darshan (sighting of the idol). Female devotees are not allowed to enter the inner sanctum.Later visit Shahtalai the place where Babaji observed penance.Night stay at hotel.
Day 3 : Baba Balak Nath Temple Deotsidh -Naina Devi Ji-Una ( Journey Hours :Approx. 5 Hours)
In the morning proceed for Naina Devi temple positioned on hilltop & you can reach the peak of hill by following the concrete stairs or using cable car facility. The eyes of Devi Sati fall at this place. After seeking blessings from Mata Naina Devi drive towards Una. On reaching Una we will drop you at the railway station in the evening.In the evening board your train & return back to your desired destination with blessings of Durga Mata Ji.
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Inclusions of Baba Balak Nath with Devi Darshan Package
- 1 Night accommodation at Chamunda Devi.
- 1 Night accommodation at Deotsidh.
- Visit to Naina Devi, Chintpurni Devi, Jwala Ji, Kangra Devi, Chamunda Devi , Bagla Mukhi & Baba Balak Nath Temple.
- All transfers by private cab according to category chosen.
- All driver allowances, toll, parking & fuel charges.