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12 Jyotirlinga Tour

12 Jyotirlinga Tour

Duration: 25 nights - 26 days
Routing: Mumbai - Pune - Aurangabad - Shirdi - Nasik - Dwarka - Somnath - Ahmedabad - Ujjain - Indore - Srisailam - Hyderabad - Madurai - Rameshwaram - Varanasi - Bodhgaya - Deoghar - Delhi
Day 1 - Arrive Mumbai

On arrival, after traditional Indian style ‘Swagat’ (Welcome) by Exceptional Escapes representative, he would assist you at the airport & transfer to hotel for check in.

Mumbai is an entertainment as well as the commercial hub of India. Artifacts found that these islands had been inhabited since the Stone Age & documented evidence of human habitation dates back to 250 BC. In the 3rd century BC, the islands formed part of the Maurya Empire. In 1534, Portuguese appropriated islands from king of Gujarat later ceded to Charles II of England in 1661, as dowry for Catherine de Braganza. These islands were in turn leased to the British East India Company in 1668.

Overnight Hotel – Mumbai (B)

Day 2 - Mumbai - Pune (150 Kms / 3 ½ Hrs approx)

Post breakfast drive to Pune, Pune, also called Poona, city, west-central Maharashtra state, western India, at the junction of the Mula and Mutha rivers. Called “Queen of the Deccan,” Pune is the cultural capital of the Maratha peoples. The city first gained importance as the capital of the Bhonsle Marathas in the 17th century. It was temporarily captured by the Mughals but again served as the official Maratha capital from 1714 until its fall to the British in 1817.on arrival check into your Hotel.

Later proceed for the sightseeing of Pune visiting;

Aga Khan Palace is well known both for its architectural excellence as well as its historical significance. Spread over a vast land of 19 acres, the palace is now the headquarters of the Gandhi National memorial society. Here, making khadi is still one of the prime activities.

Shaniwar Wada; Standing tall in its full glory, Shaniwar Wada was once a stately mansion. Built as a dwelling for Peshwas, its foundation was laid by Bajirao I in year 1730 AD. Today it gives a chance to peak into its great past.

Sinhagad Fort. The fort is a beautiful place, 1380 m above the sea level. Khadakwasala also has a dam which is absolutely worth a visit during the monsoons.

Rest of the time is free for relax and shopping.

Overnight hotel – Pune (B)

Day 3 - Pune –Bhimashankar (1st Jyotirlinga) – Pune (110 Kms / 3 ½ Hrs Approx)

Post breakfast proceeds to visit the Bhimashankar Temple (1st Jyotirlinga); It is among one of the twelve traditional 'Jyotilingam' shrines of Lord Shiva, in the Ghat region of the Sahyadri hills. Later return hotel.

Overnight Hotel –Pune (B)

Day 4 - Pune – Aurangabad (240 Kms / 5 ½ Hrs Approx)

Post breakfast drive to Aurangabad; a village named Kirki where the city stands today. According to some historians, the city was founded in the year 1610 by Malik Ambar. He was the Prime Minister of Murtaza Nizam Shah II of Ahmednagar, the then ruler of the Deccan (central parts of Southern India). In the year 1634, Aurangzeb was sent to Kirki as Governor of Deccan. In 1644, he moved to Agra to play an active role in Mughal politics. In 1681, the city again became the residence of Aurangzeb, who had now become Mughal Emperor. He lived there until his death in 1707. The modern name of the city was probably taken after his death. On arrival check into your Hotel.

(If time Permit) Later visit Aurangabad Caves, situated at a distance of 5 km, nestled amidst the hills are Buddhist caves.Watch Mini Taj. Bibi ka Maqbara : the burial place of Aurangzeb's wife, Rabia-ud-Durrani. It is an imitation of the Taj Mahal at Agra. While returning visit PANCHAKKI- The 17th century water mill situated on Kham river side. An intriguing water mill, the Panchakki is famous for its underground water channel. Visit to Ch. Shivaji Maharaj Museum in city & move towards PAITHAN.

Rest of the time free for relax. Overnight Hotel – Aurangabad (B)

Day 5 - Aurangabad – Ajanta – Aurangabad (100 Kms / 2 Hrs approx.)

Post breakfast full day Guided visit the Ajanta Caves (Closed on Monday) Nestling in an inner fold of the Sahyadri hills, 100 km from Aurangabad in the shape of a mammoth horse- shoe, are the 30 rock-hewn caves of Ajanta. The Caves date from the 2nd century BC. Discovered in 1819 by a group of British army officers, these startling achievements took around 600 years to create. Ajanta Caves have been an UNESCO World Heritage Site specifically nominated for the international World Heritage program.

Later drive back to Aurangabad. Evening is FREE. Overnight Hotel – Aurangabad (B)

Day 6 - Aurangabad – Ellora – Girishneshwar Temple (2nd Jyotirlinga) - Aurangabad (45 Kms / 1 Hrs)

Post breakfast proceed for guided visit of Ellora Caves (Closed on Tuesday) these enchanting caves were built in the time period between 5th and 10th century AD by the rulers of the Rashtrakuta Dynasty. They were built out of the vertical face of the Charanandri Hills and are 108 km from Ajanta Caves. The cave complex consists of 34 caves representing the three different religions of the world- Buddhism, Hinduism and Jainism which is a proof that religious harmony existed during that time. It is also a World Heritage Site. There are temples as well as the monasteries inside the cave complex. The Kailash Temple dedicated to Lord Shiva inside cave 16 is the largest monolithic structure in the whole world.

Also visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site, 'Grishneshwar Temple' (2nd Jyotirlinga), also known as the Dhushmeshwar Temple. The word Grishneshwar means "lord of compassion". The temple has a traditional South-Indian architecture design. It was re-constructed by the grandfather of Shivaji (Maloji Bhosale) in the 16th century and later again by Queen Ahilyabai Holkar in the 18th century. The temple is made up of red-colored stones and occupies an area of 44,400 square feet. It is not just divine but has a unique architectural style that will leave you captivated.

Overnight Hotel – Aurangabad (B)

Day 7 - Aurangabad - Shirdi (110 Kms / 3 ½ Hrs Approx.)

Post breakfast drive to Shirdi, also known as Shirdi Sai Baba, was an Indian spiritual master who is regarded by his devotees as a saint, a fakir, a satguru and an incarnation (avatar) of Lord Shiva and Dattatreya. He is revered by both his Hindu and Muslim devotees during, as well as after his lifetime. Saibaba is now revered as incarnation of Sri Dattatreya, and considered as Saguna Brahma. He is attributed to be the creator, sustainer and destroyer of this universe by his devotees. He is decorated with jewels and all forms of Hindu vedic deities as he is supreme God.

Later proceed to visit Dwarkamai Mandir, Khandoba Mandir, and Samadhi Mandir.

Evening transfer to Sai baba Darshan. Overnight Hotel – Shirdi (B)

Day 8 - Shirdi – Nasik (85 Kms / 2 Hrs) Nasik - Trimakeshwar Shiva Temple (3rd Jyotirlinga) – Nasik (30 Kms / 1 Hrs Approx)

Post breakfast drive to Nasik; Acknowledged as the city of temples, Nashik is located in the north-west of Maharashtra and is just 225 kms away from Pune. The place is known for its rich legendary history as Lord Ram has spent some time of his exile in Nashik and therefore is counted among the holy places of Hindus. Blessed with Historical Caves, museums and temples, Nashik has something for everyone. Ramkund, Muktidham Temple, Coin Museum, Pandavleni Caves and Someshwar are some of the major attractions of this amazing place. On arrival check into your Hotel.

Later proceed to visit Trimbakeshwar Shiva Temple (3rd Jyotirlinga) is one of the 12 Shiva Jyotirlingas. It lies in between three hills: Brahmagiri, Nilgiri and Kalagiri.

The Jyotirlinga here has its three appearances embracing Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu, and Lord Rudra. The significance of this temple is enhanced as the Godavari begins from the Brahmagiri hills in this town, and it is believed that it is the birthplace of Lord Ganesha, known as a place of Tri-Sandhya Gayatri.

According to Hindu mythology, those who visit Trimbakeshwar attain salvation or Moksha (it refers to freedom from the cycle of death and rebirth). Due to its utmost religious importance, this holy destination, a large number of devotees visit this temple every year.

Rest of the time is free for relax. Overnight Hotel – Nasik (B)

Day 9 - Nasik – Mumbai (165 Kms / 4 Hrs Approx)

Post breakfast drive to Mumbai, on arrival check into your hotel.

Later proceed for sightseeing of Mumbai visiting;

Gateway of India, the entrance to the port of Mumbai. It was built to commemorate the visit of King George V in 1911.

Prince Wales Museum, built in a confluence of Gothic & Moorish styles. It boasts a collection of ancient Indus Valley artefacts dating 2000 BC, plus some priceless Tibetan & Nepali Art.

Rest of the time is free for relax. Overnight Hotel – Mumbai (B)

Day 10 - Mumbai – Rajkot (Indigo 6E-821@1100 / 1205 Hrs) Rajkot – Dwarka (225 Kms / 4 ½ Hrs)

Post breakfast transfer to airport to board the flight to Rajkot, Exceptional Escapes representative would assist you at the airport and transfer to Dwarka Hotel for check in.

Dwarka: An ancient city, housing one of the principal pilgrimages - ‘Dwarkadhish temple’ of Hindus. According to the legend, Lord Krishna moved to this coastal town to set up a capital. Marine excavations of the Dwarka coast have revealed important evidences of ancient city, which probably include the Dwarawati’ of the ‘Krishna Lila’. Today, it is not only a major pilgrimage site but a pleasant spot for a beach holiday.

Rest of the time is free for relax. Overnight Hotel- Dwarka (B)

Day 11 - Dwarka (Nageshwar Temple 4th Jyotirlinga)

Post breakfast proceed to visit visit Dwarkadhish Temple, Bet Dwarka, Nageshwar temple, the Rukmini Temple, Gopi Talav.

Dwarkadhish Temple is Sabha Mandap. It is a 60-pillared hall, which houses almost 2500 years old scriptures. The hall has ‘jharokhas’, offering a nice view of the nearby flowing Gomti River.

Bet Dwarka: Bet is situated at 30kms from Dwarka and is surrounded by sea from all sides. One can reach Bet from Dwarka through Okha by road. On reaching Okha port jetty, one can reach Bet through a little sea journey in a launch or in a small boat.

Nageshwar Temple or Nagnath Temple (4th Jyotirlinga) is located on the route between Gomati Dwarka and the Bait Dwarka Island on the coast of Saurashtra in Gujarat. The Jyotirlinga enshrined in the Temple of Nagnath is known as NageshwarMahadev and attracts thousands of pilgrims all-round the year. This powerful Jyotirlinga symbolizes protection from all poisons. It is said that those who pray to the NageshwarLinga become free of poison. The RudraSamhitasloka refers to Nageshwar with the phrase 'DaarukaavaneNaagesham'.

Gopi Talav: This is the place where Lord Krishna used to play with his Gopikas. There is a small pond where it is said that Lord Krishna used to play with the Gopika Strees (Gopika Women).

The Rukmini temple, dating from 12 to 13 Century, was built in honor of Rani Rukmani, princess of Vidharba, which was to be married to Sishupala, but fled with Lord Krishna. This small temple, 1.5 km north of the city, is an architectural masterpiece. The temple walls are decorated with beautiful paintings and sculptures.

Overnight Hotel – Dwarka (B)

Day 12 - Dwarka-Porbandar –Somnath (Somnath Temple 5th Jyotirlinga) (240kms / 4 Hrs Approx)

Post breakfast drive to Somnath enroute visiting Kirti mandir (birth place of Gandhiji). Sudama Temple, Sri Hari Temple.

Kirti Mandir: Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was born and lived here until he was twelve. It stands in the corner of a large courtyard in the west of town. A swastika on the floor in a small room marks the actual spot. It houses many collections of Gandhian memorabilia. There is also an exhibit of photographs, soTome with English captions, and a small bookshop.

Continue drive to Somnath: One of the most revered & an important center of culture & nationalism. The legendary temple contains a ‘jyotirlinga’. Looted & destroyed, built & rebuilt several times, it represents the eternal beauty & strength of the Indian society. The present splendid structure was rebuilt about five decades ago, at the exact spot where the original shrine was located. The iron man of India SardarVallabhbhai Patel was instrumental in the construction of the present temple. On arrival check in to your hotel.

In evening experience the light & sound show of Somnath Temple (5th Jyotirlinga), dedicated to Lord Shiva and one of the “Dwadashjyotirlingas”, is one of the pilgrimages of the Hindus. The Light & Sound Show of Somnath Temple depicts its historical, religious and cultural importance. Somnath Temple in Gujarat is a historical temple and the Light & Sound Show presents the ups and down of Hindu religion in the history. This temple was destructed and reconstructed many times in history. As per religious scriptures, the Shiva worship is taking place here since time immemorial. There is no data what was the first time when this temple was constructed. It is said that temple was constructed second time around 649 CE. After this, it was rebuilt many times after different destruction. The present architecture was completed by Vallabh Bhai Patel in 1951.

Overnight Hotel- Somnath (B)

Day 13 - Somnath- Ahmedabad (400 Kms / 7-8 Hrs approx.)

Post breakfast drive to Ahmedabad and transfer to hotel for check in.

Rest of the time is free to relax. Overnight Hotel – Ahmedabad (B)

Day 14 - Ahmedabad - Indore (Indigo 6E-7173@0625/ 0730 Hrs) Indore – Ujjain (Mahakaleshwara Temple “6th Jyotirling”) (55 Kms / 1 ½ Hrs Approx)

Post breakfast transfer to airport to board flight to Indore, exceptional Escapes representative would assist you at Indore airport and transfer to Ujjain hotel for check in.

Ujjain is ancient and historical city that is 5000 years old. It is described as the best city in Adi Brahma Puran and it is called mokshda and bhukti-mukti in AgniPuran and Garuda Puran. There was a time when this city had been a capital of a big empire.This city has a glorious history. As per religious books this city has never seen destruction for the god of destruction Mahakal himself resides here. As per Garuda Puran there seven cities that can provide salvation and out of them Avantika city is considered the best as the importance of Ujjain is little bit more than other cities.

This city has a Jyotirling out of 12 Jyotirlings, one city out of seven salvation providing cities, Gadhkalika and Harsiddhi, the two Shakti Peeths, and sacred Kumbh that takes place in four cities of India. The cave of king Bhartari is found here and it is believed that Ujjain has foot prints of God Vishnu.

Visit the Mahakaleshwara Temple (6th Jyotirlinga) from amongst the 12 Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva is located for darshan.

Overnight Hotel - Ujjain (B)

Day 15 - Ujjain – Omkareshwar (7th Jyotirlinga) (135Kms / 3 Hrs approx.) Omkareshwar - Indore (80 Kms / 2 Hrs Approx)

Post breakfast drive to Omkareshwar and visit Omkareshwar Temple (7th Jyotirlinga) is one of the twelve Jyotirlingams of Lord Shiva. One can see the temple of Shri Omkar Mandhata, the temple of Gauri Somnath and Siddhnath temple here along with the huge Nandi bull engraved over the hillside opposite of the temple of Gauri Somnath.

Later drive to Indore & on arrival check into your hotel.

Overnight Hotel – Indore (B)

Day 16 - Indore – Hyderabad (Indigo 6E-511 @ 1210 / 1335 Hrs) Hyderabad - Srisailam (325 Kms / 7 Hrs approx.)

Post breakfast transfer to airport to board the flight to Hyderabad Exceptional Escapes representative, would assist you at the airport & transfer to Srisailam hotel for check in.

Overnight Hotel – Srisailam (B)

Day 17 - Srisailam (8th Jyotirlinga) - Hyderabad (325 Kms / 7 Hrs approx.)

Post breakfast proceed to visit The shrine of GOD Mallikarjuna Temple (8th Jyotirlinga) picturesquely situated on a flat top of Nallamalai Hills, Srisailam is reputed to be one of the most ancient kshetras in India. It is on the right side of the River Krishna in Kurnool District of Andhra Pradesh. This celebrated mountain is also named as Siridhan, Srigiri, Sirigiri, Sriparvatha and Srinagam. It has been a popular centre of Saivite pilgrimage for centuries.

The prominence of this Divya Kshetram is highlighted by the fact that while performing our daily household rituals we specify place of location of our existence with reference to Srisailam.

Later Drive to Hyderabad on arrival check into your hotel.

Overnight Hotel – Hyderabad (B)

Day 18 - Hyderabad– Madurai (Indigo 6E-6781@ 1310 / 1450 Hrs)

Post breakfast transfer to airport to board the flight to Madurai, Exceptional Escapees representative would assist you at airport and transfer to Hotel for check in.

Madurai, rich cultural heritage passed for more than 2500 years old & has been an important commercial centre as early as 550 AD. It is the oldest city in Tamil Nadu & was originally known as Kadambavanam or the forest of Kadamba. On arrival check into your Hotel.

Evening visit to Meenakshi Sundareshwar was first built 2000 years ago & was substantially expanded between the years (1623-55 AD). Initially there was only the Shiva temple. A striking feature of the temple is the astonishing structure known as Ayiramkaal mandapam or the Hall of a thousand pillars in the outermost corridor.

Rest of the time is free for relax.

Overnight Hotel – Madurai (B)

Day 19 - Madurai – Rameshwaram (9th Jyotirlinga) (175 Kms / 3 Hrs)

Post breakfast drive to Rameswaram; Adi Shankaracharya propagated the idea of Hinduism through Advaita Vedanta and the town of Rameshwaram stands as a testimony of his faith. One of the four pilgrimage places, Char Dham of India, it modestly invites followers of Lord Shiva from everywhere to pay visit at least once in their lifetime to the Jyotirlinga installed in the Ramanathaswamy Temple. Vaishnavites are also not left in their devotion to come to this place which is believed to be associated with Lord Rama, incarnation of Lord Vishnu as well. on arrival check into your Hotel.

Later proceed for sightseeing of Ramesharam visiting:

Ramanathaswamy Temple (9th Jyotirlinga), dedicated to Lord Rama. This is one of the seven places in India where pilgrims pray for salvation. The place is unique with 22 holy springs and the longest corridor in India. Our next visit is to the five faced Hanuman Temple. The temple also has a floating stone outside the temple exhibiting the famous stories from the Great Indian spic, Ramayana.

Agni Tirtham; is one of the Tirthas of Rameswaram, Tamil Nadu, India. The beach east of Ramanathaswamy Temple is known by this name. This Tirtham is one of the most visited Tirthams of Rameswaram for a holy bath.

Adam's Bridge;, also known as Rama's Bridge or Rama Setu, is a chain of limestone shoals, between Pamban Island, also known as Rameswaram Island, off the south-eastern coast of Tamil Nadu, India, and Mannar Island, off the north-western coast of Sri Lanka.

Pamban Bridge; is a railway bridge which connects the town of Rameswaram on Pamban Island to mainland India. Opened on 24 February 1914, it was India's first sea bridge, and was the longest sea bridge in India until the opening of the Bandra-Worli Sea Link in 2010.

Also visit to Abdul Kalam Memorial, Dhanuskodi.

Rest of the time is free for relax.

Overnight Hotel – Rameshwaram (B)

Day 20 - Rameshwaram – Madurai (175 Kms / 3 Hrs Approx)

Post breakfast drive to Madurai, on arrival check into your Hotel.

Rest of the time is free for relax.

Overnight Hotel – Madurai (B)

Day 21 - Madurai – Varanasi via Mumbai (Indigo @ 0905 / 1505 Hrs}

Post breakfast transfer to airport to board the flight to Varanasi, our representative would assist you at airport and transfer to hotel for check in.

Varanasi, picturesquely situated on the banks of holy river Ganga. The city is the Oldest Living City of the World & traces of its existence are found around 10000 BC. Other than being a very holy city for Hindus, it also holds a very significant association with Buddha's life & Buddhism. On arrival check into your Hotel.

Evening Aarti at Dasaswamedh Ghat. (Not to Miss activities, highly recommended)

Rest of the time is free for relax. Overnight Hotel – Varanasi (B)

Day 22 - Varanasi (Kashi Vishwanath Temple 10th Jyotirlinga)

Start your DAY with a private boat ride on the river Ganges. Rise before dawn & step gingerly in the boat as the boatman starts rowing the boat. Witness the daily miracle to unfold, as the Sun appears triumphantly over the horizon. The sound of conches & temple bells add to the delicate pink fabric of dawn. The formerly hushed murmuring of ancient Sanskrit Shlokas (hymns) now rise, in one voice, to a crescendo of unparalleled piety & joy.

After taking in these rituals, disembark for a short walk through the buzzing lanes of Varanasi’s old city. Along narrow passageways, pass bazaars that cater to the millions of pilgrims who come here to worship Kashi Vishwanath (10th Jyotirlinga), the patron deity of Varanasi. The gold-covered temple where the deity resides is closed to non-Hindus, but the streets surrounding it are a fascinating mix of commerce and faith.

Durga Temple; is also known as the Monkey temple (because of the presence of huge number of monkeys), situated in the Durga Kund, Varanasi. The temple is dedicated to the Goddess Durga. It was built in the 18th century. Durga temple was constructed by a Bengali Maharani in the north Indian Style with multi-tiered shikhara. An attractive pond known as the Durga Kund is made on the right side of the temple which really increases the beauty of the temple. The pond has stone stairs at all sides as well as there is watch pillars at each corner of the pond.

Sankat Mochan Temple; is one of the important and sacred temples of Varanasi located in the southern part of teh city. It is dedicated to Lord Hanuman. The word "Sankat Mochan" means one who helps alleviate suffering.

Tulsi Manas Temple; is one of the most famous temples of Varanasi. It is also an important tourist attraction of the holy city. The Tulsi Manas temple is located near the famous Durga temple. It was built in white marble in the year 1964. The temple has been made more charming by the magnificent landscaping around it. The Tulsi Manas temple is dedicated to lord Ram.

Later visit the the Bharat Kala Museum the Kashi Hindu University has a museum that has an excellent collection of precious and extraordinary historical objects, statues, pictures, paintings and documents. Museum is small but very well maintained and gives an over view of the very old city of Varanasi.

Followed by visit to the new Vishwanath temple of Varanasi is located in the premises of the Banaras Hindu University (BHU). It is also called the Birla temple as the famous industrialist family of India, the Birlas, constructed it. The New Vishwanath Temple is dedicated to lord Shiva and is a replica of the original Vishwanath temple. The temple is built in white marbles, and was planned by Madan Mohan Malviya, the founder of the Banaras Hindu University.

Followed by a private guided excursion to Sarnath; the site of the deer park where Gautama Buddha is said to have given his first sermon about the basic principles of Buddhism. It has been a premier centre for Buddhism & has a rich collection of ancient Buddhist relics & antiques comprising numerous Buddha & Bodhisattva images on display at the Archaeological Museum.

Overnight Hotel – Varanasi (B)

Day 23 - Varanasi –Bodhgaya (250 Kms / 6 Hrs Approx)

Post breakfast drive to Bodhgaya, the place of Buddha’s Supreme Enlightenment, the most hallowed place on earth to Buddhists. During the Buddha’s time, this place by the banks of the river Niranjana was known as Uruvela. Emperor Ashoka was the first to build a temple at this sacred spot & since his first visit in the year 259 BC, countless pilgrims have visited this cradle of Buddhism without intermission for more than 2500 years. For Buddhists, Bodhgaya is the most important of the four pilgrimage sites related to the life of Lord Buddha. On arrival check into your hotel.

Later proceed for the city tour of Bodhgaya visiting; Mahabodhi Temple, undoubtedly the most exquisite-looking building in Bodhgaya. Standing 52 m high, it consists of a straight pyramidal tower surmounted by a stupa. Its roots go back to 3rd century BC when Emperor Ashoka built the shrine there. In subsequent centuries, renovation & further construction took place & the entire Mahabodhi Temple, as seen today, is mainly the structure of the Huviska period (111-138 AD). As it was built over the remains of Ashoka’s Shrine, the Vajrasana Throne retains its original position as the Seat of Enlightenment. Mahabodhi Temple is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The Bodhi Tree under which Lord Buddha sat & attained Supreme Enlightenment is situated behind the Mahabodhi Temple. It is a Peepal tree (Ficus religiosa) said to have sprung up at the same time when the Buddha was born. It has a long history of destruction & re-plantation & the present tree originates from sapling of the original tree from Sri Lanka. It is suggested to spend some time in the tranquil atmosphere of this sacred spot & reflect upon the virtues of Lord Buddha, attain fullness of faith & calm, followed by meditation.

Overnight Hotel – Bodhgaya (B)

Day 24 - Bodhgaya – Deogharh (255 Kms / 5 Hrs Approx)

Post breakfast visit the 80 ft Buddha Statue, different Buddhist Monasteries, Archaeological Museum, Diamond Throne, The Animesh Lochana and Sujata Garh, Vajrasana.

Later drive to Deoghar, on arrival check into your Hotel.

Overnight Hotel – Deoghar (B)

Day 25 - Deogharh (Baidyanath Temple” 11th Jyotirlinga”) – Bodhgaya (255 Kms / 5 Hrs Approx)

Post breakfast proceed to visit the Baidyanath Jyotirlinga temple (11th Jyotirlinga), also known as Baba Baidyanath dham and Baidyanath dham is one of the twelve Jyotirlingas, the most sacred abodes of Shiva. It is located in Deoghar in the Santhal Parganas division of the state of Jharkhand.

Rest of the time is free for relax.

Overnight Hotel – Bodhgaya (B)

Day 26 - Deoghar - Delhi (Indigo 6E-6192 @1320 / 1525 Hrs)

Post breakfast transfer to airport to board the flight to Delhi, taking back a wonderful HOLIDAY Memory…..

Tour Concludes: Exceptional Escapes Manager will assist you with your transfer to the airport for boarding onward flight.

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