7 Devi Darshan Tour Package 03 nights 04 days

7 Devi Darshan Tour Package

  • 4 days / 3 night
  • People: 2 and more..
  • Himachal

The 7 Devi Darshan Tour Package arranged by Royal Rover Holiday is a popular pilgrimage tour in India. The package is for 03 Nights and 04 Days, and it covers the following temples:

Day 1: Mansa Devi temple in Chandigarh

The tour begins with a visit to the Mansa Devi temple in Chandigarh. This temple is dedicated to the Hindu goddess Mansa Devi, who is believed to fulfill the wishes of her devotees. The temple is located on top of a hill and offers panoramic views of the surrounding areas.

Day 2: Naina Devi temple and Chintpurni Devi temple

On the second day, the tour proceeds to Naina Devi temple and Chintpurni Devi temple. Naina Devi temple is situated on top of a hill and is dedicated to the goddess Naina Devi, who is believed to bless her devotees with prosperity and success. Chintpurni Devi temple is located in the Una district of Himachal Pradesh and is dedicated to the goddess Chintpurni, who is believed to grant wishes and fulfill desires.

Day 3: Mata Jwala Ji Devi temple, Maa Baglamukhi temple, and Kangra Devi (Brajeshwari) Temple

On the third day, the tour covers Mata Jwala Ji Devi temple, Maa Baglamukhi temple, and Kangra Devi (Brajeshwari) Temple. Mata Jwala Ji Devi temple is dedicated to the goddess Jwala Ji, who is believed to be the manifestation of the goddess Durga. Maa Baglamukhi temple is dedicated to the goddess Baglamukhi, who is believed to have the power to destroy enemies. Kangra Devi (Brajeshwari) Temple is dedicated to the goddess Brajeshwari, who is believed to be a form of the goddess Durga.

Day 4: Chamunda Devi

On the fourth and final day, the tour concludes with a visit to the Chamunda Devi temple. This temple is dedicated to the goddess Chamunda, who is believed to be the slayer of demons. The temple is situated on top of a hill and offers breathtaking views of the surrounding areas.

Overall, the 7 Devi Darshan Tour Package is a great way to explore the rich religious heritage of India and seek the blessings of the goddesses.

Inclusion:

  1. Accommodation in comfortable hotels on twin/triple/Single sharing basis.
  2. All Meals – Morning tea/coffee, breakfast, dinner and Water Bottle (1 Litre) per person per day.
  3. A/C Vehicle Type - depends upon group size.
  4. The drivers Bata, parking charges and tolls etc. are included.
  5. Pick up and drop from advised place and all sightseeing as per itinerary.
  6. All Taxes and other charges. (No hidden charges)

Exclusions:

  1. Any upgradation in airline class, vehicle, hotel or hotel room category.
  2. Any extra expense incurred due to any forced majeure situation before the tour departure or during the tour, such as change in airline schedule, route or operation, changing the tour date, change in hotel and any upgradation in room type etc.
  3. Personal expense like porterage, laundry, telephone, shopping, alcoholic beverages, extra mineral water or food which is not a part of group’s set meal menu.
  4. Heater Charges if required in hotel rooms.
  5. Accompanied local guide/s services wherever require.
  6. Any services or activity charges other than those included in the tour itinerary/ Holiday Package Offer.

Tour Itinerary

The 7 Devi Darshan is the tour to the seven manifestations of the goddess Durga in Himachal Pradesh & Chandigarh. The temples visited during the tour are Mansa Devi temple in Chandigarh, Naina Devi temple, Chintpurni Devi temple, Mata Jwala Ji Devi temple, Maa Baglamukhi temple, Kangra Devi (Brajeshwari) Temple and Chamunda Devi. The convenient tour plan will help you to visit all places without any hassle and will also enable you to rejuvenate your mind and bodies with the tranquillity and spirituality of the places. The hotel accommodation, transport expenses, meals are part of the package tour provided by us. We receive guests at the railway stations or airport and transfer them to hotels in air-conditioned vehicle as per the package plan.

  • Day 1

    Chandigarh Arrival to Mansa Devi 1 hrs (25 Km)

    Shaktipeeth Covered: - Mansa Devi
    Arriva in Chandigarh Railway station/Airport early in the morning and your spiritual journey starts from Chandigarh and drive towards Mansa Devi Temple. This temple is the holy abode of Mata Mansa. Devotees’ horde this place to the tie a threat around the tree as it is believed that wishes of people come true by doing it. In the evening time, check into the hotel and take quick freshen up. O/N stay and dinner in hotel at Chandigarh.

  • Day 2

    Chandigarh to Chintpurni. (Journey Hours: Approx. 6 Hours) 210 Km

    Shaktipeeth Covered: - Maa Naina Devi, Maa Chintpurni
    Today morning after breakfast, proceed to Naina Devi by road. It is around 2-3 hours’ drive from Chandigarh. Naina Devi temple is positioned on hilltop in Bilaspur District. You can reach the peak of hill by following the concrete stairs or using cable car facility. This cable car facility is highly famous among the pilgrims. Some come to pay obeisance to the residing Goddess while others come to soak in the colours and sounds which are part and parcel of this pilgrimage site. It lures pilgrims as it is one of the Shakti Peeths of India, one of the 51 in the country, where a body part of the Devi Sati, first wife of Lord Shiva, scattered and fell after being hit by Lord Vishnu’s Sudarshan Chakra. Later drive to Chintpurni Devi. 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). 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. Check in to your hotel. You can attend evening Aarti of Mata Ji. Night stay in a hotel at Chintpurni.

  • Day 3

    Chintpurni to Dharamshala. (Journey Hours: Approx. 5 Hours) 125 Km

    Shaktipeeth Covered: - Maa Jwala Ji, Maa Baglamukhi (Kangra Devi), Maa Brajeshwari, Maa Chamunda Devi.
    Today Morning after breakfast, check out from the hotel and drive towards Jwala Ji Temple. It is also one of the 51 Shaktipeeths.The Jwalamukhi temple is said to house the tongue of Sati which fell in the place where the temple is being erected. The temple was built in homage to goddess Jawalamukhi, 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 proceed for Bagla Mukhi Temple located 33 kms away from Jwala Ji 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. 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 & Later drive toward hotel. Check in to your hotel at take quick freshen up. O/N stay and dinner in hotel at Dharamshala.

  • Day 4

    Dharamshala – Chandigarh 6-7 Hrs (250 Km)

    In the morning if Chamunda devi temple not covered in previous day due to time availability than you can attend Morning Aarti at Chamunda Devi Temple after breakfast check out from hotel and drive towards Chandigarh for your onwards journey.

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