Ashtavinayaka

Ashtavinayaka Yatra

Ashtavinayaka (Marathi: अष्टविनायक) literally means “eight Ganeshas” in Sanskrit. Ganesh is the Hinduism/Hindu deity of unity, prosperity & learning and removes obstacles. The term refers to eight Ganeshas. Ashtavinayaka yatra trip refers to a pilgrimage to the eight Hindu temples in Maharashtra state of India that house eight distinct idols of Ganesha, in a pre-ascertained sequence. The Ashtavinayaka yatra or pilgrimage covers the eight ancient holy temples of Ganesha which are situated around Pune. Each of these temples has its own individual legend and history, as distinct from each other as the murtis in each temple. The form of each murti of Ganesha and His trunk are distinct from one another. However, there are other temples of eight Ganesha in various other parts of Maharashtra; the ones around Pune are more well known than the former. It is believed to be for completion of Ashtavinayak Yatra visit the first ganpati after visiting all the eight ganpati’s again, to complete the yatra

Product Description

2 Nights / 3 Days

Day 1 :

Morning at 05.00 am Borivali, Dadar, Thane, Panvel, pickup. Mahad (Vardvinayak), Pali (Ballaleshwar), Ranjangaon (Mahaganpati). Night Stay at Pune.

Day 2 :

Theur (Chintamani), Siddhatek (Siddhivinayak), Morgaon (Mayureshwar), Jejuri (Khandoba), Prati Balaji. Night stay at Pune

Day 3 :

Prati Vaishnodevi, Ozar (Vighneshwar), Lenyadri (Girjatmaj). Proceed to Mumbai

 Tour Costing

 

Deluxe Deluxe A/C Super Deluxe A/C
Per Person 3500/- 4000/- 4500/-
Extra Person 3300/- 3800/- 4300/-
Child (3- 8 Years) 3000/- 3500/- 4000/-
  • Deluxe  : Non A/c Bus, Non A/c Room
  • Deluxe A/c  : A/c Bus, Non A/c Room
  • Super Deluxe A/c  : A/c Bus, A/c Room

Tour Includes

  • 2X2 Luxury A/C & Non A/C Bus (Pushback)
  • Accommodation in deluxe hotel
  • Food (Breakfast, Lunch, Evening Tea Snacks & Dinner)
  • Single person seprate room will be charged Rs. 1500/- extra

 

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