Temple tour Jyotirlinga maharashtra with Shirdi temple from mumbai can be visited in three night , four days. The sequence of the travel for pilgrimage tour jyotirlinga temples & shirdi , Day one visit Triambakeshwar jyotirlinga temple and proceed to aurangabad or ellora for overnight stay. Day two visit Grishneshwar jyotirlinga temple and proceed to shirdi, darshan at holy shrine of shirdi saibaba , Day three early morning visit Bhimashankar jyotirlinga temple and then proceed to mumbai .
Jyotirlingas are the 12 special shrines dedicated to Shiva since ancient times .A Jyotirlinga or Jyotirling or Jyotirlingam is a shrine where Lord Shiva , an aspect of God in Hindusim is worshipped in the form of a Jyotirlingam or Lingam of Light ,Jyotirlingas are the 12 special shrines dedicated to Shiva since ancient times .
Trimbakeshwar near Nashik, Bhimashankar, Off Pune and Grishneshwar near Ellora caves are three temples in Maharashtra. To add to this there is also Nagnath at Aundha and Parli Baidyanath that are considered by many one of the Jyotirlingas.
Jyotirlinga temples Maharashtra are best visited as a part of Itinerary (ex-Pune or Ex-Mumbai, ex- Aurangabad or Nashik).
Aundha Nagnath Temple near Nanded is also considered as a Jyotirlinga Temple. (by adding 1 more night) to include Aundha Nagnath Temple. Guest can also visit the famous Gurdwara at Nanded alongwith Aundha Nagnath Temple.
Parli Baidyanath Temple at Parli in Dist. Beed (130 kms before Nanded) is also considered one of the Jyotirlinga Temples by many.
Tryambakeshvar literally means the abode of the three eyed one i.e. Lord Shiva, is one of the twelve Jyotirlingas (self emanated lingas). It is situated in the eastern spur of the Sahyadri and is 30 Kms. away from the pilgrimage center, Nashik. It is also a place of origin of Godavari.
Bhimashankar, one of the twelve Jyotirlingas, can certainly be termed as a Pilgrim Paradise.Situated at the extreme end of the Sahayadri Ranges, this place gives a wonderful view of the world around you, the forts, the rivers and the hill stations around.
Grishneshwar is an ancient pilgrimage site revered as the abode of one of the 12 Jyotirlingas of Shiva. It is located at a distance of 11 km from Daulatabad at Ellora near Aurangabad in Maharashtra. The Lord is also known by several names like Kusumeswarar, Ghushmeswara, Grushmeswara, and Grishneswara.
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