Nau Devi Darshan Tour Package

07 Nights / 08 Days
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Chandigarh » Kangra » Dharamshala » Katra » Amritsar

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  • Delhi - Chandigarh via Mansa Devi Temple - 6 hours

    Departure from Delhi for Chandigarh. Enroute Chandigarh, visit Mata Mansa Devi Temple. Dedicated to Maa Mansa.

    Mata Mansa Devi Temple is one of the most sacred temples across the country. People from all over the world visit the temple to seek the blessings of Maa Mansa.

    Leave for Chandigarh after Darshan. On reaching Chandigarh, check-in at the hotel. ,afterwards proceed for Chandigarh Sighteeing including the famous Sukhana Lake, Rock Garden and Sector 17 market. Overnight at Chandigarh Hotel.

  • Chandigarh - Nainadevi (125 Km 2hrs ) - Chintpurni/Sheetladevi (150 Km. 2 ½ hrs) – Kangra (70 Km 1 ½ hrs)

    Depart early morning for the darshan of Naina Devi Temple (Bilaspur). To reach the temple which is situated at the hill top, one can use the stairs or go via cable car. This sacred temple is one of the 51 Shaktipeethas.

    It is believed that at this spot the eyes of a sati fell down and the temple is worshipped since then.

    After Darshan, leave for Sheetla Devi Temple and visit Chintpurni Temple, a sacred temple that holds immense religious importance. Stay overnight at the hotel in Kangra.

  • Kangra - Jwala ji (35 Km 1 hr.) / Bhagula Mukhi / Kangra Devi / Mata Kapal Pathri / Mata Kangraji /Mata Jawala ji

    Depart early morning for the hill town of Dharamshala. Checkin the hotel and proceed to seek the blessings at Mata Jwala ji Temple, a sacred temple dedicated to Goddess of Jwalamukhi. The ancient temple has 9 permanent flames that have been named after goddesses- Mahakali, Chandi ,Unpurna, Hinglaj, Maha Lakshmi ,Bindhya Basni, ,Ambika , Saraswati, and Anji Devi.

    Post Darshan, visit Maa Bhagula Mukhi Temple and take the blessings of Maa Bhagula who is popularly known to be the source of knowledge of the universe. Visit Kangra Devi Temple where Maa Kangra is worshipped in the form of a 'pindi'. Overnight stay at Kangra.

  • Kangra – Chamunda Devi (70km. 1½ hrs.) - Dharamshala (30km. 30 Minutes) – Dalai Lama Monastery

    Proceed for early morning Darshan at Chamunda Devi Mandir. One of the seven mother goddesses, Chamunda Devi is also known as Chamundi. Devotees from all over the world visit the sacred shrine to seek the blessings of Maa Chamunda. Rest of the day could be spent in exploring various sightseeing spots in and around Dharamshala / Mcleaodganj. Get back to the hotel by evening and stay overnight at the hotel in Dharamshala.

  • Dharamshala / Katra (250 Km. 5 - 6 hrs)

    Depart early morning for Katra, passing through Jammu. On arriving in Katra, check-in at the hotel. You could explore the local market area of Katra for the rest of the day. Overnight stay at Katra.

  • Katra Vaishno Devi

    Early morning trek for Darshan at Vaishno Devi - One of the holiest shrines in India, Vaishno Devi Temple is the abode of Maa Vaishno Devi, who is also known as Mata Rani. Maa Vaishno is considered a manifestation of Mother Goddess.

    People from all over the world visit the temple to seek blessings of Maa Vaishno. It is believed that no prayer goes unanswered from the temple of Maa Vaishno. Trek back to Katra after Darshan at the temple. Overnight at Katra hotel.

  • Katra / Amritsar - (270 Km. 5 - 6 hrs.)

    Depart early morning for Amritsar. Not to miss is the visit to Wagah border, the border between India and Pakistan. The key highlight of the place is the evening ceremony that takes place every evening. After the ceremony, proceed for hotel in Amritsar. Overnight at Amritsar.

  • Amritsar / Delhi - (500 Km. 9 hrs.)

    Early morning checkout from the hotel., start with the sightseeing tour of Amritsar - a visit to Harmandir Sahib, also known as the Golden Temple. Later, visit Jallianwala Bagh, a place holding a lot of historical significance during the era of British Raj. Jallianwala Bagh - commemorates the massacre commissioned by General Dyer during the British Rule. Later, get dropped at the Airport or Railway station and carry on with your onward journey to home .


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Nau Devi Darshan Tour Package

Kangra Valley

Located in the western pan of Himachal Pradesh and spread between the Shivalik foothills and the Dhauladhar Range, the Kangra Valley is a land of gentle beauty. Undulating expanses of tea gardens and terraced paddy fields are crisscrossed by sparkling snow-fed rivulets. Kangra is the most populated district of Himachal Pradesh, and is well connected with the plains as it is situated along the border with Punjab. Nau Devi Darshan Tour Package...

The valley derives its name from the ancient town of Kangra, even though Dharamsala is the present district headquarters. The history of the town goes back 3,500 years when it was called Nagarkot and was the capital of the kingdom of Trigartha. In 1620, Kangra and its fort were captured by Emperor Jaltillgir, after which it became a Mughal province. Dominating the town today are the ruins Of the Once formidable Kangra Fort, perched on top 01 steep cliff overlooking the Banganga and Majhi rivulets. Within the fort's compound are two Hindu temples dedicated to Ambika Devi (a local goddess) and Lakshmi Narayan, and a Jain temple with a stone image of Adinath. Behind the crowded bazaar is the Brajeshwari Devi Temple, whose fabled riches were plundered by Mahmud of Ghazni in 1009. The present structure was built in 1920, after the terrible earthquake of 1905 destroyed the city and original temple.

Some 15 km (9 miles) southwest of Kangra town, are the 15 monolithic lock-cut temples of Masroor, dating to the 10th century and carved in a style similar to those at Ellora. The picturesque Jwalamulchi. Nau Devi Darshan Tour Package...

Temple, 34 km (21 miles) southwest of Kangra, is one of North India's most important pilgrimage sites. Further east of Kangra, the beauty of the tea garden country unfolds around Palampur, 45 km (28 miles) away. East of Palampur, are the 9th-century stone Baijnath Temple dedicated to Shiva, Bir with its Tibetan Buddhist monastery, and Billing, well-known as a take-off point for paragliding over the valley. Nau Devi Darshan Tour Package...

About 40 km (25 miles) southeast of Palampur, is the fortress of Sujanpur-Tira, located on the right bank of the Beas. Built by the Kangra kings in the early 18th century, it was the favoured residence of Raja Sansar Chang, the renowned patron of Kangra miniature painting. The fortress also preserves some excellent wall paintings.

At the far end of the Kangra Valley is Jogindernagar, 55 km (34 miles) south of Palampur, the terminus of a narrow gauge railway line that winds up the valley from Pathankot in the west. The Maharana Pratap Sagar Lake, created in 1979 by the construction of the Pong Dam across the Beas, lies to the southwest of Kangra district. This large wetland, spread over 45,000 ha (111,200 acres) when full, is a favoured stopover for migratory birds from Central Asia.