Ashtavinayak Darshan Tour (2 Days Tour)
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- Tour Start – Pune
- Destination – Ashtavinayak Ganpati
- Frequency – Every Saturday
- Travel By – Non Ac Bus
- No. Of Days – 2 Days 1 Night
- Hotel – Dormitory Bhakt Niwas (Accommodation of 5 persons in a room)
- Include – Travel + Toll/Parking + Tea & Breakfast + Veg Lunch & Dinner + Accomdation + Tour Coordinator
- Exclude – Personal Expenses Only
Boarding & Droping Points
- Hinjewadi Wakad Bridge – 6:00 AM
- Bramain Circle, Aundh – 6:10 AM
- Pune Station – 6:30 AM
- Swarget – 6:45 AM
- Hadapsar – 7:00 AM
- Drop Points Will Be Same As Pickup Points.
Day 1 -: Start from Pune. on the way breakfast, proceed to Morgaon After Darshan proceed to Siddhatek then on the way Lunch at Hotel, Later proceed to Theur. After that Proceed to Ranjangaon, After evening tea, proceed to Ozar for Overnight stay at Hotel Nilayam Ozar.
Day 2 -: Early morning proceed to Lenyadri Darshan, After breakfast, proceed to Mahad on the way Lunch. After lunch proceed to Pali , After evening tea, proceed to Pune.
Mayureshwar Vighneshwar Siddhivinayak Grijatmaj
Stay At Bhakt Bhawan, Ozar
Short Information About Ashtavinayak Temples
Mayureshwar Ganpati, Morgaon
Also known as Moreshwar temple, it is situated 65 km from Pune on the banks of Karha River in the village Morgaon. The deity is three-eyed, seated with his trunk turned towards the left (direction of success). The deity is flanked by idols of Siddhi and Buddhi, consorts of the Lord.
Siddhivinyak Ganpati, Siddhatek
The Hindu god Vishnu is supposed to have vanquished the demons Madhu and Kaitabh after propitiating Ganesh here.
Siddhivinayak’s Temple is situated in the village of Siddhatek, 100 km from Pune. The sanctum was built by Maharani Ahilyabai Holkar of Indore. The Ganesh idol of Shree Siddhivinayak is placed in brass frame. In the sanctum, you can find a Shiva-panchayatana and a shrine to Goddess Shivai.
Chintamani Ganpati, Theur
It known to be one of the larger and more famous of the eight revered shrines, the temple is situated in the village of Theur, 25 km from Pune. The hall has a black stone water fountain in it. Beside the central shrine dedicated to Ganesha, there are three smaller shrines in the temple complex dedicated to Shiva, Vishnu-Lakshmi and Hanuman. Ganesha is worshiped by the name ‘Chintamani’ in this temple as it is believed he provides deliverance from worries.
The temple of Maha Ganpati is very close to the center of the town Ranjangaon. The temple was erected during the rule of the Peshwas. The temple was built by Sardar Kine.Peshwa Madhavrao had constructed the Garbhagriha, the sanctum to house the swayambhoo statue,
Situated in the village of Ranjhangoan, a short distance from Pune, the Maha Ganpati is the most powerful representation of Lord Ganesha. It is believed that after invoking this form of Ganpati, Shiva vanquished the demon Tripurasur. The idol has ten trunks and twenty hands.
Vighneshwar Ganpati, Ozar
It is situated on the banks of Kukadi River, 95 km away from Pune just off the Pune-Nashik Highway, in the town of Ozhar. The temple is enclosed on all sides by high stone walls, and its pinnacle is made of gold. The idol faces the east and has its trunk towards the left. Riddhi and Siddhi flank the idol of Ganesha.
Girijatmaj Ganpati, Lenyadri
The temple is situated within the Buddhist caves on a mountain that are also called – Ganesh Caves. Situated 97 km from Pune, you have to climb 307 steps to reach the temple. The entire temple is carved out of single stone and faces south. The idol here is not a separate idol but has been carved on a stone wall of the cave and only one eye of the idol can be seen. ‘Girijatmaj’ literally means Ganesha the son of Girija (Parvati).
Varadvinayak Ganpati, Mahad
It is situated in Mahad village in Raigad, 146 km from Pune. The idol faces east and has his trunk turned to the left. The idol was found in the lake adjoining the temple and hence, displays a weathered look. An oil lamp, called Nandadeep, is believed to have been burning since 1892.
Ballaleshwar Ganpati, Pali
Situated in Pali village in Raigad district about 120 km from Pune, the temple is also famous by the name Ballal. It is believed that Ganesh appeared in front of his devotee named Ballal in the form of a Brahman. Ballaleshwar is the only incarnation of Lord Ganesha which is known by a devotee’s name.
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