Enchanting Himachal tour

4 Nights / 5 Days Himachal Temple Tour 

Himachal Temple tour a special tour that will take you through the sacred temples in Himachal and includes a sightseeing tour in Chandigarh. This tour offers you the opportunity to get blessings from the temples such as Naina Devi Temple Sheetla Mata Temple, Jwalamukhi Temple, Chintpurni Temple, Bagala Temple, Chamunda Devi Temple and Brijeshwari Devi Temple that are spread throughout the state. The tour will provide you with memories that you will to treasure for the rest of your life.

Day 1: Chandigarh

On arrival in chandigarh, get an assisted transfer to the hotel. On arrival complete the check-in formalities

Chandigarh City

Begin exploring the most popular tourist destinations of Chandigarh the very first planned city in the nation. The top attractions of the day include Sukhna Lake- an artificial lake located at the Shivalik the foothills, which is a great place to enjoy the boating experience, Rock Garden- a garden that is made up of sculptures out of scrap materials, Tower of Shadows- partially-open, airy sculptures. Enjoy a relaxing stay during the night at the hotel.

Day 2 - Drive Chandigarh to Kangra via Naina Devi, Sheetla Mata, Jwalamukhi temple

On the 2nd day, leave early in the morning for temple tour in Himachal

Naina Devi Temple

Shri Naina Devi Ji is one of the most notable places of worship in Himachal Pradesh. Located in Distt Bilaspur, it is one of the 51 Shaktipeeths where limbs of Sati fell on Earth. This holy place witnesses the huge crowd of pilgrims and devotees round the year and especially during Shravan Ashtami and in the Navratras of Chaitra & Ashwin.

Sheetla Mata Temple

Sheetla Mata Temple located in a village called Jangla located at a distance of about 1.5 kilometers to Gehrwin, Bilaspur. Similar to it’s counterpart, the Golden Temple of Amritsar, the temple is situated within the reservoir. A walkway made of concrete leads towards the shrine. It is believed that the impressive idol of the god installed in this temple was created at Makhowal close to Anandpur Sahib. The goddess Sheetla Devi has been believed to represent the sister to goddess Badol Devi and symbolize power and peace.

Jwalamukhi Temple

The temple is known for its simplicity and that does not have an idol The Jwalamukhi Temple is among the fifty-one Shakti Peethas of India. The temple is located 35 km to the south of Kangra valley, in the city of Jwalamukhi situated in Himachal Pradesh. This temple was dedicated Jwalamukhi Jwalamukhi, the Goddess of Light Also called The Flaming Goddess or “She Of The Flaming Mouth’.

Day 3 - Kangra sightseeing

After breakfast on the 3rd day, visit Chintpurni Temple and Bagala Temple.  Enjoy the scenic locations around these temples and then head back to Kangra. Enjoy a comfortable stay at hotel in Kangra.

Chintpurni temple

Chintpurni is a significant sacred shrine to the Hindus that is situated within the Una district in Himachal Pradesh. It is located on the top of one of the most awe-inspiring summits within the Sola Singhi Range. Chintpurni Devi is the goddess in this temple who removes all the stress and worries of devotees. The temple is where the goddess is portrayed without head in a pindi (round rock). A large number of devotees have flocked to Shaktipeeth throughout the centuries to pray before the lotus foot of Mata Shri Chhinnamastika Devi.

Bagala Temple

The temple is located 30km far from Kangra District in Himachal Pradesh close to Dharamshala in the Himachal Pradesh state of Uttar Pradesh, the Baglamukhi Devi Temple is surrounded by the Dhauladhar Himalayan range. The name Baglamukhi comes from two Sanskrit terms “Bagla” meaning bride, and “Mukhi” which is a reference to face. The temple is one of numerous establishments scattered throughout other areas of the country dedicated to goddess Baglamukhi.

Day 4 - Kangra sightseeing

The day is also planned to allow Darshan in two other well-known temples in the region. Explore the stunning and tranquil Chamunda Devi Temple, about 24 km away from Kangra. After that, you can head for Brijeshwari Temple that was dedicated to the goddess of Parvati, who is the greater portion of Lord Shiva. Return to Kangra at night, which is free for recreation activities. Stay the night.

Chamunda Devi Temple

Only 10 km away in the direction of Palampur is an ancient shrine of Chamunda Devi along one of the banks Baner River. The temple, which is ranked among the 51 Shakti Peethas and is dedicated to Chamundeshwari Devi, who is one of seven matrikas. According to legend, Chamunda appeared from an eye of goddess Durga with the intention to defeat the demons Chanda as well as Munda. After a ferocious fight, Devi killed both these generals of the demon King Shumbha as well as Nishumbha.

Brijeshwari Temple

In the beautiful Kangra valley, which lies at the base of the Himalayas there is the shrine that is Bajreshwari Devi. It is a renowned Hindu pilgrimage spot located in Himachal Pradesh. The entrance to Bajreshwari temple is an oblong drum house that is enclosed by a lengthy stone wall, similar to an fort. The temple is located in front of the cricket field, busy streets, and is also announcing its presence with the sound of bells.

Day 5: Drive Kangra to Chandigarh

On the final day of the Temple excursion within Himachal Pradesh, get an assisted transfer to the railway station/Airport in Chandigarh to begin your journey home with the blessings from Devi Maa.

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