Best Pilgrimage Destination in India by Saishishir Tours


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Shirdi is a city in Maharashtra, a holy place for hindus synonymous with Sai baba – a saint revered by followers of all religions and who performed miracles in this town. Devotees come visit and worship him in his presence at the famous Shirdi Sai Baba Temple year-round. It is stated as one of the busiest pilgrimage sites in India. Ramnavami, Guru Purnima and Vijayadashmi are the main festival celebrated here. December to March is the best time to visit Shirdi 

Shirid Sai Baba temple is one of the most visited temples in India, it is build on the Samadhi of Sai Baba and pilgrims from various parts of the world come and worship, Especially from Maharashtra and other neighbouring states.Gurusthan, Samadhi Mandir, Cottage Adul Baba, House of Laxmibai Shinde, Chavadi Dwarkamai, Dixit Wada Museum are other major places of attraction for pilgrims  



Varanasi a spiritual capital of India, lies on the left bank of Holy river Ganga. Many Piligrims are attracted to varanasi for the temple present across the city, Kashi Vishwanth Temple is one among them and it is considered one of the 12 jyothirlinga temples and very special for Hindus especially for Lord Shiva Devotees in particular. 

Varanasi is one of the Oldest Cities in the world, rich with cultural heritage The ghats and the Buddhist site Sarnath attract tourists from abroad.Kashi Vishwanath Temple being the main attraction, the structure is built by Maharani Ahilya Bai Holkar of Indore in 1780. Temple is called as Golden temple which is similar to Golden temple in Amritsar, due to Golden Spire of 15.5m high. Dashashwamedh Ghat, Assi Ghat, Manikarnika ghat, shri durga temple, sankatmochan temple, Bharath mata temple are the other attractions to piligrims.Varanasi is famous for its Banarasi silk, Muslin fabrics, perfumes, ivory works, and sculptures. 



Puri a Sacred pilgrimage sites of India, located in Orissa on the east coast of india on Bay of Bengal, in the Coastal delta of Mahanadi River. It is famous for Jagannath temple the resting place of Lord Vishnu. Hence it is Very Significant place of worship for Hindus. 

Puri jagannath Temple, being the main attraction for Piligrims, Jagannath, Subhadra and balabhadra dieties are worshipped here. Puri temple is famous for its annual Ratha Yatra, or chariot festival. Nabakalebara is a unique tradition which occur once in 8,11,12 and 19 years. It involves inthe total replacement of the five worshipped wooden idols.  

Puri beach, Atharnala Bridge, Sudarshan crafts museum, Astaranga Beach and Loknath Temple are the other attractions. Many visit the temple during months ranging from october to february as climate stays pleasant, cool and soothing during this period.  



Vaishnovdevi Temple also known as Shri Mata Vaishnovdevi Temple, is a Holy shrine located at Katra a village in Jammu. Pilgrims travel from the city of Jammu in Jammu and Kashmir to the village of Katra. Temple is dedicated to Goddess Vaishnov devi, and it is recognized as one of the 108 Maha Shakthi Peethas dedicated to Goddess Durga. 

 One of the most popular pilgrimage sites in India Millions of people visits the temple each year. Statistics show that even one crore people are participating in celebrations like Navaratri. According to research, it is also one of the wealthiest temples in India, with yearly earnings of close to 16 billion dollars. 

The Vaishno Devi Temple will be covered with snow from December through January during the winter season. Although the temple will not be closed on these days, pilgrims are urged to pack warm windbreakers and gloves. 



Ellora is a UNESCO World Heritage Site situated in the Maharashtra city of Aurangabad. It is one of the world’s largest rock-cut Hindu temple cave nexus, with artwork spanning from 600-1000 CE.  The Kailash temple, a chariot-shaped structure dedicated to the lord Shiva, is located in Cave 16. The Kailash temple excavation also includes sculptures showing numerous Hindu deities as well as relief panels encapsulating the two major Hindu epics. 

The Kailashanath temple is the biggest of the rock-cut Hindu temples. Because of its size, construction, and sculptural design, this megalith carved from a rock cliff face is acclaimed as one of the most astonishing cave temples in the whole world and “the apex of Indian  rock-cut architecture’s era.” 

The greatest of the 34 Buddhist, Jain, as well as Hindu cave temples and monasteries that make up the Ellora Caves, which stretch for more than two kilometers (1.2 miles) down the site’s sloping basalt cliff, is the Kailasha temple. 

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