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Dwarka - Somnath Pilgrim Break

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Omkarshwar Mahakaleshwar Jyotirlinga Pilgrimage Getaway

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Overview

Nivalink offers most comprehensive set of pilgrimages within India. Pilgrimages comprise standalone pilgrimages, pilgrim circuits and pilgrim getaways.


Hindu Pilgrimage, Buddhist Pilgrimage, Jain Pilgrimage, Sikh Pilgrimage, Catholic Pilgrimage and Islamic Pilgrimages are included in the offerings alongwith general pilgrimages (ones that cannot be associated with any religion).


Nivalink offers complete solutions including Hotels, Logistics (Transport, Bus, Train, flight etc.) and even guidance / recommendations on Open / close timings, season, Puja reservations etc. 


email to pilgrimage@nivalink.co.in to interact with our pilgrimage sector experts for recommendations / insights / ideas / cost estimates.

 


Hindu Pilgrimages

Nivalink classifies Hindu Temples into 4 categories

  • Internationally Renowned - Temples that are renowned and visited by devotees from All Over the world
  • Nationally Significant - Temples that popular and visited by devotees from All Over India
  • Regionally Significant - Temples that popular and visited by devotees from a specific region within India
  • Locally Significant - Temples that are locally popular and visited by devotees from a small geographic region


Nivalink has organised itineraries and offerings for travellers looking to organise pilgrimages to International, National and regionally renowned temples. Temples with local significance are added to itineraries upon specific request as part of customisation.


Hindu Pilgrimages in Maharashtra in Western India

State of Maharashtra in Western India has a wide ranging significant Temples that are visited as pilgrimages:

  • Mumbai (Siddhivinayak Temple, Mahalaxmi Temple, Babulnath Temple etc)
  • Nashik / Trimbakeshwar (Trimbakeshwar Jyotirlinga Temple and Ramayana era temples around Nashik)
  • Shirdi (Shirdi Saibaba Temple)
  • Aurangabad (Grushneshwar Jyotirlinga Temple near Ellora)
  • Parli (Parli Vaijnath Temple)
  • Nanded (Sri Huzur Sahib Gurudwara, Aundha Nagnath Temple (64 kms), Mahur Renuka Devi Temple (120 kms))
  • Solapur (Pandharpur (70 kms), Tulja Bhawani Temple (Shaktipeetha - 46 kms), Akkalkot (40 kms), Ganganapur (100 kms))
  • Kolhapur (Mahalaxmi Temple (Shaktipeetha), Jyotiba Temple (17 kms), Narsobawadi (50 kms))
  • Coastal Maharashtra (Shore Temples at Harihareshwar, Guhagar, Ganpatipule, Kunkeshwar, Malvan, Vengurla etc) 


Nivalink regularly organises customised pilgrimages to the above areas since year 2005. e-mail on pilgrimage@nivalink.co.in for a customised pilgrimage itinerary and we will get back with a firm cost estimate (Estimated hotel cost and transportation). 


Grishneshwar Jyotirlinga Temple near Ellora and Aurangabad (30-40 kms)

Hindu Pilgrimages in Gujarat in Western India

Gujarat in Western India is renowned for its Pilgrimages as under:

  • Dwarka (Lord Krishna Temple, Nageshwar Jyotirlinga Temple)
  • Somnath (Somnath Jyotirlinga Temple, Prabhas Patan Shaktipeetha, Tulsishyam Krishna Temple)
  • Dakor (Rachhodraiji - Lord Krishna Temple)
  • Ambaji (Shaktipeetha Temple)
  • Pavagadh (Devi Temple and a renowned pilgrimage)
  • Chandod (River Confluence)
  • Kutchh (Mata no Madh Temple)


Gujarat also has many renowned Jain temples and we at Nivalink are able to combine Hindu and Jain Pilgrimages into one circuit or do standalone circuits. 


Nivalink regularly organises customised pilgrimages to the above areas since year 2005. e-mail on pilgrimage@nivalink.co.in for a customised pilgrimage itinerary and we will get back with a firm cost estimate (Estimated hotel cost and transportation). 


Pavagadh Temple (May 2013)

Hindu Pilgrimages in Central India

Central India is renowned for its Wildlife and Heritage areas. However it is also home to some significant Hindu Pilgrimages. 

  • Chitrakoot (Temples linked to Lord Rama's exile in Ramayana)


Nivalink regularly organises customised pilgrimages to the above areas since year 2005. e-mail on 
pilgrimage@nivalink.co.in for a customised pilgrimage itinerary and we will get back with a firm cost estimate (estimated hotel and transportation cost). 

 


Amarkantak (Jan 2008)

Hindu Pilgrimages in Tamil Nadu in South India

Tamil Nadu in South India is considered a major hub for Hindu Pilgrimages and is home to many very significant standalone pilgrimages and pilgrim circuits.

  • Kancheepuram (Ekambareswarar Temple (Pancha Bhoota Stalam), Kamakshi temple, Kanchi Kailasnathar Temple, Vaikuntha Perumal Temple)
  • Palani (Lord Murugan Temple (Arupadiveedu))
  • Madurai (Meenakshi Temple (Shaktipeetha) and 2 Arupadaiveedu Temples of Lord Murugan) 
  • Kanyakumari (Suchindram Temple and Kumari Amman Temple (Shaktipeetha))
  • Chidambaram (Lord Shiva Temple (Pancha Bhoota Stalam))
  • Vellore (Golden Temple)


Nivalink regularly organises customised pilgrimages to the above areas since year 2005. e-mail on pilgrimage@nivalink.co.in for a customised pilgrimage itinerary and we will get back with a firm cost estimate (estimated hotel and transportation cost). 


Nataraja Temple Complex, Chidambaram (May 2009) -

Hindu Pilgrimages in Karnataka in South India

Costal Karnataka is renowned for its significant Hindu Pilgrimages. All major Hindu Pilgrimage centres of Karnataka are listed:

  • Udupi (Udupi Krishna Temple) and many more
  • Gokarna - Sri Mahabaleshwar Temple (Srikshetra Gokarna)
  • Dharmasthala - Lord Shiva Temple (Shri Kshetra Dharmasthala)
  • Manjeshwar (Near Mangalore) - Shrimad Anantheshwara Temple
  • Mysore (Shakti Peetha and other Temples with pilgrimage and architectural importance)
  • Kolar (Kotilingeshwar Shiva Temple)


Nivalink regularly organises customised pilgrimages to the above areas since year 2005. e-mail on pilgrimage@nivalink.co.in for a customised pilgrimage itinerary and we will get back with a firm cost estimate (estimated hotel and transportation cost). 


Murudeshwar (June 2015)

Hindu Pilgrimages in Kerala in South India

Kerala is renowned for its plantations and backwaters. However lesser known fact about Kerala is that it also is home to some very significant Hindu pilgrimages especially in South and Central Kerala around Guruvayoor, Kottayam, Sabarimala and Trivandrum

  • Thrissur - Vadakkumnathan Temple, Thriprayar Temple, Koodalmanikyam Temple 
  • Palakkad - Kalpathy Temple
  • Cochin - Chottanikkara Bhagavathy Temple
  • Alleppey - Ambalapuza Temple (30 kms) and Mannarshala Temple (32 kms from Alleppey)
  • Kottayam - Lord Shiva Temples (Ettumanoor Temple, Kaduthuruthy Thaliyil Mahadeva Temple, Vaikom Shiva temple (20 kms)), Lord Vishnu Temple - Thrikodithanam Temple (15 kms)
  • Varkala - Janardhan Swamy Temple (Lord Krishna Temple)
  • Trivandrum - Padmanabhaswamy Temple (Lord Vishnu Temple)


Nivalink regularly organises customised pilgrimages to the above areas since year 2005. e-mail on pilgrimage@nivalink.co.in for a customised pilgrimage itinerary and we will get back with a firm cost estimate (estimated hotel and transportation cost). 


Vaikom Shiva Temple (June 2011)

Hindu Pilgrimages in Telangana / Andhra Pradesh in South India

Andhra Pradesh is home to Pancharama Circuit, Tirupati Balaji Temple, Shaktipeetha temples, Sri Sailam Jyotirlinga Temple and many more. Telangana state has many renowned pilgrimages such as Bhadrachalam (Lord Rama Temple) and Ramappa etc.


Andhra Pradesh

  • Dwarka Tirumala (Lord Vishnu Temple)
  • Kurnool (Shakti Peetha Temple) and Mantralayam (Guru Raghvendra Swami Mutt)


Telangana

  • Ramappa Temple  


Nivalink regularly organises customised pilgrimages to the above areas since year 2005. e-mail on pilgrimage@nivalink.co.in for a customised pilgrimage itinerary and we will get back with a firm cost estimate (estimated hotel and transportation cost). 

 

Hindu Pilgrimages in East India

States of West Bengal, Assam, Bihar, Jharkhand and Orissa are home to some renowned pilgrimages like Deoghar (Jharkhand), Puri, Gangasagar (West Bengal) etc. 

  • Bihar - Gaya (Shaktipeetha Temple)
  • Orissa - Puri (Jagannath Temple)
  • Jharkhand - Deoghar (Baidyanath Dham - Jyotirlinga Temple)


Nivalink regularly organises customised pilgrimages to the above areas since year 2005. e-mail on 
pilgrimage@nivalink.co.in for a customised pilgrimage itinerary and we will get back with a firm cost estimate (estimated hotel and transportation cost). 

 

 

 

 

 


Baba Baidyanath Dham, Deoghar (Feb 2010)

Hindu Pilgrimages in Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand States of North India

States of Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand States of North India are home to many significant pilgrimages such as Mathura, Haridwar, Varanasi etc.


Uttar Pradesh


Uttarakhand

  • Haridwar (Ganga Riverside Ghats and Temples)
  • Chaar Dham (Badrinath, Kedarnath, Gangotri, Yamunotri).
  • Kumaon region - Almora (Jageshwar Temple Complex), Kashipur (Moteshwar Mahadev)


Nivalink regularly organises customised pilgrimages to the above areas since year 2005. e-mail on 
pilgrimage@nivalink.co.in for a customised pilgrimage itinerary and we will get back with a firm cost estimate (estimated hotel and transportation cost). 


Har Ki Pauri, Haridwar (March 2013)

Hindu Pilgrimages in Himachal Pradesh and Jammu region in North India

State of Himachal Pradesh, Jammu region and border areas in North India are home to many renowned Hindu Pilgrimages. Devi Temples in the area is visited as part of Nau Deviyan Circuit:


Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Himachal Pradesh

  • Panchkula (Chandigarh) - Mansadevi Temple
  • Saharanpur - Shakumbhri Devi Temple


Jammu Region

  • Jammu - Raghunath Temple
  • Jammu Valley Area - Shiv Khori Temple


Nivalink regularly organises customised pilgrimages to the above areas since year 2005. e-mail on pilgrimage@nivalink.co.in for a customised pilgrimage itinerary and we will get back with a firm cost estimate (Estimated hotel cost and transportation). 

 

 


Jwalamukhi Temple (May 2007)

Hindu Pilgrimages in Rajasthan

State of Rajasthan has some significant Pilgrimages such as Shrinathji, Salasar, Khatushyamji, Ghushmeshwar, Osiyaji etc.

  • Nathdwara - Shrinathji (Lord Krishna Pilgrimage)
  • Sawai Madhopur - Ghushmeshwar Temple (Lord Shiva Temple)

 

Nivalink regularly organises customised pilgrimages to the above areas since year 2005. e-mail on pilgrimage@nivalink.co.in for a customised pilgrimage itinerary and we will get back with a firm cost estimate (estimated hotel and transportation cost). 


Pushkar Lake (June 2005)

Buddhist Pilgrimages

India is where Gautam Buddha and a lot of Buddhist scholars spent most of this life. There are a number of monuments across India that are very important from Buddhist pilgrimage perspective. 


Himalayan regions of North and East India is home to many Tibetan Buddhism monasteries. 


Nivalink has a comprehensive set of Buddhist pilgrimages related offerings in India and have been customising packages since 2005.


Review the list in details and thereafter email on pilgrimage@nivalink.co.in for further insights from our experts for building a customised pilgrimage itinerary. We would also be glad to offer a firm cost estimate (Estimated hotel cost and transportation). 


Buddhist Pilgrimages in India - Plains

India is where Gautam Buddha and a lot of Buddhist scholars spent most of this life. There are a number of monuments across India that are very important from Buddhist pilgrimage perspective. 

  • Visakhapatnam (Pavurallakonda, Thotlakonda, Bavikonda, Bojjannakonda, Lingalakonda)
  • Amaravati (Buddhist Sites)
  • Mumbai and around - Elephanta Caves, Kanheri Caves, Karla Caves (Buddhist Caves, Hindu Caves / Temple)

 

Nivalink has a comprehensive set of Buddhist pilgrimages related offerings in India and have been customising packages since 2005.

Review the list in details and thereafter email on pilgrimage@nivalink.co.in for further insights from our experts for building a customised pilgrimage itinerary. We would also be glad to offer a firm cost estimate (Estimated hotel cost and transportation). 


Sanchi - A Prime Buddhist pilgrimage site near Bhopal (46 kms) (March 2010)

Buddhist Pilgrimages in India - Himalayas

Tibetan Buddhism is widely practiced in the Himalayas and they are home to ancient monasteries of different sectors of Tibetan Buddhism. These represent ultimate experience for the traveller as one experiences remote Himalayas, exquisite views and monasteries in its most Authentic form.


Nivalink has been organising customised itineraries for above sectors since 2005. email on pilgrimage@nivalink.co.in for a customised pilgrimage itinerary and we will get back with a firm cost estimate (Estimated hotel cost and transportation). 

 


Pemangyetse Monastery, Pelling (March 2010)

Jain Pilgrimages

Jains all over the world undertake Pilgrimage trips to locations that were part of lives of their great Tirthankaras (Gurus / religious heads) in Past. Some of the locations are established Pilgrimage destinations and are well visited all round the year.


Nivalink organises trips to standalone pilgrimages and to pilgrim circuits (e.g. ex-Ahmedabad, ex-Bangalore) since 2005.


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email on pilgrimage@nivalink.co.in for a 
customised pilgrimage itinerary and we will get back with a firm cost estimate (hotel and transportation etc)

 


Jain Pilgrimages in North and Western India

States of Rajasthan, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh are home to some significant Jain Pilgrimages. 

Rajasthan

  • Jaisalmer (Parshavnath and Rishabhnath Temple)
  • Karauli (Shri Mahavirji Jain Temple)
  • Ex-Ranakpur - Sirohi - Jalore - Ranakpur - Ghanerao (Jahaj Mandir, Jalore, Mandoli, Jirawala (Parsvanatha and Neminatha Temples), Muchhal Mahavir temple, Ranakpur Jain temples).
  • Nakoda (Parsvanatha Jain temple)


Gujarat

  • Girnar (Digambar and Shwetambar temples)
  • Kutch - Bhadreshwar Temple Gandhidham, 72 Jinalaya Mandvi


Madhya Pradesh

  • Khajuraho (Adinath and Shantinath Temples)


Nivalink has been organising pilgrimages to above destinations since year 2005. 
email on pilgrimage@nivalink.co.in for a customised pilgrimage itinerary and we will get back with a firm cost estimate (cost of hotel and transportation).


Ranakpur Jain Temple (March 2010) - A must visit Jain Temple Complex

Jain Pilgrimages in South and East India

South India is home to Sravanbelagoda, the most renowned Jain pilgrimage in South India alongwith some significant circuits ex-Mangalore / Mysore. Jharkhand in East India is home to Parasnath Temple, most revered Jain Pilgrimage.


Karnataka


Jharkhand


Nivalink has been organising pilgrimages since 2005. 
email on pilgrimage@nivalink.co.in for a customised pilgrimage itinerary and we will get back with a firm cost estimate (Hotel and Transport)


View from Sravanbelagoda (Oct 2003)

Sikh Pilgrimages

Sikhs all over the world undertake Pilgrimage trips to Gurdwaras and locations that were part of lives of their great Gurus in Past. Some of the locations are established Pilgrimage destinations and are well visited all round the year.


Sikh Pilgrimages in India

Sikh Pilgrimages are centres around North India. However there are number of prominent Sikh pilgrimages in rest of India as well.


Punjab


Himachal Pradesh


Delhi

  • Delhi (Bangla Sahib)


Gujarat


Maharashtra

  • Nanded (Sach Khand Huzur Sahib Gurdwara)


Bihar

  • Patna (Patna Sahib, Handi Sahib)


West Bengal

  • Kolkata (Gurdwara Badi Sangat)


For further information, travel planning advisory and reservations email:
pilgrimage@nivalink.co.in 

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Sri Huzur Sahib Gurdwara Nanded (March 2008)

Other Pilgrimages In India

South India is renowned for its Catholic Pilgrimage circuit where as Nagore and Ajmer are renowned for being Islamic Pilgrimage centres. There are pilgrimages in India like Shirdi Saibaba Temple, Deosidt Temple, Dhyanalingam have no specific religion attached to it but are still visited by devotees from all over. 

 


Catholic Pilgrimages in India

While Vailankanni is regarded as the most visited Catholic shrine in South India, there are number of other pilgrimages that are revered and have significance for Catholic pilgrims.

There are number of Churches South of Madurai that have 16th century significance related to arrival and miracles of St Francis Xavier. 

While Vypeen (near Cochin) is visited as a standalone pilgrimage, others can be visited as a part of a circuit.


email to pilgrimage@nivalink.co.in for a customised itinerary with cost estimates ex-Trichy / Madurai / Chennai.

 

 


Vailankanni Church (May 2009)

Islamic Pilgrimages in India

Ajmer Dargah, Mumbai (Haji Ali Dargah) and Nagore Dargah are generally regarded as three most visited Islamic pilgrimages in india. 

Old cities of India (Luckow, Bhopal, Agra, New Delhi, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad etc.) have some very majestic mosques of the Mughal era offering stunning architecture and are vsiited as part of heritage itineraries by all travellers.


For Ideas / recommendations and customised itineraries please email to pilgrimages@nivalink.co.in 

 

 


Jama Masjid, Ahmedabad (May 2013)

General Pilgrimages in India

There are many pilgrimages in India that are not specifically linked to a religion, however are standalone major pilgrim centres. Most promiment among them are as under:

  • Shirdi (Maharashtra) - Shirdi Sai Baba Temple
  • Coimbatore (Tamil Nadu) - Dhyanlinga (30 kms from Coimbatore)
  • Ramdevra (Rajasthan) - Ramdevra Temple
  • Virpur (Gujarat) - Jalaram Bapa Temple


email on pilgrimage@nivalink.co.in for a 
customised itinerary, we will get ideas / recommendations back with cost estimates.

 

 


Ramdevra Temple (March 2011) near Pokaran

Pilgrim Circuits

India is home to many regional pilgrim circuits especially in West, North and South India and some group of temples that are considered holy to have been visited at least once in one's lifetime and are visited specifically by pilgrim travellers. Some of the prime examples of Pilgrim circuits include Jyotirlinga (12 Lord Shiva Temples), Shaktipeetha (18 major Devi Temples), Ashtavinayak (8 Lord Ganesha Temples in Maharashtra) etc.

 

 


Jyotirlinga and Shaktipeetha

Some of the prominent Pilgrim circuits in India are as under:

Jyotirlinga - Jyotirlinga are set of 12 Shiva Temples spread all over India and considered holiest for Shiva devotees. Its rather an arduous task to visit all at once and therefore most devotees make it a point to visit all over a period of time, sometime part of an Itinerary and sometime two or three at a time.

  • 5 Jyotirlinga Temples in Maharashtra
  • 2 Jyotirlinga Temples in Madhya Pradesh
  • 2 Jyotirlinga Temples in Gujarat
  • Standalone Jyotirlinga Temples (Kashi Vishwanath (Varanasi), (Uttar Pradesh), Rameshwaram (Tamil Nadu), Srisailam (Andhra Pradesh), Kedarnath (Uttarakhand), Deoghar (Jharkhand))


Shaktipeetha - 
Shakti Peethas are where different parts of Goddess Shakti have fallen when Lord Vishnu's ChakraSudarshana Chakra, cut through the corpse of Sati. There are totally 50+ such locations and not all are undisputed. 18 of these are universally accepted as Shaki Peethas and are collectively known as Maha Shakti Peethas. 

  • Standalone Shaktipeetha - South India - Kanchipuram (Tamil Nadu), Mysore (Karnataka), Alampur (Andhra Pradesh), Srisailam (Andhra Pradesh), Kakinada (Andhra Pradesh), Kanyakumari and Suchindram (Tamilnadu) 
  • Standalone Shaktipeetha - West India - Kolhapur (Maharastra), Mahur (Maharastra), Tuljapur (Maharashtra), Saptashrungi near Nashik (Maharashtra), Ambaji (Gujarat), Ujjain (Madhya Pradesh)
  • Standalone Shaktipeetha - East India - Jajpur (Orissa), Kolkata (West Bengal), Tarapith (West Bengal), Guwahati (Assam), Gaya (Bihar), Deoghar (Jharkhand)
  • Standalone Shaktipeetha - North India - Vaishnodevi (Jammu), Jwalamukhi (Himachal Pradesh), Varanasi and Allahabad (Uttar Pradesh), Naina Devi (Himachal Pradesh), Sarahan (Himachal Pradesh)

Some of the Shaktipeetha temples are located within Jyotirlinga Temple complex and therefore both are often combined together as part of a pilgrim getaway / break / itinerary.

Nivalink has been organising pilgrimages in India since 2005. email on pilgrimage@nivalink.co.in for a customised pilgrimage itinerary and we will get back with a firm cost estimate (Hotel and transportation). 


Sarahan Bhimkali Temple Complex (June 2009)

Regional Pilgrim Circuits

Regional pilgrim circuits are popular with pilgrim travellers of the region. Popular regional pilgrim circuits are listed as under:


Ashtavinayak Temples
 (Maharashra - Western India) - Ashtavinayak means "eight Ganeshas". The term Ashtavinayak also refers to a pilgrimage to the eight temples in Maharashtra that house eight idols of Lord Ganesh viz. Ballaleshwar at Pali, Chintamani at Theur, Girijatmaj at Lenyadri, Mahaganpati at Ranjangaon, Moreshwar at Morgaon, Siddhivinayak, at Siddhtek, Varad Vinayak at Mahad, Vighneshwar at Ozhar. 

Ashtavinayak is done ex-Mumbai / Pune as part of 1 night / 2 days (hectic), 2 nights / 3 days (less hetctic) trip. Customised as well as fixed departures are organised for Ashtavinayak pilgrimage including Vidhivat Ashtavinayak. 


11 Maruti Temple Circuit
(Maharashtra - Western India) - 11 Maruti Temples are a set of 11 Lord Hanuman temples in Maharashtra established in 17th Century by Saint Samarth Ramdas. These temples are located around Satara, Karad, Kolhapur area and are visited as part of a Circuit. 


Pancharama Circuit
(5 Lord Shiva Temples - Andhra Pradesh - South India) - The Pancharama Kshetras or the Pancharamas are five ancient Hindu temples of Lord Shiva situated in Andhra Pradesh. According to legend, these five pieces were installed as Sivalingas at five different temples by Indra, Surya, Chandra, Vishnu and Kumara Swamy at the respective places. These are typically visited ex-Rajahmudry / Vijayawada / Kakinada. 


Panchabhoota Stalam
(5 Lord Shiva Temples - Andhra Pradesh / Tamil Nadu - South India) - Pancha Bhoota Stalam refers to the five Lord Shiva temples each representing one of the five elements of nature i.e. land, water, air, sky, fire. These typically visited ex-Chennai. 


Arupadaiveedu Circuit
(6 Lord Murugan Temples - Tamil Nadu - South India) - The six most sacred abodes of Hindu god Lord Murugan called as "Aarupadaiveedu".  They are spread all over Tamilnadu and visited as part of a circuit ex-Chennai. 


Navagraha Circuit
(Navagraha Temples around Kumbakonam - Tamil Nadu - South India) - Navagrahas simply mean nine planets and there are nine temple located in Tamil Nadu representing each. All nine of them are located within a 60 kms radius around Kumbakonam in Thanjavur district. Planets and temple combination are listed as under. These can be covered within 2 days ex-Kumbakonam


Navatirupathi Circuit
(Nine Lord Vishnu Temples around Tuticorin - Tamil Nadu - South India) - There are 9 Lord Vishnu temples within 50 kms radius of Tuticorin referred to as Navathirupathi and visited as a circuit. Temples are located on or just off the Tiruchendur – Thirunelveli road.


Nau Deviyan Circuit
(Nine Devi Temples in North India) - Nau Deviyan Pilgrimage Circuit is a popular Hindu pilgrimage circuit covering 9 major Devi temples in North India. Some of these temples are believed to be Shaktipeetha Temples as well and are all renowned regional pilgrimages


email on pilgrimage@nivalink.co.in for recommendations / customised pilgrimage itinerary and we will get back with a firm cost estimate

 


Mahaganapati Ranjangaon (August 2007) - One of the 8 Ashtavinayak Temples

Lord Krishna Pilgrimages in India

Krishna Pilgrimage Centres refers to temples that are important and must visit for a Krishna devotee.


North and Western India

Rajasthan

Gujarat

  • Dwarka (Dwarkadhish Temple, Beyt Dwarka)

Uttar Pradesh


South India

Kerala

  • Varkala (Janardhana Swamy Temple)


For further information, travel planning advisory and reservations email: pilgrimage@nivalink.co.in 


Dwarkadhish Temple (March 2013)

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