Looking for Shaktipeeth Visit In Himachal Pradesh? Book Shaktipeeth Devi Darshan Tour Package for 2N/3D by Planmans’. Explore all the religious temples including Kangra, Naina Devi, ChamundaJi and Jawalamukhi, etc.
Himachal also Known as Devbhoomi is home to tens of goddesses' temples and shaktipeeth. This Devi Darshan Tour package is specially designed for Devotees of Mata Rani Covering all Shaktipeeth of Himachal Pradesh.
Meals other than those mentioned in the package includes.
Personal expenses such as tips, telephone calls, laundry, etc
Activities and entrance fees during sightseeing
Start your profound excursion by the Devi Darshan Yatra as a rule begins by visiting Mata Chintpurni sanctuary first. Mata Chintpurni sanctuary is around 53 km from Una. On approach to the sanctuary, you can have your morning meal at Bombay Excursion Spot which serves great food.
On arriving at Chintpurni sanctuary have Darshan of Devi Mata Chintpurni Ji otherwise called Mata Shri Chhinnamastika Devi - the enemy of evil presence Nishumbha. It is accepted that the feet of Devi Sati fell here. In the event that anything is wished by the Devi with a genuine heart, the wish will be allowed. The focal point of the Sanctuary is the sanctuary Garbha Griha. Later continue for Jwala Ji sanctuary which is around 29 km from Chintpurni. Look for endowments from Jwala Ji Devi and continue for Kangra Devi (Brajeshwari Devi). The god (Maata Brajeshwari) sits under a silver arch with silver umbrellas. Devi Sati's burned bosoms fall here. Overnight stay at lodging in Kangra or Chamunda Devi. Arrive at Chamunda Devi sanctuary which is devoted to Goddess Durga or Chamunda and go for Devi Mata Ji's darshan. The environmental factors of the cover give a superb setting to reflect petitions and profound fulfillment. The 700 years of age sanctuary, Chamunda Devi includes a huge complex with a Kund (lake) in it. There is a cavern-like scoop situated at the rear of the sanctuary, addressing the stone lingam (the epitome of Shiva). We can take you for a touring visit through Dharamshala and Mcleodganj then, at that point continue for Una. On approach to Una visit the renowned Baghla Mukhi sanctuary. Bagalamukhi Devi is one of the ten Hindu Goddesses of Force. It's difficult abatements the force of the adversary, yet in addition, makes an environment where they become vulnerable. The name Bagalamukhi has come from the word Bagala and Mukha which mean harness and face, individually. Consequently, etymologically, the name means 'one whose face has the ability to run the show. Overnight stay in the inn. Post breakfast continues for Mata Naina Devi sanctuary which is around 63 km from Una. On approach to Naina Devi sanctuary, you can have a captivating perspective on Bhakhra Nangal Dam and Govind Sagar Lake-(Asia's Biggest Man Made Lake). Subsequent to arriving at Naina Devi look for gifts from Mata Ji. The sanctuary is one of the shaktipeeths where Devi Sati's eyes fell. In the evening return back to Una. Afterward, continue to Una rail line station or Chandigarh as per necessities for the forward venture. Visit closes.