Jyotirlinga is a devotional representation of Devadi Deva, Mahadev or Lord Shiva. Jyotirlinga literally means "The Radiant symbol of the Almighty", so it is the resplendent flame of the almighty solidified to make the worship of it simple. As per Puranas, there are a total of 64 Jyotirlingas, spread around the landscape of India and Nepal. However, 12 Jyotirlingas are presumed to be very auspicious and highly revered among them.
These Jyotirlingas are positioned in eight states of India, Somnath and Nageshwram are in Gujarat, Bhimashankar, Trimbakeshwar and Grishneshwar are in Maharashtra, Rameshworam is in Tamilnadu, Mallikarjun is in Andhra Pradesh, Mahakaleshwar and Omkareshwar are in Madhya Pradesh, Kedarnath is in Uttarakhand, Baidyanath is in Jharkhand and Kashi Vishwanath is in Uttar Pradesh. Visiting Jyotirlingas is an important pilgrimage that wades off all the sins and makes the soul sacrosanct and pure and believed that wishes are fulfilled. Thus, these most sacred sites of Lord Shiva are visited by his devotees in huge numbers every year.
The itinerary crafted by Visit Kailash team is the most comprehensive itinerary for Ekadasha Jyotirlinga Darshan. Along with 11 sacred Jyotirlingas this Yatra also includes some other most important pilgrimage sites of India such as Puri Jagannath, Tirupati Balaji, Kanchipuram, Dwarka, Gangasagar etc. This sacred journey of a lifetime also provides you an ample opportunity to receive Lord Shiva's blessing and experience diverse Indian culture and hospitality.
Day 1: Arrival Mumbai
Day 2-6: On Yatra: Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh
Day 7-10: On Yatra: Gujrat
Day 11-16: On Yatra: Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana
Day 17-18: On Yatra: Odisha
Day 19-22: On Yatra: West Bengal, Jharkhand and Utter Pradesh
Day 23: Back to Mumbai
Day 24: Departure for home
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