Jyotirlinga Tour Packages
It is a widely known fact that Lord Shiva had manifested himself in the form of a Shiva Linga during the night of Aridra Nakshatra.
सौराष्ट्रे सोमनाथं च श्रीशैले मल्लिकार्जुनम्। :उज्जयिन्यां महाकालमोङ्कारममलेश्वरम्॥1॥
परल्यां वैद्यनाथं च डाकिन्यां भीमशङ्करम्।:सेतुबन्धे तु रामेशं नागेशं दारुकावने॥2॥
वाराणस्यां तु विश्वेशं त्र्यम्बकं गौतमीतटे।:हिमालये तु केदारं घृष्णेशं च शिवालये॥3॥
एतानि ज्योतिर्लिङ्गानि सायं प्रात: पठेन्नर:।:सप्तजन्मकृतं पापं स्मरणेन विनश्यति॥4॥
Just when you thought what can be holier than Shivlinga, the corporeal embodiment of Shiva’s numinous energy, arrives the words reverberating from Shiv Mahapurana that cite Jyotirlinga as the supreme manifestation of the endless and beginningless nature of Shiva. It is believed that Shiva dwells supreme at each of these spots, in the most powerful of His forms as radiant iridescence. The spiritually advanced of the devotees are said to be able to see the continual emission of white light from these Jyotirlinga.
Indian soil is blessed to be housing twelve Jyotirlinga in her sacred terrains. Having darshan of at least one of them is said to be a matter of utmost spiritual delight. Imagine the blessed souls who are called upon to embark on a pilgrimage to all of them. Whether you want to immerse in the spiritual potency evoked by each of the Jyotirlinga strewn across the vast contours of the land, or pay visit to 9, 7 or 5 of them, or just want to visit the more renowned of the Jyotirlingas at Srisailam, Kedarnath, Somnath or Rameswaram, we have the perfect pilgrimage package for you to indulge your spiritual yearnings in!
|1. Somnath||Prabhasapattan, near Veraval, Sourashtra, Gujarat|
|2. Mallikarjun||Shrishailya, Andhra Pradesh|
|3. Mahankal||Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh|
|4. Omkar / Amaleshwar||Omkar, Mandhata, Madhya Pradesh|
|6. Bhimashankar||Dakini region, Taluka Khed, District Pune, Maharashtra|
|7. Vishveshwar||Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh|
|8. Tryambakeshwar||Near Nashik, Maharashtra|
|9. Vaidyanath (Vaijanath) (Note 1)||Parli, District Beed, Maharashtra|
|10. Nagesh (Nagnath) (Note 2)||Darukavan, Oundh, District Hingoli, Maharashtra|
|11. Rameshwaram||Setubandh, near Kanyakumari, Tamilnadu|
|12. Ghrushneshwar (Ghrushnesh)||Verul, District Aurangabad, Maharashtra|