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Nageshwar - Mohankheda - Mandavgad - Makshi - Ujjain - Indore - Vahi Tirth package

 

Nageshwar - Mohankheda - Mandavgad - Makshi - Ujjain - Indore - Vahi Tirth package; Overview

Holidaytravel.co offers you to plan your holiday as jain tirth yatra in India and we design a good package for you to make comfort tirth yatra with best tourist guide. In this tour package you will cover the famous and visited temples of  Madhya Pradesh as well as Rajasthan which includes Bhagawan Vahi Parshvanath in Mandsor, Mahakaleshwar Jyotirlinga, Bada Ganeshji ka Mandir, Shri Avanti Parshwanath Tirth, Shri Mahaveer Tapobhoomi Siddha Kshetra in Ujjain,  Shri Mohankheda jain temple, Mandavgarh temple in Mandaw, Gomatgiri temple, Hinkargiri Jain Temple, Kaanch mandir in Indore, Bhagawan Parshwanatha jain temple, Bhagawan Suparshwanatha temple in Maksi and Shwetamber Nageshwar Parshwanath temple in Jhalawar Rajasthan. Package is well designed and suited for Families with Kids and holiday makers


               Nageshwar

                                        (Jain Shwetamber Nageshwar Parshwanath temple)

 

 

Why you must book this package

You must book this package to worship god Parshavnath and to take a great admire knowledge of Jain religious. There is a number of famous Jain temple in India which is visited by Jainism for their feast and these temples are located strategically at a place where the positive energy is abundantly main idol is placed in the core center of the temple. In this tour you will visit to famous temple of all over Madhya Pradesh and worship the admire temple of Jain. There is a huge crowd collected from India to celebrate the famous occasion which is Mahavir jayanti.

 

 

Nageshwar - Mohankheda - Mandavgad - Makshi - Indore - Ujjain Tirth package: Rates & Hotels

7 Nights Package Cost Per Person
Hotel City Peak Season (Oct - Mar) Off Season (Apr - Sep)
Mohankheda Dharamshala Mohankheda Rs.14,999 Rs.12,999
Hotel Mittal Avenue Ujjain
Temple Dharamshala Jhalawar
Hotel Malwa Retreat  Mandu
Hotel Jainpath Maksi
Monarch Hotel Indore
Highway Treat Mandsor

 

Package Inclusion:

  • Accommodation for 7 nights in AC room
  • Private Taxi for 8 days
  • Breakfast 
  • All toll taxes & Parking
  • All Taxes

 

 

Nageshwar - Mohankheda - Mandavgad - Makshi - Ujjain - Indore - Vahi Tirth package: Itinerary

Day 01: Arrived at Mandsour and visit Vahi tirth (16km/ ½ hour)

Arrived at Mandsour railway station and meet with our representative and they will transfer you to Hotel. After freshen up and get ready you will visit to Vahi tirth which 16 km far away from Mandsor. After darshan of Bhagawan Vahi Parshvanath and having lunch in Bhojanshala of temple, in the evening visit vahi dharamshala for rest and Overnight stay with dinner in Mandsor.

 

Bhagawan Vahi Parshvanath: The temple of Shri Vahi Teerth houses the idol of Bhagwan Vahi Parshvanatha. The shrine has been marvelously decorated with striking intricate designs that infatuates the pilgrims. It reflects the artistic and creative skills of the craftsmen of the ancient period. It is situated 16 KM away from Mandsor. This place constructed with the blessing and inspirations from Acharya Shree Kalyan Sagar ji Maharaj.

 

 

Day 02: Mandsour to Ujjain (150.2 km/3 hrs)

After breakfast you will proceed for Ujjain and visit the famous tirth temples which are Mahakaleshwar jyotirlinga, Bade ganesh ji ka mandir, Shri Avanti Pars Ahwanath Tirth, Shri Mahaveer Tapobhoomi Siddha Kshetra. In the evening back to hotel overnight stay in Ujjain.

 

Mahakaleshwar Jyotirlinga: One of the 12 Jyotirlingas in India,most famous Hindu temples dedicated to Lord Shiva and is one of the twelve Jyotirlingams, which are supposed to be the most sacred abodes of Lord Shiva The idol of Omkareshwar Mahadev is consecrated in the sanctum above the Mahakal shrine. The images of Ganesh, Parvati and Karttikeya are installed in the west, north and east of the sanctum sanctorum. To the south is the image of Nandi, the vehicle of Lord Shiva.On the day of Maha Shivaratri, a huge fair is held near the temple, and worship goes on through the night.[9] In the precincts of the Mahakaleshwar temple is Shri Swapaneshwar Mahadev temple, where devotees pray to Shiva as Mahakaal, to realize the most important dreams of their lives

 

                 Mahakaleshwar Jyotirlinga

 

 

Bada Ganeshji ka Mandir:  Bada Ganeshji ka Mandir very much glorifies the city of Ujjain One of the most revered historical landmarks of Ujjain, Bada Ganpati temple is dedicated to the Hindu deity of Wisdom and Prosperity, 'Ganesha' and Bada Ganpati temple is situated near the reservoir of the Mahakaleshwar temple The place also harbors the only 'panchmukhi' (five-faced) statue of Lord 'Hanuman' inside it. Today, the temple is also a popular training center for imparting

 

Shri Avanti Parshwanath Tirth: The moolnayak idol of Shri Avanti Parshwanath Bhagwan sitted in Ardh-padmasan position is about 1.2 meter (4 feet) in height.Shri Avanti Sukumal, the son of Bhadra Sethani has acepted Jainism and attained Moksha being in the Santhara in the forest hereJain God Desc An ancient

 

Shri Mahaveer Tapobhoomi Siddha Kshetra: Bhagwan Mahavir did his deep meditation at this place. Muni Abhayghosh attained salvation from here as such this place is also a Siddha kshetra. It was here that Acharya Samantbhadra saluted a Shivling and an idol of Chandraprabhu bhagwan came out of it. This Mahaveer Tapobhumi tirth has already had the Pachkalayanak Pritistha of 21 feet long standing statue of Bhagwan Mahavir.

 

 

Day 03: Ujjain to Mohankheda (135km/3hrs)

After breakfast you will proceed for Shri Mohankheda jain temple which is 135km away from Ujjain.  After darshan of Shri Mohankheda jain temple you will visit to Bhojanshala for dinner. Overnight stay in Mohankheda jain Dharamshala 

 

Shri Mohankheda jain temple: Mohan Kheda is a Svetambara Jain tirth (pilgrimage place) located in the Dhar district of Madhya Pradesh in India. It was found by rajendrasuri. This tirth has a 16-foot-tall (4.9 m) statue of the first Tirthankara & a fair is held here every year on the fifteenth day of the bright half of the month of Kartika, the month of Chaitra and the seventh day of the bright half of the month of Pausha and Bhojanshala are available for devotee and Dharamshala for rest.

 

 

Day 04: Mohankheda to Mandavgarh tirth (84.4km)

After breakfast you will proceed for Mandavgarh temple which is 84.4km far away from Mohankheda jain temple which is famous jain temple and it is Shwetamber jain temple. After darshan you will visit temple’s dharamshala for rest and in the evening you will visit bhojanshala for dinner. Overnight stay in Mandavgarh  Dharamshala

 

Mandavgarh temple : The moolnayak idol of the temple made up of white stone of Shri Suparshwanath Bhagwan is in Padmasan position (mudra) and is 91,4 cms (3 feet) in height. The temple is present in a big campus in Mandavgarh fort situated on the peak high of Vindhya parvat. Every newcomer Jain family was provided with a gold coin & a brick at the time of his settling in this city. There are Huge dharamshala is present near the temple. Bhojanshalas are also available in the temple.

 

                Mandavgarh temple

 

 

 

Day 05: Mandavgarh temple to Indore (96.7 km 2.30hrs)

After reach Indore and having breakfast you will visit to the famous jain temple which includes Gomatgiri temple, Hinkargiri jain temple. After lunch in a nearest jain restaurant and later you will visit Kaanch mandir and Shri Rhinkargiri Jain Shwetamber. Overnight stay in Indore.

 

Gomatgiri temple:  Gomatgiri is a sacred place for the devotees belonging to the Jain religion. Located just 10 minute drive away from Indore airport,Jain shrine of worship,  Gomatgiri is a holy place for the Jain religion worshippers its houses a huge 21 feet statue of Lord Gomateshwar or Bahubali There are also 24 marble temples with shikars.The Gomateshwara statue that stands tall on the hill’s top is an imitation of the Bahubali statue that is present at Shrawangbegol. Opening & Closing :- All days of the week: 6:00 AM - 9:00 PM

 

Hinkargiri Jain Temple:  A largest Jain shrine of the Indore area located at Mangalagiri hill The shrine also provides shelter to the devotees. The peaceful surroundings make the visit worth visiting.Visiting timing- 6:00 AM to 10:00 PM Open for all days of the week. Its architecture is beautiful and speaks a lot of the fabulous Jainism architecture of the earlier days

 

Kaanch mandir : The Kanch Mandir, as the name suggests, is a temple which is entirely made up of glass and mirrors. This beautiful temple is a sacred place among people of Jain religious community, as the idol of Lord Mahavira, who was the founder of Jainism, is the presiding deity in the temple.  Made from black onyx, the idol of Lord Mahavira is adorned with colourful glass beads. The temple is entirely made of glass including the walls, ceiling, floor, pillars and doors. Along with mirrors, patterned ceramic tiles are also used for decorating the temple

 

                Kaanch mandir

 

 

 

Day 06: Indore to Maksi (92 km/2:30 hrs)

After breakfast you will proceed for Maksi which is 92km far away from Indore dist. After reach you will visit famous jain temple which includes Bhagawan Parshwanatha jain temple, Bhagawan Suparshwanatha temple. Overnight stay in Maksi.

 

Bhagawan Parshwanatha jain temple:  Bhagawan Parshwanatha jain templeis also knopwn is Bada temple in which the principal deity are Lord Parsvanath, this is supposed to be more than 2500 Years old. According to archaeologists this temple is approximately 1000 Years old, built in the period of Parmars.

Timing at Bara Mandir (Big Temple) time for Digambars is 6 AM to 9 AM

 

 

Bhagawan Suparshwanatha temple:  Bhagawan Suparshwanatha temple is known as Chota temple there is a miraculous idol of Lord Suparsvanath installed in Year 1842.This temple is only for Digambers

 

 

Day 07: Maksi to Shwetamber Nageshwar Parshwanath temple, Jhalawar Rajasthan (188.2 km/4 hrs)

After breakfast you will proceed for Shwetamber Nageshwar Parshwanath temple which is 188.2km from Maksi. After reach you will visit Shwetamber Nageshwar Parshwanath temple and having lunch you will visit local temples of Jhalawar which includes Shwetamber Jain Temple. After having a lunch in a nearest restaurant you will visit Atishay Jain Temple. Overnight stay in Jhalawar

 

 Atishay Jain Temple: The Atishay Jain Temples 34 kilometre awayThis Jain Temple was built in the 17th century and is primarily known for its religious, historical, archaeological and architectural value from Jhalawar

 

                Atishay Jain Temple

 

 

 

Day 08: Departs from Shwetamber Nageshwar Parshwanath temple, Jhalawar Rajasthan

After enjoying the last breakfast in Jhalawar you will drop to Jhalawar railway station or bus station for happy and onwards journey. Tour end

 

 

 

About Jain Religious

Jainism traditionally known as Jain dharma, it is an ancient Indian religion that prescribes the path of  (non-violence) towards all living beings. Jains believe that  a human being who has conquered all inner passions comes to possess omniscience Jainism is a philosophy of eternity and Jains consider their religion to be eternal such a person is called a Jina. Jains beliefs holds that 24 historical figures have lived and taught Jain truths in this age. Of these figures, called Tirthankaras, only the last two can be historically verified with any confidence. The 23rd Tirthankara, Parshvanatha, is thought to have lived in the 7th century and founded a Jain community based on renunciation of the world.

Main teaching in jain religious

Ahinsā (Non-violence)

Non-attachment

Jīva (soul)

Soul and Karma

 

 

Best time to visit

Jainism traditionally known as Jain dharma, it is an ancient Indian religion that prescribes the path of (non-violence) towards all living beings. Jains believe that a human being who has conquered all inner passions comes to possess omniscience Jainism is a philosophy of eternity and Jains consider their religion to be eternal such a person is called a Jina.

 

 

 

How to reach Mandsor

By Air: Mandsaur does not have an airport. Nearest airport is Dabok Airport Udaipur which is 145 km from Mandsaur. Indore Airport is also near to Mandsaur that is 165 km.

 

By Train: You can easily get regular trains to Mandsaur from other major cities of the country.

 

 

By Road: There are regular buses from other major cities of the country to Mandsaur.

 

 

 

Pure Veg Food Provided in the Package

Jain objections to the eating of meat, fish and eggs are based on the principle of non-violence so we will provide pure veg food in this package and jain food on request. The Jain cuisine is completely vegetarian and also excludes onions, potatoes, brinjals (eggplants) and garlic, similar to the shojin-ryori Buddhist cuisine of Japan. Holidaytravel.co will provide you any type food on special request before confirm the package.

 



Nageshwar - Mohankheda - Mandavgad - Makshi - Indore - Ujjain Tirth package: Rates & Hotels

7 Nights Package Cost Per Person
Hotel City Peak Season (Oct - Mar) Off Season (Apr - Sep)
Mohankheda Dharamshala Mohankheda Rs.14,999 Rs.12,999
Hotel Mittal Avenue Ujjain
Temple Dharamshala Jhalawar
Hotel Malwa Retreat  Mandu
Hotel Jainpath Maksi
Monarch Hotel Indore
Highway Treat Mandsor

 

Package Inclusion:

  • Accommodation for 7 nights in AC room
  • Private Taxi for 8 days
  • Breakfast 
  • All toll taxes & Parking
  • All Taxes



Nageshwar - Mohankheda - Mandavgad - Makshi - Indore - Ujjain Tirth package: Rates & Hotels

7 Nights Package Cost Per Person
Hotel City Peak Season (Oct - Mar) Off Season (Apr - Sep)
Mohankheda Dharamshala Mohankheda Rs.14,999 Rs.12,999
Hotel Mittal Avenue Ujjain
Temple Dharamshala Jhalawar
Hotel Malwa Retreat  Mandu
Hotel Jainpath Maksi
Monarch Hotel Indore
Highway Treat Mandsor

 

Package Inclusion:

  • Accommodation for 7 nights in AC room
  • Private Taxi for 8 days
  • Breakfast 
  • All toll taxes & Parking
  • All Taxes

 

Nageshwar - Mohankheda - Mandavgad - Makshi - Ujjain - Indore - Vahi Tirth package: Itinerary

Day 01: Arrived at Mandsour and visit Vahi tirth (16km/ ½ hour)

Arrived at Mandsour railway station and meet with our representative and they will transfer you to Hotel. After freshen up and get ready you will visit to Vahi tirth which 16 km far away from Mandsor. After darshan of Bhagawan Vahi Parshvanath and having lunch in Bhojanshala of temple, in the evening visit vahi dharamshala for rest and Overnight stay with dinner in Mandsor.

 

Bhagawan Vahi Parshvanath: The temple of Shri Vahi Teerth houses the idol of Bhagwan Vahi Parshvanatha. The shrine has been marvelously decorated with striking intricate designs that infatuates the pilgrims. It reflects the artistic and creative skills of the craftsmen of the ancient period. It is situated 16 KM away from Mandsor. This place constructed with the blessing and inspirations from Acharya Shree Kalyan Sagar ji Maharaj.

 

 

Day 02: Mandsour to Ujjain (150.2 km/3 hrs)

After breakfast you will proceed for Ujjain and visit the famous tirth temples which are Mahakaleshwar jyotirlinga, Bade ganesh ji ka mandir, Shri Avanti Pars Ahwanath Tirth, Shri Mahaveer Tapobhoomi Siddha Kshetra. In the evening back to hotel overnight stay in Ujjain.

 

Mahakaleshwar Jyotirlinga: One of the 12 Jyotirlingas in India,most famous Hindu temples dedicated to Lord Shiva and is one of the twelve Jyotirlingams, which are supposed to be the most sacred abodes of Lord Shiva The idol of Omkareshwar Mahadev is consecrated in the sanctum above the Mahakal shrine. The images of Ganesh, Parvati and Karttikeya are installed in the west, north and east of the sanctum sanctorum. To the south is the image of Nandi, the vehicle of Lord Shiva.On the day of Maha Shivaratri, a huge fair is held near the temple, and worship goes on through the night.[9] In the precincts of the Mahakaleshwar temple is Shri Swapaneshwar Mahadev temple, where devotees pray to Shiva as Mahakaal, to realize the most important dreams of their lives

 

                 Mahakaleshwar Jyotirlinga

 

 

Bada Ganeshji ka Mandir:  Bada Ganeshji ka Mandir very much glorifies the city of Ujjain One of the most revered historical landmarks of Ujjain, Bada Ganpati temple is dedicated to the Hindu deity of Wisdom and Prosperity, 'Ganesha' and Bada Ganpati temple is situated near the reservoir of the Mahakaleshwar temple The place also harbors the only 'panchmukhi' (five-faced) statue of Lord 'Hanuman' inside it. Today, the temple is also a popular training center for imparting

 

Shri Avanti Parshwanath Tirth: The moolnayak idol of Shri Avanti Parshwanath Bhagwan sitted in Ardh-padmasan position is about 1.2 meter (4 feet) in height.Shri Avanti Sukumal, the son of Bhadra Sethani has acepted Jainism and attained Moksha being in the Santhara in the forest hereJain God Desc An ancient

 

Shri Mahaveer Tapobhoomi Siddha Kshetra: Bhagwan Mahavir did his deep meditation at this place. Muni Abhayghosh attained salvation from here as such this place is also a Siddha kshetra. It was here that Acharya Samantbhadra saluted a Shivling and an idol of Chandraprabhu bhagwan came out of it. This Mahaveer Tapobhumi tirth has already had the Pachkalayanak Pritistha of 21 feet long standing statue of Bhagwan Mahavir.

 

 

Day 03: Ujjain to Mohankheda (135km/3hrs)

After breakfast you will proceed for Shri Mohankheda jain temple which is 135km away from Ujjain.  After darshan of Shri Mohankheda jain temple you will visit to Bhojanshala for dinner. Overnight stay in Mohankheda jain Dharamshala 

 

Shri Mohankheda jain temple: Mohan Kheda is a Svetambara Jain tirth (pilgrimage place) located in the Dhar district of Madhya Pradesh in India. It was found by rajendrasuri. This tirth has a 16-foot-tall (4.9 m) statue of the first Tirthankara & a fair is held here every year on the fifteenth day of the bright half of the month of Kartika, the month of Chaitra and the seventh day of the bright half of the month of Pausha and Bhojanshala are available for devotee and Dharamshala for rest.

 

 

Day 04: Mohankheda to Mandavgarh tirth (84.4km)

After breakfast you will proceed for Mandavgarh temple which is 84.4km far away from Mohankheda jain temple which is famous jain temple and it is Shwetamber jain temple. After darshan you will visit temple’s dharamshala for rest and in the evening you will visit bhojanshala for dinner. Overnight stay in Mandavgarh  Dharamshala

 

Mandavgarh temple : The moolnayak idol of the temple made up of white stone of Shri Suparshwanath Bhagwan is in Padmasan position (mudra) and is 91,4 cms (3 feet) in height. The temple is present in a big campus in Mandavgarh fort situated on the peak high of Vindhya parvat. Every newcomer Jain family was provided with a gold coin & a brick at the time of his settling in this city. There are Huge dharamshala is present near the temple. Bhojanshalas are also available in the temple.

 

                Mandavgarh temple

 

 

 

Day 05: Mandavgarh temple to Indore (96.7 km 2.30hrs)

After reach Indore and having breakfast you will visit to the famous jain temple which includes Gomatgiri temple, Hinkargiri jain temple. After lunch in a nearest jain restaurant and later you will visit Kaanch mandir and Shri Rhinkargiri Jain Shwetamber. Overnight stay in Indore.

 

Gomatgiri temple:  Gomatgiri is a sacred place for the devotees belonging to the Jain religion. Located just 10 minute drive away from Indore airport,Jain shrine of worship,  Gomatgiri is a holy place for the Jain religion worshippers its houses a huge 21 feet statue of Lord Gomateshwar or Bahubali There are also 24 marble temples with shikars.The Gomateshwara statue that stands tall on the hill’s top is an imitation of the Bahubali statue that is present at Shrawangbegol. Opening & Closing :- All days of the week: 6:00 AM - 9:00 PM

 

Hinkargiri Jain Temple:  A largest Jain shrine of the Indore area located at Mangalagiri hill The shrine also provides shelter to the devotees. The peaceful surroundings make the visit worth visiting.Visiting timing- 6:00 AM to 10:00 PM Open for all days of the week. Its architecture is beautiful and speaks a lot of the fabulous Jainism architecture of the earlier days

 

Kaanch mandir : The Kanch Mandir, as the name suggests, is a temple which is entirely made up of glass and mirrors. This beautiful temple is a sacred place among people of Jain religious community, as the idol of Lord Mahavira, who was the founder of Jainism, is the presiding deity in the temple.  Made from black onyx, the idol of Lord Mahavira is adorned with colourful glass beads. The temple is entirely made of glass including the walls, ceiling, floor, pillars and doors. Along with mirrors, patterned ceramic tiles are also used for decorating the temple

 

                Kaanch mandir

 

 

 

Day 06: Indore to Maksi (92 km/2:30 hrs)

After breakfast you will proceed for Maksi which is 92km far away from Indore dist. After reach you will visit famous jain temple which includes Bhagawan Parshwanatha jain temple, Bhagawan Suparshwanatha temple. Overnight stay in Maksi.

 

Bhagawan Parshwanatha jain temple:  Bhagawan Parshwanatha jain templeis also knopwn is Bada temple in which the principal deity are Lord Parsvanath, this is supposed to be more than 2500 Years old. According to archaeologists this temple is approximately 1000 Years old, built in the period of Parmars.

Timing at Bara Mandir (Big Temple) time for Digambars is 6 AM to 9 AM

 

 

Bhagawan Suparshwanatha temple:  Bhagawan Suparshwanatha temple is known as Chota temple there is a miraculous idol of Lord Suparsvanath installed in Year 1842.This temple is only for Digambers

 

 

Day 07: Maksi to Shwetamber Nageshwar Parshwanath temple, Jhalawar Rajasthan (188.2 km/4 hrs)

After breakfast you will proceed for Shwetamber Nageshwar Parshwanath temple which is 188.2km from Maksi. After reach you will visit Shwetamber Nageshwar Parshwanath temple and having lunch you will visit local temples of Jhalawar which includes Shwetamber Jain Temple. After having a lunch in a nearest restaurant you will visit Atishay Jain Temple. Overnight stay in Jhalawar

 

 Atishay Jain Temple: The Atishay Jain Temples 34 kilometre awayThis Jain Temple was built in the 17th century and is primarily known for its religious, historical, archaeological and architectural value from Jhalawar

 

                Atishay Jain Temple

 

 

 

Day 08: Departs from Shwetamber Nageshwar Parshwanath temple, Jhalawar Rajasthan

After enjoying the last breakfast in Jhalawar you will drop to Jhalawar railway station or bus station for happy and onwards journey. Tour end

Nageshwar - Mohankheda - Mandavgad - Makshi - Indore - Ujjain Tirth package: Rates & Hotels

7 Nights Package Cost Per Person
Hotel City Peak Season (Oct - Mar) Off Season (Apr - Sep)
Mohankheda Dharamshala Mohankheda Rs.14,999 Rs.12,999
Hotel Mittal Avenue Ujjain
Temple Dharamshala Jhalawar
Hotel Malwa Retreat  Mandu
Hotel Jainpath Maksi
Monarch Hotel Indore
Highway Treat Mandsor

 

Package Inclusion:

  • Accommodation for 7 nights in AC room
  • Private Taxi for 8 days
  • Breakfast 
  • All toll taxes & Parking
  • All Taxes

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