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Nashik Kumbh Mela Tour Package

 

KUMBH MELA NASHIK - ACCOMODATION & PACKAGES

Holidaytravel.co provides clean and comfortable accommodation for Kumbh Mela pilgrims, domestic, national, international travelers as well as tourist. Prayag Kumbh Camp is a most appealing Kumbh Camp in Nasik. We are proud to have maximum number of check in of foreign tourist visiting a Kumbh Mela 2013 at Allahabad. The rooms are tasteful, clean and comfortable above all and ensure a comfortable stay with friendly service at affordable price. The facilities provided are 24 hours room service.
The USP of our cottages is that they are all Eco-friendly, fully secured, Fire resistant, water proof, Lockable & can cope-up with adverse natural situations like storm, Earthquake etc.

 

Shirdi - Nashik Tour Package from Pune

 

Shirdi - Nashik Tour Package: Overview

A sacred journey to ascertain our beliefs, a pilgrimage to the Shirdi helps to rediscover our self and renew our faith in the almighty. The journey is for all those who have faith in God irrespective of them being Hindu or Muslims. Pledge a sacred journey to get the blessings of the Sacred Saint of Shirdi. Sai Baba, as he is popularly known is an epitome of faith and belief of both Hindu and Muslim religion. The Darshan of Sacred Saint of Shirdi Package is an honest attempt by www.holidaytravel.co to take you to the religious journey covering Sai Baba Temple of Shirdi, Shani Singnapur and Trayambakeswar Jyotirling.

 

                

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Duration                 - 2 Nights / 3 Days

No. of pax               - 02

No. of Nts.              - 02 (2 Nights Shirdi)

Hotel Name             - Hotel Shaish Shirdi

 

Shirdi - Nashik Tour Package : Rate

Total Package Cost For Per Couple -Rs.13,200/-

 

Hotel Category

Hotel Name

Rate Per Couple (INR)

2 star

Hotel Shaish

13,200

3 star

Hotel Matrix Inn

14,500

4 star

St Laurn Meditation & Spa

16,000

 

Shirdi - Nashik Tour Package Itinerary: -

Day 1: Pune  to Shirdi  (4 hours 9 min / 200.5 km)

Early morning you will proceed to Shirdi that is 200 kms from pune and after arrive shirdi check in to Hotel and proceed for Shirdi Temple Darshan and other local Temple darshan. Overnight stay at Shirdi

 

Day 2: Shirdi to Nashik (1.5 hours / 87 kms)

After post breakfast, you will transfer to Nashik for Ishnaan. After whole day spend on Nashik you will back to Shirdi again and overnight stay at hotel.

 

Day 3: Shirdi to Pune via shani shingnapur

On last day after breakfast checkout from Hotel and proceed for Pune via shani shingnapur and at evening we will drop you to pune.

 

                      

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Package Inclusion:

All Taxes

A/c Vehicle, Toll Taxes, Parking charges

2 star Accommodation with Breakfast

Sightseeing of Shirdi and Nashik

Return Taxi transfer from Pune

 

Festivals in Shirdi

The three prominent festivals celebrated in the temple premises are Ramnavami (March/April), Guru Purnima (July) and Vijayadashami (September).These festivals are marked by the special pujas(prayers)  lively sacred chariot processions and devotional music performances in form of “Bajans and Qwalis”.

 

Restaurants during the journey

Shirdi is the holy town and the hotels and the restaurants in the town offer the pure vegetarian food. For experiencing the traditional “Indian Cusine” one can opt for the Thali in “Rajdhani” (MFTINR600).The servers in the traditional attire offers the authentic unlimited Indian Rajasthani and Gujarati delicacies. They serve it with buttermilk, snacks curries, sweets and variety of Indian breads and rice preparations. However visiting devotes usually opt for having the food at the “Prasadalya”(INR100)at the main temple complex itself. More than being economical it is considered as the Prasad or blessing in form of the food.

Mumbai is the gourmet city. Each location is mushroomed by the eateries, fine dining and international food chain. In Andheri one can heed to “5 Spice” for Indian and Chinese cuisine. “Ghajalli” is known for its coastal cuisine .One can have great Chinese food at Mainland China.Try the Chinese buffet at lunch in Mainland China(MFT:INR800). The dessert Honey noodle with vanilla ice cream tends to be the personal favorite.

 

Places to visit in Shirdi

Sai Baba Temple

Sai Baba Temple is the complex of main shrine, “Prasad counters” called “Prasadalay”, canteen, hospital along with Railway reservation counter. Spread over 200sqmt it has evolved into a system of its own which overlooks the smooth functioning of all the aspect of the temple. The area around the temple has flourished with the small businesses of souvenirs and eateries. There are many types religious rituals in form of Aartis, Abhisheks and Pujas.

The devotees can perform these rituals according to their faith, belief and capacity. Though, a regular Darshan (Audience with the deities Sculpture) with clean heart and pure mind can bring solace and contentment in oneself.

 

Shani Shingnapur

Devoted to the Hindu God of Saturn, Shani Singnapur has become the must visit trend after the visit of Sai BabaTemple in Shirdi. It is located at about 76km from Shirdi and 35km from Ahemednagar.Highly regarded as the powerful God who can make and break things and events in life of its followers; Shanidev ji has gained its immense popularity in last decade. The small village of Singnapur near Ahmednagar is known for its no lock policy in the village due to the zero crime rates. It is interesting to note that a branch of the bank has gone against the norms and opened the lockless locker in the village.The shrine in main temple is 5ft plus black rock and is worshipped by Hindu male devotees with the mustard oil and black sesame seeds in a prescribed dress code.

 

                       

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Traymbeksewar Jyotirling

Trayambakeswar Jyotirling is one of the12 Jyotirling of Lord Shiva. Situated 114 km away from Shirdi and about an hour drive from Nasik, it is the most religious place of Hindu worship. The ancient temple complex has a courtyard which is centered by the main temple housing the holy shrine. The path to the temple is lined by the small shops selling sweet, local fast food and souvenirs.


Nashik PRAYAG KUMBH CAMP

The Kumbh Camp is a conglomeration of different types of cottages set up by the Prayag Heritage (P) Ltd. offering comfortable accommodation with great facilities to the guests during the Maha Kumbh Mela.We will be setting up our Prayag Kumbh camp at nearest & suitable place, while choosing the location we have taken into consideration important factors like Security, Connectivity from Important Roads/kumbh Mela ground & Markets. 

"Prayag Heritage (P) Ltd" is also setting up cottage/Ashrams & provided similar services to our honorable religious math's or organization like Ganga Sena Samiti, Shri Shri 1008 Shri Anand Giri Ji Maharaj (Mahant Late Hanumanji, Sangam, Allahabad), Ashram of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi Ji, Arail, Naini Allahabad etc during the auspicious occasion of Kumbh at Nashik

Prayag Kumbh Camp
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DINNING at Kumbh Mela Nashik

The Prayag Kumbh Camp offers vegetarian or 'satvik' dining facilities with various options to choose from such as international (continental, Chinese) and regional cuisines (Gujrati, South India and other Indian cuisines). There is also a 24 hours tea/coffe lounge.


OTHER FACILITIES ay Kumbj Mela nashik

Other facilities offered at the prayag Kumbh Camp include guided visits to the shrine, first aid camp, Escorted walks to nearby areas, Daily "Godavari River" Bath with escorts, Ayurvedic massage and SPA centre on demand. The camp also organizes escorted tours to various places on demand. Along with excellent accommodation and dining facilities, The Prayag Kumbh Camp offers a variety of activities to its guests. During their stay at the camp, guests can enjoy an enchanting cultural evening with folk dances, and Bhajan and Kirtan every day. Pre & Post Maha Kumbha Mela, guests can cover the nearby religious spots. The Prayag Kumbh Camp makes all arrangement for excursions to nearby places, guests just need to do is to choose their preferred recreational activity or nearby destination. 


KUMBH MELA NASIK 2015-Rates-dates of ACCOMMODATION

Type of Accommodation    Occupancy Per Room    Tariff/Cottage/Night
During Non-Shahi Snan    During Shahi Snan
(*Minimum 4 Nights Stay Mandatory.)
Without Meal    With Meal
(B/F, Lunch & Dinner)    Without Meal    With Meal
(B/F, Lunch & Dinner)

 

PREMIUM    02    INR. 10900/-
for 2 person/Night    INR. 12200/-
for 2 person/Night    INR. 14900/-
for 2 person/Night    INR. 16200/-
for 2 person/Night

 

DELUXE    02    INR. 7900/-
for 2 person/Night    INR. 9200/-
for 2 person/Night    INR. 11900/-
for 2 person/Night    INR. 13200/-
for 2 person/Night

 

DELUXE-FAMILY    04    INR. 11900/-
for 4 person/Night    INR. 14500/-
for 4 person/Night    INR. 16900/-
for 4 person/Night    INR. 19500/-
for 4 person/Night

 

ECONOMY    02    INR. 5900/-
for 2 person/Night    INR. 7200/-
for 2 person/Night    INR. 8900/-
for 2 person/Night    INR. 10200/-
for 2 person/Night

 

ECONOMY-FAMILY    04    INR. 7900/-
for 4 person/Night    INR. 10500/-
for 4 person/Night    INR. 12900/-
for 4 person/Night    INR. 15500/-
for 4 person/Night

 

BUDGET    02    INR. 3500/-
For 2 person/Night    INR. 4800/-
For 2 person/Night    INR. 5200/-
For 2 person/Night    INR. 6500/-
For 2 person/Night

 

DORMITORY-FEMALE    10    INR. 1090/-
For 1 Bed/Night    INR. 1740/-
For 1 Bed/Night    INR. 1590/-
For 1 Bed/Night    INR. 2240/-
For 1 Bed/Night

 

DORMITORY-MALE    10    INR. 1090/-
For 1 Bed/Night    INR. 1740/-
For 1 Bed/Night    INR. 1590/-
For 1 Bed/Night    INR. 2240/-
For 1 Bed/Night

* Note :- To avoid traffic regulations & better cope with crowd of Millions, We strongly recommend you to plan for 4 days stay to take the bath on Important Bathing dates.

Rebate/Concession:- 
Rebates/Concession will be as follows on stay of number of days:
    1). Up to 4 Days-Nill.
    2). 5th to 10 th Days 20%.
    3). 11th to 15th Days 30%.
    4). 16th to 20 th Days 40%.
    5). More than 21 Days 50%. 

Extra Bed:- 
    Premium Rs 2000/Night/Bed.
    Deluxe Rs 1500/Night/Bed
    Economy Rs 1000/Night/Bed.


Child Policy :-
    1. Upto 7 years-If sharing with parents-complimentary.
    2. 07-12 years 50% of per person/per adult rate.
    3. 12 Years & above full adult per person rate.


Please Note:-
    1.The Above Tariff/Packages of Shahi Snan Days will apply Two Days Before & one Day after the all Shahi Snan Days.
    2. Pick up & Dropping charges Extra as per the number of person & vehicle Required.
    3. A Group of 10 or More will get 10% Rebate on all accommodation charges.
    4. Meals will be on demand -Rs. 650 /person/day for all meals (Breakfast,Lunch & Dinner).
    5. Taxes will be charged extra as applicable.
    6. Check In/Check Out Time :24 Hours. 


NASHIK KUMBH MELA - IMPORTANT DATES

 

14 July 2015 at Ram Kunda The flag hoisting of the main ceremony
19 Aug 2015 at Sadhugram The flag hoisting of the Akhara
26 August 2015 Shravan Shudha Pratham (First) Snan
29 August 2015 Shravan Sudha pornima (First Shahi Snan) 
13 September 2015 Bhadrapad Krushna Amavasya Dwitiya (Second Shahi Snan)
18 September 2015 Bhadrapad Rushipanchami Dwitiya (Third Shahi Snan)
25 September 2015 Bhadrapad Shukla Vaman Dwadashi Tritiya



 

ABOUT KUMBH MELA NASHIK


Kumbh Mela is celebrated at Trimbakeshwar in Nashik which is in Maharashtra. Trimbakeshwar is a holy town of Nasik as one of the twelve Jyotirlingas, Triyambakeshwar Jyotirlinga temple is situated there. Kumbh Mela in Nasik is celebrated once in every twelve years and is known as Sinhasta.
 

According to mythological stories and verses of epics the drops of Amrita or nectar fell at the Godavari River in Nasik when Lord Vishnu flew from earth to heaven after Samudra Manthan. That is the reason why the place is considered sacred and is of great importance amongst Hindus. In the lunar month of Magh when Sun and Jupiter are in Leo (Singh Rashi) zodiac sign Kumbh Mela is held at Trimbakeshwar in Nasik. The fair is celebrated with full passion and keenness in Nasik as one can evidence and about millions of pilgrims come here to wash away their sins in the holy river, Godavari. The two bathing ghats, Ramkund and Kushavarta holy reservoirs appreciate faith and belief of thousands of sadhus, holy men and millions of pilgrims as they take dips in holy River Godavari on the specific date and at specific time. As the administration is aware of the dates they start arranging accommodation facilities for the pilgrims who comes from all walks of life. The panorama of this festive season is worth watching.
 

NASIK KUMBH MELA DATES

As Kumbh Mela is celebrated in every twelve years in Nasik; last time it was celebrated in 2003, which resulted into an incredible festive season for the people of Maharashtra in particular and people of India in general. People get away from their routine schedules and experienced spiritual ecstasy during Kumbh days. In 2015, Nasik will again get an opportunity to host guests from every spot of the country and from all walks of life as Kumbh Mela will be held in Nasik from July 14 to 25 September.

 

Nasik Kumbh Mela- 2015-Special Bathing Dates


The flag hoisting of the main ceremony    14 July 2015 at Ram Kunda
The flag hoisting of the Akharas    14 Aug. 2015 at Sadhugram
Shravan Shudha Pratham (First) Snan    26 Aug. 2015
Shravan Sudha pornima (First Shahi Snan)    29 Aug. 2015 at Ram Kunda
Bhadrapad Krushna Amavasya Dwitiya (Second Shahi Snan)    13 Sept. 2015 (Main Bathing Day)
Bhadrapad Rushipanchami Dwitiya (Third Shahi Snan)    18 Sept. 2015
Bhadrapad Shukla Vaman Dwadashi Tritiya    25 Sept. 2015

 

Nashik Kumbh Mela - Excursions and Tours

Trimbakeshwar Temple

The village of Trimbak, 36 kms from Nashik, is famous for the Trimbakeshwar Temple and as the source of the Godavari River. Trimbakeshwar enshrines one of the 12 jyotirlingas dedicated to Shiva and this one is considered to be the main jyotirlinga. Legend has it that Guatam Rishi performed a rigorous ritual of prayer and penance or tapasya to Shiva on Brahmagiri Hill which rise above the present-day temple. Pleased with this devotion, Shiva is said to have blessed him and brought down to earth from heaven the sacred rivers of Ganga, Gautami and Godavari. This temple was built by late Mr. Odhekar, a knight serving with Peshwas. There are great processions
and utsav on Ramnavami, Dasara and Chaitra Padwa (Hindu new year day). The specialty of the temple is that it was built with black stones.It is said that anybody who visits Tryambakeshwar attains salvation. There is no sacred place like Tryambakeshwar, no river like Godavari, no mountain like Brahmagiri etc. The reasons for its being so sacred are - Godavari river originates in this place, its a place of Tri-Sandhya Gayatri, the birth place of Lord Ganesha, a place of the first Nath of Nath Sampradaya consisting of Gorakhnath and others, a place where Nivrittinath was made to imbibe the holy knowledge by his Guru Gahininath, a place where Nivrittinath made his brothers and sister attain the self by his preaching. This is the holiest place to perform Shraddha ceremony.

 

Ramkund

The village of Trimbak, 36 kms from Nashik, is famous for the Trimbakeshwar Temple and as the source of the Godavari River. Trimbakeshwar enshrines one of the 12 jyotirlingas dedicated to Shiva and this one is considered to be the main jyotirlinga. Legend has it that Guatam Rishi performed a rigorous ritual of prayer and penance or tapasya to Shiva on Brahmagiri Hill which rise above the present-day temple. Pleased with this devotion, Shiva is said to have blessed him and brought down to earth from heaven the sacred rivers of Ganga, Gautami and Godavari. This temple was built by late Mr. Odhekar, a knight serving with Peshwas. There are great processions
and utsav on Ramnavami, Dasara and Chaitra Padwa (Hindu new year day). The specialty of the temple is that it was built with black stones. It is said that anybody who visits Tryambakeshwar attains salvation. There is no sacred place like Tryambakeshwar, no river like Godavari, no mountain like Brahmagiri etc. The reasons for its being so sacred are - Godavari river originates in this place, its a place of Tri-Sandhya Gayatri, the birth place of Lord Ganesha, a place of the first Nath of Nath Sampradaya consisting of Gorakhnath and others, a place where Nivrittinath was made to imbibe the holy knowledge by his Guru Gahininath, a place where Nivrittinath made his brothers and sister attain the self by his preaching. This is the holiest place to perform Shraddha ceremony.

 

Godavari Ghat

Hindu Maha kumbh pilgrimage tample place in trimbkeshwar nasik/nashik mumbai.
    
The Godavari is the second longest river in India after the river Ganges. It starts in Maharashtra and flows for 1,465 kilometres (910 mi) into the Bay of Bengal via the states of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. It forms one of the largest river basins in India. 

Religious significance
The River is sacred to Hindus and has several places on its banks that have been places of pilgrimage for thousands of years. Amongst the huge numbers of people who have bathed in her waters as a rite of cleansing are said to have been the deity Baladeva 5000 years ago and the saint Chaitanya Mahaprabhu 500 years ago. Every twelve years, Pushkaram fair is held on the banks of the river.
A legend has it that the Sage Gautama lived in the Brahmagiri Hills at Trayambakeshwar with his wife Ahalya. The Rishi kept his stock of rice in a granary. Once, a cow entered his granary and ate up the rice. When the Rishi tried to ward the cow away with darbha grass, it fell dead. The Rishi wished to atone for the sin of 'Gohatya' - killing a sacred cow. He prayed to Lord Shiva and requested him to divert the river Ganges to purify his hermitage. Lord Shiva was pleased with the Rishi so appeared in his Triambaka manifestation and diverted the river Ganges to flow past his homestead.

 

Sita Gumpha (Cave)

visiting place near Nasik kumbh mela    
Sita Gumpha is at a distance of 2 km from Central Bus Stand. It is situated at the western side door of Kalaram Temple.Lord Rama's wife, Sita dwelled at this place and King Ravan abducted her from this place. The Shiv linga that she worshiped is still there in the gumpha.There are five Banyan trees in this area and thus called "Panchvati".

 

Shirdi ( Sai Baba Mandir)

Shirdi, a small village in Kopargam Taluk, in Ahmadnagar, Maharashtra is regarded to be an important pilgrimage place in India as sage Sai Baba lived here till his death. Popularly known as the 'Child of God', Sai Baba preached tolerance towards all religions and the message of universal brotherhood. After his death, Sai Baba's fame has spread far and wide. Sai Baba believed and respected all religions. Samadhi Temple was started during the lifetime of Sai Baba, with a view to having a temple of Sri Krishna. But later, Sai Baba himself decided to live there. So, after Sai Baba attained Nirvana (eternal peace), His mortal remains were buried at the place. The articles and valuables, which were used by the Baba, are exhibited in a room here. Every activity at Shirdi revolves around the vast temple complex dedicated to Sai Baba. Devotees start queuing up in the early hours of dawn to catch a glimpse and seek the blessings of the life-size statue of Sai Baba. Thursday is marked by special pujas and darshan of the Sai Baba statue.There are other places of interest that devotees can visit as well including Dwarkamani Mosque where the Baba meditated and slept on alternate nights. Near the mosque, in a corridor is the dhani or eternal flame that burns day and night. Other places of importance are the Gurusthan, the Kandoba Temple, Shani Mandir, Narsimha Mandir, Changdev Maharaj Samadhi and the Sakori Ashram.

 


Ellora Caves

These 34 monasteries and temples, extending over more than 2 km, were dug side by side in the wall of a high basalt cliff. Ellora, with its uninterrupted sequence of monuments dating from A.D. 600 to 1000, brings the civilization of ancient India to life. Not only is the Ellora complex a unique artistic creation and a technological exploit but, with its sanctuaries devoted to Buddhism, Hinduism and Jainism, it illustrates the spirit of tolerance that was characteristic of ancient India. The Ellora caves are located approx 25 km from Aurangabad. The approach road is good. One passes the Daulatabad fort on the way. There are 34 caves and a lot of walking to be done from cave to cave and within the caves so comfortable footwear is a must though one can also go by
car and see three to four caves at a time the caves one must see are 29,32 ,33,34 also 16 . 32 has the colored painting, a hall which echoes and pillars. on which one can knock on to get the sound of the tabla. Cave 29 is the water fall cave. From Aurangabad, one can visit along with Ghrushneshwar (Ellora) & bhadra maruti (Khuldabad) temples & famous Daulatabad (Devgiri) fort. Multiple travel choices are available.

 

 

Grishneshwar Jyotirlinga

Grishneshwar Jyotirlinga is one of the 12 Jyotirlinga shrines mentioned in the Shiva Purana. Grishneshwar is believed as the Last or 12th (twelfth) Jyotirlinga on the earth. This pilgrimage site is located at a village called Verul which lies at a distance of 11 km from Daulatabad and 30 km from Aurangabad. It lies at a close proximity to the Ellora caves.
high. Much of the lower slopes of the hill have been cut away by Yadava dynasty rulers to leave 50 meter vertical sides to improve defenses. The fort is a place of extraordinary strength. The only means of access to the summit is by a narrow bridge, with passage for not more than two people abreast, and a long gallery, excavated in the rock, which has for the most part a very gradual upward slope. About midway along this gallery, the access gallery has steep stairs, the top of which is covered by a grating destined in time of war to form the hearth of a huge fire kept burning by the garrison above. At the summit, and at intervals on the slope, are specimens of massive old cannon facing out over the surrounding countryside. Also at the mid way, there is a cave entrance meant to confuse the enemies

 


Bhimashankar Jyotirlinga

Bhimashankar Temple is a Jyotirlinga shrine located 50 km northwest of Khed, near Pune, in India. It is located 127 km from Pune in the Ghat region of the Sahyadri hills. Bhimashankar is also the source of the river Bhima, which flows southeast and merges with the Krishna River near Raichur. The Bhimashankara temple is a composite of old and the new structures in the Nagara style of architecture. It shows the Excellency of the skills achieved by ancient Vishwakarma sculptors. It is a modest yet graceful temple and it dates back to 13th century and the sabhamandap developed in 18th century by Nana Phadnavis. The shikhara was built by Nana Phadnavis. The great Maratha ruler Shivaji is said to have made endowments to this temple to
facilitate worship services. Although the structure here is fairly new, the shrine Bhimashankaram have been referred to in literature dating back to the 13th century CE. Saint Jñaneshwar is said to have visited Tryambakeshwar and Bhimashankar. A unique bell (Roman style) can be seen in front of the temple which was presented by Chimaji Appa (Brother of Bajirao Peshwa).

 

Shirdi (Sai Baba Mandir)

Shirdi, a small village in Kopargam Taluk, in Ahmadnagar, Maharashtra is regarded to be an important pilgrimage place in India as sage Sai Baba lived here till his death. Popularly known as the 'Child of God', Sai Baba preached tolerance towards all religions and the message of universal brotherhood. After his death, Sai Baba's fame has spread far and wide. Sai Baba believed and respected all religions. Samadhi Temple was started during the lifetime of Sai Baba, with a view to having a temple of Sri Krishna. But later, Sai Baba himself decided to live there. So, after Sai Baba attained Nirvana (eternal peace), His mortal remains were buried at the place. The articles and valuables, which were used by the Baba, are exhibited in a room here. Every activity at Shirdi revolves around the vast temple complex dedicated to Sai Baba. Devotees start queuing up in the early hours of dawn to catch a glimpse and seek the blessings of the life-size statue of Sai Baba. Thursday is marked by special pujas and darshan of the Sai Baba statue.There are other places of interest that devotees can visit as well including Dwarkamani Mosque where the Baba meditated and slept on alternate nights. Near the mosque, in a corridor is the dhani or eternal flame that burns day and night. Other places of importance are the Gurusthan, the Kandoba Temple, Shani Mandir, Narsimha Mandir, Changdev Maharaj Samadhi and the Sakori Ashram.



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Nashik Kumbh Mela Tour Package- Rates-Dates-camps-Hotels

 

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