5 Jyotirlingas of Maharashtra

The Jyotirlinga means the ' Radiant Sign of The Almighty Shiva '. There are twelve Jyotirlinga shrine in India, 5 of them are in  Maharashtra. Grishneshwar temple, sometimes referred to as the Ghrneshwar Jyotirlinga or Dhushmeshwar temple, is located near Ellora caves of Aurangabad. Parli-Vaijnath temple is located in Beed district. Trimbakeshwar is located in the Bramhagiri mountains near the holy city of Nasik. Bhimashankar is located on the mountains near Khed of Pune district. Bhimashankar is also the source of the river Bhima that flows southest and merges with the Krishna River Raichur. Aundha Nagnath temple is said to have been built by the seuna (Yadava) dynasty and dates to 13th century.

Interary :

Day 1 : Arrive Mumbai, Drive to Nasik Via Trimbakeshwar

Day 2 : Nasik - Aurangabad (220 Kms / 5 hours drive) with Grishneshwar Temple and Ellora visit

Day 3 : Drive to Aundha Nagnath Temple (200 Kms / 4.5 hours drive) and then to Parli (120 Kms / 3 hours)

Day 4 : Drive Parli Vaijnath to Pune (342 Kms / 7 hours)

Day 5 : Drive to Bhimashankar (120 kms / 3 hours - one way), transfer to Pune airport / railway station 

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