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Ashtavinayak Darshan From Pune By Car


Pune to Ashtavinayak Cabs 2 days Package

Car Type
Charges with Toll Seating Capacity
Tata Indica A/C
Rs.8,350/- 4 + 1 Driver
Tata Indica Non A/C
Rs.7,650/- 4 + 1 Driver
Tata Indigo A/C
Rs.8,700/- 4 + 1 Driver
Tata Indigo Non A/C
Rs.8,350/- 4 + 1 Driver
Dzire A/C
Rs. 9,450/- 4 + 1 Driver
Dzire (Non A/C)
Rs.8,700/- 4 + 1 Driver
Ertiga A/C
Rs.10,000/- 6 + 1 Driver
Ertiga Non A/C
Rs.9,200/- 6 + 1 Driver
Tavera A/C
Rs.9,450/- 6 + 1 Driver
Tavera Non A/C
Rs.8,700/- 6 + 1 Driver
Innova only A/C
Rs.11,600/- 6 + 1 Driver
Tavera A/C
Rs.10,850/- 8 + 1 Driver
Tavera Non A/C
Rs.10,100/- 8 + 1 Driver
Winger push backA/C
Rs.14,000/- 9 + 1 Driver
Winger push back A/C
Rs.16,400/- 13 + 1 Driver
Winger push back (Non A/C)
Rs.14,000/- 13 + 1 Driver
Note:-No Hidden Charges,
1) Including All Toll Tax,Parking & Driver Allowance.
2) Average Per Day 300 k/m.


Ashtavinayak Darshan in Traditional Way (3 Days Package)

Car Type Charges Seating Capacity
Tata Indica A/C
Rs.12,050/- 4 + 1 Driver
Tata Indica Non A/C
Rs.11,050/- 4 + 1 Driver
Tata Indigo A/C
Rs.13,050/- 4 + 1 Driver
Tata Indigo Non A/C
Rs.12,050/- 4 + 1 Driver
Dzire A/C
Rs.14,050/- 4 + 1 Driver
Dzire Non A/C
Rs.13,050/- 4 + 1 Driver
Ertiga A/C
Rs.16,050/- 6 + 1 Driver
Ertiga Non A/C
Rs.15,050/- 6 + 1 Driver
Tavera A/C
Rs.14,050/- 6 + 1 Driver
Tavera Non A/C
Rs.13,050/- 6 + 1 Driver
Innova A/C
Rs.17,050/- 6 + 1 Driver
Tavera A/C
Rs.16,050/- 8 + 1 Driver
Tavera Non A/C
Rs.15,050/- 8 + 1 Driver
Winger A/C
Rs.23,850/- 13 + 1 Driver
Winger Non A/C
Rs.20,850/- 13 + 1 Driver

Note:-No Hidden Charges,

1) Including Toll Tax,Parking.

2) Food & Stay Not Included.

3) Average Per Day 300 k/m.


Ashtavinayak Route

From To Route
First day Route
Pune Moregaon
Moregaon Siddhatek
Siddhatek Pali Night Halt
Second day Route from Pali
Pali Mahad
Mahad Theur
Theur Lenyadri Night Halt
Third day Route from Lentadri
Lenyadri Ozar
Ozar Ranjangaon
Ranjangaon Moregaon
Moregaon Pune


Accommodation at Ozar

Shree Vighneshwar Ganpati Devasthan Trust, Shree Kshetra Ozar
Bhakt Bhavan Nivas Vyavastha
Mobile No- 9325050450

Room Type No. of Rooms Capacity Rent Arrangements
Bhakt Bhavan -1
Family Room (Attached) 12 6 Person 500/- 1 double bed/1 cot (3 Mattress/pillow/bed sheet)
General Hall (Attached) 1 200 Person

35/-

30/-

20/-

Mattress/Bed sheet

Carpet(Satranjee)/ Phone

 

Bhakt Bhavan -2
Room Type No. of Rooms Capacity Rent Arrangements
Family Room (Non Attached) 27 6 Person 350/- 1 bed + 6 mattress
Bhakt Bhavan -3
Room Type No. of Rooms Capacity Rent Arrangements
Luxury 20 4 Person 800/- 1 Double bed/ 2 Mattress/ 2 Bed Sheet (TV)
VIP 6 4 Person 2100/- 1 Double bed/ 2 Mattress/ 2 Bed Sheet (TV)
Bhakt Bhavan -4
Room Type No. of Rooms Capacity Rent Arrangements
Deluxe (Indian) 29 5 Person 5000/- 1 Double bed / 1 Cot (2 Mattress/Pillow/Bed Sheet + TV)
Deluxe (Western) 8 5 Person 6000/- 1 Double bed / 1 Cot (2 Mattress/Pillow/Bed Sheet + TV)


Accommodation at Pali

Bhakt Bhavan Nivas Vyavastha
Ph. No- (02142) 241274
Bhakt Bhavan -1
Room Type Capacity Rent
Regular Room 3 Person 250/-
VIP Room 4 Person 350/-
Common Room 3 Person 200/-
Bhakt Bhavan -2
Room Type Capacity Rent
Regular Room 3 Person 300/-
A/C Room 3 Person 600/-
Common Hall - Rs.20 / person

Shri Mayureshwar Ganpati Morgaon

Moreshwar

Shri Mayureshwar Mandir (Morgaon) Is A Hindu Temple Which Is About 65Km Away From Pune City. The 1 st & Last Temple To Be Visited In The Ashtavinayak Circuit. The Mandir Is Dedicated To Lord Ganesha. The Temple Is The Starting & Ending Point Of The Eight Temples. The Ashtavinayak Journey Is Considered Incomplete If The Pilgrim Does Not Visit The Morgaon Temple At The End Of The Journey. The Temple Is Covered From All Four Sides Which Has Four Gates Which Looks Like Mosque When You See It From A Distance. Morgaon Is Also Known As The Village Of Peacocks. The Main Entrance Of Temple Faces To North Direction And You Can See Two Deepmalas & 6 Foot Mouse In The Front Of Temple. Morgan Temple Timings: 5 Am To 10 PM.


Siddhi Vinayak

The Siddhivinayak Temple Siddhatek Is A Hindu Temple Dedicated To Ganesha, Which Is About 100 Km From Pune City. Though Siddhatek Is Prescribed To The 2 nd Temple To Be Visited In The Ashtavinayak Circuit After The Foremost Morgaon. The Elephant-Headed God Of Wisdom. The Temple Is One Of The Ashtavinayaka, The Eight Revered Shrines Of Ganesha The Temple Is Located On The Northern Bank Of The River Bhima In Siddhatek In The Karjat Taluka Of Ahmednagar District The Ganesha Icon Here Is With His Trunk Turned To The Right. Usually, The Trunk Of Ganesha Is Turned To His Left. It Is Consider That The Right-Trunked Ganesha Is Having Great Power. The Original Temple Is Built By Vishnu, However It Was Destroyed Over Time.

Siddhivinayak Ganpati Siddhatek

shri ballaleshwar temple pali

Ballaleshwar

Ballaleshwar Temple Is One Of The 3 rd Temple To Be Visited In The Ashtavinayak Circuit Of Lord Ganesha. Among Ganesha Temples, Ballaleshwar Is The Only Epitome Of Ganesha That Is Known By His Devotee's Name. It Is Located In The Village Of Pali Rajgad District Which Is About 122 Km From Pune City. The Temple Was Constructed By Moreshvar Vitthal Sindkar (Dighe) In The Year 1640. Later The Original Wooden Temple Was Renovated In The Year 1760 To Make New Temple Stone Which Is Designed By Shri Fadnis. The Murti Of Ganesha Sits On A Stone , Facing Towards East With Its Trunk Turned On Left And Sitting Against A Background Which Is Of Silver & Displays Waving Of Riddhi And Siddhi . The Murti's Eyes Contains Diamonds.


Varadvinayak

Varadvinayak, Is One Of The Ashtavinayak Temples Of The Hindu Deity Ganesha. The 4 th Temple To Be Visited In The Ashtavinayak Circuit It Is Located In Mhad Village Maharashtra, India. This Is Near To Lonavala, Pune District The Temple Was (Restored) & Then Built By Peshwa General Ramji Mahadev Biwalkar In The Year 1725.. The Temple Is Full With Devotees During Maghi Utsav & It Is Said That If You Received A Coconut As A Prasad And If You Consume It One Will Be Blessed With A Son. The Idol Of Varda Vinayak Temple Is Self Originated And Was Found In The Lake In An Immersed Position The Premises Of Temple Has A Beautiful Pond On One Side The Idol Of The Temple Faces Towards East And Has His Trunk Turned To Left. There Is An Oil Lamp Which Is Said To Be Burning Continuously Since 1892. This Temple Also Has More Three Idols Mushika , Navagraha Devtas & Shivalinga And The 4 Sides Of The Temple Is Guarding By 4 Elephant Idols.

varadvinayak temple mahad

Chintamani Ganpati Theur

Chintamani

The Chintamani Temple Of Theur Is A Hindu Temple Of Ganesha Which Is About 25 Km From Pune City Near Brahma River And The Joint River Mula Mutha. Theur Is The 5th Temple To Be Visited In The Ashtavinayak According To Shastra The Temple Celebrates Two Festivals Ganesh Jayanti & Ganesh Chaturti The Temple Name Originates From The Sanskrit Word Sthavar Which Means Stable The God Brahma Mediated Here And His Anxiety Mind Became Stable Due To The Blessings Of Ganesha. After That Ganesha Got Free Of Brahma's Chintas (Worries) He Became Know As Chintamani. The Temple Is One Of The Larger And More Famous Of The Ashtavinayak Temple The Temples Front Gate Is Located To North And The Icon Of Chintamani Ganesha Faces East In The Premises Of The Temple There Is Hanuman Temple, Vishnu-Laxmi Temple & Mahadeva Shiva Temple Behind The Temple There Is Peshwa Wada Like Other Ashtavinayak Icons The Central Icon Of Ganesha Is Self Evident And Hardly Any Feature Are Visible Like (Body) Expect The Trunk And Eyes.


Vigneshwar Temple

The Vighnahara Ganpati Temple Or Vigneshwar Temple Is One Of The Ashtavinayak Temple Located In Ozar Which Is About 90 Km From Pune City. The 6 th temple To Be Visited In The Ashtavinayak Circuit. The Ganesha Worshipped Here Is Called Vignahara Lord Of Obstacles Also Know As Remover Of Obstacles (Difficulties) The Temple Is Located On The Banks Of Kukadi River. After Seizing The Vasai Fort From Portuguese Chimaji Appa Brother And Peshwa Baji Rao Renovate The Temple And The Shikhar Of Temple Is Covered With Gold. The Temple Was Renovated In 1967 By Appa Shastri Joshi (Devotee). The Temple Celebrates Two Festivals Ganesh Chaturti & Ganesh Jayanti. The East Facing Temple With Grand Entrance With A Large Gateway And Two Large Stone Gate Keepers Also Know As Dvarapala Theer Are Two Small Room For Meditation On Both Sides Of Gateway One Can Also View The Leneyadri And Shivneri Fort The Ganesha Icon Is Self Existent. The Icon Of Ganesha Faces East With Left Turning Trunk Covered With Sindoor.

Vighnahara Ganpati Temple Ozar



Shree Girijatmaj Vinayak Temple Lenyadri

Shri Girijatmaj Temple

Shri Girijatmaj Temple Lenyadri Is Also Called As Ganesh Pahar Caves It's A 30 Rock Cut Buddhist Caves Which Is About 96 Km From Pune City. The 7 th Temple To Be Visited In The Ashtavinayak Circuit. The Cave 7 Has Been Adapted As A Hindu Temple & Dedicated To The Lord Ganesha. Which Is One Of The Ashtivanayak Temple The Caves Are Individually Numbered Caves 6 & 14 Are Chaitya-Grihas And The Others Are Viharas The Formation Of Caves Are Similar In Shape. The Name Lenyadri In Marathi Means Lena Means “Cave” And Adri In Sanskrit Means “Mountain” So It Is Also Called As Mountain Cave. Lenyadri Is The Only Ashtavinayak Temple On A Mountain. The Lord Ganesha Worshipped Here Is Called Girijatmaji A Mountain Born Or Atmaja Of Girjia Son Of Parvati Who Is The Daughter Of Mountain Himavan. The Ganesha Idol Is Seen Facing To East Side And Trunk Turned To The Left Side With Visible Eyes And The Icon Is Covered With Sindoor Like All Ashtavinayak Temple This Icon Of Ganesha Is Also Self Existent .


Ranjangaon Mahaganpati

Ranjangaon Ganpati Is One Among The Ashtavinayak, The 8th Temple To Be Visited In The Ashtavinayak Circuit, Celebrating Eight Instances Of Legends Related To Ganesha. It Is About 50 Km From Pune City The Temple Was Built In The Middle Of 9 th & 10 th Century. The Ganpati Idol Was Donated And Inugrated By Khollam Family Based In Ranjangaon. But It Looks Like The Temple Was Built In The Peshwa Period Because Nagarkhana Is Situated Above The Entrance Gate The Temple Faces Towards East With A Beautiful And Huge Entrance Gate. The Idol Of Lord Ganesha Is Also Named As “Mahotkat” And It Is Also Said That The Idol Has 10 Trunks And 20 Hands. Madhavrao Peshwa Made A Room In The Basement Of The Temple To Keep The Idol Of Lord Ganesha Later On Sardar Kibe Renovated It.

Ranjangaon Mahaganapati Temple

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