Jalgaon – Nandurbar - DOT-Maharashtra Tourism
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Jalgaon – Nandurbar
6 Nights / 7Days
Arrival at Jalgaon by 10 am. Meet, greet and proceed towards Gandhi Teerth - A magnificent 81000 sq.ft. sustainable structure scientifically built in Jodhpur stone, under green norms, to last for centuries. It is the largest audio guided air-conditioned museum in the world based on the life and works of Mahatma Gandhi. This museum has more than 30 sections equipped with Touch screen, Bioscope, Digital Books, 3-D Mapping and Animation, amalgamating different modern technologies. It takes 2 hours 30 minutes to visit the Museum. Relax in the evening & overnight stay at Gandhi Teerth.
In the morning visit Jain Farm Fresh Foods Limited. It is a subsidiary of Jain Irrigation Systems Limited (JISL), India manufactures Dehydrated Onion and vegetable products and Aseptic fruit purees, concentrates, clarified juices, IQF, and Frozen products of finest quality. Jain Farm Fresh Foods Limited (JFFFL) has the most controlled modern, world-class fruit processing facility setup at Jalgaon. Selected varieties of Onion, Vegetables, Banana, Guava, Mango, Pomegranate, Aonlas, Papaya and Tomato puree are grown in the farms and processed in the plant. After that proceed towards World Heritage Monument - Ajanta Caves. The group of caves is prescribed by the UNESCO as a World Heritage Monument in 1983. The Ajanta caves are situated at a distance of 55 km from Jalgaon. In the enening return back to Gandhi Teerth & overnight stay over there.
In the morning check-out from Gandhi Teerth and visit the ancient Changdev Maharaj Temple at Changdev town. The temple is situated at the junction of Tapi and Purna rivers and has been declared as a protected monument by the Archaeological Survey of India. After that visit Muktabai Temple,which is famous for its association with Muktai, younger sister of saint Dnyaneshwar, who attained Samadhi on the banks of Tapti River at a place called Mehun. At Mehun, main Sant Muktabai Temple is submerged in the backwaters of Hatnur Dam (Tapi river). New Sant Muktabai Temple is situated nearby ancient Someshwar Temple. Later in the afternoon visit Hartala. Hartale Village has a long history, a Shrawan Bal Temple and Samadhi can be seen here, it was known that Lord Rama's father Raja Dasharath have by mistaken killed Shrawan Bal at the big Lake nearby forest area during animal hunting at night. In the evening proceed to Bhusawal. Check-in to hotel & overnight stay over there.
In the morning visit Vyas Mandir at Yawal. It is the ancient temple of Shree Jagatguru Ved Maharshi Vyas Muni who wrote the Mahabharata. Then proceed towards Manudevi Temple. It is located near Adgaon village of Yawal Taluka in the scenic natural surroundings of the Satpuda Mountain Range. Manudevi is the kuldevi of 70% of the people in the Jalgaon district. The front of the temple features a waterfall and is surrounded by hills on three sides and makes a popular picnic spot. In the afternoon visit Shri Mangal Dev (Grah) Temple of Amalner - which is one of the most ancient, most rare and most ‘live’ of temples in entire India. There are only two temples of Mangalgrah in India and worldwide, one at Calcutta and one at Amalner. In the evening proceed towards Jalgaon & overnight stay over there.
In the morning proceed towards Patna Devi - which is situated on the high point of the Sahyadri Mountain & on the banks of the Dogri River, originating from Dhaval Teertha. This place is known as Patna Devi by the name of the small town of Patna, which is adjacent to it. In the afternoon proceed towards Prakasha. It is a beautiful village situated on the banks of Tapi and has been known as a centre of pilgrimage since 17th century. Recent excavations by the Archaeological survey of India at this place have disclosed details of the Chalcolithic Period of the History of Maharashtra. It has 108 Shiv temples among which the most visited temples are Kedareshwar and Sangameshwar Temples. Later in the evening move towards Shahada. Check-in to hotel & overnight stay over there
In the morning proceed towards Toranmal Hill Station, situated at a height of 1461 metres. Toranmal is a beautiful and peaceful place to visit. An unexplored land which is a home to a variety of flora and fauna. The place is surrounded by Satpuda Hills, adjoining 7 hills of Satpuda range and offers beautiful sights that includes serene lakes, hills and lush green nature. The famous lake of Toranmal is Yashwant Lake,which gives visitors a breathtaking view of the hills. The other tourist spots at Toranmal are Gorakhnath Temple, Lotus Lake, Sita Khai, Aawashabari View Point, Aawashabari View Point, Machhindranath Caves, Khadki Point, Sat Payari (Seven Steps) Point, Torna Devi Temple, Sunset Point, Forest Park and Medicinal Plant Garden.
In the morning proceed towards Unapdev Park - famous for its hot water spring. Unapdev Park is just 25 km away from Shahada near Dara Village. It has a structure in the shape like cow’s mouth and the hot water flows from its mouth throughout the year. So for a rejuvenating time in winter, get drenched in the hot water spring at Unapdev Park. In the afternoon dropping to Manmad railway station for return journey to your hometown. Tour concludes.