Times To Travel offers an 8-day/seven-night 9 Devi Darshan tour that allows you to visit the most popular Durga Mata temples in India. Maa Mansa Devi, Mata Vaishno Devi, Kangra Devi Temple, Dharamshala, Chandigarh, and Amritsar are all included in the tour. These locations are home to some of the most revered religious shrines, which are visited by devotees from all over the world.
The Nau (9) Devi darshan tour package departs from Delhi and is custom-designed to meet the needs of all pilgrims. You can seek blessings at Mata Mansa Devi Temple, Chintpurni, Naina Devi Temple, Chamunda Devi Temple, Mata Jwala Ji Temple, Brijeshwari Temple, Sheetla Devi Temple, and Vaishno Devi Temple during this 9 Devi darshan.
Please keep in mind that this is only a suggested itinerary for the 9 Devi Darshan tour package. Yatra packages are tailored to your specific requirements. Please contact us so that we can tailor a 9 Devi Darshan Package to your specific needs for a spiritual pilgrimage to the holy sites.
After arriving in Delhi, begin your journey to Chandigarh, where the 9 Nau Devi darshan tour begins. First, go to Mata Mansa Devi Temple, which is dedicated to Maa Mansa and is greatly respected by followers. People travel long distances to seek the blessings of Maa Mansa.
After Darshan, depart for Chandigarh. When you arrive in Chandigarh, check into your hotel. Visit Chandigarh's tourist attractions. Visit Sukhna Lake, the Rock Garden, and the Tower of Shadows. Enjoy a relaxing stay at the hotel.
Begin your journey to Naina Devi Temple in the morning on this day. The Goddess's lovely shrine is set atop a hill. As a result, you can either begin climbing the stairs or enjoy a ropeway trip to reach the shrine. The holy site is revered as one of the 51 Shakti Peethas and is thought to be the location where Sati's eyes fell.
After offering your respects, proceed to Sheetla Devi Temple. The shrine, the holy abode of Goddess Sheetla, is always crowded with visitors. Chintpurni Temple, a highly regarded sanctuary, is next in line. The sanctum sanctorum, also known as Chinnmastika Shaktipeeth, enshrines Mata Chintpurni, who relieves devotees' tension and concerns.
On the third day of your Nau Devi Darshan tour, go on a temple tour. First, go to Mata Jwala Ji Temple, a respected temple devoted to Goddess Jwala Mukhi. Mahakali, Annapurna, Chandi, Hinglaj, Bindhya Basni, Maha Lakshmi, Saraswati, Ambika, and Anji Devi are among the nine permanent flames at the temple.
After Darshan, go to Maa Baglamukhi Temple and seek Maa Bhagula's blessings, who is said to be the source of all knowledge in the cosmos. Then, go to Kangra Devi Temple, where Maa Kangra is worshipped as a 'Pindi'. You have the remainder of the day to yourself. Stay at Kangra for the night.
After breakfast, check out of the Kangra hotel. Begin your journey to Chamunda Devi Mandir for Darshan in the morning. Chamunda Devi, one of the seven mother goddesses, is also known as Chamundi. Devotees from all over the world come to seek Maa Chamunda's blessings. When you arrive in Dharamshala, you will check into your accommodation and then go sightseeing in the afternoon. Visit the Dalai Lama Monastery and the Bhagsu Nag Temple.
Return to the hotel in the evening and spend the night in Dharamshala.
This morning, depart for Katra via Jammu. When you arrive in Katra, check into your hotel. Spend the day anyway you like. You can go tour Katra's local market. Stay the night at Katra.
On the sixth day, proceed to Mata Vaishno Devi for Darshan. Begin your journey to the Vaishno Devi Shrine early in the morning. Maa Vaishno Devi, also known as Mata Rani, has her residence in Vaishno Devi Temple, one of India's holiest temples. Maa Vaishno is regarded as the Mother Goddess' incarnation.
People from all over the world come to the temple to seek Maa Vaishno's blessings. People think that no prayer goes unanswered at Maa Vaishno's temple. After Darshan at the temple, return to Katra by foot. Return to the hotel and spend the night when you arrive.
Begin driving to Amritsar, stopping along the way to see the Wagah Border. The Wagah Border, a prominent tourist site in Amritsar, is the border between India and Pakistan. The nighttime ceremony, which takes place every day, is the main attraction of the location. Later, return to the hotel and spend the night.
Enjoy your breakfast before checking out of the hotel. Then, start your Amritsar sightseeing tour with a visit to Harmandir Sahib, commonly known as the Golden Temple. Later, pay a visit to Jallianwala Bagh, a historically significant site. It is the site of the slaughter conducted by General Dyer during British rule. After that, you'll be dropped off at the airport for your flight to Delhi. Then you will proceed to the Delhi Airport or Railway Station, from which you will continue your journey.