India is a land of varied faith and religion.Thousands of people worship million gods everymoment.There are thousands of temples and pilgrim centers all over India.For the followers of Lord Shiva there are 12 Jyotirlingas situatedin different parts of India.The five most important of these 12 Jyotirlingas are located in Maharashtra. It is believed that Lord Shiva revealed himself to hid devotees in the form of light,so these pilgrims are named as Jyotirlingas.
Here is how you will spend your time
Day 1: Indore
Arrive at Indore Airport / Railway station, meet our representative & transfer to the Hotel. Located in the heart of the Malwa Plateau, Indore is possibly the best place to catch a glimpse of the life and times of the Holkar Dynasty. It is here that you find a fine amalgamation of art and culture of several regions and era in its various attractions, including palaces and temples. Later, proceed for the city tour of Indore. This includes the Kanch Mandir (Temple of mirrors), Khajrana, Chhatris of Holkars (Cenotaphs) and Bada Ganpati (very tall idol of Elephant God), walk arround famous street of Sarraffa & enjoy Malwa’s famous evening at Rajwada back to hotel Stay overnight in Indore.
After breakfast, proceed to Ujjain. This town of Kalidasa features its prime in his most-loved composition, Meghdoot. This is also Lord Shiva's ground, where, as the presiding deity, he reigns supreme in one of the 12 jyotirlingas. Visit Mahakaleshwar Temple & Kaal Bhairav. If time permit then visit Bade Ganeshji Ka Mandir & Chintaman Ganesh. overnight stay at Ujjain.
After breakfast proceed to OMKARESHWAR, arrive Omkareshwar temple, after darshan and spending time at holi river NARMADA proceed to Maheshwar (35 k/m), visit local temple & fort. Be a part of famous AARTI performed by local devotees on the banks of river. Enjoy boating in river Narmada. Overnight at Maheshwar hotel on the banks of River.
Travel from Ujjain to Maheshwar
Day 4: Maheshwar – Mandu (60 Km / 2 Hrs)
After breakfast proceed to Mandu - city of joy is famed for story of love of King Baz Bahadur, for his consort, Rani Rupmati. Originally the capital of the Hindu Parmar Kings in the 13th century it was later captured by the Sultans of Malwa. See Rani Roopmati Mahal, Jahaz Mahal (built between the two artificial lakes, Munj Talao and Kapur Talao) & Hindola Mahal. Overnight stay at Mandu Hotel.