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NASIK KUMBHMELA SPECIAL PACKAGE 2015

MAIN BATHING DATES
1. 14 JULY - The Flag Hosting of The Main Ceremony
2. 19 AUGUST - The Flag Hosting at the Akharas (Camps of the Nagas & Sadhus)
3. 26 AUGUST - Shravan Shudha Pratham (First Normal Bathing)
4. 29 AUGUST - Shravan Sudha pornima (First Main Bathing)
5. 13 SEPTEMBER - Bhadrapad Krushna Amavasya Dwitiya (Second Main Bathing)
6. 18 SEPTEMBER - Bhadrapad Rushipanchami Dwitiya (Third Main Bathing)
7. 25 SEPTEMBER - Bhadrapad Shukla Vaman Dwadashi Tritiya (Second Normal Bathing)

Introduction - Kumbhmela Nashik (Trimbakeshwar) 2015 The Nasik Kumbhmela celebration is held once in every 12 years in Nashik - it is scheduled for 2015. It draws millions of devotees and tourists from all over the country and the world. Trimbakeshwar is a holy town that houses one of the twelve Jyotirlingas in India. It also is the origin of the river Godavari and is situated 38 kms away from Nasik. The Sinhasta Kumbh Mela is held once in 12 years in Nashik and Trimbakeshwar. According to historical records, Nasik is one of four places where the elixir of immortality, the 'amrit', fell to earth from a pitcher as gods and demons were engaged in the tussle to gain the ownership of the jar full of 'amrit'. The Kumbh Mela rotates among the four holy sites every three years. The Kumbh Mela is marked by millions of devotees' plunge into the river Godavari that is believed would cleanse their souls leading to salvation. A ritual bath at a predetermined time and place is the major event of the festival.

Day.1: Mumbai/Pune to Triambkeshwar
On arrival check-in at the camp, Half day sightseeing of Nasik City including Ramkunda, Godawari Ghats, Mukti Dham etc. Late evening, back to the camp for dinner & overnight stay.

Day.2: KUMBH MELA: Camp
After breakfast, free to explore Triambkeshwar Temple, Ashrams & Naga Camps & do your preparation for Maha Kumbh- Shahi Snan. Dinner & Overnight at the camp.

Day.3: KUMBH MELA: Camp
After breakfast, full day free to explore Maha Kumbh-Shahi Snan / Normal snan. Dinner & Overnight at the camp.

Day.4: KUMBH MELA: Camp
After breakfast, free to explore Brahmagiri Hills, Gorakhnath Gufa & Gangadwar etc. Dinner & Overnight at the camp

Brahmagiri Hills: The River Godavari originates from Brahmagiri hills which is considered the giri or hill of Lord Brahma. It is also said that this hill was inhabited by sage Gautam and Ahalya, his wife. Saint Gautam brought the River Godavari to this hill, by praying to Lord Shiva. The Brahmagiri hills with its rugged terrain are not only attractive to pilgrims but also nature and adventure lovers. Gorakhnath Gufa: On ascending the Brahmagiri Hills, tourists can find the Gorakhnath Gufa, which is a renowned cave situated in the middle of the way. This cave has carvings which can be viewed by going few steps downwards to Gangadwar. This cave is considered holy due to Guru Goraknath, who is known to have committed penance inside this cave. Owing to this, many disciples offer their prayer at this cave to release them from the sins, committed during their life. River Godavari originates from the Brahmagiri Hills from where it flows to a spot called Gangadwar, which means the passage or way of Ganga. This name is drawn from the legends related to Ganga and Brahmagiri Hills. To reach Gangadwar, tourists have to climb approximately 750 steps.

Gangadwar: At Gangadwar there is a shrine of Goddess Ganga and the river is seen to appear from the mouth of Nandi. Coming down few steps from Gangadwar, one will reach the Gorakhnath Cave. Close to this spot, there is another temple of the Kolambika Devi along with a group of 108 Shivalinga.

Day.5: Triambkeshwar to Mumbai/Pune
After breakfast, transfer to Mumbai/Pune to take the flight

Cost Of Accommodation Using Wooden Cottages (During Normal Bathing Dates)

Sup Deluxe Room ( - Inr Nett Per Room Per Night (Double Sharing)
Deluxe Room - Inr Nett Per Room Per Night (Double Sharing)
Economy Room - Inr Nett Per Room Per Night (Double Sharing)
Deluxe Family Room - Inr Nett Per Room Per Night (04 Pax In 01 Room)
Economy Family Room - Inr Nett Per Room Per Night (04 Pax In 01 Room)

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Cost Of Accommodation Using Wooden Cottages (During Main Bathing Dates – Shahi Snan)

Sup Deluxe Room - Inr Nett Per Room Per Night (Double Sharing)
Deluxe Room - Inr Nett Per Room Per Night (Double Sharing)
Economy Room - Inr Nett Per Room Per Night (Double Sharing)
Deluxe Family Room - Inr Nett Per Room Per Night (04 Pax In 01 Room)
Economy Family Room - Inr Nett Per Room Per Night (04 Pax In 01 Room)

NOTE: MINIMUM 03 NIGHTS SYAT MANDATORY DURING MAIN BATHING DATES (01 NIGHT IN ADVANCE AND 01 NIGHT AFTER MAIN BATHING DATE) BECAUSE OF HUGE CROWD ON THE MAIN BATHING DATE GOVT WILL SEAL THE ENTIRE AREA FOR TRANSPORTATION AND ONLY WALKING IS ALLOWED FOR 03 DAYS

Remarks – Super Deluxe Rooms Are Air-Conditioned Where As Deluxe & Economy Rooms Are Air-Cooled

OUR CAMPS PACKAGE INCLUDES.

  Traditional Welcome On Arrival with Tikka and Garland.
  Accommodation in spacious weather-proof wooden cottage / Exclusive Swiss-tents.
  One Bottle of mineral water per day per tent.
  All meals During Stay at Camp.
  Attached baths and toilets with modern amenities.
  Super Deluxe Tents with Modern Amenities.
  24 hours Room Service.
  Linen/Towels/Quilt/Blanket.
  Guided Tour to Kumbh Mela Ground.
  Meeting With Sadhus and Guru's to Know more About Kumbh Mela.
  All boarding and lodging.
  All electricity [within the tent and camp site]
  All security, supervisory staff
  Power Back Up by Generator.
  Evening Spiritual Functions At Camp Site like Bhajan/Kirthan/Pravachan.
  Well Decorated Super Deluxe tents.
  Multi cuisine vegetarian dining facilities till midnight.( On Direct Payment Basis)
  Hot water bottles on demand
  Business centre with STD / ISD calling facilities at the camps.(On Direct Payment Basis)
  Entertainment every evening.

OTHER FACILITIES
Meals: Vegetarian meals only, at pre-appointed times, will be served in the dining area served by well attired and trained service staff.

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