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Tour Code           PDY  17
Ex   Bengaluru
Distance   8600 Kms
Duration     By Train 17 Days / By Flight 14 Days
Vehicle Used         By Bus
Accommodation Twin sharing basis Standard rooms
States Visited       Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh & Rajasthan
Places Visited         Ahmedabad, Somanath, Veeraval, Porbunder, Bet Dwaraka, Nageshwar, Dwaraka, Mathrugaya (Siddhpur), Modhera, Mount Abu, Kankroli, Nathdwar, Udaipur, Dakor, Omkareshwar, Ujjain Mahakaleshwar ,Mamaleshwar, Indore. 

Departure dates:
    2018:  JAN 21. FEB 4. FEB 18. MAR 4. MAR 18. SEP 9.SEP 23.SEP 30. OCT 28. NOV 4.NOV 18.NOV 25. DEC 9.DEC 16.DEC 30.
    2019 : JAN 20. FEB 3.FEB 17. MAR 3.MAR 17.

COST :In Rs...
Twin Sharing
Single Sharing
(2-11 Years)
(2-11 Y)
Without Bed & Seat

  • For Infants 2-24 months(2 Years) Please send enquiry.
  • Charges for children mentioned applies only if they accompanied by 2 adults. If the child is accompanied by single adult full amount will be charged.
  • Children 2-11 Years will be charged 75% of the tour Cost with full-seat, without extra bed.


  Departure from Bengaluru railway station.
  Reach Khandwa by late evening.  Transfer to Omkareshwara, night halt.
  Morning holy bath in Narmada river, having darshan of Omkareshwara Jyotirlinga, Amaleshwara mandir darshan. After lunch  proceed to Ujjaini, reach and night halt at Ujjaini.
  Morning have darshan of Mahakaleshwara Jyotirlinga,  Sandeepani Ashram , Kalabhairava, Mahakali mandir darshan, etc. Night stay.
  After breakfast proceed to Dakore one of the Pancha Dwaraka site,  have darshan of Lord Sri Krishna, depart to Ahmedabad, reach and stay.
  Morning dep to Somanath , one of the 12 jyothirlingas, reach, have darshan, visit the beautiful seashore where river saraswati meets the sea, Evening Arati at Somanath,  light and sound show. Night halt at Veeraval / Somanath.
  Morning departure to Dwaraka via Porabander. In Veeraval visit Bhalka Theerta,  where it believes Lord Krishna wounded before he renounce his body,  In Porbunder - Sudham puri Temple which is dedicated to  Sudhama, Krishna's best friend ,  Kirthi Mandir , where Gandhiji was born.   After that proceed to Dwaraka , night stay.
  Morning visit Dwarakadish Temple, After lunch visit Rukmini Temple, Proceed to Okha Fort to catch Ferry for Bet Dwaraka, have darshan of Sri Krishna. Have darshan of Nageshwar Jyothirlinga, Gopi Talav.  Night stay at Dwaraka.
  Morning proceed to Ahmedabad. Evening reach , night halt at Ahmedabad.
  Morning visit Sun temple at Modhera. afterwards  departure to Siddapur , reach and time for Matrukarya . Afternoon dep Mt Abu, Evening reach.  Night halt at  Mount Abu.
  Morning having breakfast and proceed to Dilwara jain Temple, Nakki lake, Sun set  point. Evening free for shopping. Night stay at Mount Abu.
  Checkout of the hotel and proceed towards the '" city of Palace" Udaypur.  Srinath Dwaraka is a place where Lord Krishna saved his folks from Indra's furious down pour by lifting Govardhan Hill, Kankroli is having Dwarakadish Temple. Back to Udaipur. Night halt at  Udaipur.
  Udaipur, a city of Lakes, sight seeing of City  of Palace, Pratap Memorial, Sahelioki Bari, Fateh Sagar lake , Pichola lake boating, etc. Night stay at Udaypur.
  Checkout of the hotel and proceed towards Ahmedabad. Evening reacah and night stay at Ahmedabad.
  Morning free time. Afternoon drop to Ahmedabad railway station for your return jouney.
  Train journey continues. Evening reach Hubli. For Bangaloreans journey continues.
  Morning reach Bangalore;
Ahmedabad is the largest city in the state of Gujarat. It is located in western India on the banks of the River Sabarmati. The city served as political as well as economical capital of the region since its establishment. The earliest settlement can be recorded around the 12th century under Solanki dynasty rule. The present city was founded on 26 February 1411 and announced as the capital on 4 March 1411 by Ahmed Shah I of Gujarat Sultanate as a new capital. Under the rule of sultanate (1411–1511) the city prospered followed by decline (1511–1572) when the capital was transferred to Champaner. For next 135 years (1572-1707), the city renewed greatness under the early rulers of Mughal Empire. The city suffered due to political instability (1707-1817) under late Mughal rulers followed by joint rule between Maratha and Mughal. The city further suffered following joint Maratha rule. The city again progressed when politically stabilized when British East India Company established the rule in the city (1818-1857). The city further renewed growth when it gain political freedom by establishment of municipality and opening of railway under British crown rule (1857–1947). Following arrival of Mahatma Gandhi in 1915, the city became centre stage of Indian independence movement. Many activists like Sardar Patel served the municipality of the city before taking part in the movement. After independence, the city was a part of Bombay state. When Gujarat was carved out in 1960, it again became the capital of the state until establishment of Gandhinagar in 1965. Ahmedabad is also the cultural and economical centre of Gujarat and the seventh largest city of India.

The Somnath temple located in Prabhas Patan near Veraval in Saurashtra on the western coast of GujaratIndia, is the first among the twelve Jyotirlinga shrines of Shiva.[1] It is an important pilgrimage and tourist spot. The temple is considered sacred due to the various legends connected to it. Somnath means "Lord of the Soma", an epithet of Shiva.
The Somnath temple is known as "the Shrine Eternal". This legendary temple has been destroyed and rebuilt several times by Islamic kings and Hindu kings respectively. Most recently it was rebuilt in November 1947, when Vallabhbhai Patel visited the area for the integration of Junagadh and mooted a plan for restoration. After Patel's death, the rebuilding continued under Kanaiyalal Maneklal Munshi, another minister of the Government of India.
The temple is open daily from 6AM to 9PM. There are 3 aarti daily; in the morning at 07:00, at 12:00 and in the evening at 19:00.
It is also believed that nearby Bhalka is the place where Krishna ended his lila on earth and left for his heavenly abode.

Veraval is a Municipality and the headquarters of Gir Somnath district in the Indian state of Gujarat. It is 6 km from Somnath.
Veraval was founded in 13th or 14th century by Rao Veravalji Vadher, a Rajput. Veraval was once a fortified port town of the royal family of Junagadh. It was a part of the Kingdom of Junagadh till 1947 when Junagadh was merged with India. The city still bears some remnants of the old Nawabi heritage, the beautiful Nawabi summer palace being among them. There are ruins of the old Nawabi fort and Nawabi Gates in and around the place. The old walls of the port are now ruined, but the impressive Junagadh gate and the Patan gate are still seen, but are in a very bad state.
The Nawabi Palace with gothic features which is one of the main attractions. It is popularly known as Somnath College (the palace was converted into a college after it was abandoned by the Nawab). At present it is the building of a Sanskrit university. The town is often known as the gateway to the magnificent temple of Somnath and the pilgrimage centres of Prabhas Patan and Bhalkha. Veraval is also the nearest town to the Gir National Park (42 km away).
Before the rise of Surat, Veraval was the major seaport for pilgrims to Mecca. Its importance now is as a fishing port, one of the largest in India. Sea going dhows and wooden fishing boats are still being built by the Fishermen's without the use of any Hightech Machines. Traditional skills are passed down from father to son. About 25 km from the veraval a historical place is located at Savani village.

Porbandar pronunciation is a coastal city in the Indian state of Gujarat, perhaps best known for being the birthplace of Mahatma Gandhi and Sudama (friend of Lord Krishna). It is the administrative center of Porbandar District.
Onshore explorations in and around Porbandar brought to light, for the first time, the remains of a late Harappan settlement dating back to the 16th - 14th century BCE, which is similar to that from Bet Dwarka. This is another evidence to suggest that the Harappan legacy of maritime activity continued till the late Harappan period on the Saurashtra coast. The discovery of ancient jetties along the Porbandar creek signifies the importance of Porbandar as an active centre of maritime activities in the past.
Past Harappan age and classical Vedic ages, Indian mythology says it is the birthplace of Sudhaama (Friend of Lord Krishna in Dwaparyug), hence it is referred to as Sudhaamapuri or Sudhamapuri.

Bet Dwarka or Shankhodhar is an inhabited island at mouth of Gulf of Kutch situated 3 km (2 mi) off the coast of OkhaGujarat, India. The island is measured northwest to southeast in 13 km (8 mi) with an average 4 km (2 mi) in east-west direction. It is a strip of sand and stone situated 30 km (19 mi) north of town of Dwarka.
Bet Dwarka is considered the part of the ancient city in Indian epic literature Dv?rak? found in Mahabharata and Skanda Purana. Gujarati scholarUmashankar Joshi suggested that Antardvipa in Sabha Parva of Mahabharata can be identified as Bet Dwarka as Yadava of Dwarka said to travel to it by boats. It derived its name Shankhodhar as the island is a large source of conch shells (Shankh). Archeological remains found under the sea suggest the existence of settlement during Late Harappan period of Indus Valley Civilization or immediately after it. It can be reliably dated to times ofMaurya Empire. It was a part of Okha Mandal or Kushdwip area. Dwarka is mentioned in the copper inscription dated 574 AD of Simhaditya, the minister of Vallabhi under Maitraka. He was the son of Varahdas, the king of Dwarka.

Nageshvara Jyotirlinga is one of the 12 Jyotirlinga shrines mentioned in the Shiva Purana. Nageshvara is believed to be the first such shrine.
According to Shiv MahapuraanBrahma (The Creator) and Vishnu (The Preserver) once had a disagreement about which of them was supreme.To test them, Shiva pierced the three worlds as an immeasurable pillar of light, the JyotirlingaVishnu and Brahmaparted company to determine the extent of each end of the pillar. Brahma, who had set off upward, lied that he had discovered the upper end of the pillar, but Vishnu, who had gone in the direction of the base of the pillar, admitted that he had not. Shiva then appeared as a second Jyotirlinga and cursed Brahma, telling him that he would have no place in the ceremonies, though Vishnu would be worshipped until the 'end of eternity'. The Jyotirlinga is the supreme indivisible reality from which Shiva appears. Jyothirlinga shrines commemorate this time when Shiva appeared.It was believed that there were originally sixty-four jyothirlingas. Twelve are considered to be especially auspicious and holy.Each of the twelve sites takes the name of the presiding deity and each is considered a separate manifestation of Shiva. At all these sites, the primary deity is a lingam representing the beginning less and endless Stambha pillar, symbolizing the Shiva's infinite nature.The twelve jyothirlinga are Somnath in GujaratMallikarjuna at Srisailam in Andhra PradeshMahakaleswar at Ujjain in Madhya PradeshOmkareshwar in MadhyaPradeshKedarnath in HimalayasBhimashankar in MaharashtraViswanath at Varanasi in Uttar PradeshTriambakeshwar in MaharashtraVaidyanath at Deoghar in Jharkhand, Nageshvara Jyotirlinga, Rameshwar at Rameswaram in Tamil Nadu and Grishneshwar at Aurangabad in Maharashtra.

Dwarka is a small city and a municipality of Devbhoomi Dwarka district in the state of Gujarat in northwestern India. It is located on the western shore of the Okhamandal Peninsula on the right bank of the Gomti River. In 2011 it had a population of 38,873. Dwarka is one of the foremost Chardhams, four sacred Hindu pilgrimage sites, and is one of the Sapta Puri, the seven most ancient religious cities in the country. Dwarka is often identified with the Dwarka Kingdom, the ancient kingdom of Krishna, and is believed to have been the first capital of Gujarat.
The city's Dwarkadhish Temple dedicated to Krishna was originally built around 2,500 years ago, but was destroyed by Mahmud Begada rulers and subsequently rebuilt in the 16th century. The temple is also the location of Dwaraka ma?ha, also called Sharada Matha/Peeth and "western peeth, one of the four peeths (Sanskrit: "religious center") established by Adi Shankaracharya. As an important pilgrimage center for Hindus, Dwarka has several notable temples, including Rukmini Devi Temple, Gomti Ghat, and Bet Dwarka. There is also a lighthouse at the land end point of Dwarka.

Siddhpur or Sidhpur is a city and a municipality in Patan district in the Indian state of Gujarat. Siddhpur is an historical place, located in North Gujarat, India. It is located on the bank of Sarasvati River, considered to be the branch of lost Saraswati river. Siddhpur is the taluka headquarters of Siddhpur taluka.
Siddhpur is also known as Sri-sthal or a "pious place". It is mentioned in the Rig Veda to be existing at that time as the Dashu village. The legend is that the great sage Dadhyanca or Dadhici had donated his bones to God Indra here at Siddhpur. Siddhpur is also believed to be located at the junction of two rivers Ganges and Saraswati. Even in the Mahabharata, the great Indian epic, it is mentioned that the Pandavas had visited the place while they were in exile. During the 4-5th A.D a large number of people settled in this part. They were Gurjara people from Iran.

Sun Temple, Modhera, at Modhera in Gujarat, is a temple dedicated to the Hindu Sun-God, Surya. It is situated on the bank of the river Pushpavati, 25 km from Mehsana and 102 km from Ahmedabad.[1] It was built in 1026 AD by King Bhimdev of the Solanki dynasty. In the present times, prayers are not offered in this temple. This temple is now under the supervision of Archaeological Survey of India.
There are four terraces to descend to reach the bottom of the tank. Small pyramid-shaped steps are for each terrace. God and Goddess depicted in immortalized stone unfold the sculpture wealth: Lord Vishnu, Lord Ganesh, Lord Nataraja,Sitlamata's presence a marvel created during Solanki era.
Two huge ornamental arches called Toran forms a gateway to the Sabha Mandap.
This hall of religious gatherings is a magnificent pillared hall. It is open from all sides and has 52 intricately carved pillars representing 52 weeks in a year. The carvings depict episodes from the Hindu epics of RamayanMahabharat and Krishna Lila (i.e., story of Lord Krishna).
Between the Sabha Mandapa and the sanctum sanctorum is a beautiful hall with pillars and arches, whose facade has been renovated and partially redone. The walls have 12 niches showing the different aspects of the Sun God in each month.

Dakor is a city and a Nagarpalika in Kheda district in the state of Gujarat, India. It is prominent for its grand temple of Shree Ranchhodraiji.
Dakor, in its earlier phases as pilgrimage center in Gujarat, was famous for the Danknath temple, a place of shiva worship. In the later phases it developed into a Vaishnavite center with the growing fame of Ranchhodraiji [form of Lord Shri Krishna] temple, which was built in 1772 A.D. Today this place is known not only as a pilgrimage center but also a trading center where one can get the articles related to puja, and other rituals. Recently, Dakor is included in one of the six major pilgrimage places under "Yatradham Vikas Board" by Government of Gujarat for development as a well-planned and well organised pilgrimage place to facilitate the lacs and lacs of visiting pilgrims. More than 70–80 lacs of pilgrims visit the place every year and a continuous increase is witnessed every year.

Udaipur  pronunciation is a major city, municipal corporation and the administrative headquarters of the Udaipur district in the Indian state of Rajasthan. It is the historic capital of the kingdom of Mewar in the former Rajputana Agency. Maharana Udai Singh of the Sisodia clan of Rajput founded the city 1553,and shifted his capital from the city of Chittorgarh to Udaipur. It remained as the capital city till 1818 when it became a British princely state, and thereafter the Mewar province became a part of Rajasthan when India gained independence in 1947.
Udaipur is a very popular tourist destination. Known for its history, culture, scenic locations and the Rajput-era palaces, Udaipur was also voted as the best city in the world in 2009 by the Travel + Leisure magazine.

Kankroli (Rajsamand) is a city located in the district of Rajsamand in Rajasthan, India. It is located about 42 miles (68 km) north of Udaipur and forms a twin city with RajsamandRajsamand is famous for Rajsamand lake built by Maharaja Rajsingh.Along the rajsamand lake is the beautiful temple Dwarikadheesh Temple devoted to Lord Krishna.Kankroli is the main city in Rajsamand, and lies on NH-8 Udaipur-Ajmer .  Kankroli is famous for the JK Tyre plant, which is one of the leading Tyre Manufacturers inIndia. A whole village is named after it known as JayKay Gram

Nathdwara : Vajranabha, Lord Krishna’s great-grandson, installed this Deity 5,000 years ago. The same Deity (known then as Gopal) was worshiped by MadhavendraPuri in Vrindavan. Rana Raj Singh of Mewar brought Sri Nathji to Nathdwararound 1669.
The story of how Gopalji was discovered is described in the CaitanyaCaritamrita. It was MadhvendraPuri who came to Govardhan Hill and, after he went around the hill and began preparing for the evening rest near GovindaKund, a local cowherd boy visited him with apot of milk. The beautiful boy made SrilaMadhavendraPuri forget his hunger and thirst. MadhavendraPuri asked the boy how he knew he was fasting, and the boy replied that he resided in this vil­lage and in his village no one fasts.

Cost Includes Cost Excludes
  • Second sleeper Train Tickets for Bangalore- Bangalore.
  • A/C Deluxe Bus for Travelling.
  • Guidance & Services of an experienced Tour Escort
  • Accommodation on twin sharing A/c Standard rooms except hilly area
  • Vegetarian Food by our cooking Staff ( Tea/coffee/ Breakfast /Lunch /Dinner)
  • Special Pujas darshans.
  • Entry Tickets , Boating, Camera Charges
  • Government Service Tax  (GST 5%) as applicable
  • Food during the train journey
  • Laundry ,Telephone calls ,Mineral water.
  • Any Increase in the fuel surcharge or any kind of taxes levied by the respective government or statutory bodies.
  • Cost of extension of the validity or deviation from route of the tour.
  • Laundry, consumption from the mini bar / refrigerator at Hotel, beverages, Mineral water, telephone charges, shopping, all items of personal nature and also food and drinks not forming the part of the group menus.
  • Any extra expenses incurred for changing the route due to any unforeseen circumstances, Natural calamities, political disturbances, strikes etc.
  • Extra cost incurred due to illness, accident, hospitalization or any Individual unforeseen cost incurring incidence.
  • Any private transfers taken to move from one place to another instead of coach.
  • Any up gradation in the room category.
  • Any other expense incurred other than which are mentioned in Tour cost includes list.