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Hare Krishna Community, Jaipur organizes spiritual trips every year to various pligrim sites of India such as Char Dham of Uttarkahand( Badrinath, Kedarnath, Yamunotri, Gangotri etc.), South India, Vrindavana-Goverdhan-Barsana-Gokul-Nandgaon and other piligriim places of Uttar Pradesh such as Prayagraj,Varanasi, Naimisharanya,Chitrakoot. We also organize trips to three other dhams of India i.e. Dwarka, Rameshwaram and Jagannath Puri & Mayapur Dham as well. 

The purpose of these trips is to infuse spiritual energy into the piligrims and also to make them aware with the historical temples and pastimes of Lord Krishna.

The only motive of these trips is to provide you spiritual benefits and these trips are completely non-profitable. We do not earn any money through these trips.

 

Destination covered:- Tirupati – Kancipuram -  Tiruchirapalli  - Rameshwaram - Madurai - Kanyakumari - Martadam - Trivandrum

Boarding Points:- Jaipur, Dausa, Mathura, New delhi, Agra, Bhopal, Renigunta
 

De-boarding Points :-  Thiruvananthapuram, Mangalore, Surat, Kota, Sawai Madhopur, Jaipur, Bhartapur, Mathura, New Delhi

 

Package Tariff:

Price Per Passenger(Adult)

Normal 16500/-
Air Condition 21,000/-
Flight 17,500/- + Flight Fare

 

Tirupati- Tirupati is known for Lord Venkateshwara situated in the Tirumala Hills. Lord Venkateswara Temple at Tirumala (Tirupati) is one of the most famous temples in India. With more than 35 million pilgrims visiting the temple every year, it is one of the most visited holy places and also one of the richest temples in the world. Built on the Venkata Hill, which is a part of the famous Seshachalam Hills, Tirupati Temple is considered as one of the holiest shrines. 

Deities

There are shrines of many deities within the complex of the temple. One of them is the shrine of Lord Ram, Sita, Lakshmana and Hanuman. The temple also has shrines dedicated to Lord Krishna, along with his consort Rukmini, Vishvaksena, Sugriva and Angad. While Sugriva and Angad are prominent figures from the Hindu epic Ramayanam, Vishvaksena is Lord Vishnu’s attendant who oversees the Lord's wealth. Apart from these deities, there are five principal deities and they are mentioned below:

  • Tirumala Dhruva Bera – Dhruva Bera is the main deity and is considered a source of energy. The idol of Lord Venkateswara is fixed and is believed to be a Swayambhu (self-manifested image). It is said that Lord Vishnu reincarnated on earth and assumed the form of Srinivasa (human form). During his stay on earth, he married princess Padmavati. When Goddess Lakshmi got to know about her husband’s second marriage, she went in search of him. When confronted by both Mahalakshmi and Padmavati, Lord Vishnu, who had assumed the form of Srinivasa, turns into stone. 
  • Bhoga Srinivasa – This is a small silver idol of the Lord which is always placed near the left foot of the main deity. This idol was donated to the temple by Queen Samavai of the Pallava dynasty in 614 A.D. The idol is usually swayed in a silver cradle and is made to sleep in a golden cot. Since the idol experiences all the worldly pleasures, it is called as Bhoga Srinivasa.
  • Ugra Srinivasa – The idol of Ugra Srinivasa is kept inside the sanctum sanctorum and is cleansed everyday with holy water, milk, ghee, curd, etc. Originally, the idol was used in the processions, but was later replaced by Utsava Beram. It is said that whenever the idol of Ugra Srinivasa was taken out for processions, fire accidents would take place inevitably. Hence, this idol was considered as the fierce from of Lord Venkateswara. 
  •  Utsava Beram – When the devotees could no longer use the idol of Ugra Srinivasa for processions, they offered their prayers to the Lord, requesting Him to suggest them an alternative. The Lord then appeared in one of His devotees’ dream and told him about another idol that can be used for processions. The devotees then found the idol of Utsava Beram in the hills of Seshachalam. The same idol is being used for processions to date.
  • Koluvu Srinivasa – Made from a combination of five metals, Koluvu Srinivasa is considered as the guardian deity who supervises all the activities, including the finances of the temple. The idol closely resembles Dhruva Bera and is also called Bali Beram.

 

 

Itinerary Dated :- 02.02.2020 to 14.02.2020 

 

Destination covered:- Tirupati – Kancipuram -  Tiruchirapalli  - Rameshwaram - Madurai - Kanyakumari - Martadam - Trivandrum

Boarding Points:- Jaipur, Dausa, Mathura, New delhi, Agra, Bhopal, Renigunta

De-boarding Points:-Thiruvananthapuram, Mangalore, Surat, Kota, Sawai Madhopur, Jaipur, Bhartapur, Mathura, New Delhi

 

For Train:

Day

Date

Time

Via

Details

Night Stay

1

2 Feb

6:00

Train no. 12626

Jaipur to Tirupati via Mathura/ Delhi

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2

3 Feb

20:58

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Arrival in Tirupati

Tirupati

3

4 Feb

Full Day

 

Tirupati Visit

Tirupati

4

5 Feb

Till 14:00

 

Tirupati Visit

Tirupati

5

6 Feb

05:00

Bus

Tirupati to Kancipuram

Kancipuram

09:00

 

Kancipuram  Arrival and Visit

6

7 Feb

09:25

Train No. 16127

Chengalpattu to Sri Rangam

Sri Rangam

13:16

 

Arrival in Sri Rangam and visit

7

8 Feb

 

 

Sri Rangam visit

Rameswaram (Train)

22:43

Train no 22661

Sri Rangam to Rameswaram

8

9 Feb

04:35

 

Arrival in Rameswaram and visit Rameshwarm

Madurai

9

10 Feb

06:00

Bus

Rameshwarm to Madurai and Madurai Visit

Kanyakumari

16:15

Train no 16127

Madurai to Kanyakumari

21:30

 

Arrival in Kanyakumari

10

11 Feb

 

 

Kanyakumari visit and left for Padmanabh swami via Martadam

Trivandrum

11

12 Feb

 

 

Padamnabh Darsan

 

14:15

Tarin no 22633

Trivandrum to Jaipur via kota

12

13 Feb

 

 

 

 

13

14 Feb

08:50

 

Sawai Madhopur and Jaipur by bus

 

 

 

 

 

For Flight:

Day

Date

Time

Via

Details

Night Stay

1

3 Feb

12:15

Flight No. 6E-498 | 6E-7114

Jaipur to Tirupati

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2

3 Feb

18:45

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Arrival in Tirupati

Tirupati

3

4 Feb

Full Day

 

Titupati Visit

Tirupati

4

5 Feb

Full Day

 

Tirupati Visit

Tirupati

5

6 Feb

05:00

Bus

Tirupati to Kancipuram

Kancipuram

09:00

 

Kancipuram  Arrival and Visit

6

7 Feb

09:25

Train No. 16127

Chengalpattu to Sri Rangam

Sri rangam

13:16

 

Arrival in Srirangam and visit

7

8 Feb

 

 

Sri rangam visit

Rameswaram (Train)

22:43

Train no 22661

Sri rangam to rameswaram

8

9 Feb

04:35

 

Arrival in rameswaram and visit rameshwarm

Madurai

9

10 Feb

06:00

Bus

Rameshwarm to Madurai and Madurai Visit

Kanyakumari

16:15

Train no 16127

Madurai to Kanyakumari

21:30

 

Arrival in kanyakumari

10

11 Feb

 

 

Kanyakumari visit and left for padmanabh swami via martandam

Trivendram

11

12 Feb

 

 

Padamnabh Darsan

 

17:05

 

 

Flight No. 6E-676 | 6E-838

Trivendram to Jaipur

23:00

 

 

Arrival in Jaipur

 

Indigo                                                 12:15 -------------------1 Stop via Bangalore------------------------18:45 

Flight No.- 6E-498| 6E-7114             Jaipur                                                                                    Tirupati               

 

 

Indigo                                               17:05 -------------------1 Stop via Bangalore------------------------23:00 

Flight No.- 6E-676| 6E-838            Thiruvananthapuram                                                              Jaipur                            

 

Package Inclusions:

  • Journey by Sleeper, AC Class train.
  • Accommodation in individual rooms in the best-facility hotel.
  • Comfortable Non AC road transfers.
  • Vegetarian food (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner).
  • Tour escort.
  • At destination, the transfer will be given to the point up to which bus can go or permissible.

Package Exclusions:

  • Items of personal nature i.e. laundry, medicines.
  • Entrance fee for monuments/ temples etc.
  • Any other items apart from the one mentioned in the itinerary.

* Passengers can upgrade the accommodation to any category of hotels at destination on extra cost based on the availability" 

Organization Management has right to alter itinerary under unavoidable circumstances and is not liable for any type of natural calamities/ strikes/ cancellations/ delay of train/insurgency of any such nature which is beyond control during the tour period. Management is not accountable for any theft or damage of luggage during the trip. 

Cancellation Policy:

No. of days before commencement of Trip*

Total Deductions

Up to 15 days

Rs. 2000/- per passenger

Up to 7-14 days

40 % of the package cost

Less than 7 days

100 % of the package cost

Terms and Conditions:

Important Note:

  • The management will provide maximum facilities to the tourists, inspite of it's natural to feel some inconvenience as Chanakya Pandit says, "Pardesh Kalesh Nreshan Koon". So try to bear such things as a matter of austerity.
  • Itinerary is tentative and can be changed or modified subject to smooth and timely running of Train.
  • Passengers before boarding the train should ensure the proper check-up of their body/ health from their Doctor in order to be fit for travelling, HKC will not be responsible for any mishap due to unfit condition/ health problem such as restlessness/ anxiety/ Unusual breathing problem of Asthmatic clients/ any other physical problems and Natural Death of the passengers.
  • At Destinations, Mangement wil provide individual rooms in good quality hotel, however if guest want, they can request the Tour Escort/Management for the booking of  more luxurious Hotel Rooms on extra cost paid by the guest as per the feasibility and availability.
  • Road Transportation will be provided at each destination in NON AC Buses only, however in case of non-availability of buses some other mode of road transportation may be arranged as per the availability and feasibility.
  • Only Rail and Road journeys are included in the itinerary, other journey such as by Boat/ Ships / Ferry is not included in the itinerary, the passengers undertaking water journey will be solely on their own risk and expenses, HKC will not be responsible for any mishap during the water journey.
  • At the destination if for any reason there is stampede/ accident/ drowning in Sea/ River due to negligence of the passengers or any situational factor, HKC will not be responsible for the same.
  • Management has right to alter itinerary under unavoidable circumstances and is not liable for any type of natural calamities/ strikes/ cancellation/ delay of train/ insurgency of any such nature which is beyond control during the tour period.
  • Management is not accountable for any theft or damage of luggage during the trip.

 

DO'S & DON'T :

Please go through the following points to make your journey better and comfortable: 

Tour Manager

  • Your Tour Manager is your source of information. Please follow guidelines of the Tour Manager at all times.

In the train

  • Do not pull the chain while traveling on train as it is a punishable offence when done without a valid reason.
  • Do not cross railway tracks. Use over foot bridges.
  • Do not waste any water unnecessarily in the train.
  • Lights and fans in the compartments should be switched off when not in use.

Attire

  • Please ensure that your attire does not offend the locals/visitors at the places you visit. At holy places, you should remove your shoes.

Decorum

  • Please maintain decency of language as a courtesy towards your fellow passengers in the train and other visitors at the places your visit.
  • Do not be rude while interacting with locals and do not indulge in any arguments. In case of any doubts on any matter, please communicate with the Tour Manager.
  • Please be in groups and follow timings at the places you visit as per instructions of the Tour Manager.
  • Photography may be restricted at certain places. Do not offend the local regulations.
  • HKC Management reserves the right to remove any passenger that it feels is creating discord on the tour.
  • HKC does not provide, promote Tea/Coffee /cigarettes/bidi etc. and condones the use of all such items in its programs. 
  • HKC Management does not take any responsibility for any meals bought from local eateries.

Sight seeing

  • The itinerary provided to you may change due to unavoidable circumstances. Please follow the instructions of Tour Manager.
  • HKC shall not be responsible for any mishaps caused due to negligence, non-compliance of instructions etc.
  • Charges for Guides, if hired, should be borne by you. HKC shall not responsible for the charges etc.
  • Entry Fee, if any, at the monuments should be borne by you.

Safety and Security

  • Please take complete care of your belongings during the tour.
  • Do carry a Photo Identity Card such as Voter's ID, Passport, PAN Card etc. for Security reasons.
  • Please leave the contact details of person(s) to be contacted in case of any Emergency with the Tour Manager.

 

For any kind of further queries and details on boarding, accomodation and travel please contact on the following numbers:
+91-9785034512
+91-7240232332

or you can just drop your mail at info@harekrishnacommunity.org