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Duration: 4 DAYS
Location: INDIA
Vaishnodevi Tour operator
COLORS OF VAISHNODEVI BHADERVAH – Vaishnodevi Tour Package (3 nights and 4 days)
Day One
Delhi -Jammu (300 KM) & Jammu – Katra (45 KM)

Journey starts from Delhi to Jammu by train 3rd Ac on 29th Aug at Departs 5:30 am MALWA EXPRESS train Number 12919 & Arrives Jammu at 4:05 Pm . Reach Jammu Railway Station , You will start your onward journey towards Katra by Car. You will drive to your prebooked hotel . Check into the hotel. After wash & change rest a while to get ready for your Trek to Bhawan. While Trekking towards Bhawan; you can have darshan of Adhkhuwari. After darshan of the Garbjoon at Adkhuwari, you can proceed your journey towards Bhawan. Reach Bhawan and have darshan of the Vaishnomataji. After coming back from Shiv Gufa, proceed for Bairav Baba Temple. Arrive Katra in the mevening. Rest at the Hotel or roam around at the local market. Stay at the Hotel.

Vaishnodevi: Vaishnodevi is one of the holy Hindu temples dedicated to Shakti, located in the hills of Vaishno Devi, Jammu and Kashmir, India. In Hinduism, Vaishno Devi, also known as Mata Rani and Vaishnavi, is a manifestation of the Mother Goddess. The temple is near the town of Katra, in the Reasi district in the state of Jammu and Kashmir. It is one of the most revered places of worship in India. The shrine is at an altitude of 5200 feet and a distance of approximately 14 kilometres (8.4 miles) from Katra. Approximately 8 million pilgrims (yatris) visit the temple every year and it is the second most visited religious shrine in India, after Tirumala Venkateswara Temple. The Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine Board maintains the shrine. A rail link from Udhampur to Katra is being built to facilitate pilgrimage. The nearest airport is Jammu Airport which has very high flight frequency. All leading domestic airlines have their services to Jammu Airport.

The Truth of Vaishnodevi: According to a Hindu epic, Maa Vaishno Devi was born in the south of India in the home of Ratnakar Sagar. Her worldly parents had remained childless for a long time. Ratnakar had promised, the night before the birth of the Divine child, that he would not interfere with whatever his child desired. Ma Vaishno Devi was called Trikuta as a child. Later She was called Vaishnavi because of Her taking birth from Lord Vishnu’s lineage. When Trikuta was 9 years old, She sought her father’s permission for doing penance on the seashore. Trikuta prayed to Lord Vishnu in the form of Rama. During Shree Rama’s search for Sita, He reached the seashore along with His army. His eyes fell on this Divine Girl in deep meditation. Trikuta told Shree Rama that She had accepted Him as Her husband. Shree Rama told Her that during this Incarnation He had vowed to be faithful to only Sita. However pleased with her devotion , Lord Rama gave her name vaishnavi (devotee of lord rama (Maha Vishnu)and assured Her that in Kaliyuga He would manifest as Kalki and would marry Her.

In the meantime Shree Rama asked Trikuta to meditate in the cave found in the Trikuta Range of Manik Mountains, situated in Northern India.Lord Ram gave her a bow and arrows, army of monkeys and a lion for her protection, Ma decided to observe the ‘Navratra’ for the Victory of Shree Rama against Ravana. Hence one reads the Ramayana during the 9 days of Navratra, in remembrance of the above connection. Shree Rama promised that the whole world would sing Ma Vaishno Devi’s praise. Lord Rama also said Trikuta was to become famous as Vaishno Devi and would become immortal forever.The adobe of Maa Vaishno devi is attaining huge pilgrimage attraction due to Lord Rama’s blessings to the goddess. With the passage of time many more stories about the Mother Goddess emerged. One such story is about Shree-Dhar. Shree-Dhar was an ardent devotee of Ma Vaishno Devi. He resided in a village called Hansali, 2 km away from the present Katra town. Once Ma appeared to him in the form of a young bewitching girl. The young girl asked the humble Pandit to hold a ‘Bhandara’. (A feast to feed the mendicants and devotees) The Pandit set out to invite people from the village and near-by places. He also invited ‘Bhairav Nath’ a selfish tantrik. Bhairav Nath asked Shri-Dhar how he was planning to fulfil the requirements. He reminded him of the bad consequences in case of failure. As Panditji was lost in worry, the Divine girl appeared and told Him not to be despondent as everything had been arranged. She asked that over 360 devotees be seated in the small hut. True to Her word the Bhandara went smoothly with food and place to spare. Bhairav Nath admitted that the girl had supernatural powers and decided to test Her further. He followed the Divine girl to Trikuta Hills. For 9 months Bhairav Nath was searching for the mystic girl in the mountains, whom he believed was an incarnation of the Mother Goddess. While running away from Bhairav, Devi shot an arrow into the Earth from which
water gushed out.

The resultant river is known as Baanganga. It is believed that by taking a bath in Baanganga (Baan: Arrow), a believer of the Mother Goddess can wash away all his sins. The banks of the river, known as Charan Paduka, are marked by Devi’s foot imprints, which remains intact till date. Vaishno Devi then took shelter in a cave known as
Garbh Joon near Adhkawari where she meditated for 9 months attaining spiritual wisdom and powers. Her meditation was cut short when Bhairav located her. Vaishno Devi was then compelled to take the form of Maha Kali when Bhairav tried to kill her. The manifestation of the Mother Goddess took place at the mouth of the Holy cave at Darbar. The Goddess then beheaded Bhairav with such sheer force, that his skull fell at a place known as Bhairav Ghati, 2.5 km from the Holy Cave. In his dying moments, Bhairav pleaded for forgiveness.

The Goddess knew that Bhairav’s main intention in attacking
her was to achieve salvation. She not only granted Bhairav liberation from the cycle of reincarnation, but also granted him a boon, whereby every devotee, in order to ensure completion of the pilgrimage, had to visit Bhairav Nath’s temple near the Holy cave after the darshan of the Goddess.Meanwhile Vaishno Devi assumed the shape of a rock with three pindis (heads) and immersed herself into meditation forever. Meanwhile, Pandit Shree-Dhar became impatient. He started to march towards Trikuta Mountain on the same path that he had witnessed in a dream. He ultimately reached the cave mouth. He made a daily routine of worshipping the ‘Pindis’ in several ways. His worship pleased the Goddess. She appeared in front of him and blessed him. Since that day, Shree-Dhar and his descendants have been worshipping the Goddess Mother Vaishno Devi.

Day Two
Katra –Patnitop (70 KM) – Patnitop -Bhaderwah (100 KM )

Journey starts from Katra to Patnitop which is one of the most beautiful summer resort in the valley Enjoy the Sight scene of Sanasar, Natha Top, and Nag Temple circular Road, & proceed to Bhaderwah Check in TRC in Bhaderwah. In the evening enjoy the Sight Scene of Lake View of Gatha & boating there .Overnight at TRC in Bhaderwah.\

Bhaderwah :-
Bhaderwah also know as “Nagon ki bhoomi” means ‘land of Snakes’. The history is very little known to general masses. The Bhaderwah Town ( Nagar Bhaderwah ) was known as Hettary Nagar and prior to that, there were two mother towns namely Donga nagar and Udho Nagar. Both the Nagar was situated around villages Mondha which is about 3 Kms. In the East of present Bhaderwah town. History tells us that sometime back both the Nagars were flooded due to torrential floods from Himalayan Ranges, and the presence of the big boulders in abundance available in the present era reveal the story of disaster occurred then. Later on, the people of Bhaderwah selected a place for their rehabilitation in Seeri (from word ‘SEER’ meaning a vast piece of land), now known as Seeri Bazar, a vast field belonging to a Zamindar (Farmer) and reconstructed their dwellings around it. The revolutionaries followed him with great Zeal, and killed him in the cave itself.

After two months from this incident, the Govt. of Chamba once again raided Bhaderwah. The forces under the command of Shagtu Kotwal fought with the forces of Chamba Raja at Padri Dhar for at least three days wherein the general Nathu Ram of Chamba was badly defeated. A few days after repulsing the Chamba Force, he managed to present himself before Maharaja Gulab Singh at Jammu for accession of Bhaderwah with the J&K State . The Maharaja Gulab Singh gladly accepted the proposal and the brave General Shagtu Kotwal was awarded with a Jagir (Poperty) in Kailar named Droundi. It occurred during the year of 1902 Bikrami i.e. in about 1854, when the revenue of Rabi Crop was collected by the Chamba Rulers and that of Kharief Crop Revenue by the Jammu and Kashmir Rulers.

Day Three
Bhaderwah – Jai Valley – Bhaderwah (30 KM)

Morning excursion trip to Jai Valley is picturesque valley, 30 kms. From Bhadarwah. It is an extremely beautiful valley spread over 6 kms. Sight Scene of Kapra Temple (Location of Mata ki chowki serial) Other attraction is extremely beautiful Chinta valley. Another nearby attraction is a beautiful sprawling meadow Jai Valley. Main Attraction of the valley is Igloo huts/ Tented accommodation .back to Bhadarwah & enjoys the holy places Gupt Ganga Temple, Vasuki Nag Temple, Jamia Masjid, Chandi Mata Temple (Chanote) .Overnight at the hotel.

Day Four
Bhaderwah – Khellani (15 KM)- Khellani – Udhampur (140 KM)

After breakfast morning excursion trip to local Bhaderwah sightseeing of Khellani .Enjoy the beauty of Khellani. After that you will transfer towards Udhampur Railway Station Udhampure to Delhi (UHP DEE AC SUP Departs 5:55 PM Udhampur Arrives 4:20 AM Delhi )

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