Day 1 - Delhi / Chandigarh Via Mansa Devi Temple - 6 Hour
After you reach Delhi, take off for Chandigarh. On the way to Chandigarh, you can pay a visit to Mata Mansa Devi Temple that is devoted to Maa Mansa and is one of the most pious temples throughout the country. People from different places visit here to seek blessings.
When you reach Chandigarh, check-in at the pre-booked hotel for a comfortable stay. You can go for sightseeing at various places of attraction in Chandigarh. The famous Rock Garden, Sukhana Lake, and Tower of Shadows are the main places for tourists.
Day 2 - Chandigarh - Nainadevi (125 km 2hrs ) - Chintpurni/Sheetla Devi (150 km. 2 ½ hrs) – Kangra (70 km 1 ½ hrs)
In the morning drive towards Bilaspur where Naina Devi Temple is situated. To get to the temple located on the hilltop, you can travel via a cable car or take the stairs. Naina Devi Temple is one of the 51 Shaktipeethas and is a famous pilgrimage site of Himachal Pradesh. It is the place where the Sati's eyes fell down.
After that, take off for Sheetla Devi Temple that is devoted to Maa Sheetla Devi. Do not forget to stop at Chintpurni Temple. It is a spiritual temple that holds quite a religious essentiality. There is a belief that those who people's wishes are fulfilled if they long for something with a true heart. Stay at the hotel at night.
Day 3 - Kangra - Jwala Ji (35 km 1 hr.) / Bhagula Mukhi / Kangra Devi / Mata Kapal Pathri / Mata Kangra Ji /Mata Jawala Ji
Dharamshala is your next stop this morning. Check-in at the hotel. Visit the Mata Jwala Ji Temple that is a spiritual temple devoted to Goddess Jwalamukhi. The temple contains nine flames named after nine goddesses- Mahakali, Chandi, Unpurna, Bindhya Basni, Hinglaj, Maha Lakshmi, Ambika, Saraswati, and Anji Devi.
After that Maa Bhagula Mukhi Temple has to be your stop. Seek blessings of the Goddess of knowledge and leave for Kangra Devi Temple. Here people worship Maa Kangra in the form of ‘Pindi’. Stay overnight at Kangra.
Day 4 - Kangra – Chamunda Devi (70km. 1½ hrs.) - Dharamshala (30km. 30 minutes) – Dalai Lama Monastery
Visit the Chamunda Devi Temple in the morning. Chamunda Devi is a mother Goddess who is also known as Chamundi. Seek the blessings of Maa Chamunda and go for sightseeing in the afternoon. Tourist attractions like Bhagsu Nag temple and Dalai Lama Monastery are worth visiting. Stay at the hotel at night.
Day 5 - Dharamshala / Katra (250 km. 5 - 6 hrs.)
Go to Katra via Jammu in the morning. When you arrive in Katra, check-in at a pre-booked hotel. Spend the day the as per your wish. Explore the nearby local markets in Katra. Spend the night at Katra.
Day 6 - Katra Vaishno Devi
Goat to Vaishno Devi for Darshan. In the morning, trek your way to the holiest shrine in India that is Vaishno Devi Shrine. Vaishno Devi Mandir is the abode of Maa Vaishno Devi, also known as Mata Rani. She is considered an illustration of Mother Goddess.
It is a belief that no prayer here goes away unanswered. Start trekking back to Katra and stay overnight at the hotel.
Day 7 - Katra / Amritsar - (270 km. 5 - 6 hrs.)
Drive to Amritsar and visit the Wagah border. It is the border that connects India and Pakistan. An evening ceremony takes place here every single day. After that, spend the night at the hotel.
Day 8 - Amritsar / Delhi – (500 km. 9 hrs.)
Have some breakfast and checkout. Go sightseeing in Amritsar and pay a visit to Golden Temple or Harmandir Sahib. Jallianwala Bagh holds immense historical significance as it commemorates the mass massacre by General Dyer during the time where Britishers ruled. Carry on with your journey from the Airport or the railway station.
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