Mahadev. Shiva. The Destroyer of Evil. Called by different names but ultimately the Supreme Being. Being a Hindu, most of the people come across the term “Jyotirlinga” quite a few times while growing up. Shiva’s Jyotirlinga is highly revered among the Hindus. A Jyotirlinga is a shrine where Lord Shiva is worshipped in the form of a Jyotirlingam. Now you would ask what a Jyotirlingam is? It is the radiant sign (phallus symbol) of The Almighty. There are 12 Jyotirlinga in India. It is believed that Lord Shiva first manifested himself on Earth on the night of the Aridra Nakshatra, thus the special reverence for the Jyotirlinga. There is no unique appearance to mark the Jyotirlingas. Many people believe that you can see these lingas as columns of fire piercing through the earth after you reach a high level of spiritual attainment. Originally there were 64 Jyotirlingas out of which 12 are considered to be highly auspicious and holy. The 12 Jyotirlingas sites in India take the name of the presiding deity. Each considered a different manifestation of Lord Shiva. The primary image as all these lingas is the “lingam” representing the beginning and end stambh pillar or the infinite nature of Lord Shiva.
Day 1 Rajkot - Jamnagar--Dwarka (220 km)Arrive Rajkot Railway station / Airport and then post pickup process to Dwarka on the way visit Lakhota lake and Lakhota museum. take lunch, visit Bala hanuman temple and process to dwarka overnight stay at hotel.
Day 2 DwarkaMorning Breakfast then visit the sacred town of Dwarka. Visit Dwarkadeesh Temple. Take a holy dip in Gomti river, later leave to visit Nageshwar Jyotirling, Gopi Talav , Bet Dwarka, and on way back do visit Rukmani Temple, evening visit other temples on coastal area, attend evening aarti at Dwarkadish temple. Overnight stay at the hotel.
Day 3 Dwarka– Porbandar – Somnath (240 Km) ApproxAfter breakfast check out from the hotel & drive to Somnath. En-route visits of Porbandar – Kirti Mandir, Sudama Temple. Later continued drive Somnath, visits Famous Somnath Jyotirling Temple, and Bhalka Tirth. Overnight Stay in Hotel at Somnath..
Day 4 Somnath- Virpur-Gondal-Rajkot (220 km)After breakfast , Enroute visit Jalaram Temple at Virpur. Also visit Swaminarya temple, Navlakha Palace and Vintage Car museum at Gondal, and evening drop Rajkot railway station.
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