1 Day Mumbai To Dehu-Alandi Tour Package By Cab

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Are you looking for a one day tour package from Mumbai that will take you to some of the most sacred and historic places in Maharashtra? If yes, then you should consider booking a 1 Day Mumbai to Dehu-Alandi tour package by private cab. This tour will take you to the holy towns of Dehu and Alandi, which are associated with two of the most revered poet-saints of Maharashtra, Sant Tukaram and Sant Dnyaneshwar.

You will get to visit the temples, monuments, and places where these saints lived, composed, and attained enlightenment. You will also get to witness the rich culture, tradition, and devotion of the people who follow the Varkari sect, which is based on the teachings of these saints.

You will also enjoy the scenic beauty of the Western Ghats and the Indrayani River on your way. 1 Day Mumbai to Dehu-Alandi tour package is ideal for anyone who wants to experience the spiritual and historical aspects of Maharashtra in a short span of time.

So, what are you waiting for? Book your 1 day Mumbai to Dehu-Alandi Tour Package by private cab today and get ready for an unforgettable journey. 😊

Places to Visit during 1 day Mumbai To Dehu-Alandi Tour Package by cab

Most Important

  • Mumbai
  • No Meal
  • 50% Advance Payment
  • Cab
  • Dehu, Alandi

Overview 1 day Mumbai To Dehu-Alandi Tour Package by cab

A 1 day Mumbai to Dehu-Alandi tour package by private cab is a perfect way to explore the spiritual and historical heritage of Maharashtra. You will visit the holy towns of Dehu and Alandi, where two of the most revered poet-saints of Maharashtra, Sant Tukaram and Sant Dnyaneshwar, lived and attained enlightenment. You will see the temples, monuments, and places that are associated with their life and works.

You will also witness the devotion and culture of the Varkari sect, which follows the teachings of these saints. You will enjoy the scenic beauty of the Western Ghats and the Indrayani River on your way. This tour is ideal for anyone who wants to experience the essence of Maharashtra in a short span of time.

Highlight's 1 day Mumbai To Dehu-Alandi Tour Package by cab

  • Visit the Gatha Temple in Dehu, which has carvings of all the 4,500 verses composed by Sant Tukaram on its walls.
  • Explore Bhandara Dongar, a hill near Dehu where Sant Tukaram used to meditate and write his poems. The hill has a temple of Lord Vitthal-Rakhumai and Tukaram on its top and some ancient Buddhist caves on its side.
  • Pay your respects at the Dnyaneshwar Maharaj Samadhi Temple in Alandi, which is built over the samadhi of Sant Dnyaneshwar under the Siddheshwar temple complex. The temple has a silver idol of Dnyaneshwar and his silver sandals, which are carried to Pandharpur every year during the annual Wari pilgrimage.
  • Experience the rituals and ceremonies performed by the devotees at the Indrayani Ghat in Alandi, which is on the bank of the Indrayani River near the temple. The ghat is a sacred place for Hindus, who believe that bathing in the river washes away their sins.
  • Enjoy the local delicacies such as puran poli, bhakri, pitla, and shrikhand at one of the many restaurants or food stalls in Alandi.

Itinerary of 1 Day Mumbai to Dehu-Alandi Tour Package By cab

Start your journey early in the morning from Mumbai and drive towards Dehu, which is about 140 km away. You can enjoy the scenic views of the Western Ghats and the Lonavala-Khandala valley on the way.
Reach Dehu by 10 am and visit the Gatha Temple, which is dedicated to Sant Tukaram, a 17th century poet-saint of the Varkari sect. The temple has carvings of all the 4,500 verses (gathas) composed by Tukaram on its walls. You can also see the house where Tukaram lived and the well from which he drew water
Next, head to Bhandara Dongar, a hill near Dehu where Tukaram used to meditate and write his poems. The hill has a temple of Lord Vitthal-Rakhumai and Tukaram on its top. You can also see some ancient Buddhist caves on the hill that date back to the 2nd century. The hill offers a panoramic view of the surrounding area and is a good spot for photography.
After exploring Bhandara Dongar, drive to Alandi, which is about 15 km from Dehu. Alandi is another holy town associated with Sant Dnyaneshwar, a 13th century poet-saint and the author of Dnyaneshwari, a Marathi commentary on the Bhagavad Gita. Alandi is also the place where Dnyaneshwar took sanjeevan samadhi, a voluntary form of self-entombment, at the age of
Visit the Dnyaneshwar Maharaj Samadhi Temple, which is built over the samadhi of Dnyaneshwar under the Siddheshwar temple complex. The temple has a silver idol of Dnyaneshwar and his silver sandals (paduka), which are carried to Pandharpur every year during the annual Wari pilgrimage. You can also see the writings of Dnyaneshwar on palm leaves and his original wooden writing board in the temple.
Next, go to the Indrayani Ghat, which is on the bank of the Indrayani River near the temple. The ghat is a sacred place for Hindus, who believe that bathing in the river washes away their sins. The ghat is also where people bring the ashes of their relatives to be ceremoniously immersed in the river. You can witness the rituals and ceremonies performed by the devotees at the ghat.
After spending some time at the ghat, you can have lunch at one of the many restaurants or food stalls in Alandi that serve local delicacies such as puran poli, bhakri, pitla, and shrikhand.
In the afternoon, you can visit some other attractions in Alandi, such as the Ram Mandir, which is said to be built by Dnyaneshwar himself; the Vitthal-Rukmini Mandir, which has a black stone idol of Lord Vitthal; and the Muktai Mandir, which is dedicated to Dnyaneshwar’s younger sister Muktabai.
By evening, you can start your return journey to Mumbai by cab. You can reach Mumbai by night after an enriching and spiritual tour of Dehu-Alandi.

Includes/Excludes

Including Package

  • Pick-Up And Drop From Hotel / Home Mumbai
  • Selected Cab Charges.
  • Driver Charges.
  • Toll Charges.
  • Parking Charges.

Excluding Package

  • Multiple Pickup And Drop.
  • Accommodation.
  • Food (Lunch, Breakfast, or any Food.)
  • Entry Fee. (Some Places Charge Entry Fee.
  • Airport Parking
  • Extra Time Duration

FAQ's

What is the best time to visit Dehu and Alandi?

The best time to visit Dehu and Alandi is during the winter season, from November to February, when the weather is pleasant and comfortable. You can also visit during the monsoon season, from June to September, when the Western Ghats and the Indrayani River are lush and green. However, you may face some roadblocks and traffic jams due to heavy rainfall. You should avoid visiting during the summer season, from March to May, when the temperature is very high and humid.

How much does 1 day Mumbai To Dehu-Alandi Tour cost?

The cost of 1 day Mumbai To Dehu-Alandi Tour depends on various factors, such as the type of cab you choose, the number of people in your group, the distance covered, and the toll charges. You can expect to pay around Rs. 5999 to Rs. 8,000 for a round trip by a private cab from Mumbai to Dehu-Alandi. This does not include the entry fees, parking charges, food expenses, and any other personal expenses that you may incur during the tour.

What are the places to visit in 1 day Mumbai To Dehu-Alandi Tour?

1 day Mumbai To Dehu-Alandi Tour covers the following places in Dehu and Alandi:

  • Gatha Temple: A temple dedicated to Sant Tukaram, a 17th century poet-saint of the Varkari sect. The temple has carvings of all the 4,500 verses (gathas) composed by Tukaram on its walls.
  • Bhandara Dongar: A hill near Dehu where Sant Tukaram used to meditate and write his poems. The hill has a temple of Lord Vitthal-Rakhumai and Tukaram on its top and some ancient Buddhist caves on its side.
  • Dnyaneshwar Maharaj Samadhi Temple: A temple built over the samadhi of Sant Dnyaneshwar, a 13th century poet-saint and the author of Dnyaneshwari, a Marathi commentary on the Bhagavad Gita. The temple has a silver idol of Dnyaneshwar and his silver sandals (paduka), which are carried to Pandharpur every year during the annual Wari pilgrimage.
  • Indrayani Ghat: A ghat on the bank of the Indrayani River near the temple. The ghat is a sacred place for Hindus, who believe that bathing in the river washes away their sins. The ghat is also where people bring the ashes of their relatives to be ceremoniously immersed in the river.
  • Ram Mandir: A temple said to be built by Dnyaneshwar himself. The temple has a black stone idol of Lord Ram.
  • Vitthal-Rukmini Mandir: A temple that has a black stone idol of Lord Vitthal, who is considered to be an incarnation of Lord Vishnu.
  • Muktai Mandir: A temple dedicated to Muktabai, Dnyaneshwar’s younger sister and a saint herself. The temple has a marble idol of Muktabai.

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1 Day Mumbai To Dehu-Alandi Tour Package By Cab

Most Important

  • Mumbai
  • No Meal
  • 50% Advance Payment
  • Cab
  • Dehu, Alandi

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