"ॐ तत्पुरुषाय विद्ध्महे महादेवाय धिमाही तन्नो रूद्र: प्रचोदयात!!!"


Kailash Manasarovar Yatra Helicopter - 2017

Kailash Manasarovar Yatra Helicopter  - 2017

Package Cost :-
Per Adult – Ex Kathmandu                 Rs 1,75,000/-  + GST 
Per Adult – Ex Nepalgung                  Rs 1,65,000/-   + GST 

Per Adult – Ex Kathmandu                 USD 3500 
Per Adult – Ex Nepalgung                  USD 3380 

Day 01

Flight to Kathmandu and Group will be welcome at airport and Transferred to Hotel. Evening briefing about Kailash trip.
Hotel 4star
Tour Briefing
Day 02
Morning  Darshan of the Pashupatinath temple and and afternoon fly to Nepalgunj
Flight 1 Hour
Day 03

Morning fly to Simikot( 3000m) afternoon visit Shiva Mandir
Sun Valley Resort or Similar
Flight 1 Hour
Day 04

After breakfast fly to Hilsa(3700m) and cross the Karnali river and drive to Purang( 3800m) Acclimatization
Purang Hotel
Helicopter 30 Min & Drive 1 Hour
Day 05

Drive to Manasarovar Lake (4500m), Start Parikrama of Mansarovar- 105km. Holy Bath & Puja
Guest House
Drive 3 Hours To Lake & Parikrama
Day 06
Morning Free And Aftre Lunch drive to Darchen
Darchen Hotel
1 Hour Drive By Bus
Day 07

Drive to Yamadwar  trek Kailash Parikrama starting pointand trek to Diraphuk. (4750m)

Drive 2 Hours & Walk 7 Hours
Day 08

Trek over Dolma la pass (5550m) and to Zuthulphuk
Guest House
Trek 4 Hours & Drive 3 Hours
Day 09

Trek to Tungla and Drive Hilsa Via Purang
Basic Guest House
Trek 3 Hours & Drive 4 Hrs
Day 10

Hilsa to Simikot Helicopter & Simikot to Kathmandu Flight Via Nepalgunj
Hotel  ****
30 Min Helicopter & Kathmandu Flight
Day 11

Drive to Airport and fly back to Home

Note: Itinerary are subject to change due to unavoidable circumstances and the extra cost occurred has to be paid by the clients.

Ex Kathmandu: Departure Date 2017

Ex Nepalgunj: Departure Date 2017

May:  06*, 12, 18, 24, 30
June: 05*, 11, 17, 23, 29,
July:  05*, 11, 17, 23, 29
Aug:  03*, 09, 15, 21, 27
Sept: 02*, 08, 14, 20,26,

May:  07*, 13, 19, 25, 31
June: 06*, 12, 18, 24, 30,
July:  06*, 12, 18, 24, 30
Aug:  04*, 10, 16, 22, 28
Sept: 03*, 09, 15, 19, 27,

Full Moon Dates : May 06*, June 05*, July 05*, Aug 03* Sept 02*

*      Airports Pick Up And Drop Services.
*      Double Sharing Full Board Basis 4-Starhotel In Kathmandu, As Per Itinerary
*      A Visit Of Pashupatinath Temple.
*      Scheduled Flight Kathmandu – Nepalgunj - Kathmandu
*      Scheduled Flight Nepalgunj – Simikot – Nepalgunj
*      Charter Helicopter Flight Share By 5-6 Person Simikot – Hilsa - Simikot
*      Double Sharing Hotel In Nepalgunj And 3or 4pax In Simikotand Tibet All Places With Meals
*      Transport By Tourist Bus Up Tomansarovar And Eco Buses From Masarovar To Darchenyamdwaras Per Group Sizes/Truck For Luggage.
*      Nepali Team Leader And Supporting Sherpa Team And Medical Insurance Of Staffs.
*      English Speaking Tibetan Guide, Chinese Visa Fee Of Client And Staff.
*      Veg. Indian Meals During The Trip And Guesthouses And Camping Charges In Tibet.
*      Duffel Bag (A Large Bag To Keep The Yatris Luggage For The Trip) Gore-Tex Jacket (Returnable-Trip)
*      All Camping And Cooking Equipment.
*      Yak For Kailash Parikrama Luggage Only And All Entrance And Conservation Fee Of Tibet.
*      Upper Humla Permit Fee For Client And Helicopter Landing.
*      Gamow Bag Oxygen And Oxy- Meter For Safety
*      Note: After The Mansarovar To Kailash- Private vehicles Are Not Allowed; So yatri will be escorted by the ECO- buses only 

*      All Beverages During Trip And In Kathmandu, Nepalgunj And Simikot.
*      Extra Rooms Bills Due To Flight Delays / Cancel  Due To Weather Conditions.
*      Stick And A Water Bottle.
*      Insurance Of Clients And Evacuation Cost.
*      Personal Horse Riding Charges During Kailash Parikrama
*      Domestic Excess Baggage Charges And Airport Taxes.

*      Tips For Supporting Staff

Booking And Payments
As Per New Rules Trip Booking Should Be Done In Advance Of 30 Days ,
Minimum 6 Months’ Valid Date Passport Is Required. 30 Days Prior To
Tour Departure Date, 100 % Payment with Color Passport Scan Copy .

Tour Cancellation Policy:
All Notice Of Cancellation Must Be Sent To Our Office In Written.
Verbal Cancellations Will Not Be Entertained.
30 Days Before Departure Date   50% Cancellation.
15 Days Before Departure Date   75% Cancellation.
07 Days Before Departure Date   100% Cancellation.
Tour Operators Has Fully Right To Change The Dates And Cancel The Trip If Any Unavoidable Circumstances.

Risk And Liabilities:
·         We Always Effort To Make Your Journey Smooth And Pleasant. However As All The Tibet Tours And Treks Are Run Strictly Under Tibet Tourism Bureau. Our Team Or Its Tibet Counterpart Agent Shall Not Be Responsible For Any Alternation Or Cancellation Of Program Due To Any Unavoidable Circumstances Beyond Control Such As Road Blockade, Landslide, Snow, Political Unrest Cancellation Of Flight, Delay Arrival, Lack Of Transport, Visa Rejected By Chinese Authorities, Sickness Or Accident. Any Extra Cost Incurring There Of Shall Be Borne By The Clients On The Spot. Since Tibet Is Very Remote Place And Road Are Very Rough Sometime Good Vehicle May Braked.
·         We Highly Advised To The Clients To Have Full Insurance Against Medical, Trip Cancellation And Personal Accident Risk.

For Booking and More Information Contact us.
Bharat Rawal
Mobile + 91 9226517781 / 7666882008
Email :bharat.kashyapa@gmail.com 

Om Namah Shivay

List of Shravana Festivals

List of Shravana Festivals 

Kamika Ekadashi (Shrawan Krishna Ekadashi) - Kamika Ekadashi is one of the twenty four Ekadashi vrats which are observed to seek blessing of Lord Vishnu.

Story About Kamika Ekadashi 

Shravan Somwar Vrats - All Mondays or Somwar(s) which fall during Shravan month are considered highly auspicious for fasting and known as Shravan Somwar.

Story and Pooja Vidhi for Shrawan Shomvar Vrat 

Mangala Gauri Vrats - Mangala Gauri Vrat is observed by married women on each Tuesday in Hindu month of Shravana to seek conjugal bliss from Goddess Gauri.

Mangala Gauri Vrat Story and Pooja Vidhi 

Hariyali Teej - Hariyali Teej commemorates union of Goddess Parvati with Lord Shiva. This festival is celebrated for marital bliss and well-being of spouse and children.

Nag Panchami - On Nag Panchami day married women offer puja and milk to Snake God and women pray for the wellness of their brothers and family.

Shravana Putrada Ekadashi - Shravana Putrada Ekadashi is one of the twenty four Ekadashi vrats which are observed to seek blessing of Lord Vishnu.

Varalakshmi Vratam - Varalakshmi Vratam is a festival to propitiate the goddess Lakshmi, the consort of Lord Vishnu.

Raksha Bandhan - The relationship between brothers and sisters is celebrated during Raksha Bandhan festival. It involves sisters tying a sacred thread around brothers' wrist.

Gayatri Jayanti - Gayatri Jayanti is observed as the birth anniversary of Goddess Gayatri, the Goddess of Veda.

Kalki Jayanti - Kalki Jayanti is the birth anniversary of Lord Vishnu in coming future. Kalki would be the tenth and the last incarnation of Lord Vishnu at the end of Kali Yuga.

Hayagriva Jayanti - Hayagriva Jayanti is the birth anniversary of Lord Hayagriva who is considered the incarnation of Lord Vishnu.

Narali Purnima - Shravana Purnima is popularly known as Narali Purnima in Maharashtra, especially at coastal Maharashtra and Konkani region.

Sanskrit Diwas - Sanskrit Diwas is celebrated to mark the importance of Sanskrit language, the mother of all Indian languages and the first among the ancient languages spoken in India.

Shravan Maas 2016 Dates and Vrat

Sawan Somwar Vrat Dates for Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh and Bihar
First day of Shravana Month
Sawan Somwar Vrat
Sawan Somwar Vrat
Sawan Somwar Vrat
Sawan Somwar Vrat
Last day of Shravana Month

Sawan Somwar Vrat Dates for Andhra Pradesh, Goa, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu
First day of Shravana Month
Sawan Somwar Vrat
Sawan Somwar Vrat
Sawan Somwar Vrat
Sawan Somwar Vrat
Last day of Shravana Month

Shrawan Maas

Bhojpur Shiv Temple , Bhopal ( M.P.)

Bhojpur Shiv Temple , Bhopal ( M.P.)

Bhojpur Temple in Located at Hills from 32 Kilometer from Capital of Madhya Pradesh. Its Not completed its unfinished contruted . The Temple also Known as Bhojeshwar Temple.

The Temple Build by The Famous King of Parmar Vansha RAJA BHOJ in (1010-1055 Isvi Sanvat) .The Temple is very good example of Engineering.Temple Have many Amazing Features.

* Huge Shivalanga 
(World Tallest Shivalanga) :-
The Temple have Huge Shivalinga and its world Tallest Shivalinga.and made by huge same stone. Shivaling Entire Length is 5.5 Meters (18 Feet ), Beas 2.3 Meter (7.5 Feet), and Only Linga's Lenth is 3.85 Meters (12 Feet) 

* Earthen Slop Ramp on Back side of Temple :-
The Slop Ramp is best example of Engineering .The Slop ramp in use for Temple construction for Temple and for Carry huge rock and constructions material. 

*  Unfinished constructions :-
The Temple construction is uncomplicated. No any strong reason behind this but and stories says. The Temple to be built in one night but they not completion of Roof till morning. 

* Round Roof Top :-
Temple have round shape roof top.The Temple was built before arrival of Muslim .This is the Example that round roof top is invented by us.

* Pillars of Temple :-
The Temple's Uncompleted Roof balanced on these four pillars . Height of Pillars in 40 Feets.

The annul fair is held on Twin is a Year at The Temple.First on Makar Sankranti and the Second on MAHASHIVRATRI. Many People come to visit the Famous Fair from All over the India.On MAHASHIVRATRI  Held for 03 Days  Bhojpur Mahotsav. 

On the West side of Temple a caves is Called Parvati Gufa. and Also an Uncompleted Jain temple is there. In jain Temple 06 meters Tall Jain Bhagwan Shantinath and 02 other Parshavnath and Suparasnath statue is there. and on Shilalekh name written of RAJA BHOG. The Shilalekh in Only epigraphic  evidence of  RAJA BHOG.

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