Naimisaranyam, also known as Neemsar, Nimsar or Nimkhar is a Hindu temple dedicated to Vishnu located in the north Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. It is one of the Divya Desams, the 108 temples of Vishnu revered in Nalayira Divya Prabandham by the 12 poet saints, or Alwars.
Vishnu has many names out of which one is called “Animisha or “one who is always awake, vigilant and alert”. Another name for Naimisharanya is Nemi basically means the outer surface of the chakra. ... A Chakra Tirtha always has a sacred bathing place that is shaped in the form of a chakra.
Naimisharanya is far-famed from the time of Satya Yug or Kritha Yug. it's the place wherever several sages have performed their penance. it's believed that on visiting this sacred place, folks ar obviate their sins. ... Naimisharanya is additionally stated as Naimish or Neemsaar or Neemshaar.
Located far away from around 94 miles from Lucknow, is the Naimisharanya Misrikh Temple. It is a significant pilgrimage middle and draws enthusiasts from all over India. Naimisharanya Misrikh of Uttar Pradesh can be visited as an integral aspect of excursions from Lucknow as it is situated quite far from Lucknow. The Naimisharanya Misrikh of U.P. is a middle for spiritual discussion and individuals come here for getting psychological serenity.
Lucknow - Naimisharanyam - Ayodhya - Allahabad - Chitrakoot - Lucknow
4 Nights & 5 Days
Day 01:Arrival Lucknow sightseeing
Morning pick-up from Railway station/Airport & drive to hotel.Check into hotel.after refreshment going to visit Lucknow sightseeing.Later drive back to hotel & Night stay at hotel.
Day 02: Lucknow-Naimisharanyam-Ayodhya
Check out and proceed towards Naimisharanyam(90km,2 ½ hrs). Naimisharanyam is renowned from the time of Satya Yuga. Places of visit include Chakra tirtha, Vyas Gaddi, Hanuman Garhi, Pandav Kila, Dawpuri Mandir, Balaji Mandir. After lunch leave for Ayodhya(210km,4hrs). Night halt at Ayodhya.
Day 03: Ayodhya-Allahabad
Morning take a dip in the holy Sarayu river which finds mention in the Ramayana. Ayodhya sightseeing includes Sri Ram Janmabhoomi-the birthplace of Lord Ram-Valmiki Bhawan and Kanak Bhawan-one of the finest temple supposedly gifted to Sita by Kaikeyi immediately after her marriage. After lunch leave for Allahabad.(170km,3 ½ hrs) Night stay at Allahabad.
Day 04: Allahabad-Chitrakoot
Early morning proceed towards Chitrakoot(140km, 4hrs). Chitrakoot is the place where Lord Ram, Sita and Lakshman spent eleven and half years out of their fourteen years in exile. Sightseeing places include Ramghat-Mandakini Ashram, Gupta Godavari, Sphatik Shila-a picturesque place and Sati Anusuya Ashram dedicated to Rishi Atreya and his wife Anusuya. Night halt in Chitrakoot.
Day 05: Chitrakoot – Lucknow
Morning, proceed towards Lucknow. Take a dip in Triveni sangam which is the confluence of three rivers- Ganga, Yamuna and the invisible Saraswathi river.later drive back to Lucknow.On arrival drop your ownward destination.
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