Bidar Fort

Dear All

We @ Shikhar vedh has arranged a Tour to an offbeat destination Bidar – Basavkalyan on 26 – 27 September 2020

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COST of the tour : 

Rs. 7500/- per person ( Mumbai to Mumbai )

Rs. 6500/- per person (Pune to Pune)

 & would include:

  1. Travel  by private vehicle
  2. Accommodation in triple sharing basis in hotel
  3. Sightseeing around Bidar & Basavkalyan
  4. Veg Food for 2 days B, L , D
  5. All Entry Fees and Guide Charges (Except camera fee if any)
  6. Shikhar Vedh Administrative charges

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About the places -

Bidar Fort :: The Bidar fort is a specimen of the Persian architectural style having 1.21 km in length and 0.80 km in breadth, with a quadrangular layout. Surrounded by three miles long walls and comprising 37 bastions, it is surrounded by a triple moat.

There are seven gates in the fort. The dominant main gate exhibits Persian style architecture. The Gumbad Darwaza depicts arches with stilted size, also in Persian style. The Sherza Darwaza, the second gate of entry depicts two images of tigers carved on its fascia. The other gates are the Fateh Gate on the south, Talghat Gate in the east, Delhi Gate and Mandu Gate. The prominent bastion at the entry is known as the Munda Burj with guns positioned on it.

Within the fort complex, there is an old city, with monuments and structures from Bahamian era. Among these monuments, Gagan Mahal, Rangin Mahal and Tarkash Mahal are most popular. Jami Masjid and Solah Khamba Masjid are the two notable mosques constructed within the fort.

The inner section of the fort behind Solah Khamba Mosque has few wonderful monuments like Diwan-i-Am (also known as Jali Mahal) was a Public Audience hall built by Bahamani Sultans in 14th-15th centuries. It is currently in ruins. The Jalis can be still in the upper windows of the structure.

Beside the Diwan-i-Am is a wonderful structure known as Diwan-i-Khass also called Takht Mahal or Throne Palace. It was built by Bahamani Sultan Ahmad Shah between 1422-1436. This is the place where coronation of several Bahamani and Barid Shahi sultans was taken place. The palace used to be adorned with beautifully colored tiles and stone carvings part of which can be still seen on the arches. This structure is closed for public and the outer sections can be seen from outside.

Behind Diwan-i-Khass, an old temple known as Valkoti Bhavani temple exists along with few settlements.

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Basavakalyan Fort: is considered to be one of the oldest and most imposing forts in South India. It was built by King Nalaraja in the 10th century. Basavakalyan, earlier known as Kalyani, was the royal capital of the Western Chalukyan

The fort is strategically built as a defensive structure, with inter-connecting boulders scattered on the hills with strong fort walls. The fort has seven gates, five of them are in perfect condition. At the entrance there is a solid arch with balconies which can be accessed by steps on both sides. The main gate to the citadel is known as the Akhand Darwaza and has been built with four red stone slabs. There is a temple adjoining the Rajmahal palace and a square pond in front of the temple, towards the west side of the temple is the Rani Mahal.

The majority of the places in the fort are now in ruins, the only maintained structure that can be found here is the mosque as an Urdu school is running here. The museum adjoining the fort has a number of Jain idols which belong to the 10th and 11th centuries. There is a large cannon placed at one of the bastions of the fort.

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Rendezvous: Dadar / Thane @ 20:00 Hrs on Friday 

The itinerary for the event is given below:

Day 0: Friday – 25 September 2020

Depart Mumbai by private vehicle @ 20:00 Hrs

Pune Pick up @ 23:00 Hrs

Day 1: Saturday – 26 September 2020

Arrive in Bidar @ 08:00 hrs

Check in Hotel, Freshen up & have breakfast

leave by 10:00 am for Bidar Sightseeing

Sightseeing:  Bidar Fort

(Rangin Mahal, Solah Khambh Masjid, Gagan Mahal, Diwan-e-aam, Royal Pavillion, Tarkash Mahal)

14;00 hrs : Lunch – Time

Guru Jhira Sahib, Bahmani Ruler tombs, Barid Shahi Tombs, Madrassa of Mahmud Gawan, Chaubara, Deva Deva Vana,

Dinner & Overnight @ Hotel

Day 2: Sunday – 27 September 2020

Wake by early by 06.00 hrs & finish with Morning ablutions & Breakfast.

Sightseeing: Narasimha Jharni Temple, breakfast,

10:00 Hrs: Leave for Basavakalyan (2 hrs)

12 :00 Hrs : Visit Basavanna Statue – Explore the cave

Lunch @ Basavakalyan

Visit Basavakalyan Fort & Museum

16:30 Hrs : Leave Basavakalyan

Dinner on the way

23:30 Hrs : @ Pune

Day 3: Monday – 28 September 2020

04:30 Hrs :: Reach Dadar

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COST of the tour : 

Rs. 7500/- per person ( Mumbai to Mumbai )

Rs. 6500/- per person (Pune to Pune)

 & would include:

  1. Travel  by private vehicle AC
  2. Accommodation in triple sharing basis in hotel
  3. Sightseeing around Bidar & Basavkalyan
  4. Veg Food for 2 days B, L , D
  5. All Entry Fees and Guide Charges (Except camera fee if any)
  6. Shikhar Vedh Administrative charges

Note: One has to pay Advance Rs 4500/- pp (non-refundable) in advance to register for this event.

Name: Jagadish Govind Patil

A/C No: 026801521464

A/C Type: Savings

Bank & Branch: ICICI BANK, Vartaknagar – Thane Branch

RTGS / IFSC Code: ICIC0000268

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Googlepay : 9702121373

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Last date to confirm with advance payment till the batch is full

The Tour is ON with minimum 5 participants

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Here is a list of the things to be carried by every individual -

> A haversack to put in all the stuffs

> At least 2 Liters of water
> Two-three set of clothes, Towel / Napkin
> Binoculars, Camera, Something to munch on (Optional)
> Torch with extra set of batterries
> Personal medicines required if any
> Identity Proof

To register for this event, contact us – 

Jagdish Patil: 9702121373 / 9869369836
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Also join us @
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Website: http://shikharvedh.org/

Yana Caves_Rocks

Dear All

We @ Shikhar Vedh has planned to experience the Vibhuti Waterfall !!! Yana Rocks !!! Gokarna !!! Murdeshwar !!! Jog Falls !!! Banavasi !!! Sahastralinga !!! on 2 – 4 October 2020

Tour Fees would be 

Rs. 12500/- per Head (Mumbai to Mumbai) &

Rs 11500/- per person (Pune to Pune)

 which includes

1) AC Private Vehicle for transportation

2) Food expenses (Veg only ) for B, L, D for 3 days

3) Hotel Accommodation on triple sharing basis

4) Entry fees (Except camera fee) wherever applicable

5) Shikhar Vedh Administrative Charges

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Yana Rocks :- Limestone rocks, a hiking trail, beautiful scenery and lush backdrops compose Yana Rocks. These rocks lie close to the village of Yana in the Uttara Kannada district of Karnataka. They are home to an epic trail of limestone formations and black karst structures. Yana is famous for two massive rock outcrops known as the Bhairaveshwara Shikhara 120 metres (390 ft) in height and the Mohini Shikhara is 90 metres (300 ft) in height.

Vibhuti Falls :- It is located in Ankola taluk of Uttara Kannada district in Karnataka, India. The word “Vibhuthi” means limestone. The water in this falls comes past limestone rocks near Yana & so the falls is called “Vibhuthi Falls”.

Banavasi :- Madhukeshwara Temple – A 9th Century Marvel. Located in one of the oldest cities of India, Banavasi, the Madhukeshwara temple has religious and historical significance. … Banavasi was the first capital city of Karnataka when it was ruled by the Kadamba dynasty.

Sahasralinga :- is a pilgrimage place, located around 14 km from the Sirsi. It is in the river Shalmala and is famous for being the location where around a thousand lingas are carved on rocks in the river and on its banks.

Jog Falls : – Jog Falls , Gerosoppa Falls or Joga Falls is the second-highest plunge waterfall in India, Located in Sagara taluka, these segmented falls are a major tourist attraction. They are also called Gersoppa Falls and Jogada Gundi. It is located on the Shimoga and Uttara Kannada district border. Jog Falls is created by the Sharavathi River dropping 253 m (830 ft), making it the second-highest plunge waterfall in India after the Nohkalikai Falls with a drop of 335 m (1100 ft) in Meghalaya.

Murudeshwara is a town in the Bhatkal Taluk of Uttara Kannada district in the state of Karnataka, India. “Murudeshwara” is another name of the Hindu god Shiva. Famous for the world’s second-tallest Shiva statue, Murudeshwara beach town lies on the coast of the Arabian Sea and is also famous for the Murudeshwara Temple. The nearest airport to Murudeshwar is Mangalore International Airport at distance of 160 kilometre .Murudeshwar has railway station on Konkan railway route.

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Itinerary for the trip as below: -

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Meeting Point:  

Day 0: Thursday 1st October 2020 :- Dadar / Thane @ 7 pm

Departure by Private Vehicle

Pune pick up @ 9:30 pm

Dinner Halt – En-route in Hotel ( To b self sponsored )

Day 1: Friday 2nd October 2020 :- Vibhuti Falls – Gokarn – Mirjan – Yana – Murdeshwar

8:00 am : @ Base Village – Vibhuti

Simple Breakfast – Tea

10 minutes simple walk to falls

1 hour time slot to enjoy the Vibhuti falls

10:00 Hrs : Move to Gokarna

11:00 Hrs: @ Gokarna

1 hour time slot  for Temple visit & Beach photography

12:00 Hrs: Move to Mirjan Fort

Explore Mirjan Fort

14:00 Hrs : Lunch time

1 Hrs drive to Yana

15:30 Hrs : @ Yana Caves

(~ 20 mins trail to visit)

Yana Exploration for 1 hr

18:00 Hrs : Move to Murdeshwar

20:00 Hrs :  @ Murdeshwar

Dinner & Overnight @ Murdeshwar

Day 2: Saturday 3 October 2020 :- Murdeshwar – Jog Falls – Banavasi – Sirsi

Early Wake up

Beach time if interested

Visit Temple & Explore the place

09:00 Hrs :- Breakfast – Tea

2 Hrs drive to Jog Falls

11:30 Hrs : @ Jog Falls

2 hrs time slot for exploration

13:30 Hrs: Lunch time

Drive to Banavasi ~ 1.5 hrs

16:00 Hrs : @ Banavasi 

Explore Madhukeshwara Temple

Dinner & Overnight @ Sirsi

Day 3: Sunday 4 October 2020 :- Sirsi – Sahastralinga – Pune – Mumbai

Early wake up & Freshen up

Divine visit to Temples in Sirsi :- 

Marikamba Temple

Mahaganpati Temple

Gopalkrishna Temple

09:00 Hrs : Breakfast – Tea Time

10:00 Hrs : @ Sahastralingas

Explore and drive to Pune / Mumbai

Lunch En-route in Hotel

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20:00 Hrs :: @ Pune

22:30 Hrs :: @ Mumbai

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Tour Fees would be 

Rs. 12500/- per Head (Mumbai to Mumbai) &

Rs 11500/- per person (Pune to Pune)

 which includes

1) AC Private Vehicle for transportation

2) Food expenses for B, L, D for 3 days

3) Accommodation on triple sharing basis

4) Entry fees (Except camera fee) wherever applicable

5) Shikhar Vedh Administrative Charges

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Deposit Advance Rs. 7500/- per head (Non-refundable) on following A/c for Travel / Hotel booking

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Name: JAGADISH GOVIND PATIL
ICICI Bank A/c No.: – 026801521464
 
Vartak Nagar Branch, Thane (W)

Ifsc code: ICIC0000268

OR

Googlepay : 9702121373
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Last date for registration: –  Till the batch gets full
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Tour is ON with Minimum 5 participants

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Things To Carry:-
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A Water Bottle (~2 Ltrs) (A must)
1 torch (a must) with spare batteries ( a must)
Rain-cheater (a must)

Camera, Cell Phone, Binoculars (Optional)
Pls avoid wearing Gold and other ornaments
Some ready to eat food. Plum cakes, biscuits etc.
Extra 2 Pair of clothes,
Good trekking shoes preferably ACTION,
Personal basic medical kit (Containing an antiseptic, few bandages, personal medications if any, Antibiotics for stomach infection)

A haversack to put all these things
.
For confirmation, do call on below no or reply here

Jagdish Patil : 09702121373 / 09869369836
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Also join us @
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Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/shikharvedh/

Website: http://shikharvedh.org/

Unbeatable Amboli Waterfall

Dear All,

We @ Shikhar Vedh has arranged Tour to GOKAK – GODACHINMALKI Waterfalls !! AMBOLI Waterfall !!! Ramtirth Waterfall !!! Nangartas Waterfall !!! on 26-27 September 2020  …
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The Cost of the tour would be 

Rs. 7500/- per head (Mumbai to Mumbai)

Rs 6500/- per head (Pune to Pune)

The above cost includes

  • Travel by private vehicle
  • All Veg Food B,L,D
  • Tripple sharing accommodation in hotel
  • Entry Fees if any

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The Gokak Waterfall is located on the Ghataprabha River in Belagavi district of Karnataka, India. The waterfall is six kilometers away from Gokak. After a long winding course, the Ghataprabha river takes a leap of 52 metres (171 ft) over the sand-stone cliff amidst a picturesque gorge of the rugged valley, resembling Niagara Falls on a smaller scale. The waterfall is horse shoe shaped at the crest, with a flood breadth of 177 metres (581 ft). During rainy season, the thick reddish brown water sweeps far over the brink of the cliff with a dull roar that can be heard from some distance. There is a hanging bridge across the river, measuring about 201 metres (659 ft). Its height above the rock bed is 14 metres (46 ft). There is an old electricity generation station and electricity was generated here for the first time in 1887.

One interesting feature of this place is the monuments from the Chalukya era that are found on either bank of the rocky gorge. Another attraction of this place is the very old river-front temple dedicated to Lord Mahalingeshwara, built in the Later Chalukyan style of architecture.

The Godachinmalki Falls is a waterfall located on Markandeya river in Belgaum district, Gokak Taluk, KarnatakaIndia. It is 15 kilometers away from Gokak and 40 kilometers from Belgaum. It is located in a deep green valley. Godachinmalki falls, also known as Markandeya falls, is located in a rugged valley. There are actually two falls formed here. The Markandeya river takes a first fall from a height of about 25 metres and flows into a rocky valley. After a short distance from the rocky valley, it takes the second fall from a height of about 20 metres. Later Markandeya river joins Ghataprabha river near Gokak. Within a 6 km radius there are two dams; one built across Ghataprabha river (Hidkal dam) and another one (Shirur Dam) across Markandeya river.

Unbeatable Amboli Waterfall : 

Ramtirth Waterfall : 

Grade : Easy

Itinerary of the tour:

Departure by private vehicle

Day 0– Friday 25 Sep 2020

20:30 hrs : @ Dadar / Thane

23:00 Hrs : @ Pune

Day 2 – Saturday 26 Sep 2020

07:00 hrs : Reach Gokak

Freshen up

Breakfast – Tea Time

Gokak falls; site-seeing

Visit to Mahalingeshwara Temple

Shopping @ Factory Outlet

10:00 hrs : Departure to Godachinmalki falls

Godachinmalki falls - Exploration

12:00 Hrs : Move 2 next destination

13:30 Hrs : Lunch – Time

16:00 Hrs : Chitri Dam Exploration

18:00 Hrs : Overnight @ Hotel

Day 2 – Sunday 27 Sep 2020

Post Breakfast Tea

Explore AMBOLI Waterfall

Kavale Shet Point

Hiranyakeshi 

Nangartas Waterfall

Ramtitrth Waterfall 

14:00 hrs : Lunch Time

15:00 Hrs : Departure to Mumbai

Dinner en-route

20:00 hrs : Reach Pune

23:30 Hrs : @ Mumbai

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The Cost of the tour would be

Rs. 7500/- per head (Mumbai to Mumbai)

Rs 6500/- per head (Pune to Pune)

The above cost includes

  • Travel by private vehicle
  • All Veg Food B, L, D
  • Tripple sharing accommodation in hotel
  • Entry Fees if any

Deposit Advance Rs. 4500/- per head (Non-refundable) on following A/c for Vehicle, hotel reservation
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Name: JAGADISH GOVIND PATIL

ICICI Bank A/c No.: – 026801521464

Vartak Nagar Branch, Thane (W)

Ifsc code : ICIC0000268

OR

Googlepay : 9702121373

Last date for registration: –  Till the batch gets full

Things To Carry:- 
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A Water Bottle (~2 Ltrs) ( A must)
1 torch (a must) with spare batteries ( a must)

Rain-cheater(a must) 
Camera, Cell Phone, Binoculars (Optional)
Pls avoid wearing Gold and other ornaments
Some ready to eat food.Plum cakes, biscuits etc.
Extra Pair of clothes,
Good trekking shoes preferably ACTION,
Personal basic medical kit (Containing an antiseptic, few bandages, personal medications if any, Antibiotics for stomach infection)

A haversack to put all these things
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Smoking and drinking alcohol is strictly prohibited.
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For confirmation, do call on below no or reply here

Jagadish Patil : 09702121373 (Whtsapp) / 09869369836
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Also join us @
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Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/shikharvedh/

Website: http://shikharvedh.org/

dubare-elephant-camp-coorg

Dear All

We @ Shikhar Vedh has planned to experience the Exotic Coorg Backpacking Tour !!! ( Leaving on Day-1 morning & Return on Day-4 evening at 18:30 Hrs @ LTT)

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Batch Dates :

B1: 2 – 5 October 2020

B2: 30 Oct – 2 Nov 2020

B3: 28 Nov – 1 Dec 2020

B4: 25 – 28 Dec 2020

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Tour Fees would be approximately Rs. 9500/- per Head which includes

1) To & Fro SL Class tickets from Mumbai – Manglore – Mumbai

2) Private Vehicle for 2 days for Sightseeing Coorg (AC Vehicle)

3) Food expenses (Train Journey Food excluded)

4) Accommodation on tripple sharing basis

5) Entry fees wherever applicable (Except Camera Fee)

6) Shikhar Vedh Administrative Charges

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Major Sightseeing Points :-


  • Madikeri fort exploration
    ● Omkareshwara temple
  • Rajas Seat & Raja Tomb
    ● Dubare Elephant camp
    ● Nisargadhama
    ● Bylakuppe – largest Tibetan settlement in South India
    ● Bhagamandala – Talacauvery 

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Itinerary for the tour as below: -

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Meeting Point:

Day 1: LTT @ 11:30 Hrs

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Departure by Train – Netravati Express

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Day 2:  05:00 Hrs: @ Alight @ Mangaluru

3 Hrs drive to Coorg  by private vehicle

B/f en-route

09:00 Hrs : Bhagmandala – 

10:00 Hrs : Tala Kaveri – Dakshin Kashi — Foothills of Brahmagiri Hills

Drive to Madikeri

13:00 Hrs : Check in Hotel – Freshen Up

14:00 Hrs : Lunch Time

Madikeri Exploration :-

Abbey Waterfall

Madikeri Fort – 

Omkareshwara Temple

Rajas Seat & Tomb

Dinner

Overnight at Hotel

Day 3 : Breakfast time … Check out

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Dubere Elephant Camp – Elephant Grooming , Feeding,  Ride

Exploration Time (~ 3 Hrs Time )

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Nisargadhama :- An Island formed by river cauvery

En-route Have a Lunch

Bylakuppe :- Largest Tibetian settlement in South India

18:00 Hrs : Drive to Mangluru

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21:00 Hrs :: @ Mangluru Station

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Dinner time

Departure by Train – 16346 – Netravati Express to Mumbai

Day 4: 

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16:15 Hrs :: @ Panvel

17:00 Hrs :: @ Thane

17:45 Hrs :: @ LTT

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Tour Fees would be approximately Rs. 9500/- per Head which includes

1) To & Fro SL Class tickets from Mumbai – Manglore – Mumbai

2) Private Vehicle for 2 days for Sightseeing Coorg

3) Food expenses (Saturday Train Journey Food excluded)

4) Accommodation on tripple sharing basis

5) Entry fees wherever applicable (Except Camera Fee)

5) Shikhar Vedh Administrative Charges

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Deposit Rs. 7500/- per head (Non-refundable) on following A/c for Travel / Tickets Booking / Hotel booking

.
Name: JAGADISH GOVIND PATIL
ICICI Bank A/c No.: – 026801521464
 
Vartak Nagar Branch, Thane (W)

Ifsc code: ICIC0000268

OR

Googlepay : 9702121373
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Last date for registration: – Till the train tickets are available to get confirmed seats, OR Till the batch gets full
.
Things To Carry:-
.
A Water Bottle (~2 Ltrs) (A must)
1 torch (a must) with spare batteries ( a must)
Rain-cheater (a must)

Camera, Cell Phone, Binoculars (Optional)
Pls avoid wearing Gold and other ornaments
Some ready to eat food. Plum cakes, biscuits etc.
Extra Pair of clothes,
Good trekking shoes preferably ACTION,
Personal basic medical kit (Containing an antiseptic, few bandages, personal medications if any, Antibiotics for stomach infection)

A haversack to put all these things
.
For confirmation, do call on below no or reply here

Jagdish Patil : 09702121373  / 09869369836
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Also join us @
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Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/shikharvedh/

Website: http://shikharvedh.org/

jog-falls

Dear All

We @ Shikhar Vedh has planned to experience the JOG Waterfalls !!! MURUDESHWARA Temple !!! MIRJAN Fort !!! GOKARNA !!! on

Batch Dates :-

B1: 25-26 July 2020

B2: 8-9 August 2020

B3: 15-16 August 2020

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Tour Fees would be approximately Rs. 6000/- per Head which includes

1) To & Fro SL Class tickets from Mumbai – Kumtha – Mumbai

2) Private Vehicle for 2 days for Sightseeing JOG – Murdeshwar – Gokarn – Mirjan Fort

3) Food expenses

4) Accommodation on tripple sharing basis

5) Shikhar Vedh Administrative Charges

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Jog Falls

Jog Falls , Gerosoppa Falls or Joga Falls is the second-highest plunge waterfall in India, Located in Sagara taluka, these segmented falls are a major tourist attraction. They are also called Gersoppa Falls and Jogada Gundi.
It is located on the Shimoga and Uttara Kannada district border.

Jog Falls is created by the Sharavathi River dropping 253 m (830 ft), making it the second-highest plunge waterfall in India after the Nohkalikai Falls with a drop of 335 m (1100 ft) in Meghalaya.

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Murudeshwara is a town in the Bhatkal Taluk of Uttara Kannada district in the state of Karnataka, India. “Murudeshwara” is another name of the Hindu god Shiva. Famous for the world’s second-tallest Shiva statue, Murudeshwara beach town lies on the coast of the Arabian Sea and is also famous for the Murudeshwara Temple. The nearest airport to Murudeshwar is Mangalore International Airport at distance of 160 kilometre .Murudeshwar has railway station on Konkan railway route.

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Itinerary for the trip as below: -

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Meeting Point:

Day 0: Friday at CSMT @ 21:30 Hrs

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Departure by Train – Matsyagadha Express

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Day 1: Saturday

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Breakfast in train

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11:00 Hrs: @ Alight @ kumtha

3 Hrs drive to JOG Falls by private vehicle

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14:00 Hrs :: @ JOG Falls

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Lunch & Exploration Time

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17:30 Hrs :: Move to Murdeshwara

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20:30 Hrs :: @ Murdeshwara

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Overnight Stay at Hotel in Murdeshwara

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Day 2: Sunday

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Early Wake up , after freshen up

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Murdeshwara Temple Visit, Sight-seeing
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Break fast – Tea

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08:30 Hrs :: Move to Gokarna 

En-route Visit Apsarkonda Waterfall  

11:00 Hrs :: @ Gokarna

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Temple visit, Beach Exploration & Lunch Time

(~ 3 Hrs Time)

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14:30 Hrs :: @ Mirjan Fort

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Mirjan Fort Exploration for 1.5 hrs

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16:00 Hrs :: @ Kumta Station

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16:30 Hrs :: Departure by Train – Matsyagandha Express to Mumbai

Day 3: Monday  

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05:10 Hrs :: @ Panvel

05:55 Hrs :: @ Thane

06:30 Hrs :: @ LTT

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Tour Fees would be approximately Rs. 6000/- per Head which includes

 

1) To & Fro SL Class tickets from Mumbai – Kumtha – Mumbai

2) Private Vehicle for 2 days for Sightseeing JOG – Murdeshwar – Gokarn – Mirjan Fort

3) Food expenses for Saturday & Sunday (Sunday dinner excluded)

4) Accommodation on tripple sharing basis

5) Shikhar Vedh Administrative Charges

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Deposit Rs. 4000/- per head (Non-refundable) on following A/c for Travel / Tickets Booking / Hotel booking

.
Name: JAGADISH GOVIND PATIL
ICICI Bank A/c No.: – 026801521464
 
Vartak Nagar Branch, Thane (W)

Ifsc code: ICIC0000268
.

OR

Googlepay : 9702121373

.
Last date for registration: – Till the train tickets are available to get confirmed seats, OR Till the batch gets full
.
Things To Carry:-
.
A Water Bottle (~2 Ltrs) (A must)
1 torch (a must) with spare batteries ( a must)
Rain-cheater (a must)

Camera, Cell Phone, Binoculars (Optional)
Pls avoid wearing Gold and other ornaments
Some ready to eat food. Plum cakes, biscuits etc.
Extra Pair of clothes,
Good trekking shoes preferably ACTION,
Personal basic medical kit (Containing an antiseptic, few bandages, personal medications if any, Antibiotics for stomach infection)

A haversack to put all these things
.
For confirmation, do call on below no or reply here

Jagdish Patil : 09702121373 / 09869369836
.
Also join us @
.
Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/shikharvedh/

Website: http://shikharvedh.org/

Yana Caves_Rocks

Dear All

We @ Shikhar Vedh has planned to experience the Vibhuti Waterfall !!! Yana Rocks !!! Banavasi !!! Sahastralinga !!! on

B1: 29 – 30 Aug 2020

B2: 19 – 20 Sep 2020

Tour Fees would be Rs. 5750/- per Head which includes

1) To & Fro SL Class tickets from Mumbai – Kumtha – Mumbai

2) Private Vehicle for 2 days Sightseeing Yana – Vibhuti – Sirsi – Gokarn

3) Food expenses for (sunday dinner excluded)

4) Accommodation on tripple sharing basis

5) Entry fess (Except camera fee)

6) Shikhar Vedh Administrative Charges

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Yana Rocks :- Limestone rocks, a hiking trail, beautiful scenery and lush backdrops compose Yana Rocks. These rocks lie close to the village of Yana in the Uttara Kannada district of Karnataka. They are home to an epic trail of limestone formations and black karst structures. Yana is famous for two massive rock outcrops known as the Bhairaveshwara Shikhara 120 metres (390 ft) in height and the Mohini Shikhara is 90 metres (300 ft) in height.

Vibhuti Falls :- It is located in Ankola taluk of Uttara Kannada district in Karnataka, India. The word “Vibhuthi” means limestone. The water in this falls comes past limestone rocks near Yana & so the falls is called “Vibhuthi Falls”.

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Banavasi :- Madhukeshwara Temple – A 9th Century Marvel. Located in one of the oldest cities of India, Banavasi, the Madhukeshwara temple has religious and historical significance. … Banavasi was the first capital city of Karnataka when it was ruled by the Kadamba dynasty.

Sahasralinga :- is a pilgrimage place, located around 14 km from the Sirsi. It is in the river Shalmala and is famous for being the location where around a thousand lingas are carved on rocks in the river and on its banks.

Itinerary for the trip as below: -

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Meeting Point:  Day 0: Friday :- CSMT @ 21:30 Hrs

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Departure by Train – Mangalore Express

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Day 1: Saturday :- Kumta – Yana – Banavasi – Sirsi

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Breakfast – Tea in train itself

11:00 Hrs: @ Alight @ Kumtha

1.5 Hrs drive to Yana by private vehicle

(~ 20 mins trail to visit)

Yana Exploration for 2 hrs

Lunch time

Drive to Banavasi 

Explore Madhukeshwara Temple

Overnight @ Home stay in Sirsi

Day 2: Sunday :- Sirsi – Sahastralinga – Vibhuti Falls – Gokarna

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Post Breakfast – Tea

1/2 Hrs drive to Sahastralinga 

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Move to visit Vibhuti Falls

(~ 30 mins trail to visit)

11:00 Hrs :: @ Vibhuti Falls

2 hrs for fun masti – exploration

14:00 Hrs: Lunch time

Move to Gokarna 

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17:00 Hrs :: @ Gokarn Station

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Departure by Train – Matsyagandha Express to Mumbai

Day 3: Monday

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05:10 Hrs :: @ Panvel

05:55 Hrs :: @ Thane

06:30 Hrs :: @ LTT

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Tour Fees would be Rs. 5750/- per Head which includes

1) To & Fro SL Class tickets from Mumbai – Kumtha – Mumbai

2) Private Vehicle for 2 days Sightseeing Yana – Vibhuti – Sirsi – Gokarn

3) Food expenses for (sunday dinner excluded)

4) Accommodation on tripple sharing basis

5) Entry fess (Except camera fee)

6) Shikhar Vedh Administrative Charges

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Deposit Rs. 3750/- per head (Non-refundable) on following A/c for Travel / Tickets Booking / Hotel booking

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Name: JAGADISH GOVIND PATIL
ICICI Bank A/c No.: – 026801521464
 
Vartak Nagar Branch, Thane (W)

Ifsc code: ICIC0000268

OR

Googlepay : 9702121373
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Last date for registration: – Till the train tickets are available to get confirmed seats, OR Till the batch gets full
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Things To Carry:-
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A Water Bottle (~2 Ltrs) (A must)
1 torch (a must) with spare batteries ( a must)
Rain-cheater (a must)

Camera, Cell Phone, Binoculars (Optional)
Pls avoid wearing Gold and other ornaments
Some ready to eat food. Plum cakes, biscuits etc.
Extra Pair of clothes,
Good trekking shoes preferably ACTION,
Personal basic medical kit (Containing an antiseptic, few bandages, personal medications if any, Antibiotics for stomach infection)

A haversack to put all these things
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For confirmation, do call on below no or reply here

Jagdish Patil : 09702121373 / 09869369836
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Vishwanath Temple Khajuraho

Dear All,

We @ Shikhar Vedh has arranged Heritage Tour to Khajurao – Orcha – Jhanshi & Gwalior Fort on 21 – 25 March 2020

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The Cost of the tour would be Rs.  12000/- per head.

The above cost includes

  • Travel from CST to Gwalior; Gwalior to Jhansi & Satna to CST by SL class Train Journey
  • Private Vehicle ( Non – A/c) for the sightseeing for 2 days
  • Public transport for Gwalior sightseeing
  • All Food (Excludes train journey)
  • Tripple sharing accommodation in hotel
  • Entry Fees (Except camera fee)

Khajuraho :: A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Khajuraho is named after the common date palm tree – Khajura. The ancient temples illustrate the brilliant burst of artistic flowering built under Chandela rulers in form of sandstone Sculptures depicting various forms of Love, desire, meditation, royalty and spiritual teachings. The intricate art and carvings will leave you awestruck the moment uyou witness them.

ORCHA :: Orcha was founded in 16th Century by Bundela Rajput Chief, Rudra Prata. Ram Raja Temple is the only place where Lord Ram is worshipped both as a God and as a king. The Laxmi Narayan Temple exhibits a unique architectural style which is a mix of a Fort and a temple. The Jahangir Mahal was built in honou of the Mughal Emperor Jahangir

JHANSHI FORT::  In 17th century, this fort was built by King Bir Singh Judeo of Orchha on top of a hill as an army stronghold. The fort has been a witness to the fiery battle led by Rani Laxmi Bai. There are temples of Lord Shiva and Lord Ganesha within the fort. The Karak Bijli and Bhawani Shankar cannon of the queen are also kept inside the fort. There is also a museum which has a collection of sculpture and provides an insight into the history of Bundelkhand.

Grade : Easy

Itinerary of the tour:

Departure by 12137 – Punjab Mail

Day 1 – Friday 20 March 2020

19:30 hrs : @ CST Station

Day 2 – Saturday 21 March 2020

16:00 hrs : @ Gwalior

Hotel Check in … Freshen up

Sightseeing time

Day 3 – Sunday 22 March 2020

Full Day Gwalior Exploration

Fort, Palace & Temple etc

19:00 Hrs : Move to Jhansi by train

21:00 hrs : @ Jhanshi

Check in Hotel

Dinner and Overnight in Hotel

Day 4 – Monday 23 March 2020

Jhanshi Fort Exploration  

09:30 Hrs: Check out 

Breakfast – Tea

11:00 hrs – 14:30 Hrs: Orcha Sight seeing by private vehicle

Move to Khajurao

Lunch on the way

19:30 hrs : @ Khajurao

Overnight stay in hotel

Day 5 – Tuesday 24 March 2020

Post Breakfast – Tea

Full Day Exploration of Khajurao 

Western, Eastern & Southern area temples

17:00 Hrs : Move to Satana station

20:00 Hrs :: @ Satna

Departure to Mumbai by Train

Dinner in the train (To be born by the participants)

Day 6 – Wednesday 25  March 2020

23:00 Hrs : @ LTT

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The Cost of the tour would be Rs. 12000/- per head.

The above cost includes

  • Travel from CST to Gwalior; Gwalior to Jhansi & Satna to CST by SL class Train Journey
  • Private Vehicle ( Non – A/c) for the sightseeing for 2 days
  • Public transport for Gwalior sightseeing
  • All Food (Excludes train journey)
  • Tripple sharing accommodation in hotel
  • Entry Fees (Except camera fee)

Deposit Rs. 7000/- per head (Non-refundable) on following A/c for Train Tickets, vehicle, hotel reservation
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Name: JAGADISH GOVIND PATIL

ICICI Bank A/c No.: – 026801521464

Vartak Nagar Branch, Thane (W)

Ifsc code : ICIC0000268

OR

Googlepay : 9702121373

Last date for registration: – till Train Tkts available OR Till the reg. gets full

Things To Carry:- 
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A Water Bottle (~2 Ltrs) ( A must)
1 torch (a must) with spare batteries ( a must)

Camera, Cell Phone, Binoculars (Optional)
Pls avoid wearing Gold and other ornaments
Some ready to eat food.Plum cakes, biscuits etc.
Extra Pair of clothes,
Good trekking shoes preferably ACTION,
Personal basic medical kit (Containing an antiseptic, few bandages, personal medications if any, Antibiotics for stomach infection)

A haversack to put all these things
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Smoking and drinking alcohol is strictly prohibited.
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For confirmation, do call on below no or reply here

Jagadish Patil : 09702121373 (Whtsapp) / 09869369836
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Bidar Fort

Dear All

We @ Shikhar vedh has arranged a Tour to Bidar – Basavkalyan

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COST of the tour : Rs. 5250/- per person & would include:

 

  1. Travel from Mumbai – Mumbai by Train (SL-Class)
  2. Accommodation in tripple sharing basis in hotel
  3. Sightseeing around Bidar & Basavkalyan by Non-AC local transport
  4. Food for 2 days ( Train Journey Dinner excluded)
  5. All Entry Fees and Guide Charges (Except camera fee if any)
  6. Shikhar Vedh Administrative charges

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About the places -

Bidar Fort :: The Bidar fort is a specimen of the Persian architectural style having 1.21 km in length and 0.80 km in breadth, with a quadrangular layout. Surrounded by three miles long walls and comprising 37 bastions, it is surrounded by a triple moat.

There are seven gates in the fort. The dominant main gate exhibits Persian style architecture. The Gumbad Darwaza depicts arches with stilted size, also in Persian style. The Sherza Darwaza, the second gate of entry depicts two images of tigers carved on its fascia. The other gates are the Fateh Gate on the south, Talghat Gate in the east, Delhi Gate and Mandu Gate. The prominent bastion at the entry is known as the Munda Burj with guns positioned on it.

Within the fort complex, there is an old city, with monuments and structures from Bahamian era. Among these monuments, Gagan Mahal, Rangin Mahal and Tarkash Mahal are most popular. Jami Masjid and Solah Khamba Masjid are the two notable mosques constructed within the fort.

The inner section of the fort behind Solah Khamba Mosque has few wonderful monuments like Diwan-i-Am (also known as Jali Mahal) was a Public Audience hall built by Bahamani Sultans in 14th-15th centuries. It is currently in ruins. The Jalis can be still in the upper windows of the structure.

Beside the Diwan-i-Am is a wonderful structure known as Diwan-i-Khass also called Takht Mahal or Throne Palace. It was built by Bahamani Sultan Ahmad Shah between 1422-1436. This is the place where coronation of several Bahamani and Barid Shahi sultans was taken place. The palace used to be adorned with beautifully colored tiles and stone carvings part of which can be still seen on the arches. This structure is closed for public and the outer sections can be seen from outside.

Behind Diwan-i-Khass, an old temple known as Valkoti Bhavani temple exists along with few settlements.

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Basavakalyan Fort: is considered to be one of the oldest and most imposing forts in South India. It was built by King Nalaraja in the 10th century. Basavakalyan, earlier known as Kalyani, was the royal capital of the Western Chalukyan

The fort is strategically built as a defensive structure, with inter-connecting boulders scattered on the hills with strong fort walls. The fort has seven gates, five of them are in perfect condition. At the entrance there is a solid arch with balconies which can be accessed by steps on both sides. The main gate to the citadel is known as the Akhand Darwaza and has been built with four red stone slabs. There is a temple adjoining the Rajmahal palace and a square pond in front of the temple, towards the west side of the temple is the Rani Mahal.

The majority of the places in the fort are now in ruins, the only maintained structure that can be found here is the mosque as an Urdu school is running here. The museum adjoining the fort has a number of Jain idols which belong to the 10th and 11th centuries. There is a large cannon placed at one of the bastions of the fort.

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Rendezvous: Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (CSMT) @ 20:30 Hrs on Friday 

The itinerary for the event is given below:

Day 0: Friday

Depart Mumbai by 22143 CSMT Bidar Express @ 21:00 Hrs

 

Day 1: Saturday

 

Arrive in Bidar @ 09:15 hrs

 

Check in Hotel, Freshen up & have breakfast

leave by 11:00 am for Bidar Sightseeing

 

Sightseeing:  Bidar Fort

(Rangin Mahal, Solah Khambh Masjid, Gagan Mahal, Diwan-e-aam, Royal Pavillion, Tarkash Mahal)

Guru Jhira Sahib, Lunch at Guru Jhira Sahib

Bahmani Ruler tombs, Barid Shahi Tombs, Madrassa of Mahmud Gawan, Chaubara, Deva Deva Vana,

Dinner & Rest for day

 

Day 2: Sunday

 

Wake by early by 06.00 hrs & finish with Morning ablutions & Breakfast.

 

Sightseeing: Narasimha Jharni Temple, breakfast,

10:00 Hrs: Leave for Basavakalyan (2 hrs) by pvt Hired car

Lunch on the way

Visit Basavakalyan Fort

16:00 Hrs : Leave Basavakalyan

18:00 Hrs : @ Bidar / Bhalki

Return journey to Mumbai by 22144 – Bidar CSTM express

Day 3: Monday

07:30 Hrs :: Reach Dadar

 

The cost for two days Bidar-Basavkalyan tour would be Rs. 5250/- per person 

& would include:

 

  1. Travel from Mumbai – Mumbai by Train (SL-Class)
  2. Accommodation in tripple sharing basis in Hotel
  3. Sightseeing around Bidar & Basavkalyan by Non-AC local transport
  4. Food for 2 days ( Train Journey Dinner excluded)
  5. All Entry Fees and Guide Charges (Except camera fee if any)
  6. Shikhar Vedh Administrative charges

Note: One has to pay Rs 2500/- pp (non-refundable) in advance to register for this event.

Name: Jagadish Govind Patil

A/C No: 026801521464

A/C Type: Savings

Bank & Branch: ICICI BANK, Vartaknagar – Thane Branch

RTGS / IFSC Code: ICIC0000268

OR

Googlepay : 9702121373

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Last date to confirm with advance payment till the train tickets are available

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Here is a list of the things to be carried by every individual -

> A haversack to put in all the stuffs

> At least 2 Liters of water
> Two-three set of clothes, Towel / Napkin
> Binoculars, Camera, Something to munch on (Optional)
> Torch with extra set of batterries
> Personal medicines required if any
> Identity Proof

To register for this event, contact us – 

Jagdish Patil: 9702121373 / 9869369836
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Website: http://shikharvedh.org/

Dear All

We @ Shikhar Vedh are glad to announce Velas Turtle Festival Tour

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The Cost for Tour :: Rs. 2850 / - per head
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This includes 
Dadar 2 Dadar transportation fare for private vehicle (A.C.), Turtle festival charges, ferry charges, food expenses veg only and dormitory accommodation charges.

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Next Batch Dates :: All weekends of March & April 2020

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Get Ready to Witness the Wonderful Life Of Turtles ….

Some information about the area: The places that will be visiting are:

  1. VelasBeach – Turtle Festival visit
  2. Bankot Fort
  3. Harihareshwar Temple

 

Velas Beach :  Velas is the birth place of Nana Phadnis, one of the great prominent personalities in Maratha history. Due to the sea-shore Velas is an existing place and it is situated near Bankot Bay. There is an old temple of Shri Bhairi- Rameshwar and in this temple all twelve months water is made available taking the benefit of favorable geographical conditions. A statue of Nana Phadnis is present outside his house. In Velas Mahalakshmi temple and Nana Phadnis house are the places to visit. Velas is also one of the popular breeding sites of Olive Ridley, which is an endangered species of turtle.  

 

Bankot Fort:

 

Region: Mandangad

District: Ratnagiri

Height: Sea fort (Slightly above sea level)

Difficulty: Simple

 

Bankot is a square shaped fort. On the sides of Bankot fort, there is a dry moat (Revni) dug out in the Jambhya stone. Jambhya stone is peculiar type of stone adorning a purple shade and peculiarly it is incapable of storing water as the water invariable percolates through it owing to its much porous nature. The main entrance (Mahadarwaja) of the fort is north-facing with a well sculpted arch and carvings. Watch guards dug out (Devdya) align on both sides of the Mahadarwaja with some pits being dug out in the right Devdi. On the left, there are steps leading towards Nagarkhana while there is an underground storey and a tunnel on the right. A Maruti idol in the centre stands deserted now. On the west, there is a small entrance (Darwaja) leading to a Bastion on the exterior of the fortifications. A deep well (now dry and filled) occupied the centre of this bastion earlier and the adjacent water tanks too are dry and obsolete now. One can leave the Buruj via a small exit that leads to the surrounding moat and a beautiful “Revni” lying nearby.

 

Tour Duration: 2 Night / 2 Days
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The Itinerary for the Tour as follows:

Day 0: FRIDAY -

 

Departure by private vehicle from Pritam Hotel, Dadar (East) @ 11:00 pm

Maitripark, Chembur @ 11:30 pm
Vashi below main bridge @ 11:55 pm

Day 1: SATURDAY -

05:30 Hrs: @ Velas

Refresh

06:45 Hrs: Visit Velas Beach for Turtle festival

Breakfast

10:00 Hrs: @ Bankot fort

10:30 Hrs: Atop

Fort Exploration
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Lunch at Velas (Veg. Only)

Rest time
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Evening Tea & Visit Velas beach, 

Go for Turtle watching.

Dinner ( Veg. Only)

Stay @ villagers home in Velas (Dormitory Type only) —

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Day 2: SUNDAY -

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06:45 Hrs: Visit Velas Beach for Turtle watching.

08:00 Hrs: Breakfast – Tea

09:30 Hrs: @ Harihareshwar by crossing Veshvi – Bagmandala creek by ferry
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Harihareshwar Temple visit

Visit 2 Harihareshwar Beach
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13:00 Hrs: Lunch @ Harihareshwar ( Veg/Non-Veg to be borne by participant as per choice)

15:00 Hrs: Departure 2 Mumbai

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We will be in mumbai around 21:00 hrs ( thats – subjective)

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The Cost for Tour is about Rs. 2850 / - per head
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This includes Mumbai 2 Mumbai transportation fare for private vehicle ( AC), Turtle festival charges, ferry charges, food expenses Veg only and dormitory accommodation charges.

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Seats will be first come 1st basis … Deposit  Rs 2850/- per head (Non-refundable) advance on following A/c …

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Name: JAGADISH GOVIND PATIL

ICICI Bank A/c No.: – 026801521464

Vartak Nagar Branch, Thane (W)

IFSCcode : ICIC0000268

OR

Googlepay : 9702121373

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Last date for registration: – 8 days prior to departure or till the registration gets full

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VIMP NOTES :: For PUNE PARTICIPANTS, we can hire a private vehicle as well if we get minimum 6 participants for the Trip.

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The cost remains the same as Rs 2850/- per head

The Departure time wud be 11:00 pm on friday from SWARGATE Bus Depo. & Shivajinagar – Bank of Maharashtra 

Other Itinerary details same as for Mumbai Participants

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Note: -

1) Emergence of Hatchlings of turtles is a natural process. So cannot give guarantee of emerging possibility of turtles on the mentioned dates.

2) Velas beach have strong currents … so won’t b allowed to go inside the water

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Things To Carry:-
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A Torch with spare battery ( a must)

A Water Bottle (~2 Ltrs) (a must)

Sleeping Bag, Mat (a must)

Towel, a napkin, Extra Pair of clothes (a must)
Camera, Cell Phone, Binoculars (Optional)
Pls avoid wearing Gold and other ornaments
Some ready to eat food. Plum cakes, Biscuits etc

Good trekking shoes preferably ACTION,
Personal basic medical kit (Containing an antiseptic, few bandages, personal medications if any, Antibiotics for stomach infection)
.
A haversack to put all these things

.

For confirmation pls reply here or do contact on

Jagdish Patil : 09702121373 / 09869369836

 

Also join us @
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Dear All

We @ Shikhar Vedh has arranged tour to UNESCO World Heritage site of Champaner – Pavagad & visit to Statue of Unity sightseeing on 28-29 March 2020
Brief Info about trip
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Duration: 2D / 1N
Category: Heritage Tour
Grade: Easy
Cost Per Person: INR 6750/- per person & would include

  1. Travel from Mumbai – Mumbai by Train (SL-Class)
  2. AC Accommodation in triple sharing in Hotel
  3. Sightseeing for 2 days by private AC vehicle
  4. Food for 2 days ( Train Journey Dinner excluded)
  5. Entry Fees for Statue of Unity, Laxmi Vilas Temple and Guide Charges (Except camera fee if any)
  6. Gondola ride for Pavagad
  7. Shikhar Vedh Administrative charges

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Itinerary for the tour:
Day 0: Friday 27th March 2020: 

Board Train for Vadodara from Mumbai at 11:30 p.m.

Day 1: Saturday 28th March 2020:

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06:00 Hrs :: @ Vadodara Railway Station

Drive towards Statue of Unity

en-route breakfast

09:30 Hrs :: @ Statue of Unity

Explore the place

Lunch time

We will move towards Vadodara

15:00 Hrs: @ Laxmi Vilas Palace

Exploration & Vadodara sightseeing

Night stay at Vadodara in hotel
Day 2: Sunday 29th March 2020: 

Post Breakfast, checkout from the Hotel.

1.5 hrs Drive to Champaner

09:00 Hrs : @ Champaner

Champaner – Pavagad Archaeological Park Exploration

Visit to Sahar ki Masjid,  Jami Masjid, Kevda Masjid, Cenotep, Ek Minar ki Masjid & few more places as per time  

Post lunch Visit Pavagad Hill

Saat Kaman, Kalika Mata Temple, Lakuish temple & few more places

Move towards Vadodara Railway Station by 8 p.m. to Catch a Train back to Mumbai.

Day 3: Monday 30th March 2020: Reach Mumbai by 6 a.m.

The cost for two days Heritage tour  would be Rs. 6750/- per person 

& would include:

  1. Travel from Mumbai – Mumbai by Train (SL-Class)
  2. AC Accommodation in triple sharing in Hotel
  3. Sightseeing for 2 days by private AC vehicle
  4. Food for 2 days ( Train Journey Dinner excluded)
  5. Entry Fees for Statue of Unity, Laxmi Vilas Temple and Guide Charges (Except camera fee if any)
  6. Gondola ride for Pavagad
  7. Shikhar Vedh Administrative charges

Note: One has to pay Rs 3750/- per head (non-refundable) in advance to register for this event.

Name: Jagadish Govind Patil

A/C No: 026801521464

A/C Type: Savings

Bank & Branch: ICICI BANK, Vartaknagar – Thane Branch

RTGS / IFSC Code: ICIC0000268

OR

Googlepay : 9702121373

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Last date to confirm with advance payment is Tuesday 17 March 2020 OR till the train tickets are available

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Here is a list of the things to be carried by every individual -

> A haversack to put in all the stuffs

> At least 2 Liters of water
> Two-three set of clothes, Towel / Napkin
> Binoculars, Camera, Something to munch on (Optional)
> Torch with extra set of batteries
> Personal medicines required if any
> Identity Proof

To register for this event, contact us – 

Jagdish Patil: 9702121373 / 9869369836
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Also join us @
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Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/shikharvedh/

Website: http://shikharvedh.org/