Naimisharanya Misrikh and Ayodhya


Naimisharanya Misrikh and Ayodhya
Naimisharanya Misrikh is popularly known as Neemsar, Nimsar or Nimkhar among the local people. This Pilgrimage is a famous Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu. It is sited at Sitapur city in the North- Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. According to the mythology, it is one of the Divya Desams- the 108 temples of Lord Vishnu revered in Nalayira Divya Prabandham by the 12 poet saints. There is a belief that, the temple is renovated and re-constructed at different times from the ruling kings of Past days. The temple is renowned as one of the eight temples of Lord Vishnu and worshipped inside the temple along with his better- half Goddess- Laxmi.

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  1. Day 01: Lucknow – Nemisaranyam – Lucknow (94km each way)

    On arrival at railway station transfer to hotel after freshen up drive to Naimisharanya Misrikh temple Later drive back to Lucknow. On arrival check into the hotel and overnight stay in Lucknow.

    Located at a distance of around 94 kilometers from Lucknow, is the Naimisharanya Misrikh temple. It is a major pilgrimage center and attracts devotees from all over India. Naimisharanya Misrikh of Uttar Pradesh can be visited as a part of excursions from Lucknow as it is located quite far from Lucknow. The Naimisharanya Misrikh of U.P. is a center for spiritual discourse and people come here for attaining mental peace. Read on about the famous Naimisharanya Misrikh of Uttar Pradesh.

    According to ancient legends, Gods chose this place on earth to establish Dharma. However, a demon named Vrittrasur was proving to be a major hurdle in the way of Gods. Thus, the Gods requested a highly powerful sage named Maharshi Dadhichi to give his bones in order to create a weapon to kill the demon. Today, Naimisharanya Misrikh has numerous pilgrim places to see around.

    People say that anyone who meditates hard enough over here and rids oneself of worldly desires will definitely attain some amount of divine power and force. Every year, in the Hindu month of Phalgun, a temple festival known as Chaurasi Kosi Parikrama is held in the honor of the sage.

  2. Day 02: Lucknow – Ayodhya – Lucknow (136 km each way)

    Morning about 08 am up drive to Ayodhya on arrival visit to Rama Janm Bhoomi – the birth place of lord Rama and other temples. Later drives back to Lucknow to drop at railway station to connect the Overnight train to Delhi.