Delhi to Jwala Devi Taxi

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Delhi Jwala Devi Taxi Tour - 3Days/2Nights Trip

  • Jwala Ji, Kangra

Jwala Devi is recognized as one of the 51 Shaktipeeths of India,It is situated in south of Kangra, Himachal Pradesh. The temple style is typical of Jwala Ji shrines, four cornered, with a small dome on the top and a square central pit of hollowed stone inside where the main flame burns endlessly. An annual fair is held in the environs of the temple every July/August months during Navratras.

The temple had an associated library of ancient Hindu texts, many of which were translated from Sanskrit into Persian at the orders of Firuz Shah Tughlaq when the Delhi Sultanate overran the Kangra area. According to the legend, when Sati's body was divided into 51 parts, Sati Mata's tongue fell here. The flames/ Jyotis are the representation of the same. Some say that Sati's clothes fell here. When they fell they were on fire. The fire hasn't blew off.

Jwalaji (flame) or Jwala Mukhi (flame mouth) is probably the most ancient temple discussed here besides Vaishno Devi. It is mentioned in the Mahabharata and other scriptures. There is a natural cave where eternal flames continue to burn. Some say there are seven or nine flames for the seven divine sisters or the nine Durgas. It is here that Sati's tongue fell which can now be seen in the form of the flame.

  • Jwala Mai of Muktinath

The "eternal flame" at the Jwala Ji shrine in the village of Muktinath is located at an altitude of 3,710 meters at the foot of the Thorong La mountain pass in thect of N Mustang distriepal. There is a small amount of natural gas present in the Himalayan spring that emerges near the shrine which gives the appearance of the fire burning on the water itself. This shrine is usually called the Jwala Mai (Jwala Mother) temple, and is sacred to both Hindus and Buddhists.

  • Atashgah of Baku

The Baku Atashgah is a fire-temple in Surakhani, a suburb of Baku in Azerbaijan. Historically, some Hindu pilgrims have referred to it as the Baku Jwala Ji. Given that fire is considered extremely sacred in both  and Zoroastrianism (as Agni and Atar respectively), and the two faiths share some elements (such as Yajna and Yasna) from a common proto-indo iranian precursor religion, there has been debate on whether the Atashgah was originally a Hindu site or a Zoroastrian one.

 

The presence of several Hindu inscriptions in Sanskrit and Punjabi (as opposed to only one in Persian),encounters with dozens of Hindus at the shrine or en route in the regions between North India and Baku, and assessments of its Hindu-character by Parsi dasturs have led to many scholars and officials deciding that it is a Jwala temple. There were local claims made to a visiting Parsi Dastur in the early twentieth century that the Russian czar Alexandra III had also witnessed Hindu fire prayer rituals at this location.

 

 

Sample Itinerary

Day1 Drive to Himachal Pardesh by car and check into the hotel.Stay overnight in the hotel.

Day2 In the morning after Breakfast,Visit Jwala devi temple to seek blessings of the Goddess,Visit Doon Valley and lush green yamuna valley.In the evening Visit Shivalik Range enjoy Beautiful atmosphere.

Day3 After Breakfast Checkout from hotel and transfer to Delhi with religious memories.

Taxi Cost as per Itinerary

Approx Distance From Delhi to Jwala Devi :  434 Km

 Delhi To Jwala Devi Taxi Per/Kilometer wise Rates:

          Driver Allowance : Rs 200/- per day

          State Tax,Toll and parking as per actual

          Minimum limit is 250 km per day.

 

             Driver allowance Rs.200 per day

             Minimum 250 kilometers  per day

             Toll tax, state Tax and parkings  as per actual

 

             Driver allowance Rs.200 per day

             Minimum 250 kilometers  per day

             Toll tax, state Tax and parkings  as per actual

 

            Driver allowance Rs.250 per day

            Minimum Limit is 250 kilometers per day

            Toll tax, state Tax and parkings  as per actual

 

            Driver allowance Rs.250 per day

            Minimum Limit 250 kilometers  per day

            Toll tax, state Tax and parkings  as per actual

 

            Driver allowance Rs.250 per day

            Minimum Limit is 250 kilometers  per day  

            Toll tax, state Tax and parkings  as Per actual

 

            Driver allowance Rs.300 per day  

            Minimum Limit is 250 kilometers  per day

            Toll, Tax and parkings  as per actual

 

            Driver allowance Rs.300 per day

            Minimum Limit is 250 kilometers  per day

            Toll, Tax and parkings as Per actual

 

            Driver allowance Rs.300 per day

            Minimum Limit is 250 kilometers  per day

            Toll, Tax and parkings  as Per actual

 

            Driver allowance Rs.300 per day

            Minimum Limit is 250 kilometers  per day  

            Toll, Tax and parkings  as Per actual

 

            Driver allowance Rs.300 per day

            Minimum Limit is 250 kilometers  per day

            Toll, Tax and parkings  as Per actual

 

            Driver allowance Rs.300 per day  

            Minimum Limit is 250 kilometers  per day  

            Toll, Tax and parkings  as Per actual

 

            Driver allowance Rs.300 per day  

            Minimum Limit is 250 kilometers  per day  

            Toll, Tax and parkings  as Per actual

 

 

            Driver allowance Rs.350 per day  

            Minimum Limit 250 kilometers  per day  

            Toll, Tax and parkings  as Per actual

 

            Driver allowance Rs.300 per day  

            Minimum Limit 250 kilometers  per day

            Toll, Tax and parkings  as Per actual

 

 

Excluded:

  1. Driver Allowances
  2. Tolls
  3. Parking
  4. Meals
  5. Driver Tips

Payment Options

30% Advance needed during tour booking

    • Online- Credit/Debit Cards
    • Bank Deposits
    • Pay Driver
 

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