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Pilgrimages of Maharashtra

  1. Nashik: An ancient pilgrimage which is a Jyotirlinga [Tryambakeshwar Jyotirlinga], Shakti Peetha [Janasthana Shakti Peetha], identified with Panchavati where Lord Rama stayed during forest exile and a place where Kumbha Mela is held (located in the Nashik district)
  2. Bhimashankar: A famous temple of Lord Shiva which is identified with the Bhimashankar Jyotirlinga (located in the Pune district)
  3. Aundha Nagnath: A famous temple of Lord Shiva which is identified with the Nageshwar Jyotirlinga (located in the Hingoli district)
  4. Parli Vaijnath A famous temple of Lord Shiva which is identified with the Vaidyanath Jyotirlinga (located in the Beed district)
  5. Grishneshwar: A famous temple of Lord Shiva which is identified with the Grishneshwara or Ghushmeshwara Jyotirlinga (located in the Aurangabad district)
  6. Kolhapur: A famous pilgrimage of Devi Mahalakshmi which is identified with the Karavira Shakti Peetha (located in the Kolhapur district)
  7. Tuljapur: A famous pilgrimage of Devi Bhavani (located in Tuljapur in the Osmanabad district)
  8. Pandharpur: A famous pilgrimage of Sri Panduranga also known as Vitthal (located in the Solapur district)
  9. Jejuri: A famous pilgrimage of Sri Khandoba (located in Jejuri in the Pune district)
  10. Morgaon Mayureshwar: One of the Ashtavinayak temples (located in the Pune district)
  11. Siddhatek Siddhi Vinayak: One of the Ashtavinayak temples (located in the Ahmednagar district)
  12. Pali Ballaleshwar: One of the Ashtavinayak temples (located in the Raigad district)
  13. Mahad Varad Vinayak: One of the Ashtavinayak temples (located in the Raigad district)
  14. Theur Chintamani Vinayak: One of the Ashtavinayak temples (located in the Pune district)
  15. Lenyadri Girijatmak: One of the Ashtavinayak temples (located in the Pune district)
  16. Ozar Vigneshwar: One of the Ashtavinayak temples (located in the Pune district)
  17. Ranjangaon Mahaganapati: One of the Ashtavinayak temples (located in the Pune district)

Pilgrimages by States:

Pilgrimages North India: Jammu and Kashmir - Himachal Pradesh - Uttarakhand - Punjab - Haryana - Rajasthan - Uttar Pradesh

West India: Gujarat - Maharashtra

Central India: Madhya Pradesh

East India: Assam - Meghalaya - Tripura - Jharkhand - Odisha - West Bengal

South India: Karnataka - Andhra Pradesh - Telangana - Kerala - Tamil Nadu (Chennai)


Pilgrimages by Deities:

Pilgrimages Initial:
Ganesha - Hanuman

Tridevas:
1. Brahma
2. Vishnu - Narasimha - Rama - Krishna
3. Shiva

Tridevis:
1. Saraswati
2. Lakshmi
3. Durga - Shakambari

Others:
Murugan - Ganga


Bharatavarsha - The Land of Gods and Sages:

1. Stotras: Stotras

Initial:
Ganesha - Hanuman - Gurudeva - Gayatri

Tridevas:
1. Brahma
2. Vishnu - Narasimha - Rama - Krishna
3. Shiva

Tridevis:
1. Saraswati
2. Lakshmi - Tulasi - Bhoomi
3. Parvati: Durga - (Dasa Mahavidyas: Kali - Tara - Tripurasundari - Bhuvaneswari - Tripurabhairavi - Chinnamasta - Dhumavati - Bagalamukhi - Matangi - Kamalatmika) - Annapoorna - Kamakshi - Meenakshi - Shakambari

Others:
Murugan - Surya - Ganga - Yamuna - Narmada - Others

Final:
Vedas - Brahman


2. Pilgrimages: Pilgrimages

3. Festivals: Festivals

4. Scriptures: Scriptures

5. Saints: Ramakrishna - Vivekananda - Ramana - Saints

6. Sadhana: Sadhana

7. Sanskrit: Sanskrit

8. Nature: Nature

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