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One Day Indore To Omkareshwar Trip By Cab

If you are looking for a short and memorable trip from Indore, then One Day Indore To Omkareshwar Trip is an ideal choice. You can easily cover the major attractions of Omkareshwar in one day by hiring a cab from Indore. A cab will give you the convenience and comfort of traveling at your own pace and time. You can also enjoy the scenic drive along the Narmada River and the lush green hills.

Omkareshwar is a sacred island on the Narmada River, about 80 km from Indore. It is one of the most popular pilgrimage destinations in Madhya Pradesh, as it is home to two of the 12 Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva. Omkareshwar also boasts of a rich cultural and historical heritage, with many ancient temples, ashrams, caves, and ghats. Omkareshwar is a perfect place to experience the spiritual and natural beauty of India.

In this article, we will provide you with a sample itinerary of “One Day Indore To Omkareshwar Trip By Cab”. We will also give you some useful tips and information on how to plan your trip, such as the best time to visit, how to book a cab, what to see and do, where to eat and shop, etc. We hope that this article will help you to have a wonderful and hassle-free trip to Omkareshwar. Let’s get start! 


Overview Of One Day Indore To Omkareshwar Trip By Cab

Omkareshwar is a holy island on the Narmada River, about 80 km from Indore. It is one of the most popular pilgrimage destinations in Madhya Pradesh, as it is home to two of the 12 Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva. Omkareshwar also boasts of a rich cultural and historical heritage, with many ancient temples, ashrams, caves, and ghats. Omkareshwar is a perfect place to experience the spiritual and natural beauty of India.

A one day trip from Indore to Omkareshwar by cab is a convenient and comfortable way to explore the major attractions of Omkareshwar. You can book a cab from Indore to Omkareshwar our car rental services The cab fare may vary depending on the type of car, date, and time of your travel.

The main highlights of your trip will include visiting the Omkareshwar Temple and the Mamleshwar Temple, the two Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva, the Kedareshwar Temple, the Siddhnath Temple, the Ahilya Ghat, the Gauri Somnath Temple, and the Parikrama Marg. You will also enjoy the scenic drive along the Narmada River and the lush green hills. You will also get to taste some local delicacies and shop for some souvenirs and handicrafts at the local market.

This article will provide you with a sample itinerary of “One Day Indore To Omkareshwar Trip By Cab”. We will also give you some useful tips and information on how to plan your trip, such as the best time to visit, how to book a cab, what to see and do, where to eat and shop, etc.


Highlights of Indore To Omkareshwar One day Trip by cab are:

  • Duration: Total Duration Morning 07.00 am to 7.00 pm (12 hr). (Full-Day Indore To Omkareshwar One day Trip By cab
  • Private Cab )Not Shared)
  • Experienced Cab Drivers.
  • AC Cab
  • Pickup & Drop From Home / Hotel From Indore .
  • Visit the Omkareshwar Temple and the Mamleshwar Temple, the two Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva, on a hill that resembles the shape of the sacred symbol ‘Om’.
  • Enjoy a boat ride on the Narmada River and witness the evening aarti at the Ahilya Ghat, a sacred bathing spot named after the 18th-century queen of Indore.
  • Explore the ancient temples of Kedareshwar, Siddhnath, and Gauri Somnath, which showcase the medieval Indian architecture and culture.
  • Take a Parikrama Marg, a 7 km long circumambulation path around the island, which passes through various temples, ashrams, caves, and forests.
  • Taste some local delicacies such as dal bafla, poha, jalebi, etc. and shop for some souvenirs and handicrafts at the local market.

Itinerary Of One Day trip to Omkareshwar from Indore by Car.

The pick-up will be from Indore  7.00 am and 9.00 am

PlaceTiming/Entry FeesDuration
Omkareshwar Temple5 am to 10 pm / Free1 hour
Mamleshwar Temple5 am to 10 pm / Free1 hour
Kedareshwar Temple6 am to 8 pm / Free30 minutes
Siddhnath Temple6 am to 8 pm / Free30 minutes
Ahilya Ghat24 hours / Free1 hour
Gauri Somnath Temple6 am to 8 pm / Free30 minutes
Parikrama Marg24 hours / Free2 hours

Your location in Indore will be drop off between 7.00 pm.


Package for One Day trip from Indore To Omkareshwar by Private cab

  • Sedan Cab
  • SUV Cab
Sedan
Sedan Cab

4 Person Seating Capacity,
Dzire, Etios, Indigo, Xcent Etc.
Rs. 4999

SUV Cab
SUV Cab

6 Person Seating Capacity,
Ertiga, Xylo, Lodgy, Tuv300 etc.
Rs. 5999


What Is Including and Excluding In Indore To Omkareshwar One day Trip by cab?

Including Package

  • Pick-Up And Drop From Hotel Or Home
  • Selected Cab Charges.
  • Driver Charges.
  • Toll Charges.
  • Parking Charges.

Excluding Package

  • Multiple Pickup And Drop.
  • Accommodation.
  • Food (Lunch, Breakfast, or any Food.)
  • Entry Fee. (Some Places Charge Entry Fee.

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Things to do & Must see places to Visit Omkareshwar: during Indore To Omkareshwar One day Tour By cab

Omkareshwar Temple

Omkarehswar Temple, Visit during One Day Indore To Omkareshwar Trip By Cab

Omkareshwar Temple, also know as Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga, is one of the most sacred Hindu temples dedicate to Lord Shiva. It is locate on an island call Mandhata or Shivapuri in the Narmada River, in Madhya Pradesh, India. It is one of the 12 Jyotirlingas, which are the most sacred shrines of Lord Shiva. The name Omkareshwar means “Lord of Omkara”, which is one of the names of Lord Shiva. The temple is situate on a hill that is shap like the sacred Hindu symbol Om.

Location

The temple is located at a distance of about 77 km from Indore, the nearest major city. The nearest airport is Devi Ahilya Bai Holkar Airport in Indore. The nearest railway station is Omkareshwar Road, about 12 km from the temple. There are also regular buses and taxis available from Indore and other nearby cities to reach the temple.

Timing/Entry Fees

The temple is open for darshan from 5:00 AM to 9:00 PM every day. The morning aarti is performe at 5:00 AM and the evening aarti is performe at 8:30 PM. The temple is close for an hour from 3:30 PM to 4:30 PM for cleaning. The entry to the temple is free of cost, but there are separate charges for special darshan and puja. The temple also offers online booking facility for darshan and puja through its official website.

Things to do

  • Devotees can perform abhishekam (ritual bathing) of the shivlinga with water, milk, honey, curd, etc. and offer flowers, fruits, sweets, etc. to the deity.
  • Devotees can also perform various types of puja such as rudrabhishek, laghurudra, mahamrityunjaya, etc. with the help of the temple priests. These pujas are believe to confer blessings, prosperity, health, and protection to the devotees.
  • Devotees can also take a holy dip in the Narmada River, which is considere to be one of the seven sacred rivers of India. The river is say to wash away the sins and purify the soul of the devotees.
  • Devotees can also visit the other temples and attractions on the island, such as the Mamleshwar Temple, the Kedareshwar Temple, the Siddhanath Temple, the Gauri Somnath Temple, the Parikrama Marg, etc. These places are associate with various legends and stories related to Lord Shiva and his consort Parvati.

Significance

  • Omkareshwar Temple is one of the 12 Jyotirlingas, which are the most powerful manifestations of Lord Shiva. According to the legend, Lord Shiva appeared as a pillar of light at these places and blessed them with his presence. The Jyotirlingas are believe to grant the wishes and fulfill the desires of the devotees who worship them with devotion and faith.
  • Omkareshwar Temple is also one of the 18 Maha Shakti Peethas, which are the places where the body parts of Goddess Sati fell after she immolated herself in the fire of her father’s yagna. According to the legend, the elbow of Goddess Sati fell at this place and the shivlinga was establish by Lord Shiva himself. The Goddess is worship here as Shri Omkareshwari or Shri Narmada Devi.
  • Omkareshwar Temple is also considere to be the place where Lord Shiva performed his cosmic dance of creation, preservation, and destruction. The temple has a unique feature of having two shivlingas on the same platform, one representing Omkareshwar and the other representing Amareshwar. The Omkareshwar shivlinga is say to be swayambhu (self-manifested) and the Amareshwar shivlinga is say to be parthiva (made of earth). The devotees worship both the shivlingas as one and seek the blessings of Lord Shiva.

Mamleshwar Temple

Mamleshwar Temple, Visit during One Day Indore To Omkareshwar Trip By Cab

Mamleshwar Temple is a Hindu temple located in Pahalgam town in Kashmir Valley. It is situate on the banks of Lidder River at an elevation of 2,200 metres (7,200 ft). According to legend, this is the temple where Ganesha was place as door keeper by Parvati, not allowing anyone to enter the premises without her permission. Shiva returns to find his path obstruct by a strange face and beheads Ganesha, only to be met with Parvati’s wrath and the revelation that Ganesha is their child; he replaces Ganesha’s head with that of a bull elephant, asserting his place as the father

The temple is believe to be build in the 4th century by the Kalachuri dynasty. The origin story of the temple is linke to the phrase “mam mal” or “don’t go”. The all-grey stone structure is barely 8ft internally, built in the austere Kashmiri architectural style with a two-tiered pyramidal roof; clear blue-green spring waters rise in a 12ft stone basin in front of the porch. A government sign indicates that this could well be the Mameswara Temple that Kalhana’s royal chronicle Rajatarangini mentions was adorned with a gold finial by King Jayasimha in the 12th century

The temple is a popular attraction for tourists and pilgrims who visit Pahalgam. It offers a serene and scenic view of the river and the mountains. The temple is also a place of worship for the local Kashmiri Pandits who perform rituals and festivals here. The temple is open from 6 AM to 6 PM and there is no entry fee

Kedareshwar Temple

Kedareshwar Temple, Visit during One Day Indore To Omkareshwar Trip By Cab

Kedareshwar Temple is one of the eight Astasambhu Temples dedicate to Lord Shiva in Bhubaneswar, Odisha. The temple is located in the precinct of Kedara-Gouri on the right side of the road leading to Puri from Bhubaneswar and at a distance of 40 metres south of Muktesvara. The presiding deity is Shiva, referred to locally by the name ‘Kedareshwar’

Kedareshwar Temple was build in the 10th century CE by the Somavamsi kings. The temple has a rekha deula (curvilinear spire) and a pidha deula (pyramidal roof) over the sanctum and the jagamohana (assembly hall) respectively. The Kedareshwar Temple is famous for its exquisite carvings and sculptures depicting various scenes from Hindu mythology and epics. The temple also has a stone image of Ganesha and a stone slab with inscriptions in Oriya script

The temple is a major pilgrimage site for devotees of Shiva, especially during the month of Shravan (July-August) when thousands of people visit the temple to offer water to the linga. The Kedareshwar Temple is also associate with the legend of Kedar Gauri, a divine couple who were separated by a curse and reunited by the grace of Shiva. Kedareshwar Temple is open from 6 AM to 8 PM and there is no entry fee

Siddhnath Temple

Siddhnath Temple

Siddhnath Temple is a hill fort in the Ahiyanagar in Nashik district of India. Its history is linked with that of Malshej Ghat, Kothale village and it has played a role in guarding and controlling the surrounding region

The fort is quite ancient and has remnants of Microlithic man. The various Puranas (ancient scriptures) like Matsyapurana, Agnipurana and Skandapurana include many references about Siddhnath Temple. Its origin is said to have been in the 6th century, during the rule of Kalachuri dynasty. The citadel was built during this era. The various caves probably have been carved out in the 11th century. In these caves are idols of Lord Vishnu. Great sage Changdev (one who created the epic Tatvasaar), used to meditate here in the 14th century. The caves are from the same period. The various constructions on the fort and those existing the surrounding region point to the existence of diverse cultures here

Siddhnath Temple is a popular destination for trekkers and adventure seekers who enjoy the scenic views and the historical monuments. The Siddhnath Temple has several places of interest such as Saptatirtha Pushkarni, a well-built lake with temple-like constructions on its bank, Kedareshwar Cave, a huge cave with a big Shiva Linga surrounded by water, Harishchandreshwar Temple, an ancient temple dedicated to Shiva, Taramati Peak, the highest point on the fort, and Konkan Kada, a huge cliff with a spectacular view of the valley. The fort is open from 6 AM to 6 PM and there is no entry fee

Ahilya Ghat

Omkareshwar

Ahilya Ghat is a river ghat situated in the pilgrimage town of Maheshwar, in the Khargone district of Madhya Pradesh. It is located on the banks of the holy Narmada River, below the Maheshwar Fort or Holkar Fort. It is one of the most prominent and oldest ghats in Maheshwar

The ghat was built by Ahilya Bai Holkar, the hereditary noble queen of the Maratha Empire, in the 18th century. She was a devout Hindu and a patron of art and culture. She also built several temples and ghats in Maheshwar and other places. Ahilya Ghat is named after her and has a statue of her on the steps. The ghat is also known for its exquisite stone carvings and sculptures depicting various gods and goddesses

The Ahilya Ghat is a place of worship and ritual for the locals and the visitors. It is also a place of beauty and tranquility, where one can enjoy the serene view of the river and the fort. The Ahilya Ghat is especially enchanting during the sunrise and the sunset, when the sky and the water reflect different hues of colors. Ahilya Ghat is also a place of cultural activities, where various festivals and events are celebrated throughout the year. The ghat is open from 6 AM to 8 PM and there is no entry fee

Gauri Somnath Temple

Gauri Somnath Temple

Gauri Somnath Temple is a revered Hindu shrine located on Mandhata Island in Omkareshwar, Madhya Pradesh. It is one of the biggest temples in Omkareshwar, and among the best places to visit during Omkareshwar Trip. It is situated on Omkar Parikramapath, near Omkareshwar Temple

The temple is believed to have been built in the 11th century AD and is one of several shrines dedicated to Lord Shiva in Omkareshwar. The temple is very well known for its huge Shivlinga and statue of Nandi. Legend says that the temple lingam had the ability to show future births until it was damaged by Emperor Aurangzeb, after which the powers were lost forever. Also, no one apart from an uncle and nephew pair can touch their hands while embracing the lingam from opposite ends

The Gauri Somnath Temple has been constructed in the Bhumji style of architecture. The temple has three storeys and has the shape of a peahen. With its rising curvilinear tower and high platform, the temple has a striking resemblance to the Khajuraho temples. The sanctum sanctorum houses a gigantic six feet tall shiv linga made of a black stone with a shiny black texture. There is a sitting Nandi (Scared bull) of similar stone outside. Also, one can find the idol of Goddess Parvati, consort of Shiva, behind the linga. Visitors have to climb 200+ stairs, arising from the ghat, to reach the temple

Gauri Somnath Temple is a major pilgrimage site for devotees of Shiva, especially during the month of Shravan (July-August) when thousands of people visit the temple to offer water to the linga. The temple is open from 6 AM to 8 PM and there is no entry fee

Parikrama Marg

Siddhanath Temple

Parikrama Marg is a circular path around a sacred place or an object of worship in Hinduism. It is a way of showing reverence and devotion by circumambulating the holy site in a clockwise direction. Parikrama Marg is also known as Pradakshina Path or Circumambulation Path

Narmada Parikrama: It is a 2600 kilometers (860 kos) journey along the banks of the Narmada River, which is considered to be the daughter of Lord Shiva and the giver of salvation. The parikrama starts and ends at Amarkantak, the source of the river, and covers various holy places such as Omkareshwar, Maheshwar, Ujjain, Jabalpur, etc. Parikrama Marg is done by walking, cycling, or taking a boat, and takes about three to six months to complete. The parikrama is done by devotees of all faiths and backgrounds, who seek spiritual enlightenment and peace.


FAQ’s

Q: What is the best time to visit Omkareshwar?

A: The best time to visit Omkareshwar is from October to March, when the weather is pleasant and comfortable. The temperature ranges from 15°C to 30°C during this period. You can also witness various festivals and events, such as Diwali, Kartik Purnima, Maha Shivaratri, etc. during this time. However, you can visit Omkareshwar anytime of the year, as it is a year-round destination.

Q: What are the things to carry for Omkareshwar trip?

A: Some of the things to carry for Omkareshwar trip are:
Comfortable clothes and footwear, according to the season and weather.
A valid ID proof, such as Aadhaar card, PAN card, passport, etc.
A camera or a smartphone to capture the memories and the views.
A water bottle and some snacks to keep yourself hydrated and energized.
A hat, sunglasses, and sunscreen to protect yourself from the sun.
A first-aid kit and some medicines, in case of any emergency or illness.


Conclusion

Omkareshwar is a holy island on the Narmada River, about 80 km from Indore. It is one of the most popular pilgrimage destinations in Madhya Pradesh, as it is home to two of the 12 Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva. Omkareshwar also boasts of a rich cultural and historical heritage, with many ancient temples, ashrams, caves, and ghats. Omkareshwar is a perfect place to experience the spiritual and natural beauty of India.

The main highlights of your trip will include visiting the Omkareshwar Temple and the Mamleshwar Temple, the two Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva, the Kedareshwar Temple, the Siddhanath Temple, the Ahilya Ghat, the Gauri Somnath Temple, and the Parikrama Marg. You will also enjoy the scenic drive along the Narmada River and the lush green hills. You will also get to taste some local delicacies and shop for some souvenirs and handicrafts at the local market.

We hope that this article has provided you with a sample itinerary of “One Day Indore To Omkareshwar Trip By Cab”. Given you some useful tips and information on how to plan your trip, such as the best time to visit, how to book a cab, what to see and do, where to eat and shop, etc. This article will help you to have a wonderful and hassle-free trip to Omkareshwar.

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