Thursday, 24 November 2016

Alfa Travel Blog Package Itinerary for 4D/3N

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A Quick Getaway to  Bangkok & Pattaya

Alfa Travel Blog Package Itinerary for  4D/3N

DAY 1 Alfa Travel  Blog Welcome to Pattaya!

On your arrival in Bangkok, a private vehicle will take you to Pattaya, which is approximately 2.5 hours away. Check into your Hotel and take a breather. Head outside to enjoy the white sandy Beach and clear waters, later witness and be part of the famous nightlife of the City.

DAY 2Drive from Pattaya to Bangkok

Wake up to the fresh day in Pattaya. Spend the day as you please. Relax at the Beach, indulge in the mouth-watering food or explore the City in depth. Alfa Travel  Blog suggest you visit the famous Safari World, the Racha tiger zoo or the Ripley?s Believe It Or Not Museum. Later in the day a private vehicle will drive you to Bangkok where you can check into your Hotel.

DAY 3Bangkok

Wake up to the City where the Alfa Travel  Blogs let you meets the east in all its vibrant colours. A few places that you must see in Bangkok are the Grand Palace, Wat Traimit (Golden Buddha) and Wat Paho. Go shopping in the City, don?t forget to bargain, enjoy the vibrant nightlife and taste some of the cuisines the City has on offer. Return to your Hotel for an overnight stay.

DAY 4Departure from Bangkok

Wake up early for your last day in Bangkok. Pack your bags and check out from your Hotel. A private vehicle will take you from your Hotel to the Airportfor your return journey back home.



 Alfa Travel Blog Simply Thailand 4N/5D - Christmas/New Year Special

Day 01

Alfa Travel  Blog  Welcome to the capital of Thailand - Bangkok! Upon arrival at Bangkok Airport, you will be met by our representative who will assist you with the transfer to the Pattaya hotel where you check-in around 1400 hrs.
150Km Southeast of Bangkok, Pattaya is approx 90 mins by road, which is Thailand’s largest resort city. As a beach resort with city status, Pattaya has something for everyone. Most beach resorts rely on their natural surroundings; Pattaya makes an all-out attempt to provide the best of everything- recreation, entertainment, sightseeing and fun.

Day is free to enjoy the optional activities.

Day 02 
Pattaya: Coral Island Tour


Day 03 
Pattaya – Bangkok (90 mins approx): Bangkok Temple & City Tour with Golden & Marble Buddha


Day 04 
Bangkok: Day Free


Day 05 
Depart Bangkok


Alfa Travel Blog  Explore Thailand ( Chiang Mai + Koh Samui )


Day 01                               Arrive Chaing Mai

 Alfa Travel  Blog form a plan which will made your arrival at Chaing Mai – bustling, historic and colourful, Chiang Mai is the focal point of this massive region and is Thailand’s second largest city. There are a number of excellent cookery schools where you can create your own meal under the expert tutelage of your Thai chef. The pace is laid-back, the accoutrements are international and the landscape is picturesque. It is a fine urban specimen with a much-celebrated traditional culture ideal for sightseers, nature buffs and city connoisseurs. On arrival transfer to hotel & check in. Overnight stay at Chaing Mai.

Day 02                        In Chaing Mai (  A Morning with the Monks )
Early today Alfa Travel  Blog plan a drive  for you to the foot hill of Doi Suthep mountain, in time to buy offerings and join the locals during the daily alms giving ceremony. This is a serene Buddhist procession where dozens of monks walk barefoot through the street collecting food and everyday items. Continue up the mountain to Wat Phra That Doi Suthep and climb the 309 steps of the Golden Naga staircase to reach its golden pagodas. Proceed to Wat Umong, built in the 14th century, a heavily forested temple covered by moss and small plants offering a unique yet charming sense of natural decay. After a walk through its mysterious tunnels, you reach the Viharn of the temple to experience your own private blessing ceremony. Later enjoy this lovely day with a delicious bowl of Khao Soy. This famous Northern Thai dish is a combination of coconut cream, crispy noodles and plenty of spice that is sure to delight! Overnight stay at Chiang Mai.

Day 03                                   Full day Chiang Rai & Golden Triangle
This morning drive to Chiang Rai Province, over mountains, through valleys and picturesque landscapes to Mae Sai, the northernmost trading border betAlfa Travel  Blogen Thailand and Myanmar. Mai Sai is a bustling, commercial  mainly used as a drop-off point for people wishing to travel overland to Myanmar. Local lunch is provided. Continue to the Golden Triangle  of Sop Ruak. The Golden Triangle is one of Asia’s two main illicit opium-producing s. It is an  of around 350,000 square kilometers that overlaps the mountains of three countries of mainland South East Asia: Myanmar, Laos, and Thailand. Along with Afghanistan in the Golden Crescent (together with Iran and Pakistan), it has been one of the most important opium-producing s of Asia and of the world since the 1950s. Here, you may get the Chance to meet local hilltribe people who populate the Golden Triangle . You will also visit Chiang Saen, the ancient kingdom opposite of Laos, where you will explore magnificent ancient ruins and temples. Return to Chiang Mai on the same mountainous route. Overnight in Chiang Mai.

 Day 04                                   Fly Chiang Mai – Koh Samui
Today Alfa Travel  Blog transfer  you to Chiang Mai Airportfor Flight to Koh Samui – a cosmopolitan melting pot, attracting budget travellers staying for a month or two in simple beachside bungalows, to the Alfa Travel  Blogalthiest holidaymakers dropping in for a Alfa Travel  Blogekend at one of the many luxury resort or villa on the many white sand beaches of Koh Samui. From the hustle and bustle of ChaAlfa Travel  Blogng Beach to the lively yet relaxed atmosphere of Lamai Beach to the timeless feel of Bophut’s Fisherman’s Village to the tropical beach paradise of Maenam, Koh Samui is unique among Thailand’s islands in maintaining a broad appeal for everyone. This helps to give the distinctive relaxed atmosphere that sets it apart. On arrival transfer to hotel. Overnight stay at Koh Samui.

Day 05                                    At Koh Samui
After Breakfast Take a snorkelling day tour of Koh Tao & Nang Yuan  – Tour Duration: 8h. Night Koh Samui.

Day 06                                    At Koh Samui
Day is free to unwind / independent activities at Koh Samui.

Day 07                                   Koh Samui – Bangkok
Today transfer to Koh Samui Airportfor Flight to Bangkok. Take a Flight from Bangkok for your Onward journey. Tour Concludes ! 


Friday, 24 June 2016

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Monday, 20 June 2016

The Holy City of Lord Bhagwan Shankar Mahakal, Ujjain

INTRODUCTION 
The Holy City of Lord  Bhagwan Shankar Mahakal, The Holy City of Lord  Bhagwan Shankar Mahakal, Ujjain The Holy City of Lord Bhagwan Shankar Mahakal Ujjain 

Introduction

The Holy City of Lord  Mahakal, Ujjain, is known by several names in Vedas and Puranas. The word ‘Avanti’ has repeatedly surfaced in the verses of Vedas. Another name Ujjayini has emerged in the sutra  “Striyamwanti Kurubhyashcha” of great scholar Panini. The Holy City of Lord  Bhagwan Shankar Mahakal, Ujjain was named after King Kartavirya Arjun’s son Avanti which was later called as 
Avantika, Avantipuri, Avanti Nagri or Avantikapuri. The Holy City of Lord  Bhagwan Shankar Mahakal, Ujjain was even called as Vishala due to its large area and Padmavati due to its grand places and prosperity.

In ancient times, The Holy City of Lord  Bhagwan Shankar mahakal, Ujjain had several names including Padmavati, Swarnashringa, Kushashthali, Avantika, Amravati and Churamani. It was also called ’Kanakshringa’ due to the golden designs on its structures. It was named as ‘Kumudvati’ because flowers were found in abundance here. 

The Holy City of Lord  Bhagwan Shankar Mahakal, Ujjain was called as ‘Pratikalpa’ as it was ruined and settled frequently.

According to the Brahmapuran, Ujjayini was described as one of the most significant city of the world. Equipped with all kinds of joys, it was called as ‘Bhogavati’ while The 
Holy City of Lord  Bhagwan Shankar Mahakal, Ujjain was also known as ‘Hiranyavati’ due to the prosperity.

The Holy City of Lord  Bhagwan Shankar Mahakal, Ujjain was called as ‘Vikrampuri’ as it was the capital of king 
Vikramaditya, the founder of Vikram Samvat calendar while it was named Mahakalpuri or Shivpuri as world’s famous Mahakaleshwar Jyotirlinga is situated here. The Holy City 
of Lord  Bhagwan Shankar Mahakal, Ujjain has been named as Avanti in the epics like Vedas, Valmiki Ramayan and Mahabharat.
 The most popular name ‘Ujjayini’ is still in 
use with a slight modification as Ujjain.  The Holy City of Lord  Bhagwan Shankar Mahakal, Ujjain was prosperous due to its richness of gardens. In ‘Prakrit’ 
language, garden is called ‘Ujjain’ and thus The Holy City of Lord  Bhagwan Shankar Mahakal, Ujjain was titled Ujjayini which was later named as Ujjain.

Archaeological Landscape

Another source that confirms the ancient character of The Holy City of Lord  Bhagwan Shankar Mahakal, Ujjain is the coinage. During excavations carried out near the 
Bhartrihari Caves, a kunda yielded coins dating to the pre-Mauryan period. Punch-marked and cast coins are found here dating from the 3rd century BC to the 1st century AD. 




Other Religious Places in Ujjain

    The central island of Rudrasagar
    Vikrant Bhairav
    Navagraha Temple of Saturn
    Shri Gaby Hanuman Temple
    Shri Ram Temple
    Shri Yogmaya Temple
    Maharajwada
    Shri Anant Narayan Temple
    Ranjeet Hanuman Temple
    Satyanarayan Temple
    Jagdish Temple
    Shrinathji Temple
    Parshuram Temple
    Chardham Temple
    Tower Square
    84 Mahadev Temple
    Bohra the Rosa
    Mukteshwar Mahadev
    Bijasen Mata Temple
    Yogeshwari temple
    Pashupatinath Temple
    Chausath Yogini Mata
    Museum
    Planetarium
    Kothi Palace
    Padampura Jain Temple
    Laxmi Narayan Temple
    Tapobhumi
    Shri Nav Durga Temple
    Shri Tirupati Dham Temple
    Vaishya Tekri
    Baba Ramdev Temple

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Tuesday, 14 June 2016

Shripad Holidays Nanakheda UJJAIN

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Ujjain Introduction

The city of lord Mahakal, Ujjain, is known by several names in Vedas and Puranas. The word ‘Avanti’ has repeatedly surfaced in the verses of Vedas. Another name Ujjayini has emerged in the sutra  “Striyamwanti Kurubhyashcha” of great scholar Panini. The city was named after King Kartavirya Arjun’s son Avanti which was later called as Avantika, Avantipuri, Avanti Nagri or Avantikapuri. The city was even called as Vishala due to its large area and Padmavati due to its grand places and prosperity.

In ancient times, the city had several names including Padmavati, Swarnashringa, Kushashthali, Avantika, Amravati and Churamani. It was also called ’Kanakshringa’ due to the golden designs on its structures. It was named as ‘Kumudvati’ because flowers were found in abundance here. The city was called as ‘Pratikalpa’ as it was ruined and settled frequently.

According to the Brahmapuran, Ujjayini was described as one of the most significant city of the world. Equipped with all kinds of joys, it was called as ‘Bhogavati’ while the city was also known as ‘Hiranyavati’ due to the prosperity.

The city was called as ‘Vikrampuri’ as it was the capital of king Vikramaditya, the founder of Vikram Samvat calendar while it was named Mahakalpuri or Shivpuri as world’s famous Mahakaleshwar Jyotirlinga is situated here. The city has been named as Avanti in the epics like Vedas, Valmiki Ramayan and Mahabharat. The most popular name ‘Ujjayini’ is still in use with a slight modification as Ujjain.

The city was prosperous due to its richness of gardens. In ‘Prakrit’ language, garden is called ‘Ujjain’ and thus the city was titled Ujjayini which was later named as Ujjain.
Archaeological Landscape

Another source that confirms the ancient character of Ujjain is the coinage. During excavations carried out near the Bhartrihari Caves, a kunda yielded coins dating to the pre-Mauryan period. Punch-marked and cast coins are found here dating from the 3rd century BC to the 1st century AD. Squared copper Mughal coins were struck in the city up to the time of Shahjahan. In fact, right from the time of Akbar, Ujjain was one of the four places with a mint to strike silver coinage for the Mughal empire. In the excavations in and around Ujjain, clay medals and seals have also been found dating from the second century BC. Inscriptions are yet another source that confirms the ancient character of Ujjayani. A seal of terracotta bearing inscriptions “Nagabhudisa Pavajitasa” and “Asadevasa” in Brahmi characters of 1st century AD turned up during excavations at Ujjain. The Nasik Cave inscription of Vasisthiputra Pulumayi identifies Avanti as Akaravanti with its capital as Ujjayani whereas the Junagarh inscription of Rudradaman-I refers to two Akaravantis, namely, Purva (eastern) with capital at Ujjayani and Apara (western) with its capital at Mahismati (Maheshwar). The first separate rock edict of Asoka refers to Ujjayani from where the Mahamatras were sent by the royal prince (kumara). Inscriptions of Bhoja, Udaditya, Naravarman, Devapaldeo and Vijayasinghadeva have been discovered at Ujjain and testify the rule of the Parmaras at Ujjain.

The ancient city of Ujjaiyini is said to have existed about 6 kilometers to the north of today’s Ujjain. Garhkalika, as it is known today, was perhaps destroyed by earthquakes and the frequent floods in the Kshipra river. The ancient mounds in this area still yield early artefacts and remains. The excavations have exposed the mud fortifications of a citadel, datable from Circa 700 – 500 BC. To save the city from destruction by floods in the Kshipra, the inhabitants of this period erected a massive wall of compact whitish clay near the ramparts of the citadel. In the pre-independence era, Ujjain witnessed the scenes of socio-cultural rejuvenation, industrial and commercial growth on modern pattern and the struggle for the freedom. In 1948, the Shinde regime came to an end as the Gwalior state merged into the newly formed Madhya Bharat. Presently, Ujjain is a Commissionaire and district headquarters in the state of Madhya Pradesh.
Historical Landscape

    Religious Landscape

    Ujjain has accommodated many Shaivite sects like Pasupata, Kapalika, Kalamukha, Bhairava and Natha. The famous Shaiva vedantist Adi Shankaracharya and the profounder of the Natha sect, Gorakhanatha also visited Ujjain. King Bhartrihari is known to have adopted the Natha cult as a disciple of Gorakhanatha and he practised asceticism staying away from worldly affairs. During the medieval period, famous yogis like Jadarupa hailed from Ujjain. Temples and Mathas of these sects were constructed in large numbers, particularly during the Parmara period. Later in the 16th century AD, Saint Vallabhacharya of the Vaishnava Sandipani Ashram Parisar established the 73rd of the 84 baithaks of the Vallabh Sampradaya  who delivered his sermon under a peepal tree nearby. The Bohras migrated to Ujjain during late Mughal period as traders from Gujarat brought along their unique customs. The Roza at Ujjain is highly revered place of the Bohras and a yearly congregation is held here which is attended by people from across the world.

    Landscape of Myths and Mythologies

    “Mahakal-van” is the favourite shamshana (cremation ground) of Shri Mahakal. It is this shamshana from where Vikram carries Betal, to lose him every time he is forced to answer the questions posed by Betal. The narrative traditions (both oral and visual) that India is so proud of can be seen here at Ujjain in its myths and mythologies. The wisdom of King Vikramaditya, the poetry of Kalidasa and the celestial calculations of Varahamihira are kept alive in the landscape of myths and mythologies.
    Location and Regional Settings
    Ujjain is situated on a unique geographical location from where tropic of cancer passes. It is the ‘Greenwich Mean Time’ of India for Panchang. The tilting of earth at angle of 23½ ◦on its axis and geographical line of tropic of cancer has special cosmic influence making it fit for absolute time location. Situated on the bank of river Kshipra, the only river that travels straight from South to North, Ujjain reflects distinct character of socio-religious cultural. One to whom the God of creation, out of fear of this world, bows; One who stays happily in the hearts of the mahatmas who are calm, meditative and who have a tranquil soul; One who wears the art of the moon, skin of snake and marked skulls.

Distance of  Ujjain from Major Cities

    Indore – 58 kms
    Bhopal – 184 kms
    Ahmedabad - 400 kms
    Mumbai – 650 kms
    Delhi – 770 kms


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Saturday, 4 June 2016

Car Taxi Rates for MP

New Revised Car Taxi Rates for Min 250 km Average per day.




Vehicle Name          Rates

Indica Vista       9.00 Rs/km
Indigo cs            09.00 Rs/ km
Swift Dzire           10.00 Rs/Km
Toyota Etios          12.00 Rs/Km
Tavera             12.00 Rs/ km
Innova             14.00 Rs/km



New Revised Car Taxi Rates for Min 250 km Average per day.


Vehicle Name         Capacity Rates

Indica Vista     4+1 9.00 Rs/km
Indigo cs           4+1 09.00 Rs/ km
Swift Dzire         4+1 10.00 Rs/Km
Toyota Etios         4+1 12.00 Rs/Km
Tavera           7+1 12.00 Rs/ km
Innova           6+1 14.00 Rs/km

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