Mangi-Tungi is a prominent twin-pinnacled peak with plateau in between, located near Tahrabad about 125 km from Nasik, Maharashtra, India. Mangi is at a height of 4343 feet in western pinnacle and Tungi is 4366 feet above the sea level in eastern. It enshrines images of Tirthankaras in several postures including Padmasana and kayotsarga. There are numerous caves named after great Tirthankaras such as Mahavira, Rishabhanatha, Shantinatha and Parshvanatha. There are many inscriptions on idols, most of them are not clear due to deterioration with time. Many idol installed in V.S. 651 are here. Many inscriptions on rocks of the Adinatha and Shantinatha caves here are in Sanskrit Language. The tourists find many huge idols in the open also. Krishna Kunda is close to the Tungi peak. It is believed that Lord Krishna was cremated from here. Other caves also house the idols of Lord Rama & his dear & near ones.
Day 1Delhi - Surat
Transfer to Railway Station at your own to board the train at 1700 hrs. Overnight: On board
After breakfast at the hotel proceed to Kachner Jain Temple (50 Kms). Proceed to Paithan (60 Kms).
After visiting Paithan proceed to Shani Singnapur (75 Kms).
Shani Singnapur to Shirdi (75 Kms)
Shirdi to Nasik (90 Kms) Overnight: Nasik
Day 5Nasik - Gajpantha (SidhShetra) - Anjaneri -Surat
After breakfast at the hotel, proceed to visit Gajpantha (25 Kms)
Gajpantha to Anjaneri Ancient Temple (55 Kms)
Leave Anjaneri at around 12 Noon to reach Surat (270 Kms).
Transfer to Railway Station to board train at around 1900 hrs. Overnight: Train