Join us on a pilgrimage to Ahobilam – the abode of Nava Narasimha and experience a spiritual adventure.
Ahobilam is a divya narasimha-kshetra. It is a place where Lord Narasimha appeared out of a pillar and saved His devotee Prahlada. This place is also famous as the land of Nava Narasimha due to the nine cave temples of Lord Narasimha situated here. Ahobilam is situated in the Nallamalla forest amidst the lush green valleys, scintillating waterfalls and the meandering curves of the Bhavanashini River. Untouched by the modern development, this is a perfect place for anyone to experience divinity in the lap of nature. Ahobilam is also one among the 108 divya deshams – Srivaishnava temples. Read more about Ahobilam
Ahobilam Yatra is organized from Bengaluru and Chennai.
Yatra dates: August 11 – 12, 2018 (Sat – Sun)
For a group of more than 2 yatris, you can request a private yatra. Contact us at 9844700850
Holy places visited during this yatra:
Nine cave temples of Lord Narasimha
Prahlada Varadan Temple
Travel by: AC Bus / AC Tempo Traveler
Accommodation: Twin sharing AC rooms. Single occupancy room can be availed at an extra cost.
Yatra amount: Rs 6,699.00
Please note that this is the tentative schedule of the Ahobilam Tour. It may be altered later or during the yatra as deemed fit by the Yatra Director.
Fixed Group Departure Dates
Pavana Guest House or similar
AC twin sharing rooms
Travel by AC coach from Bengaluru
Travel by AC luxury tempo traveler from Chennai
Sattvic breakfast, lunch and dinner
2 Mineral water bottles
Road Tax, toll, parking fees, driver allowance
Bed tea / coffee
Doli / palanquin to visit temples (approx. INR 3500 per head)
Jeep to visit Pavana Narasimha temple (approx. INR 600)
Yatra director tips and staff tips
Charges not mentioned in the inclusion list
Tirtha Yatra means sadhu-sanga, hari-katha, vigraha-aradhana, dhama-seva, prasada-sevana, dana-kriya and bhajana. One has to take association of devotees, hear the lilas of Hari, worship the Deity, serve the Lord in the holy place, partake prasadam, give in charity and perform bhajans. The purpose of Tirtha Yatra is to reconnect ourselves with God.