Chaar Devi Darshan
Day 01: Chakki Bank - Dharamshala
This morning you arrive at Chakki bank railway station, proceed by road to Dharamshala the principal township of the Kangra Valley region and is magnificently set to the background of the Dhauladhar mountains, overnight at the hotel.
Day 02: Chamunda – Brajeshwari Temples: Today early in the morning proceed to Chamunda temple for morning Arti. Chamunda ,also known as C hamundi , Chamundeshwari and Charchika , is a fearsome aspect of Devi , the Hindu Divine Mother and one of the seven Matrikas (mother goddesses). She is also one of the chief Yoginis , a group of sixty-four or eighty-one Tantric goddesses, who are attendants of the warrior goddess Durga .  The name is a combination of Chanda and Munda , two monsters whom Chamunda killed. She is closely associated with Kali , another fierce aspect of Devi.  She is sometimes identified with goddesses Parvati , Chandi or Durga as well. The goddess is often portrayed as haunting cremation grounds or fig trees. The goddess is worshipped by ritual animal sacrifices along with offerings of wine and in the ancient times, human sacrifices were offered too. Originally a tribal goddess, Chamunda was assimilated in Hinduism and later entered the Jain pantheon too. Though in Jainism, the rites of her worship include vegetarian offerings, and not the meat and liquor offerings later, later post lunch proceed by road to Brajeshwari Temples in Kangra is one of famous himachal pradesh temples said to have been built over the charred breasts of Sati.The Shree Brajeshwari Devi Mandir is a Hindu temple dedicated to the goddess brajeshwarii, located in the town Nagarkot, in the Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh, India. and is 11 km away from the nearest railway station of Kangra. The Kangra Fort is situated nearby. Its location on a mountain near Chamunda Devi temple The Brajeshwari Devi temple, located in the old Kangra Township, is said to have been built over the charred breasts of Sati. This shrine, once renown for its great wealth, has been plundered relentlessly over the ages. The first of the plunderers was Mahmud of Ghazni, who looted it in 1009. A mosque was built on the ruins and a garrison was left behind. 35 years later, the local king regained its possession. The shrine was repaired and a replica of the idol was enshrined. The temple was filled with gold, silver and diamonds only to be ransacked again in 1360 by Firoz Tughlaq. Later Emperor Akbar visited the shrine with his Dewan, Todar Mal and restored it to its former grandeur. The temple was razed to the ground by an earthquake in 1905, but a new one came up the very same year, thanks to the Kangra Restoration Committee. The primary deity of the temple, brajeshwariidevi, also known as Vajr+íb+íi and Vajrayogini, is considered an incarnation of goddess Parvati or Aadi-Maya on earth. Her name literally means "the lady of the Vajra (thunderbolt)". There are two legends about the goddess' origins, both associated with the Vajra. Overniht in the hotel.
Day 03 : Jwalaji – Chintpunri
Today early in the morning you will proceed to Jwalaji temple. Jwala Ji is a Hindu Goddess . Alternative spelling and names for Jwala Ji include Jvala Ji , Jwala Devi and Jwalamukhi Ji . The physical manifestation of Jwala Ji is always a set of flames burning off natural gas, and the term Jwala means flame and Ji is an honorific used in the Indian subcontinent .
Historically, shrines dedicated to Jwala Ji were based on fissures from which natural gas seeped by itself. The number of flames is usually either seven (for the seven divine sisters) or nine (for the nine Durgas ).  Several schools of Buddhism also share the symbolism of a seven-forked sacred flame, later proceed to Chintpurni is a major pilgrimage center and one of the Shakti Peethas in India . The Chintpurni shakti peeth (Chhinnamastika shakti peeth) is located in Una district Himachal Pradesh state, surrounded by the western Himalaya in the north and east in the smaller Shiwalik (or Shivalik) range bordering the state of Punjab The Chintpurni Shakti Peeth is dedicated to the temple of Chinnamastika Devi or Chinnamasta Devi. Chhinnamasta or Chinnamastika temple is one of the 7 major and 51 total Shakti Peethas . [ Here, Chhinnamasta is interpreted as the severed-headed one as well as the foreheaded-one. overnight in the hotel.
Day 04 : Departure.
Today early breakfast you will proceed for your next destinations.
Cost for the group size for at least 2- 4 would be net INR 14,500 per person only.
Transportation as per the itinerary.
Hotels accommodation on MAPAI basis.
All entry and monuments fees.
Air fare, train fare, personal nature expenses such as telephone calls, laundry services, alcohol, food out of market, tip etc.
Health and insurance.