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Pune to Tuljapur cab Journey Details
Distance from Pune to Tuljapur is 300 Kms. Time required to travel from Pune to Tuljapur is 6 Hrs.
Main railway station to Tuljapur is Osmanabad at 25 Kms. Main Bus Station/Bus depot to Tuljapur is Osmanabad at 25 Kms.
Daily puja rituals
Chaughada (holy drumming ritual at morning)=
At 5 a.m., the morning before the Puja starts, the large drums in the drum house (Nagarkhana) of Tuljabhavani temple are played loudly. The drums play the part of call to prayers (puja) for the devotees. The drums are played (Chaughada) three times during the day.
Charantirtha (sacred water ritual of goddess feet and mouth)
The puja performed is at 5:30 a.m. This puja is performed by the hands of the Mahant. This position is held at present by Tukoji Bua. At the time of Charantirtha puja, the representative of Karvir (Kolhapur) princely state is present. The Mahanta washes the goddess’ mouth and feet with hot water, fragrant oil, dudhkhir (milk), pan. Devotees sing the Arti (holy songs). After this Nevaidya (holy meal) of Bhaji-Bhakri is offered to the goddess. A descendant representative of the devotee, Uparkar offers this Nevaidya. Later the Nevaidya of Kheer by the representative of the former princely state of Karvir is offered.
Abhishek (holy bath ritual to goddess) Puja (prayer)
At 9 o’clock in the morning the goddess has a bath of Panchamrut and curd. Honey, banana and sugar is rubbed to the goddess’ mouth. The Gomukh (holy pond of the goddess) water is used for the goddess’ bath. During this puja some people bathe the holy throne of goddess by curd, mango juice, and shreekhand. After the bath, Mahanevaidya (big holy meal) by the Karvir (Kolhapur) princely state is offered to the goddess.
At noon, the clergy and devotees praise the goddess by singing holy songs and lighting Incense (dhup) and karpur (camphor).
Abhishek (holy bath ritual to goddess)
At 6:00 PM, the goddess is bathed by Panchamruta and water from Gomukha and puja is performed. The arrangement of these materials is done by the Karvir (Kolhapur) princely state.
Shejarti (nightly sleep songs ritual) and Prakkshal
At night the Prakkshal ritual is performed using the holy water from the Gomukha and the Nevaidya of Tup (Ghee) and cooked Rice (Bhat) is offered.
During every Aarti, ritual musical instruments such as tal, dimdi and zanj are played. Gondhali play the Sambal instrument as Chaughada are played.
Information of Tuljapur
Tuljapur is a town with a municipal council in Osmanabad district in the Indian state of Maharashtra. It is the administrative seat of Tuljapur taluka.Tuljapur is the location of the annual Tulja Bhavani fair during Navaratri (September–October). The town is home to the Tulja Bhavani Temple.
The well-known temple, Tulja Bhavani Temple, is dedicated to the Hindu goddess Bhavani. The town has received much notice during past centuries, since the temple has always enjoyed a special association with the Bhonsale clan to which Chhatrapati Shivaji belonged. Goddess Bhavani was the family deity of the Bhonsale clan. As the Goddess Bhavani is the deity of many people from Maharashtra, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh, they come walking in during the Dasera Festival to worship the Goddess Bhavani. On every year after Navaratri on kojagiri pournimas occasion many deity covers distance of 45 km from Solapur by walking. The temple-town of Pandharapura, the Dharashiv caves, and the fort of Naldurg all lie within easy reach.
Places to Visit in Tuljapur
The places to visit or picnic spots of Tuljapur are Tulja Bhavani Temple, Pandharpur, the Dharashiv caves, the fort of Naldurg, Kallol Teerth, Gomukh Teerth, Siddhi Vinayak Temple, Home Kund, Shri Bhavani Shankar Temple, Chintamani, Matangi Devi Temple.
The most happening places in Tuljapur are local market near temple.
The languages that are majorly used in the city are Marathi, Hindi, English.
Hotels in City
The finest eating place or hotel of interest in the city of Tuljapur are Shivneri Hotel, Pawan Durga Lodge , Hotel Son of Sun etc.