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India is a territory of divinity and different religious convictions, where lies the tranquility of its inheritance. India is a nation, where it's past memorials and attractive shrines represent its architectural heritage. India as a convergence of diverse religions has constantly fascinated pilgrims from all over the globe. India is abode to numerous religions like Hinduism, Christianity, Sikhism, Buddhism, Jainism, and Islam and all of them have their significant seats of reverence.
India, frequently called the 'Dev Bhumi' or the dwelling of the gods, each inch of this terra firma is deeply entrenched in legends and every open space has its own fable. India is enclosed with sacred places connected with the tales of the gods, the waters of holy rivers or the existence of consecrated men. Millions of inhabitants have been passing through its length and breadth to get to these centers of devotion. In this terra firma of multiplicity, the trip to these sacred seats has been the chief type of interface among populace from diverse regions of the nation. Carrying on this extensive ritual, pilgrimage tour in the country these days have attained unparalleled levels. The pilgrimage tour in India offered by Lets travel India are designed to give all adequate spiritual introduction of this unexplained land.
All humanity desires cleansing of the body, mind and the spirit. To accomplish the same, the pilgrimage tour of India offered by Lets travel India are designed. The secular character of India and the diversity of religious convictions pursued by the populace of the nation are incredible. The belief echoed in the hymn of 'Om', 'Budhham Sharanam Gachhami' and 'Wahe Guru' all tells us about the oneness of Almighty and focus on the gospel of harmony and be devoted for humanity. Being a nation of the devout, India is scattered with worship places. Thus, Pilgrimage tourism India is extremely popular. Great religions like Hinduism, Buddhism and Sikhism have originated on the Indian soil. The unity in diversity is the keyword for the grand country. The Hindus flock to take a dip in the holy rivers, the Sikhs walk up to a height of 4329 meters through the difficult terrain to reach the Hemkunt Sahib. The cradle of Buddhism, devotees from the world over frequent the holy city of Sarnath.
Haridwar, or the entrance to the abode of God, at the foothills of Shivaliks, is a pilgrim destination for the Hindus. The Aarti held every sunset at the Har-ki-pauri, with countless suspended Dias and flowers is a must for all. The Yatra to the char-Dhams consists of trip to sacred seats of Badrinath, Kedarnath, Gangotri and Yamunotri. The char Dhaam Yatra is a chief pull for Pilgrimage tourism India. Rishikesh, in the laps of the Himalayas happens to be the frequent spot for all the four pilgrim spots in addition being blessed itself. It happens to be a grand site for rafting and trekking as well. The starting places of the two most holy rivers of India Ganga and Yamuna, Gangotri and Yamunotri are among the four places of pilgrimage tour in the Himalayas.
The pilgrim spot of Dev Prayag, located at the confluence of the Alaknanda and the Bhagirathi rivers besides is renowned for the Raghunath Ji temple. Similarly, the town of Uttarkashi is situated on the banks of the river Bhagirathi and its Vishwanath temple, devoted to Lord Shiva, attracts several pilgrims. The holy city of Rudra Prayag located at the confluence of Alaknanda and Mandakini draws several pilgrims to the Rudra Nath, Chamunda Devi and the Koteshwar temples. Further up at Gauri Kund, the visit the famous Gauri temple and bathe in the hot water pond. The pilgrimage tour package is completed with visit to Joshi Math, Badrinath and Govind Ghat.
The Buddhists pilgrimage too have a number of worshipping places in the country that are linked with the origin and instruction seats of Buddha. The sacred town of Varanasi is located on the banks of Ganga. Its name has been resultant of the two steams flowing all the way through it namely, Varuna and Assi. Pilgrims to the sacred land, follow the age-old custom of taking a dip and performing Puja at the Ghats.
The Alamgir Mosque or the Beni Madhav Ka Darera close up to the central town is an illustration of the exquisiteness of combination of the Hindu and Mughal techniques or structural design. Perceptibly, the mosque was previously the Vishnu temple. It shows off of the principal housing institution of higher education is Asia, the Banaras Hindu University. The university grounds have additional attractions like the Vishwanath temple and a museum. Another chief attraction for the pilgrims happens to be the Bharat Mata temple, which is not devoted to any God or Goddess but Mother India.
Lumbini is noteworthy for being the birthplace of Buddha. The town of Sarnath is well-liked among the Buddhist as the place for his initial lecture, which exposed the eight-fold course following His illumination. Lord Buddha had attained illumination beneath the Bodhi tree in Bodh Gaya, which too is a India Buddhists pilgrimage tour. The pilgrimage tour to Vaishali is significant as Buddha delivered His last sermon here and announced His Nirvana. Similarly, there are a number of other spots for pilgrimage tourism India.
For the Sikhs one of the most revered shrines is the Hemkunt Sahib. Pilgrims trek to a height of 4329 meters to pray at the world's Highest Gurudwara. The pilgrimage tour starts at the base camp of Govind Dhaam. Devotes visit the Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji Gurudwara at Manikaran known for the hot water springs with healing properties. The sacred city of Poanta Sahib is visited to regard the tenth guru, Guru Govind Singh. Pilgrimage tour also flock to Anandpur Sahib, the residence and meditation spot for the Gurus.
With faith in the Almighty, the India pilgrimage tour covers the most difficult of terrains with ease. So, are you geared up for the heavenly journey with Lets Travel India?
Char Dham Yatra Tour
The holy river Ganges and her tributaries flow past the Four Dhams that are located in the state of Uttranchal in North India. It is understood that goddess Ganga came down on Earth in the shape of a River to assist the distressed civilization. It was divided into four streams; namely Alaknanda (in Badrinath), Mandakini (in Kedarnath), Bhagirathi (in Gangotri) and Yamuna (in Yamunotri). Each one of the 4 Dhams is sanctified with a magical charm and picturesque splendor and innumerable prehistoric temples. Every year, innumerable tourists from across the world, visit here in hunt of tranquility and serenity. In the crease of the snow-covered reaches of the lofty Garhwal Himalayas in Uttarakhand are located four sacred Hindu shrines.
  • Badrinath
  • Kedarnath
  • Gangotri
  • Yamunotri
The area is called as the terrain of the gods in the prehistoric Puranas. Countless numbers of devotees come to the holy places by laboriously trekking the length of the mountain paths, all for a spiritual union with the divine. Over the centuries, these sites have been described in sanctified scriptures as the very places where devotees could earn the merits of all the pilgrimages put collectively. Subsequently, temples were built at these sanctified sites.
Kedarnath Dhaam…
Devoted to Lord Shiva, the delicately carved Kedarnath temple is said to be more than a 1000 years old. Built of extremely large, heavy and evenly cut gray slabs of stones, it evokes wonder as to how these heavy slabs were handled in the earlier days. The temple has a "Garbh Graham" for worship and a Mandap apt for assemblies of pilgrims and visitors. A conical rock formation inside the temple is worshipped as Lord Shiva in his Sadashiva form.

Amidst the dramatic mountain escapes of the majestic Kedarnath range stands one of the twelve 'Jyotir Lingams' of Kedar or Lord Shiva. Lying at an altitude of 3584 metes on the head of river Mandakini, the shrine of Kedarnath is amongst the holiest pilgrimages for the Hindus. According to legend, Lord Shiva wished to elude the Pandavas, who had come to seek penitence for having killed their kin in the battle of Kurukshetra. He took refuge in Kedarnath in the form of a bull. Bhima, one of the Pandavas brothers, found Shiva amongst a herd of cattle. Having identified the meanest and most arrogant of the herd as Shiva, Bhima is said to have grabbed him by the hindquarters. What remains at the shrine in Kedarnath is the rear end of the bull, with the rest of its body scattered throughout the Garhwal. Shiva dived into the ground leaving behind him a hump on the surface. This conical protrusion is worshipped as the idol. It is the main site of the Paanch Kedars temples.
There are four other Kedars
  • Madhyamaheshwar,
  • Tunga Nath,
  • Kalpeshwar &
  • Rudranath.
Badrinath Dhaam...

Badrinath Dhaam is one of the oldest Hindu places of devotion. On the right bank of the river Alaknanda lies the consecrated shrine suspended at an elevation of 3133 m above sea level, protected on both faces by the two mountain peaks Nar & Narain with the immense Neelkanth peak providing a fabulous setting. Also famous as the Vishal Badri, the principal amongst the five Badris, it is respected by all as the fitting mark of respect to Lord Vishnu. Once the spot was carpeted with 'Badris' or feral berries and therefore was famed as 'Badri Van'.

Devoted to Lord Vishnu, the place of worship is built in the shape of a conduit with a small cupola of a gilt bull & spire. Tales date the place of worship earlier to the Vedic period and the original temple is understood to be built by King Pururava and the icon of the lord engraved by Vishwakarma, the craftsman of the gods. A Hindu reformist Adi Shankaracharya re-enshrined the place of worship back in the 8th century.

Gangotri Dhaam…

Gangotri, the beginning of the consecrated river Ganges, draws tourists in big figures each year. The altercation with the intimidating rivers and efforts to disentangle the mysteries of the paranormal world are omnipresent highlights at this point. Besides the adventure of winning nature, what one experiences here is the spiritual feeling that India is so well-known for.

The charming place of worship in the highlands of Himalayas is the most sanctified place where Ganga, the flow of existence, touched ground for the first time. According to legends, Goddess Ganga, the offspring of heaven, manifested herself in the shape of a river to pardon the offenses of King Bhagirath's ancestors, subsequent to his strict self-punishment of 5500 years. Lord Shiva received her into his entwined curls to reduce the blow of her drop. The river itself commences at Gangotri which factually means Ganga Uttari or Ganga descending.

Yamunotri Dhaam…
The sanctified place of pilgrimage of Yamunotri, starting place of the river Yamuna, is a very significant holy place in the Garhwal Himalayas, suspended on top of an edge of Bandar Poonch Peak (3615 m) and positioned opposite the Gangotri.

Amongst the chief appeals of Yamunotri are warm water springs in close proximity. Devotees cook rice and potatoes to present at the place of worship, by sinking them in these warm water springs, tied in cloths. The march to Yamunotri is stunning, subjugated by a vista of uneven peaks and thick jungle. From Rishikesh, a 213 Kms drive by road takes one to Hanuman Chattri. From here, the left over 13 Km march is covered on foot or on ponies. Palanquins and Porters are also obtainable on rent.

Mata Vaishno Devi Temple
The abode of the Goddess Vaishno Devi is in the Mountains of Tricuta Hills, in the Jammu and Kashmir State of Northern India. The Goddess resides in a beautiful cave in the form of 3 'Pindis' namely, "Maha Kali", "Maha Laxmi" and "Maha Saraswati". The Goddess Durga is said to have killed the demon Bhairon here. Vaishno Devi is 61-km north of Jammu and 14-km from Katra. The cave is at an elevation of 1,700m (5,100ft) and is 30m (93 ft) long and just 1.5m (5ft) high.
Vaishno Devi is a tough four-hour (13-km) ascend from Katra. The most excellent time to come is March to July, as the rest of the time of year can be very chilly. The chief pilgrimage time is March-April and September-October. In 1986, 1.6 million people came here, or 15 to 20 thousand people a day. The cave ideally handles just 8 or 10 thousand people a day, as only 12 or 15 people are let into the cave at a time. On the full moon day in Kartik (October/ November) the line to get into the cave can be 4-km long. It is believed that the arm of Goddess Sati fell at this place.
Amarnath Temple Yatra
One of the sanctified Trinity, Shiva is an existing supernatural being. The most sacrosanct and the most prehistoric manuscript of India, the 'Rig Veda" evokes his attendance in its hymns. Vedic legends, rituals and even astronomy give evidence to his subsistence from the dawn of time. But Shiva, Destroyer, the mendicant, is imperceptible.
Amarnath Caves
The Yatra (pilgrimage) on foot to Amarnath Cave, well thought-out as one of the holiest naturally occurring shrines of the Hindu faith, has sustained annually for little more than a hundred years. Extending up 130 feet, the Amarnath Cave is elevated and shallow.
A Lingam of Ice
Contained by the large opening, at the back an open-gated iron barrier, an underground drip of water emerges 10 feet up from a small crevice in the sedimentary rock and freezes to shape a tall, even funnel of frost.
Destinations Covered Include: Amaranth Yatra, Nava Graham Temples, Tirupati Balaji, Shirdi Saibaba, Vaishno Devi, Chaar Dhaam Yatra and Varanasi
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