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Destination Covers: New Delhi | Gorakhpur | Lumbini | Vaishali | Patna | Rajgir | Nalanda | Bodhgaya | Varanasi | New Delhi
A voyage that would take one through Buddhist India, where Buddhism originated more than 2,500 years ago. The sacred journey includes visits to the most important Buddhist pilgrimage sites of Lumbini (where the Buddha was born), Bodhgaya (where he became enlightened), Varanasi (where he first preached), and Kusinagar (where he passed away and achieved nirvana).
Destination Covers: Rishikesh | Hanuman Chatti | Janaki Chatti | Yamunotri | Uttarkashi | Gaurikund | Kedarnath | Gaurikund | Pipalkoti | Badrinath
This journey takes you through to Uttrakhand long called the Devbhumi - Home to some of the most holiest Hindu Shrines and destinations of India. Together, Gangotri and Yamunotri the respective sources of River Ganges and Yamuna fall in the upper reaches of the state and along with Kedarnath (dedicated to lord Shiva) & Badrinath (dedicated to Lord Vishnu) form Char Dhams - most revered Hindu Pilgrimage Destination. For centuries, saints and piligrims from all corners of the globe in their search for real divinity and salvation from sins have visited these mystical destinations.
Destination Covers: New Delhi | Haridwar | Rishikesh | Rudraprayag
This journey takes you through the land of peace and purity. For generations people from all across the globe has been visiting these fascinating destinations (Kedarnath Dedicated to Lord Shiva, The Destroyer and Badrinath Dedicated to Lard Vishnu, The Preserver) in search of spirituality and divinity.
Destination Covers: Kolkata | Gaya | Bodhgaya | Varanasi | Allahabad | Agra | New Delhi | Jammu | Katra | Jammu | New Delhi
It is impossible not to be astonished by India. Nowhere on Earth does humanity present itself in such a dizzying, creative burst of cultures and religions, races and tongues. Every aspect of the country presents itself on a massive, exaggerated scale, worthy in comparison only to the superlative mountains that overshadow it. Perhaps the only thing more difficult than to be indifferent to India would be to describe or understand India completely.
Destination Covers: New Delhi | Haridwar | Rishikesh | Haridwar | New Delhi
Major attractions in Haridwar are Har Ki Pauri, Mansa Devi Temple, Chandi Devi Temple, Daksh Temple, Pawan Dham, Parad Shivling, Pashupatinath Temple, Anandamayi Mayi Ashram, Shantikunj Ashram, Jain Temple, Bilkeshwar Mahadev, bharat mata Mandir, Gurukul Kangri University, Neel Dhara Pakshi Vihar, Kankhal, Bhimgoda Tank, Doodhadhari Barfani Temple. Rishikesh is 25 kms far from Haridwar so you can easily do full day sightseeing tour without wasting much time in driving. Places of sightseeing can be included as per interest of people. Standard sightseeing tour starts at 10 am in morning with visit to Sivananda Ashram, Laskman Jhula, Lakshman Jhula Market, Ram Jhula, Gita Bhawan, Bhootnath Temple & Evening Ganga Aarti at Parmarth Niketan Ashram. Rishikesh is famous for yoga, ashrams and various adventure activities.
Destination Covers: Chennai | Mahabalipuram | Kumarakom | Tadapani | Tanjore | Madurai | Kovalam | Periyar | Kanyakumari
It is impossible not to be astonished by India. Nowhere on Earth does humanity present itself in such a dizzying, creative burst of cultures and religions, races and tongues. Every aspect of the country presents itself on a massive, exaggerated scale, worthy in comparison only to the superlative mountains that overshadow it. Perhaps the only thing more difficult than to be indifferent to India would be to describe or understand India completely. With more than 1 billion citizens, India is the second most populous nation in the world. It is impossible to speak of any one Indian culture, although there are deep cultural continuities that tie its people together. English is the major language of trade and politics, but there are fourteen official languages in all. There are twenty-four languages that are spoken by a million people or more, and countless other dialects. India has seven major religions and many minor ones, six main ethnic groups, and countless holidays. Religion is central to Indian culture, and its practice can be seen in virtually every aspect of life in the country. Hinduism is the dominant faith of India, serving about 80 percent of the population. Ten percent worship Islam, and 5 percent are Sikhs and Christians; the rest are Buddhists, Jains, Bahai, and more