India – the land of gods and
diverse religions where lies the serenity of its heritage. A
country, where its historical monuments and beautiful temples
portrays its architectural legacy. India as a confluence of
different religions has always attracted pilgrims from all over
the world. India is home to many religions like Hinduism,
Christianity, Sikhism, Buddhism, Jainism, and Islam and all of
them have their important places of worship.
India, often called the 'Dev Bhumi'
or the abode of the gods, every inch of this land is heavily
steeped in mythology and every glade has its own legend. India
is covered with holy sites associated with the exploits of the
gods, the waters of sacred rivers or the presence of holy men. Millions of people
have been traversing its length and breadth to reach these
centers of worship. In this land of diversity, the journey to
these holy places has been the main form of interaction between
people from different parts of the country. Carrying on this
long tradition, pilgrimage tours in the country today has
attained unprecedented levels.
The pilgrimage tours in India that we offer are aimed at giving
you enough religious exposure of mysterious land by visiting its
exotic temples, shrines and monasteries in and across the
Glimpse of few suggestive
Pilgrimage Tours in India:
Amarnath is considered
to be one of the major Hindu Dhams. The holy cave is
located at a height of 3,888mts and is the abode of
the holy trinity, Lord Shiva. The guardian of the
absolute, Lord Shiva, the destroyer, is enshrined in
the form of an ice-lingam in this cave located at
farther end of the Lidder Valley. This lingam is
formed naturally of an ice stalagmite which wakes up
and wanes with the moon.
Season: The Amarnath Yatra is
organized every year
during the month of shravan (July and August); the
dates however, vary every year looking at the
weather conditions and according to Purnima (Raksha
Our services start with your arrival at Srinagar airport. Meet & greet and transfer by Car to Sonmarg. Arrive Sonmarg & check in your booked Hotel / Swiss Camps. Rest of the day at leisure. Dinner & Overnight stay at Sonmarg.
Day 2: SONMARG – BALTAL – AMARNATH JI – BALTAL – SRINAGAR
After early breakfast short drive of 15 Kms will take you to Baltal (Helipad) board into the Helicopter and short ride to Amarnath Ji. Day for Amarnath ji Darshan and board again into the Helicopter and reach Baltal. Return back to Srinagar.Dinner & Overnight at Houseboat/Hotel.
Day 3: DEPARTURE DAY
After breakfast time is free till departure. Check out from the houseboat / hotel. Transfer you to the airport to connect your flight to your onward journey.
Cost includes :
Srinagar airport – Sonmarg – Balthal – Srinagar transfers by Exclusive Non A/C Car.
Skanda - also known as
Murugan, Kartikeya, Subramanya is one of the most
revered deities in the southern state of Tamilnadu.
All these temples are located in South India - in
the state of Tamil Nadu. Though there are thousands
of temples for the Hindu god Lord Muruga - around
the globe, these six specific temples enjoy
unparallel sanctity and popularity among the
devotees of Muruga or Balasubramanya - and deserve a
very special mention. These six temples that
constitute the Arupadai veedu group of shrines are
Thiruparamkunram Subramanya Swami Temple,
Tiruchendur Sendhil Andavar Temple, Swamimalai
Swaminatha Swami Temple, Palani Dandayudhapani Swamy
Temple, Tiruthani Subramanya Swamy Temple and
Palamudhircholai Subramanya Swamy Temple.
The holy river Ganges
and her tributaries flow past the Four Dams that are
located in the state of Uttaranchal in North India.
It is believed that Goddess Ganga descended upon the
Earth in the form of a River to help the suffering
humanity. It was split into four channels that
include Alakananda (in Badrinath), Mandakini (in
Kedarnath), Bhagirathi (in Gangotri) and Yamuna (in
Yamunotri). Each of the Four Dams is blessed with
spellbinding scenic beauty and countless ancient
temples. Every year, countless tourists from across
the world, visit here in search of peace and
These temples represent
the influence of cosmic and planetary forces and
showcase the divine power of the nine planets.
Guru Temple/ Jupiter
Chandiran Temple / Moon
Thirunageswaram: Raagu Temple / Raagu
Suryanar Koil: Suriyan
Temple / Sun
Temple / Venus
Koil: Shevvai Temple / Mars
Temple / Mercury
Perumpalam: Kedhu / Kedhu
Temple / Saturn
Day 01 : Chennai - Kumbakonam
Depart from Chennai by
car to Kumbakonam. On arrival, Check-in Hotel in
Kumbakonam. Visit to Thingaloor temple (moon
temple). Perform the poojas. Then visit to Alangudi
(Jupiter temple) . Evening visit darasuram &
swamimalai temple (one of the seven abodes of lord
muruga). Back to Hotel. Overnight stay in Hotel.
Day 02 : Kumbakonam
Early morning visit to
Suriyanar Temple (sun Temple), Kanjanoor (Venus
temple) followed by Tirunageswaram (Rahu temple).
Please ensure that the pooja is performed during
Rahu kalam. Afternoon visit to Vaitheeswaran Koil
(Mars temple) Overnight stay at Hotel.
Day 03 : Kumbakonam - Chennai
Early morning visit to
Thirunallar (Saturn temple), Thiruvenkadu (Mercury
temple) and Keelperumpallam (Ketu temple). Perform
poojas. Depart from Kumbakonam and arrive Chennai
late in the evening.
Cost includes :
All transfers and
Temple visits by Air conditioned Indica /
A south Indian holy
place famous as the residence of world famous Sri
Satya Sai Baba and a center of his activities. Sri Sathya Sai Baba, the most colourful and
prophet, modern India has produced, is believed to
be the very avatar (incarnation) of love and the
voice of one’s own innermost heart speaking to each
individual externally. The teachings of the Baba are
based on the famous ‘five props’ of Sathya (truth),
Dharma (righteousness) Santhi (peace), Prema
(universal love) and Ahimsa (non violence).
Prasanthi Nilayam, over the years, has attracted
people from all over then world. The Ashram has a
code of conduct which every visitor should follow.
The 23rd of November is celebrated with great joy
and enthusiasm by the devotees of Baba at the
Prasanthi Nilayam. Over a million people gather here
on the occasion of the Baba’s birthday. Bhagavan Sri
Sathya Sai Baba is proclaimed as the tenth and final
Avatara-incarnation of Lord Narayana, as prophesied
in the ancient Indian scripture Vishnu Purana.
Shiridi is a small
village in Kopargam taluk, in Ahmadnagar district of
the Maharastra State. Shirdi is a very sacred,
powerful and important place of pilgrimage in
India. Shirdi is about 285-km and 6 hours drive from Mumbai
(Bombay), was established in 1922 to carry out the
noble service of the saint Shri Sai Baba. The saga
of Shri Sathya Sai Baba of Shirdi started in the
middle of the last century when, as a boy about 16
years of age, he first appeared here under a neem
tree absorbed in a hard penance. He devoted 60 years
of life to the enlistment of the poor and suffering.
The saint was believed to be an incarnation of lord
Shiva and his teachings transcended all religions
and beliefs. A pilgrimage for his followers, Shirdi
provides various facilities for the devotees. Even
today the last few surviving elders of the village
vividly recall the miraculous wonders of the sage.
He died in 1918 leaving behind grieving villagers.
Khandoba Mandir, Samadhi of Shree Sai Baba,
Dwarkamai mosque, Mhasoba temple all these places
are within a periphery of 1km & can be covered on
1 Night / 2 Days
Day 01 : Depart Chennai to Pune early in the morning. On arrival at Pune meet and transfer Ranjangoan for Mahaganapathy Darshan(Enroute Breakfast,lunch at Restaurant). On arrival at Shirdi check in hotel. Evening go for Baba Darshan.Dinner and over night stay at Shirdi.
Day 02 : Early morning Shri Sai Baba Dharshan. Breakfast check out hotel and proceed for Bhimashankar Darshan (Jyothirlingam) then proceed to Pune airport (Enroute Lunch & Dinner) to travel to Chennai.Arrive Chennai late in the night.(Drop at Residence within city limits) Tour Cost Rs 11,500 / Person
Tirupati is famed for
the shrine on the Seven Hills of Tirumala
to Lord Venkateswara. The town of Tirupati is one of
the most ancient and sacred pilgrimage spots in
India. The hill near the temple is called ‘Tirumala’
or the “sacred hill.” The temple is said to be the
busiest in the world and the Brahmotsavam is
undoubtedly celebrated for its oriental pomp and
pageantry in September every year.
Day 01 : Chennai - Tirupathi
On arrival at Chennai, meet and transfer to
Tirupathi. Check in hotel Temple Valley Resort.
Overnight stay at Tirupathi.
Day 02 : Tirupathi
Morning proceed for Balaji Darshan and back to
hotel. Evening visit the Kalahasti and Trichanoor
Temple, Overnight stay at Tirupathi.
Day 03 : Tirupathi - Chennai
Breakfast, check out hotel and drive to Chennai
Cost includes :
All transfers and
Sight seeing by Air conditioned car
hotels on Twin sharing basis with breakfast
fuel charges, Parking, toll, Interstate tax,
night halt etc
Great Himalayas have
been the abode of gods and here once walked gods and
sages. Among these shrines
dedicated to various gods and goddesses scattered
all over the Himalayan and sub-Himalayan belt, Mata Vaishno Devi shrine near Katra
in Jammu, is the most
popular and those who have visited there in faith
speak of the returns on their labor, proof and
manifestation of the all seeing power that meets out
justice to the wanting and the fair. The Goddess is
a personification of the all-pervading power (Maa
Shakti) of the all-powerful Lord. In the cave there
are images of three deities viz. the Mahakali,
Mahalakshmi and Mahasaraswati. The Goddess is one
but the names are many. She is the 'Aditi'- mother
of gods; she is 'Lakshmi', goddess of fortune; 'Saraswati',
goddess of wisdom, 'Maha Kali', destroyer of the
evil, 'Prithvi, goddess of earth; 'Shailaputri',
daughter of the Himalayas; 'Annapoorna', goddess of
food; and 'Siddhidattatri', giver of Siddhi, success
or perfection. She is tile supreme knowledge,
greatest good fortune and supreme bliss.
Location: The holy
cave shrine of Vaishno Devi is nestled in a
beautiful recess of the Trikuta Mountains
forming a part of the lower Himalayas. It is
located 61 km north of Jammu at a height of
5,200 feet above the sea level.
Season: The shrine
is visited all through the year, but the path is
difficult during the winters when the route is
often blocked by snow-fall.
Route: Jammu - Katra 48kms (by road) - Vaishno Devi 14kms (on
The holy city of
Varanasi is situated on the banks of Ganga. Its name
has been derived
from the two steams flowing through
it namely, Varuna and Assi. Pilgrims to the holy
land, follow the age-old tradition of bathing and
performing puja at the ghats(A ghat is a series of
well-paved steps that lead to the water). For
centuries, the Hindus considered it very auspicious
to bathe at the ghats of Varanasi. Everyday at dawn
thousands of pilgrims can be seen offering
salutations to the Sun God in waist-deep water,
secure in their conviction that the muddy waters of
the Ganges will wash away all the accumulated sins
of their life. The oil lamps (diyas) and flowers set
afloat on the river at dusk make a fascinating
The best way to catch the essence of Varanasi is to
travel down the Ganges by boat at six o’clock in the
morning. Boats can be hired by the hour from the
steps of the Dasawamedha Ghat. The steady creek
of ancient oars, the slap of wet garments, incessant
chatter of the bathers amid a tinkling of scattered
temple bells, watching Varanasi from the environs of
a gently swaying boat is truly an experience worth
Although Varanasi is famous as a Hindu pilgrimage
center, one cannot ignore its distinct Muslim
heritage. The powerful Sultans of Delhi and later
the emperors of the Mughal dynasty were instrumental
in constructing several mosques, and this
predominantly Hindu city gradually attained a degree
of cosmopolitanism. Aurangzeb, the last of the
mighty Mughals, hastened this process of evolution
and the mosques that he built still stand today. The
great mosque of Varanasi, Gyanvyapi Masjid, has
minarets towering 71 m above the Ganges and is an
integral part of the city's skyline.