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Spiritual Tour (Jyotirlinga, Kamasutra Temple & Holy River Ghats)

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Product Code : AGORA330

Embark on a captivating Spiritual Tour exploring the rich spiritual heritage of India, encompassing sacred Jyotirlinga temples, UNESCO-listed sites, and the holy river ghats. Begin your journey in Delhi, where Mughal and modern architecture blend seamlessly. Discover ancient temples and historic landmarks in Indore, Bhopal, and Ujjain, each offering unique insights into India's religious diversity. Marvel at the intricately carved temples of Khajuraho, delve into the spiritual essence of Varanasi, and explore Bodhgaya, the place of Buddha's enlightenment. Witness the confluence of rivers in Prayagraj, visit the ancient ruins of Nalanda, and seek blessings at revered shrines like Baidyanath Jyotirlinga. Concluding in Delhi, this spiritual odyssey promises a blend of history, culture, and profound spiritual experiences.


Day 1: Welcome to Delhi

Upon your arrival in Delhi, our representative will warmly greet you and assist with your transfer to the hotel. After settling in, enjoy a traditional Indian breakfast. Begin your exploration with a visit to the iconic Red Fort, a UNESCO World Heritage site representing India's Mughal heritage. Explore its sprawling complex, gardens, and intricate architecture. Proceed to Jama Masjid, India's largest mosque, and climb its minarets for panoramic views of Old Delhi. Meander through the vibrant lanes of Chandni Chowk, experiencing the local culture, bustling markets, and tasting local street food. In New Delhi, marvel at India Gate, a war memorial, and stroll through Humayun's Tomb, a precursor to the Taj Mahal, set in a serene garden. Conclude your day with a serene visit to the Lotus Temple, an architectural marvel representing the Bahá'í faith. Overnight in Delhi.


Day 2: Delhi to Indore - Sacred Pilgrimage

After breakfast, catch a flight to Indore. On arrival, visit Omkareshwar, situated on an island in the Narmada River. Explore the temple complex, admire its intricate carvings, and soak in the spiritual ambiance. Walk along the riverbank, watching devotees perform rituals and ceremonies. In the evening, explore the local markets of Indore, known for handicrafts, jewelry, and local delicacies like poha and jalebi. Overnight in Indore.


Day 3: Indore to Bhopal - Journey of Faith (250kms)

Embark on a scenic drive to Bhopal. En route, stop at Ujjain to visit the Mahakaleshwar Temple. Marvel at its unique lingam structure, witness the mesmerizing evening aarti, and feel the divine atmosphere. Continue your journey to Bhopal and visit the Taj-ul-Masajid, one of Asia's largest mosques. Admire its pink facade, grand courtyard, and intricate interiors. Explore the Birla Museum, showcasing a vast collection of sculptures, artifacts, and tribal art. Overnight in Bhopal.


Day 4: Bhopal - Nature and History

Begin your day with a visit to Bhoj Wetland to observe its diverse avian life. Take a leisurely boat ride, spotting various bird species and enjoying the serene surroundings. Proceed to Bhimbetka, a UNESCO World Heritage site known for its prehistoric rock shelters and cave paintings dating back to the Stone Age. Explore the Bhojpur Temple, an unfinished temple with a colossal lingam and intricate carvings. In the evening, stroll around Upper Lake, one of the largest artificial lakes in Asia, and enjoy the serene views. Overnight in Bhopal.


Day 5: Bhopal to Khajuraho - UNESCO Treasures (376kms)

Drive to Khajuraho, renowned for its UNESCO-listed temples depicting various aspects of life and spirituality through intricate sculptures. En route, visit Sanchi Stupa, a symbol of Buddhism. Explore its expansive complex, marvel at the intricately carved toranas (gateways), and soak in the peaceful ambiance. Continue to the rock-cut caves of Udayagiri, showcasing Hindu and Jain artistry with elaborate sculptures and inscriptions. Upon arrival in Khajuraho, attend a traditional dance performance showcasing the region's rich cultural heritage. Overnight in Khajuraho.


Day 6: Khajuraho to Prayagraj - Temples and Confluence (300kms)

After exploring Khajuraho's temples, drive to Prayagraj, formerly known as Allahabad. Visit Anand Bhawan, the ancestral home of the Nehru-Gandhi family, and explore the historic Allahabad Fort. Admire its massive walls, grand entrances, and the Patalpuri Temple within its complex. Later, witness the unique Triveni Sangam where the three rivers meet. Take a boat ride to the confluence and perform rituals, experiencing the spiritual energy of the place. Overnight in Prayagraj.


Day 7: Prayagraj to Varanasi - Sacred Waters (120kms)

Start with a visit to the Allahabad Museum to learn about the region's rich history, art, and culture through its extensive collection of artifacts, sculptures, and manuscripts. Proceed to Varanasi and check into your hotel. In the evening, experience the mesmerizing Ganga Aarti at Dashashwamedh Ghat. Watch priests perform rituals, light lamps, and chant hymns, creating a mystical atmosphere by the riverbank. Overnight in Varanasi.


Day 8: Varanasi - Spiritual Exploration

Begin with a boat ride on the Ganges during sunrise. Witness the mesmerizing play of light and shadows on the water, as devotees perform morning rituals and ceremonies along the ghats. Explore Varanasi's ancient alleys, visit the Kashi Vishwanath Temple, dedicated to Lord Shiva, and delve into the history of Sarnath, an important Buddhist pilgrimage site where Lord Buddha gave his first sermon. Later, explore the Banaras Hindu University (BHU), one of India's premier educational institutions, with its sprawling campus, art gallery, and the Bharat Kala Bhavan museum. Overnight in Varanasi.


Day 9: Varanasi to Bodhgaya - Buddhist Pilgrimage (250kms)

Drive to Bodhgaya, a UNESCO World Heritage site and the place of Buddha's enlightenment. Visit the Mahabodhi Temple, the Bodhi Tree, and various monasteries representing different Buddhist traditions. Explore local markets offering Buddhist artifacts, handicrafts, and Tibetan handicrafts. Visit the Great Buddha Statue, a 25-meter tall statue symbolizing peace and enlightenment. In the evening, participate in meditation sessions or attend prayers at the monasteries, soaking in the tranquil ambiance. Overnight in Bodhgaya.


Day 10: Bodhgaya to Deoghar - Sacred Shrines (235kms)

Journey to Deoghar, known for the Baidyanath Jyotirlinga temple. Visit the Tapovan, an ancient forest believed to have been frequented by sages and saints. Explore the Naulakha Temple, an architectural marvel adorned with intricate carvings, and the Nandan Pahar Park offering panoramic views of the surrounding landscape. Explore the Trikuta Hill and its temples, dedicated to various Hindu deities, including Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. In the evening, visit local markets to buy souvenirs, handicrafts, and local sweets. Overnight in Deoghar.


Day 11: Deoghar to Patna or Delhi - Historical Detour (265kms)

Drive to Patna via Rajgir and Nalanda. Explore the Rajgir Fort, offering panoramic views of the valley, and the ancient Gridhakuta Hill, believed to have been visited by Lord Buddha. Visit the Vishwa Shanti Stupa or World Peace Pagoda, a symbol of peace and harmony, and enjoy its serene surroundings. Continue to Nalanda and explore the ruins of the ancient Nalanda University, a renowned center of learning in ancient India. Visit the Archaeological Museum to see artifacts, sculptures, and relics excavated from the site. Depending on your preference, proceed to Patna or Delhi for overnight stay.


Day 12: Farewell Delhi

After breakfast, if you're in Patna, fly back to Delhi. Explore local markets for last-minute shopping or relax at your hotel. Later, you'll be transferred to the international airport for your onward journey, concluding this enriching spiritual odyssey.

- Assistance on arrival at airport.

- 11 Nights' accommodation in selected price category hotels.

- Daily breakfast at hotels.

- Private AC car/van for airport transfers, sightseeing, and excursions as per the program.

- English speaking tour guide on sightseeing days (local guide in each city), as per program.

- Monument entrances and activities charges mentioned in the itinerary.

- Bottled drinking water in car.

- Government taxes.


Hotels used or similar for 11 nights accommodation

Delhi x 2 night
3* - Madhuban Hotel/ Emarald Hotel
4* - The Royal Plaza/ Country Inn & Suite Saket
5* - Le Meridien/ The Claridges

Indore x 1 night
3* - Citrus Hotels/ Hotel Nahargarh Palace
4* - Lemon Tree Hotel/ Pride Hotel
5* - Indore Marriott Hotel/ Sheraton Grand Palace

Bhopal x 2 nights
3* - Lake View Ashok/ The Fern Residency
4* - Noor Us Sabha Palace/ Sayaji Bhopal
5* - Jehan Numa Palace/ Courtyard by Marriott

Khajuraho x 1 night
3* & 4* - Ramada/Clarks Hotel
5* - Radisson Hotel/ Hotel Chandela

Prayagraj x 1 night
3* - Hotel Allahabad Regency/ Hotel Milan Palace
4* & 5* - Hotel Kanha Shyam/ Grand Continental Hotel

Varanasi x 2 nights
3* - Meraden Grand/ Amaya Hotel
4* - Rivatas by Ideal/ Palace On Ganges
5* - Radisson Hotel/ Gateway Hotel Taj

Bodhgaya x 1 night
3* - Hotel Taj Darbar/ Hotel Mahamaya
4* & 5* - The Royal  Residency/ Lotus Nikko Hot

Deoghar x 1 night
3*, 4* & 5* - GenX Rameshwaram By 1589/ Amrapali Clarks Inn

- Delhi - Indore & Patna - Delhi flight fare approx INR 10, 500 per person in economy class.

- Camera charges at monuments if any.

- Meals other than mentioned in the inclusions.

- Expenses of personal nature like liquor, laundry, tips, telephone, fax, internet etc. 

- Gratuities and optional activities.

- Anything not mentioned in inclusions.